Landlord just jacked up your rent? What you need to know about the '1991 loophole' | CBC News
CBC Toronto tells you everything you need to know about the so-called "1991 loophole," which allows some landlords to hike rents by huge amounts while others are subject to strict controls.
OPINION | Canada's 150-year celebration doesn't fly here: Opinion | CBC News
With all of the mainstream hype about Canada’s 150th year of confederation, it’s no surprise that many Native people are using a vastly different word to describe it — colonialism — and people are also raising much awareness on social media in the form of #Resistance150.
Budget for Trudeau's Privy Council Office biggest in a decade | CBC News
The budget for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Privy Council Office is set to rise by 20 per cent this year, making it one of the largest budgets for the office in a decade, according to spending estimates tabled by the government.
'Recruit until you cannot recruit anymore': Canada holds open houses to boost dwindling number of reservists | CBC News
Canada's army is holding open houses at more than 100 armouries today in a national campaign to boost reservist numbers, after a scathing auditor general's report last year revealed the army reserve lacks soldiers, training and equipment.
Landlord pays high price for renter's medical marijuana grow-op | CBC News
Longtime landlord Darryl Spencer was left scrambling for insurance after discovering a tenant was growing dozens of medical marijuana plants inside and outside his rental house.
5 things to know about illegal border crossings into Canada | CBC News
Federal, provincial and municipal governments are determining the best ways to deal with an influx in people crossing in to Canada illegally from the U.S. Here are five things to know about the illegal border crossings.
Federal Court rejects motion from 'knees together' judge facing removal from bench | CBC News
The Federal Court has ruled the Canadian Judicial Council can continue to deliberate the questions of whether Justice Robin Camp can remain on the bench.
'Something close to a genocide' at risk without hurricane relief, San Juan mayor says | CBC News
The mayor of Puerto Rico's capital did not hold back Friday in an emotional plea to the Trump administration, saying conditions on the hurricane-ravaged island would be "something close to a genocide" if the U.S. president didn't "take charge and save lives."
Drunk driver who killed 3 kids and grandfather eligible for unescorted temporary absence from prison | CBC News
A man sentenced to 10 years after pleading guilty in a drunk driving crash that killed three young children and their grandfather will be eligible to apply for unescorted temporary absence from prison next month.
'Super-high' levels of mercury still leaking near Grassy Narrows, report suggests | CBC News
A new report from a group of scientists suggests an old chemical plant in Dryden, Ont., is still leaking mercury and contaminating the Wabigoon-English River system upstream from the Grassy Narrows First Nation in northwestern Ontario.
Duo who waved Confederate flag, aimed shotgun at black child's party sent to prison | CBC News
A white man and a white woman who were among a large group of people waving Confederate flags and threatening violence at a black child's birthday party in 2015 have been sentenced to lengthy prison terms.
More than a third of millennial homeowners hit their parents up to pay costs: HSBC survey | CBC News
A global housing market survey released today by HSBC bank includes some eye-popping numbers about the buying habits of individuals between ages 18 and 35, including in Canada.
Man convicted of killing daughter in clash over hijab dies in Ontario prison | CBC News
A Mississauga man who strangled his 16-year-old daughter to death with the help of her brother in their family home in 2007 has died in prison.
Pharmacare for essential drugs would improve public's health, research suggests | CBC News
Adding universal public coverage of the top prescription drugs would help Canadians take medications they need, new research suggests.
Mississauga man sells SUV, travels to Turkey in bid to save family trapped in Libya | CBC News
A Canadian man whose family is trapped in a militant-controlled area in the Libyan city of Benghazi has travelled to Turkey in effort to assemble an aid shipment for civilians in the conflict-ridden neighbourhood.