Canada

March 5, 2024

After Mulroney, being a 'green' PM got a lot tougher

When Brian Mulroney was given the title of Canada's "greenest prime minister" in 2006 — awarded by an expert panel convened by Corporate Knights magazine — it might have seemed like faint praise.
March 5, 2024

Ottawa tops up winemakers with $177M to help sector adapt to climate change, cost increases

With $177 million in new funding, the federal government is extending a program aimed at helping Canadian winemakers become more resilient in the face of challenges such as climate change.
March 5, 2024

Fake websites for real companies are scamming Canadian consumers and businesses

Companies and anti-fraud professionals are warning consumers to watch for fake listings on search engines that redirect people to fraudulent versions of familiar companies and brands.
March 5, 2024

Day school survivor asks Supreme Court to intervene in settlement agreement with Ottawa

A Cree survivor of the federal Indian day school system is asking Canada's top court to intervene in a multibillion-dollar settlement agreement amid allegations survivors have been shortchanged and retraumatized by the compensation process, CBC News has learned.
March 5, 2024

This 100-year-old Quebecer is still volunteering in his community and has no plans to stop

Louis Pagé, in Brome Lake Que., started volunteering in the 1990s. Weeks after he turned 100 in February, he’s still at it.
March 5, 2024

Three new polls suggest a growing number of Canadians want more money spent on defence

Three new public opinion surveys suggest Canadians are growing more concerned about the state of the country's military — and about Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump's threats to abandon allies who don't invest in defence.
March 5, 2024

Minister King heads to North America, Canada for talks on critical minerals – Australian Manufacturing

Minister King heads to North America, Canada for talks on critical minerals  Australian Manufacturing
March 4, 2024

Toronto sports mogul Larry Tanenbaum pursuing WNBA expansion team

Billionaire Larry Tanenbaum, a part-owner of sports giant MLSE, is pursuing a WNBA expansion team for Toronto, CBC Sports has learned.
March 4, 2024

Hamilton paralyzed by ransomware attack, city services down since last week, officials say

City manager Marnie Cluckie named the nature of the cyber attack for the first time during a virtual call Monday afternoon, alongside Mayor Andrea Horwath. The call was the city's first media conference since the breach began on Feb. 25. 
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