Family of 4 among the Canadians who died in Ouagadougou shootings CBC News Posted: Jan 17, 2016 7:26 AM ET Last Updated: Jan 17, 2016 1:36 PM ET   The six Quebecers, including a family of four, who were killed during a 12-hour…
The RCMP say a 20-year-old man will face charges in connection with a fatal collision in Lincoln, N.B. Police say the crash happened on Route 102 on Sept. 5, resulting in the death of a 19-year-old passenger. Police have released…
PARIS -- An avalanche in the French Alps struck a high school ski group Wednesday afternoon, killing at least three people, according to French officials. France's National Gendarmerie said a search-and-rescue operation was launched in the Deux Alpes ski resort…
US regulators have rejected Volkswagen's recall plan for diesel cars fitted with emissions "cheat" devices. The California Air Resources Board said the proposals did "not adequately address overall impacts on vehicle performance, emissions and safety". The board also said the…
OTTAWA - Canada's new security system for scrutinizing people who arrive by airplane singled out more than 2,300 passengers for closer examination during a recent three-month period, the federal border agency says. The Canada Border Services Agency says the travellers…
A Canadian was reportedly one of two civilians killed Thursday when attackers set off explosions and waged gun battles with police at a Starbucks café in a bustling shopping area in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. Reuters, citing an unidentified police…
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has chosen a Maritime community to host the first federal cabinet meeting of the year, bringing with it a boost in economy at a time when the tourist town is already experiencing a rebound in their…
Canada's plastic money is stumping counterfeiters. The RCMP estimate the number of fake bills passed on to retailers in 2015 dropped by 74 per cent compared with the previous year. That doesn't mean people have given up trying to copy Canada's…
China's new year headlines are all about the economy. Official plans call for slower growth in 2016 and beyond, with the 7.5 percent growth targetreduced to6.5 percent. A run of poor results in themanufacturing sectorcalls even that more modest target…
A day after the loonie slipped below the 70-cent US level for the first time since 2003, a forecaster at investment bank Macquarie says he expects the loonie to lose another 10 cents to reach an all-time low of 59…