NDP to remove MP from shadow critic roles after she travelled to Greece to see sick relative | CBC News

NDP MP Niki Ashton revealed Friday that she travelled to Greece to visit her "ailing grandmother" despite…

U.S. Congress overrides Trump veto of $740B defence bill — a first by legislators | CBC News

Congress on Friday overrode U.S. President Donald Trump's veto of a defence policy bill, a first…

Australia changes word in national anthem to reflect Indigenous history | CBC News

Australia has changed one word in its national anthem to reflect what the prime minister called…

Kenney orders MLAs not to leave Canada unless on government business after minister’s vacation | CBC News

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took responsibility for not being clear about travel rules for MLAs after…

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Friday | CBC News

The number of confirmed U.S. coronavirus cases has surpassed 20 million, according to data from Johns…

Fredericton teens who met after near-fatal crash remain friends a year later | CBC News

Fredericton teen Hanna Bordage had always dreamed of being a doctor because of her love of science…

2 teens arrested after death of Calgary Sgt. Andrew Harnett | CBC News

Two teen suspects sought in connection with the death of Calgary Sgt. Andrew Harnett have been arrested…

Here’s what to look forward to in space for 2021 | CBC News

A January meteor show and a space mission to find out whether life ever existed on…

New year, old trade wars: lumber, dairy disputes set for arbitration | CBC News

Two of the thorniest trade disputes between Canada and the U.S. — on softwood lumber and dairy…

Wilma Pelly, actor most beloved for playing Elsie Tsa Che on North of 60, dies at 83 | CBC News

Canadian actor Wilma Pelly, who was best known for her role as Elsie Tsa Che on North of…

Masked rapper MF Doom dead at 49 | CBC News

MF Doom, a masked rapper who awed hip-hop fans and fellow musicians with intricate wordplay, has…

Brexit now a reality as U.K. completes economic separation from European Union | CBC News

Britain has completed its economic break from the European Union after the Brexit transition period expired,…

Microsoft says hackers got further into its systems than the corporation previously thought | CBC News

Microsoft said Thursday in a blog post that hackers tied to a massive intrusion of dozens…

Vaughan Tim Hortons worker quit university due to financial constraints. His customers sent him back | CBC News

When customers at a Vaughan, Ont., Tim Hortons found out that their favourite employee, Vishnu Gopansothilingan,…

Tam cautions Canadians on their alcohol intake in year-end message | CBC News

On a day frequently marked by celebrations involving large amounts of alcohol, Canada's chief public health officer is again asking…

Alberta approves NHL games for Edmonton and Calgary, feds waive 14-day quarantine rule for players, staff | CBC Sports

Alberta is the first province to officially say the NHL can play games in its arenas…

Ontario’s finance minister resigns after returning from Caribbean vacation | CBC News

Ontario Finance Minister Rod Phillips has resigned after returning from a controversial Caribbean vacation while the…

Drones, dogs deployed as Norwegian rescuers hunt for 10 people missing after landslide | CBC News

Norwegian rescuers deployed drones and dogs to negotiate unstable clay soil in a search for 10…

How P.E.I.’s farming and fishing industries are adapting to the new normal | CBC News

For good and ill, fishing and farming on P.E.I. are already different because of climate change.Peaches…

Goodbye, 2020: How New Year’s celebrations looked different this year | CBC News

As midnight rolled from Asia to the Middle East, Europe, Africa and the Americas, the New…

DFO has a new plan for northern cod stocks. It doesn’t include more fishing | CBC News

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has released its plan to boost northern cod numbers —…

Moms are welcoming the first wave of ‘coronial’ babies — but experts say to expect fewer births | CBC News

Nearly 10 months after Alberta's first presumptive COVID-19 case was confirmed, mothers across the province are…

Dildo, N.L., was hoping to cash in on a post-Kimmel boom — then came the pandemic | CBC News

Sulagna Sanyal and Rajesh Menon opened the first Indian restaurant in the coastal Newfoundland village of…

The dark side: 2020 was a boom year for horror on-screen — and that’s no accident | CBC News

Horror landed in 2020 both instructing and judging, as well as thriving. It's a boom time…

B.C. mom describes ‘surreal experience’ meeting new son after waking up from COVID-related coma | CBC News

A B.C. mom who gave birth while in an induced coma because of COVID-19 says she…

Vancouver party host spends Christmas in jail after repeated fines for violating COVID-19 public health orders | CBC News

A 24-year-old Vancouver man spent Christmas night in jail after repeatedly hosting parties that violated COVID-19 public…

The Guardian view on liberal Christians: is this their moment? | Editorial

“No one is saved alone,” writes Pope Francis in Let Us Dream, a short book of…

Wall Street to kick out Chinese telecom giants

By Justin HarperBusiness reporter, BBC NewsPublishedduration9 hours agoimage copyrightGetty ImagesChina Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom…

India’s love affair with classic British motorbikes

By Justin HarperBusiness reporter, BBC NewsPublishedduration13 hours agoimage copyrightGetty ImagesClassic British motorbike maker BSA announced last…

More Wine Tariffs Imposed on France and Germany by U.S.

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration said it will target more French and German wine and spirits with 25%…

The Guardian view of Brexit: a tragic national error | Editorial

“And the answer is – we’re out.” Four and a half years have passed since the…

The Guardian view on Covid science: cooperation, not just competition | Editorial

There are many people deserving of praise for selfless acts during the past 12 months. But…

The Guardian view on responding to the Covid-19 surge: not enough | Editorial

The contrast between the good news and the bleak could not have been starker. The UK’s…

The Guardian view on the Brexit debate: no scrutiny, no choice | Editorial

In a damning assessment of Wednesday’s token debate on Boris Johnson’s Brexit trade deal, the Hansard…

The Guardian view on the future of the Union: Britain faces breakup | Editorial

The Covid year has intensified potentially terminal strains within the UK’s four-nation union. When Boris Johnson…

The Guardian view on Britain’s global role: shrinking around Brexit | Editorial

Boris Johnson has a range of political skills, but international diplomacy is not among them. His…

The Guardian view on Britain out of the EU: a treasure island for rentiers | Editorial

When the UK entered the coronavirus age in March, state resources and collective commitment were mobilised…

The Observer view on the Brexit deal | Observer editorial

Any deal is better than no deal. But the agreement that Boris Johnson struck with the…

The Guardian view on Brexit in a time of Covid: Crisis? What Crisis? Editorial

In January 1979, a beleaguered Labour prime minister, James Callaghan, returned from a Caribbean summit to…

The Guardian view on music streaming: the tide is high | Editorial

In Nick Hornby’s late 1990s novel About a Boy, one of the characters lives comfortably from…

China Approves Covid-19 Vaccine as It Moves to Inoculate Millions

Sinopharm, a state-controlled company, said its candidate had a 79 percent efficacy rate in interim late-stage…

China and E.U. Leaders Strike Investment Deal, but Political Hurdles Await

The agreement, which would roll back restrictions on investment, faces some opposition in Europe and objections…

In 2020, We Were There: The Year’s 13 Most Popular Dispatches

The World’s DispatchesEven challenged by extraordinary travel restrictions, our correspondents explored the world’s most compelling places,…

Jobs, Houses and Cows: China’s Costly Drive to Erase Extreme Poverty

China has spent heavily to help its poorest citizens, an approach that few developing countries can…

How to Pretend You’re in Singapore Tonight

While your travel plans may be on hold, you can pretend you’re somewhere new for the…

She Mocked Men’s Bluster. Then Came the Complaints.

Asia Pacific|She Mocked Men’s Bluster. Then Came the Complaints.A stand-up comedian in China suggested that some…

A Flying Elephant, a Teacher’s Hugs: 12 Tales of Pandemic Resilience

The virus has been crushing spirits around the world, but some people refuse to be bowed.…

25 Days That Changed the World: How Covid-19 Slipped China’s Grasp

Beijing acted against the coronavirus with stunning force, as its official narratives recount. But not before…

China Has All It Needs to Vaccinate Millions, Except Any Approved Vaccines

Across the country, local governments plan to inoculate 50 million people against the coronavirus by early…

CueCat Inventor Is Back to Help Trump Try to Overthrow the Election

The inventor behind one of the worst gadgets of all time has joined the motley crew…