The Canadian military is looking for help taking out the trash in space. Over the last two years, the military’s Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security program has awarded nearly $5 million in contracts to Canadian companies and university researchers to find ways to identify some of the millions of
More than 100 Swoop Airlines passengers who were expecting to arrive in Hamilton’s John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport on Tuesday were “stranded in Mexico” after a cancelled flight. Passengers say they had a hard time getting information from the airline, were offered “dingy” places to stay in unsafe areas of
More than three years after Maureen Shaughnessy Kitts first experienced debilitating pain on the right side of her face, she still finds it hard to properly describe the sensation. The pain might come on while she brushed her teeth, or sometimes, after a gentle gust of wind blew on her cheek.
Juul Labs will stop selling most of its flavoured vaping pods in Canada, CBC News has confirmed. The company will not pull existing supplies of the mango, vanilla, fruit and cucumber varieties from store shelves, but it will stop re-supplying outlets with those products once the existing stock has sold
As the top candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination prepare for their last debate before the all-important Iowa caucuses, two of the progressive front-runners are on the attack over a conversation they had more than a year ago. On Monday, CNN reported on a conversation between Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen.
Canada is considering convening a high-level meeting of the Lima Group to refocus efforts to bring about a democratic transition in Venezuela following days of drama at the National Assembly in Caracas. The man Canada considers Venezuela’s legitimate president, Juan Guiado, was able to take his seat in the legislature
Montreal’s Haitian community will gather later today for a ceremony to mark the 10th anniversary of the earthquake that killed an estimated 230,000 people and reshaped Quebec’s relationship with the Caribbean nation. The ceremony, which will be held in Montreal’s Saint-Michel neighbourhood, caps off a weekend of speeches, screenings and panel discussions