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'It's all about profit': Striking CAMI autoworkers told GM will ramp up Equinox production in Mexico
After more than three weeks on the picket line, workers at the CAMI auto plant in Ingersoll, Ont., learn from their union that General Motors will ramp up production of the popular Equinox at two plants in Mexico.
12 Oct 11:29   2 shows
Trump pushes back as Congress prepares to approve Puerto Rico aid
U.S. President Donald Trump pushes back against federal aid for Puerto Rico as the U.S. House of Representatives prepared to weigh $36.5 billion in emergency relief for the U.S. territory and other hurricane-hit areas, as well as fire-ravaged California.
12 Oct 12:45   3 shows
Murder trial in killing of Kim Jong-un's brother focuses on 2 mysterious men
A Malaysian police officer testifies that the two women on trial in the murder of the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader were seen on airport security videos with two men believed to have provided the VX nerve agent used to kill him.
12 Oct 13:20   3 shows
Rare views of unique Nunavut park come to Google Street View
The massive glaciers, flat-topped mountains and 4,500-year-old archeological sites of Canada’s remote Quttinirpaaq National Park are now the northernmost place you can explore on Google Street View.
12 Oct 13:36   5 shows
School surveillance cameras still unsecure, months after broadcast on Russian site
Nova Scotia's privacy commissioner says security cameras at a Cape Breton school remain vulnerable to attack, months after images of students inside a Cape Breton school were unintentionally broadcast on the internet.
12 Oct 13:25   4 shows
U.S. will withdraw from UN's cultural, educational agency
The United States says it's withdrawing from UNESCO, the UN's cultural and educational agency, complaining about how it is run and what Washington described as bias against Israel.
12 Oct 14:43   5 shows
Saskatchewan's HIV rate highest in Canada, up 800% in 1 region
A year after Saskatchewan doctors called on the provincial government to declare a public health state of emergency regarding HIV and AIDS, the incidence of both are nearing an all-time high.
12 Oct 09:00   4 shows
Paris to ban all gas-powered cars by 2030
In its latest initiative to reduce pollution, Paris City Hall plans to ban gas-powered cars by 2030, a step beyond a previously announced plan to ban all diesel engines in time for the 2024 Olympics.
12 Oct 13:04   2 shows
RCMP questionnaire probed asylum seekers on prayer habits, hijab
An RCMP interview guide used to screen asylum seekers at Roxham Road, a busy crossing point on the Quebec-U.S. border, on their prayer habits and views on women who don't wear the hijab was "inappropriate and inconsistent with government policy," the government says.
12 Oct 16:15   5 shows
Trump signs executive order making changes to health care
Frustrated by failures in Congress, U.S. President Donald Trump is moving to put his own stamp on health care with an executive order Thursday that aims to make lower-premium plans more widely available.
12 Oct 16:13   1 shows
This should not be a news flash — Canada's biggest cities are now out of reach for millions: Neil Macdonald
Supply and demand in free markets trumps vague notions of social justice almost absolutely. I couldn't afford Toronto in 1988 and I certainly can't now. Vancouver might as well be on another planet.
11 Oct 09:00   1 shows
Why the Weather Network app shares your location with advertisers
When you use an app like the Weather Network, there's a not-so-secret trade-off. In exchange for a free weather forecast based on your location, advertisers learn a bit more about you and your habits.
11 Oct 09:00   6 shows
'Anger, betrayal': Sears staff speak out about demise of the company and their jobs
It was a day of confusion, anger and sadness for Sears workers on Tuesday when they learned that the retailer is making plans to close its remaining 130 stores.
11 Oct 09:00   5 shows
Spain demands clarity on Catalonia's bid for independence
The Spanish prime minister has called on Catalonia's leader to clarify whether his region has declared independence, suggesting if that's the case, the central government could limit or rescind the province's autonomy.
11 Oct 10:02   2 shows
Number of women in federal prisons is up, and advocates think they know why
Advocates say the significant rise in the number of women in federal prisons in Canada shows what happens when community support programs are cut.
11 Oct 10:00   3 shows
Former Blue Jays manager John Farrell fired by Red Sox
The Boston Red Sox have fired manager John Farrell after the team's second straight loss in the AL Division Series. The Red Sox announced the move Wednesday less than 48 hours after they were eliminated from the playoffs.
11 Oct 13:46   8 shows
Academic freedom compromised by U of C, watchdog group finds
The Canadian Association of University Teachers has concerns about both conflict of interest policy and academic freedom at the University of Calgary. U of C said issues already investigated with no wrongdoing found.
11 Oct 13:00   4 shows
Man and woman charged in Calgary quadruple homicide
A man and a woman have been charged in connection with a July quadruple homicide — two women and a man found dead in a burned-out car in Calgary and another man found near a road west of the city.
11 Oct 15:38   2 shows
'We are not going to pay any tariff,' Delta CEO says of CSeries planes
The head of Delta Air Lines says his company does not expect to pay any tariffs related to its purchase of CSeries jets, but expects to complete the order as planned.
11 Oct 15:52   5 shows
Revenue Canada to tax employee discounts but Ottawa says it's not 'targeting' retail workers
The national revenue minister says she is not looking to target the country's retail workers, even after Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) issued new guidelines to business owners that would pave the way for taxes on merchandise purchased with an employee discount.
10 Oct 21:52   2 shows
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'Had to listen': Key questions about Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with Russian lawyer
The disclosure about last year's meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump's eldest son and a Kremlin-linked lawyer offering up dirt on Hillary Clinton is deepening the shadow cast over the White House for alleged collusion — even as the administration downplays the "meaningless" encounter.
10 Jul 23:01   205 shows
Trump's son met with Russian lawyer after promise of damaging information on Clinton: Report
U.S. President Donald Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., agreed to meet with a Kremlin-linked lawyer during the 2016 election campaign after being promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton, the New York Times reported on Sunday, citing three advisers to the White House.
10 Jul 03:04   192 shows
Trump's family, campaign chair met with Kremlin-linked lawyer shortly after nomination
Donald Trump's eldest son, son-in-law and then-campaign chairman met with a Russian lawyer shortly after Trump won the Republican nomination, in what appears to be the earliest known private meeting between key aides to the president and a Russian.
9 Jul 00:32   114 shows
Trudeau to meet Irish PM and the Queen ahead of G20 summit
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau departs this morning for Europe, where he has scheduled friendly courtesy calls with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar and the Queen ahead of what is expected to be a raucous G20 summit in Germany.
3 Jul 09:00   79 shows
'A seat at the table': GM CEO Mary Barra on engaging with Trump
At a time when some business leaders have pulled away from working with U.S. President Donald Trump, the head of General Motors sees a need for engagement with the White House.
26 Jun 21:12   79 shows
China sees free trade with Canada as way to avoid future Norsat-like uncertainty
China is hoping a future free-trade deal with Canada will help it avoid future controversies such as the national security concerns that surfaced over a Chinese takeover of a Canadian satellite technology company.
5 Jul 13:28   77 shows
Tourist boat with 150 aboard sinks near Colombian city of Medellin
A rescue operation is underway in Colombia after a tourist boat with about 150 people on board sank in a reservoir near Medellin.
25 Jun 21:56   76 shows
Peter Julian to quit NDP leadership race: sources
Peter Julian, the former NDP House leader, will announce he is quitting the NDP leadership race this afternoon, multiple sources have confirmed to Radio-Canada.
6 Jul 14:45   73 shows
Italy farmers 'demonizing' Canadian wheat in bid to protect domestic industry
Canadian wheat was a particular area of contention when farmers from across Italy gathered outside the country's parliament to protest CETA, the EU-Canada trade deal.
6 Jul 13:47   66 shows
Alberta's green changes look made to last, no matter who wins the next election
Albertans have started to pay a carbon tax on gasoline and home heating and they've been eligible for subsidies on LED light bulbs, insulation, windows and solar panels. The coal phase-out has been negotiated, and an auction is underway to bring more renewable power to the province.
3 Jul 09:00   61 shows
Jimmy Carter released from Winnipeg hospital after being treated for dehydration
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter is released from a Winnipeg hospital and returns to a Habitat for Humanity build in the Manitoba city.
14 Jul 13:07   59 shows
Why will Omar Khadr receive $10.5M? Because his rights were violated: Aaron Wherry
Whether he deserves to be described as a "terrorist" or "child soldier," Omar Khadr is a Canadian with rights — a fact that will cost the Canadian government.
5 Jul 00:25   57 shows
Tallying U.S. President Donald Trump's legal wins and losses
U.S. President Donald Trump's latest legal setback involving the Environmental Protection Agency has drawn attention to his highly active record in the courts. Here is a look at the outcomes of some other legal fights Trump has faced.
4 Jul 18:46   57 shows
'I felt I wanted out,' Prince Harry says of Royal Family
In an interview published in the Mail on Sunday, Prince Harry said the time he spent in the army was "the best escape I've ever had" and that he thought about giving up his title.
25 Jun 20:25   56 shows
LCBO strike negotiations to stay corked under 'media blackout'
Negotiations between the Liquor Control Board of Ontario and the union representing its workers will remain a secret ahead of a possible strike that could begin as early as Monday.
24 Jun 19:20   52 shows
Low fees have B.C. doctors thinking twice about providing assisted dying
Medically assisted dying has been legal in Canada for over a year, but some B.C. doctors are questioning whether they can afford to continue to provide the service.
4 Jul 19:05   51 shows
B.C. Supreme Court to test legality of Canada's solitary confinement rules
A trial beginning in B.C. Supreme Court today could determine the future of solitary confinement rules in Canadian prisons.
4 Jul 09:00   50 shows
Amid wave of resignations, missing and murdered inquiry commissioner tries to quell concerns
The national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls is working to reassure stakeholders that there is no reason to worry about the recent wave of high-level resignations.
4 Jul 18:33   49 shows
Travel ban ruling in U.S. court opens path for more refugees, but appeal awaits
A court decision on President Donald Trump's travel ban has reopened a window for tens of thousands of refugees to enter the United States, and the government is looking to quickly close it.
15 Jul 02:16   48 shows
No limit to how long people can live: study
Just how long can humans live? Biologists at Montreal's McGill University have been studying the question and say if there’s a limit, they haven’t found it.
28 Jun 18:11   44 shows
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