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Twice as many Americans will wager on the 2019 college basketball tournament than on this year’s Super Bowl
Canadians will no longer need a visa to visit Brazil, as the South American country tries to boost tourism.
Investment bank aspires to have women represent 50% of workforce, starting with its incoming analyst class by 2021
The general merchandise retailer declared bankruptcy in January, and hasn’t been able to stem the bleeding at its 363 stores
Wolastoqi artist Jeremy Dutcher used his acceptance speech at the Juno Awards to address reconciliation and issues that plague Indigenous communities.
Kevin Tsujihara steps down from the Hollywood film and TV studio after acknowledging “mistakes,” parent company says
A closer look at the day’s most notable stories with The National’s Jonathon Gatehouse:
David Klein, who calls himself “The Candyman,” has made a whole new company to produce the beans
Some families moved to high-tax towns because of the good school districts. Now they’re pinched by the SALT deduction cap
Warner Bros. chief Kevin Tsujihara is stepping down after claims that he promised acting roles in exchange for sex.
In this episode of First Words, Juno award winner Jeremy Dutcher explains the intimate connection between his language and music.
WestJet Airlines Ltd. on Monday became the second Canadian carrier to suspend its 2019 financial projections following the groundings of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft worldwide.
Canada extended its military missions in both Ukraine and Iraq today, taking a stand-pat approach to two of the world’s flashpoint conflicts.
“Judge Jeanine” was bumped amid advertiser losses and controversial comments — some Fox News fans aren’t happy
The president vented frustrations about the closed factory, revealing he called the CEO to demand she “do something quickly”
An orangutan with a young baby on Indonesia’s Sumatra island was blinded after being shot at least 74 times with an air gun.
An Edmonton man who lost $143,000 in a dating scam hopes his ordeal will help prevent others from being victimized online.
Manulife Financial Corp. says it has won its legal battle with hedge fund Mosten Investments over universal life insurance products.
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney has spoken out in defence of his daughter, Ontario’s Francophone Affairs Minister Caroline Mulroney, while dismissing another MPP as a “little girl.”
A Thunder Bay-area MP says spending more time with his young family is behind his decision not to run in this year’s federal election.