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James Comey says Trump's presidency is like a 'forest fire'
Fired FBI director James Comey says Donald Trump's presidency has been destructive, but will be followed by a period of new growth. He wants the conversation of what that looks like to start now.
11 May 11:00   53 shows
Canadian economy lost 1,100 jobs in April, but jobless rate holds steady at 5.8%
Canada's job market was essentially unchanged in April, as the economy shed 1,100 jobs, but the unemployment rate held steady at 5.8 per cent.
11 May 12:45   37 shows
Ontario election campaign takes leaders north for debate
Ontario's major party leaders will kick off the third day of the provincial election campaign with a debate.
11 May 13:10   73 shows
Thousands of Smart cars recalled in Canada over fire risk
Mercedes-Benz is recalling tens of thousands of 2008-2009 Smart vehicles because of a fire hazard posed by an insulation mat in the engine compartment.
11 May 10:56   43 shows
In Trump's trade war, Iran shows why globalists may take it on the chin
One of the first consequences of President Trump's cancellation of the Iran nuclear deal is that Boeing loses a $20-billion US contract to provide jets to Iran. Beyond that, the impact will rattle through the markets.
11 May 08:00   55 shows
Cannabidiol oil won't get you buzzed but it could get you busted
Cannabidiol oil, or CBD, is generating a lot of buzz in the world of alternative medicine, and some purveyors say it's completely legal in Canada. But federal authorities say it is indeed illegal without a medical marijuana prescription. And its purported health benefits are still in question.
11 May 08:00   47 shows
California mandates solar panels on all new homes by 2020
California to make solar panels mandatory on new homes, but critics worry about rising cost of new housing.
11 May 08:00   59 shows
'Do something': Liberals faced angry backlash over Colten Boushie case
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould faced a flood of correspondence from Canadians imploring the Liberal government to act in the wake of a Saskatchewan farmer's acquittal in the shooting death of Colten Boushie.
11 May 08:00   43 shows
Watchdog says nursing exam puts francophone students at a disadvantage
New Brunswick's official languages commissioner is slamming the licensing exam used to evaluate most nurses nationwide, saying it puts francophones at a clear disadvantage.
11 May 08:00   40 shows
Flying boulders and clouds of ash: The Kilauea volcano's new explosive threat
Kilauea, the volcano that's been erupting on the Island of Hawaii over the past week, has already forced the evacuation of nearly 2,000 people and the destruction of more than two dozen homes. Now there's a new threat on the horizon: a violent explosion.
11 May 08:00   43 shows
Throwing animals on the ice makes all sports fans look like boors
We aren't barbarians. But throwing animals on the ice — including catfish during Predators games — makes all sports fans, even those of us who oppose the practice, look dumb.
11 May 08:00   40 shows
After 6-month wait, cheques land on doorstep of sick Ontario worker
Mitch LaPrade has been fighting the WSIB for 11 years, arguing his chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) was caused by exposure to a carcinogen called benzene. The highest level of Ontario’s workers’ compensation system ruled in his favour last fall, but his cheques only arrived this week after a CBC investigation.
11 May 08:00   37 shows
We won't back rushed NAFTA deal, say Democrats on U.S. trade sub-committee
The Trump administration could have a new fight on its hands if it tries to rush a NAFTA deal through Congress this spring.
11 May 08:00   44 shows
Tragically Hip legacy law on ticket scalping a 'toothless disaster,' critics warn
Ontario’s new law promising to cap prices of scalped sports and concert tickets is doomed to fail, critics warn. The law is just weeks away from taking effect and the province isn't adding any new staff to help enforce it.
11 May 08:00   41 shows
Stastny scores twice as Jets soar into Western Conference final
The Winnipeg Jets advanced to the Western Conference final after defeating the Nashville Predators 5-1 on Thursday evening in Game 7 of their semifinal series.
11 May 02:40   38 shows
Manitoba premier drops night-hunt ban news in party fundraiser speech
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says his government is about to put an end to spotlight hunting.
11 May 01:05   46 shows
Golden State Killer suspect charged with 4 more murders
A man who prosecutors say was one of California's most elusive serial killers was charged Thursday with four additional counts of murder, leaving him now facing a dozen murder charges across the state.
11 May 00:27   51 shows
Competition Bureau to 'shine a light' on internet industry with market study
The federal competition watchdog says he wants to "shine a light" on Canada's broadband internet providers with the public's comments on a market that is predominantly served by traditional phone and cable companies.
10 May 22:26   57 shows
Harvey Weinstein's estranged wife says she knew nothing about alleged misconduct
Harvey Weinstein's estranged wife, designer Georgina Chapman, is speaking out in a tearful interview. She says she never knew of her husband's alleged misconduct, and weeps for their two small children.
10 May 21:41   45 shows
Freeland gets briefing from U.S. lawmakers on tight window for passing NAFTA
Canada's foreign minister got a detailed explanation Thursday about why there might only be a few days left to get a NAFTA agreement in 2018.
10 May 21:18   45 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   1090 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   1014 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   891 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   566 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   542 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   529 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   501 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   428 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   425 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   425 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   305 shows
Is it time to switch off the daily White House press briefing?
The importance (or lack thereof) of the daily White House press briefing has been fiercely debated over the past few weeks — the result of the Trump administration's decision to move toward shorter, less frequent briefings, before taking some of them off-camera completely.
2 Jul 09:00   296 shows
Montreal transit agency mulls discipline for driver who showed support for Bill 62 protest
The Montreal transit agency says a bus driver who showed support for a protest against Quebec's new religious neutrality law will meet with a superior and could face disciplinary action.
21 Oct 11:55   273 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   267 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   263 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   262 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   249 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   245 shows
Former senator and Pierre Trudeau confidant Michael Pitfield dead at 80
Michael Pitfield, a former senator and clerk of the Privy Council, has died at the age of 80.
20 Oct 03:08   243 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   243 shows
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