TORONTO — In a surprise move, Rogers Communications announced Monday the immediate departure of its CEO Guy Laurence and the uncertain arrival time for his replacement, former Telus chief executive Joe Natale.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Long-standing protests over the Muskrat Falls hydro project are escalating — including nine arrests Monday, a march on the provincial legislature and a hunger strike — as reservoir flooding in Labrador is set to start.
BEIJING — Surgeons from around the world gathered at a conference in Beijing on Monday in China's latest effort to fight persistent skepticism about whether its hospitals have stopped performing transplants with the organs of executed prisoners.
TORONTO — Health Minister Jane Philpott bluntly put the provinces and territories on notice Monday that the federal Liberal government isn't willing to spend more on health care without innovative ideas and measures to ensure accountability.
TORONTO — The head of the federal housing agency is raising a red flag about the state of Canada's real estate sector, saying affordability concerns have spilled over from the country's two most expensive cities to nearby markets.