The Bank of Canada is signalling mortgage rates will continue to rise. Personal finance columnist Rubina Ahmed-Haq offers her advice on finding the right mortgage for your situation.
Gasoline has never been more expensive, and drivers filling up at a gas station in Toronto this week were more than happy to discuss it. (Photo Credit: Evan Mitsui/CBC)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy accused Russia on Thursday of "nuclear blackmail" over its seizure of the Zaporizhzhia power plant in southern Ukraine. Russia captured the plant in March, shortly after invading Ukraine, and President Vladimir Putin ordered his government on Wednesday to take control of it.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan expects China to increase its coercion and intimidation to achieve its goal of bringing the island under Beijing's control once President Xi Jinping assumes a third term in office, a senior Taiwanese minister said on Thursday. Beijing's once-in-five years leadership reshuffle is set for the Communist Party congress that starts Oct. 16, where Xi is poised to break with precedent and secure a third leadership term. China views democratically governed Taiwan as its own territory and has ramped up military and political pressure to assert sovereignty claims, including staging war games near the island in August after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taipei.
A private Saskatchewan medical clinic is pausing its walk-in operations for patients as physician shortages lead to longer wait times and verbal harassment of staff and doctors. Glenn Murray, a pharmacist and co-owners of Legends Medical Clinic and Legends Pharmacy in Warman, about 20 km northeast of Saskatoon, said it had to be done. "We've been completely run over in our walk-ins," Murray said. "This isn't something we want to do, it's something that we feel we have to do." The clinic announce
WHO convened its emergency committee Thursday to consider declaring the monkeypox outbreak a global emergency. Epidemiologist Dr. Christopher Labos says that would be a recognition of the current reality.
COVID-19 has not gone away, so planning for better air quality indoors is needed, says cardiologist Dr. Christopher Labos. He also thinks many Canadians will choose to continue wearing masks.
Washing your hands and wearing a mask are good precautions for travellers trying to avoid monkeypox, says respirologist Dr. Samir Gupta.
BOSTON (AP) — The New England Patriots caused irreparable damage to a U.S. flag signed by Tom Brady by improperly displaying it in the team's hall of fame at Gillette Stadium, the flag's owner contends in a federal lawsuit. After it had been on display a couple of months, Brady's signature written in blue Sharpie had significantly faded, which reduced the flag's value by as much as $1 million, according to the suit filed against the team Wednesday in Boston. A Patriots spokesperson said Thursday
The owner of a Montreal diner lays out his vision for the metaverse version of his restaurant
Leaders at B.C. Hockey aren't saying if they will follow in the footsteps of other provincial associations in cutting funds to Hockey Canada. Both Hockey Québec and the Ontario Hockey Federation announced Tuesday they will no longer collect player fees on behalf of the national federation in the wake of revelations about a second multi-million dollar slush fund to deal with sexual abuse allegations and a widely-panned appearance by Hockey Canada interim board chair Andrea Skinner in front of a p
Comedian and actor Gilbert Gottfried sat down with CBC's Sandra Abma in 2015 ahead of four shows in Canada.
Being resilient during an extreme weather event involves a personal plan to get through the first 72 hours, a check on neighbours and better land-use planning, says Eddie Oldfield, the lead for QUEST Canada, a non-profit organization that helps communities get to net zero.
A number of new smartphone apps have launched in Canada, all with a common goal: to cut down on food waste by hooking bargain hunters up with grocery stores and restaurants selling excess supply for cheap.
Stories are emerging of Cree voters in the northern Quebec riding of Ungava who were unable to cast their ballots in Quebec's provincial election this past Monday. Cynthia Neeposh has spent most of her life in the Cree community of Mistissini and has lived in the same house for the last 15 years. But on Monday, election workers said her name wasn't on the voter list and she couldn't vote. "For myself, I didn't feel right. It wasn't fair. I was there to vote. It's my right to vote," she said, add
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch says the COVID-19 pandemic 'is not over' and urges people to get vaccinated. 'Many people are under-vaccinated and the vaccines are probably the major piece of that puzzle in really protecting the individual,' he said.
OTTAWA (Reuters) -The Canadian economy added jobs in September but did little to recoup the losses of the last three months while the jobless rate beat forecasts, edging down as fewer people looked for work, official data showed on Friday. Canada added a net 21,100 jobs in September, in line with forecasts, though mostly in part-time work, Statistics Canada said. The jobless rate dropped to 5.2%, topping predictions it would remain at 5.4%.
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Kids in the Hall stars Scott Thompson and Dave Foley dish on the new season of the iconic Canadian series -- debuting 27 years after its original run finished.
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan on Friday contested a downgrading of its rating by Moody’s Investors Service, insisting it has adequate reserves and financing to pay back foreign debt despite the worst flooding in its history. Such downgrades tend to shake the confidence of investors because the action is seen as a warning that Pakistan is more likely to default on its foreign debts. Pakistan’s angry reaction comes a day after Moody’s revised Pakistan’s sovereign credit rating by one notch to the stil