WATCH: Caitrin chats with Irish author and journalist Fintan O'Toole about his NYT Top 10 book chronicling his life growing up in Ireland.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is due to meet with Vladimir Putin in a political boost for the isolated Russian president after the International Criminal Court charged him with war crimes in Ukraine.
One person has been confirmed dead and six people remain missing as police continue to search for victims after a fire swept through a building in Old Montreal on Thursday.
Shares of Credit Suisse plunged 63 per cent in early trading Monday after the announcement that banking giant UBS would buy its troubled rival for almost US$3.25 billion in a deal orchestrated by regulators to stave off further market-shaking turmoil in the global banking system.
The number of air passenger complaints to Canada's transport regulator is soaring, more than tripling to 42,000 over the past year.
An Ontario woman has launched a lawsuit seeking $500,000 from Tim Hortons after she suffered major burns from an alleged ‘superheated’ tea. The company has denied all allegations and said she was ‘the author of her own misfortune.'
1st body found in Montreal fire that left several missing
Peggy, a small hairless pug with a lopsided tongue, was recently crowned Britain’s ugliest dog. Melanie Nagy reports.