‘I shouldn’t have to have a husband:’ Winnipeg woman criticizes men-only club

WINNIPEG — A former chair of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce says it's about time that men-only clubs open their doors to women. Jodi Moskal, an...

Ice dancers Virtue and Moir to carry flag at Pyeongchang Olympics

OTTAWA — Ice dance darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will carry Canada's flag into the opening ceremony at next month's Winter Games in...

Gesundheit! Stifling a sneeze can cause injuries in rare cases, experts say

With cases of flu continuing to rise in Canada, there's likely a whole lot of "achooing" going on across the country. But ear, nose and throat...

Massive cleanup begins in N.B., N.L. after downpours knock out roads, power

Crews are beginning a massive cleanup in parts of Atlantic Canada that saw power lines downed, buildings pummelled and roads cleaved away by heavy rains...

Feds to invest $49M to support advanced manufacturing at Linamar auto part maker

The federal government will announce a $49-million grant to help automotive parts maker Linamar Corp. develop its advanced manufacturing technologies. Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains will make the announcement this morning...

Sears Canada shutters its final stores Sunday after months-long liquidation

Sears Canada says its remaining stores will close their doors for good today. The long-time staple of Canada's retail landscape declared bankruptcy last year and...

Margaret Atwood takes to Twitter to defend herself after #MeToo op-ed

Margaret Atwood has taken to Twitter to defend herself after writing a controversial op-ed in which she wondered if she was a "bad feminist"...

False missile alert in Hawaii was ‘really, really frightening’ says vacationing Canadian

LAHAINA, Hawaii — An Alberta politician who is vacationing in Hawaii says the minutes she spent believing a missile attack was imminent may have...

Swiss law that prohibits boiling live lobsters raises eyebrows in Quebec

MONTREAL — A new Swiss law that bans the practice of boiling lobsters alive is eliciting more smiles than concern on this side of the Atlantic. The...

Some Canadian media organizations ready to cope with Facebook’s changes to feeds

Some members of Canada's media industry say they expect to be able to weather the potential setback created by the latest change to Facebook's...

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