As municipalities across the country try to figure out their regulatory relationship with Airbnb, the short-term rental service has asked the federal government to hold off on making rules that would affect its business.
A Marketplace investigation discovered a variety of recalled baby products for sale, raising serious questions about the effectiveness of the system meant to protect the public from products with dangerous flaws.
'Wow, it's actually beating': Novoheart creates tiny heart-like structure with stem cells to test new drugs
Novoheart Ltd. is the first in the world to use stem cells to grow miniature human heart-like valves and wants to use them to test new drugs — technology that may lead to fewer animals being used as test subjects and save big pharmaceutical firms billions.
'Nobody stopped me' at the casino: Ontario self-exclusion program fails to keep gambling addicts out
Despite promoting responsible gambling, the Ontario government’s program to help addicts stay out of casinos is failing to do so, an investigation by CBC’s The Fifth Estate has found.
Kinder Morgan cleared to start work on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion despite Burnaby's objections
The National Energy Board has ruled in favour of Kinder Morgan Canada in its efforts to bypass Burnaby, B.C., bylaws that stand in the way of its $7.4-billion Trans Mountain expansion project.
An Edmonton judge has ordered oilsands giant Suncor not to proceed with plans to start random drug tests of its employees.
General Electric Co said Thursday it is axing 12,000 jobs at its global power business, the struggling industrial conglomerate's latest effort to shrink itself into a more focused company. The number of Canadian jobs lost is not yet known.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has unanimously voted that the American lumber industry has been harmed by Canadian softwood lumber imports, upholding Commerce Department tariffs imposed earlier this year.
Artificial intelligence techniques using machine learning scan huge volumes of data to detect patterns of abnormal behaviour that are imperceptible to humans and detecting hacking before traditional software.
CanniMed Therapeutics Inc. says it has entered into a definitive agreement with PharmaChoice to supply herbal, oils and oil derivative cannabis products to its more than 750 pharmacy locations across Canada.
The median net worth of Canadian families was $295,100 in 2016, a jump of nearly 15 per cent from four years ago and almost double the 1999 level, according to Statistics Canada.
The Slovenian-based bitcoin miner NiceHash says it is investigating a security breach and the possible theft of tens of millions of dollars' worth of bitcoins, as meanwhile the value of the virtual currency has soared to a new record high.
If the Supreme Court of Canada upholds the acquittal of a New Brunswick man who was fined after being caught transporting 14 cases of cheap beer and three bottles of liquor home from Quebec, the result will be "race to the bottom" for provincial standards protecting the public, argues a senior policy analyst for the Canadian Cancer Society.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he made substantial progress during his four-day trip to China even though he failed to secure an agreement to begin formal negotiations on a comprehensive trade deal with the world's second-largest economy.
As the price of bitcoin tops $14,000 US, some Canadians are looking for new ways to cash in on its climb.
Many Canadians believe their holiday spending is out of control, with more than half saying they’ll spend more than they budgeted, an online survey for CIBC suggests.
Volkswagen senior manager Oliver Schmidt has been sentenced to seven years in a U.S. prison for concealing software that was used to evade pollution limits on nearly 600,000 diesel vehicles.