Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet has tested positive for COVID-19.
Canada's premiers are meeting in Ottawa today to map out their demands ahead of next week's throne speech — demands that include more money to cover ballooning health care costs.
With much of the country struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still some good-news stories to report. Here's a brief roundup.
More than six months into the global pandemic, the Liberal government is being accused of failing to meet the needs of the Canadians with disabilities who are among those hardest-hit by the public health crisis.
CBC News is one of the most trusted news brands in Canada, but we do not take the public's trust for granted or assume most people understand how our stories get made. The editor's blog is an attempt to share some of what goes on behind the scenes. In this edition, we unpack how CBC News deals with confidential sources and allegations of political bias.
The U.S. Commerce Department has issued an order that will bar people in the United States from downloading Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok, starting Sunday.
The Treasury Board of Canada says it has uncovered suspicious activities on more than 48,000 Canada Revenue Agency accounts following cyberattacks in July and August.
With first light, fishermen in Northport, P.E.I., were getting geared up to head back onto the water to continue with the search for two missing teenagers.
Provinces say people are flouting provincial rules around gathering size limits, leading officials to crack down and impose new restrictions as COVID-19 infections climb across Canada.
The National for September 17, 2020
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