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Millard, Smich guilty of 1st-degree murder in Laura Babcock death

A jury has found Dellen Millard and Mark Smich guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Toronto woman Laura Babcock. Both men are already...

Online abuse makes targets news subjects (The Investigators with Diana Swain)

Online abuse makes targets news subjects: Communications professor Ruth Palmer says that the risks associated with speaking to journalists are...

Rich are getting richer

The rich are getting richer. The top 1% now controls nearly half the wealth in the U.S. and Canada, according to the World Inequality Report. »»»...

Pot business booming

The pot business was booming in 2017 and, as legalization in Canada gets closer, more companies will be looking to cash in on this crop. »»»...

Caroling in the Park an annual Toronto Christmas tradition

Caroling in the Park has been a Toronto Christmas tradition for nearly three decades, making Glen Stewart Park a popular spot for many residents....

How your privacy is affected by digital assistants

Digital assistants are topping many holiday lists. But they come with privacy risks you need to consider. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch...

Call Me By Your Name Review: An"unmissable" love story

Call Me By Your Name could be the most romantic movie of the year thanks to the performances of Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet. »»» Subscribe...

Scams and schemes: Telemarketers, fake reviewers, Q-ray bracelet (Marketplace)

Scams and schemes: We're tracking annoying telemarketers, fake reviewers, and the Q-ray bracelet with health claims that are beyond belief. »»»...

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review: Epic battles and humour make for a winner

Star Wars: The Last Jedi combines a new generation of characters, irreverent humour and the epic grandeur of the movie franchise. The result? An...

Stephen Poloz: Bank of Canada governor on Canada's economic future

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz talks about the the future of Canada's economy. He tells Peter Armstrong what keeps him up and night and his...

Helicopter crash leaves four workers dead in Ontario

A helicopter crash in Tweed, Ont., has led to the deaths of four workers on board. Hydro One had been performing maintenance on a hydro tower with...

Gift thief caught on camera stealing poop-filled package

A gift thief was captured on camera after homeowner Derek Freudenthaler noticed packages were being stolen from his doorstep. He lured the thief...

Plane crash survivor describes panic on flight

Plane crash survivor Timothy Fern describes the panic on a flight that crashed shortly after takeoff from the Fond-du-Lac airport in Saskatchewan....

Fewer students drinking and using drugs in Ontario, report finds

Ontario adolescents are drinking, smoking and using cannabis and other recreational drugs at the lowest rates since the late 1970s, suggests a...