Advertisement
  • Received a spam text recently? Here’s what you should know
    Spam texting is on the rise and as technology gets more sophisticated they're expected to increase in frequency, experts say.
    Canada
    Feb 23
  • Get a text about an unpaid parking ticket? It’s a scam, warns City of Vancouver
    The messages appear to come from a B.C. phone number, with a "reminder" that the recipient has an overdue ticket that must be settled.
    Crime
    Jun 29
  • ICBC issues warning about gas relief rebate scam texts
    ICBC is warning people of fake texts appearing to come from the insurer about the upcoming $110 fuel rebate. Anyone who gets one is urged to delete it, and not to click any links.
    Crime
    Mar 27
  • More results below advertisement
  • ‘Throwaway kids’: Allegations of human trafficking, mistreatment at Ont. group home chain
    A Global News investigation into one of Ontario's largest for-profit group home providers has revealed alarming allegations.
    Investigations
    Nov 21
  • Sask. RCMP warn about ‘escort’ service text message extortion scam
    The Saskatchewan RCMP are joining the Regina Police Service in warning the public about a new scam involving a text message, a payment demand and threats against loved ones.
    Canada
    Aug 18
  • Toronto businessman allegedly focus of Chinese interference probes: sources
    Canadian authorities are investigating Toronto businessman Wei Chengyi for his alleged role in a Chinese government scheme to interfere in Canada's 2019 federal election.
    Investigations
    Nov 16
  • More results below advertisement
  • Quebec to give people up to $600, if they make under $100K, due to inflation spike
    The Quebec government is again giving adults in the province, who make up to $100,000 a year, hundreds of dollars to ease the burden of rising inflation.
    Canada
    Nov 9
  • Canada Goose says COVID lockdowns, closures in China hurting its business
    Canada Goose Holdings cut its full-year revenue and profit forecast on Wednesday, with persistent COVID-related lockdowns and store closures in China hurting its business.
    Money
    Nov 2
  • Exclusive: James Smith Cree Nation killer’s partner shares story of brutality, survival and hope
    Vanessa Burns, ex-partner of James Smith Cree Nation mass murderer Myles Sanderson, speaks out for the first time about 15 years of manipulation and horrific violence.
    Crime
    Nov 1
  • More results below advertisement
  • Phone bank fraud is rising in Canada. How to protect yourself from being scammed
    The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre has received an increasing number of reports of scam phone calls and texts from fraudsters claiming to be from a financial institution.
    Canada
    Nov 2
  • Wei Chengyi statement
    [CC.NEWS Report on November 17, 2022] On November 16, Global News (Canada) published a signed report, “Toronto businessman allegedly focus of Chinese interference probes: sources”. Our reporter interviewed the Honorary President WEI Chengyi and the current President WENG Guoning of the Confederation of Toronto Chinese Canadian Organizations (CTCCO). Reporter: Mr. WEI Chengyi, please share your comments on the November 16 report by Global News...
    World
    Nov 22
  • Alberta received no federal help to deal with protest blockade last winter: inquiry
    The commission was told Thursday that Alberta RCMP had the power to clear the convoy from the border, but it didn't have the tow truck co-operation it needed to get the job done.
    Politics
    Nov 10
  • More results below advertisement
  • Alberta non-profits call for $30M cash injection from province to address ‘crisis’
    Alberta non-profits call for millions in emergency funding from the province citing a "crisis" situation as need increases and revenues drop.
    Economy
    Nov 22
  • B.C.’s outgoing premier makes pitch to provinces, PM to end health gridlock
    “It was a sincere offer to people who I’ve been working with that if there’s anything more I can do to continue to move this down the field, I want to do it.”
    Politics
    Nov 17
  • What happened to FTX? What Canadians should know about the latest crypto collapse
    What is FTX and why is the cryptocurrency industry so concerned about it? Here's what you need to know about the crypto exchange's collapse and the Canadian repercussions.
    Money
    Nov 14
  • More results below advertisement
  • Women still underrepresented in Canadian C Suites despite small gains
    Only five per cent of TSX issuers had a female CEO in 2022, a number that has barely budged since the first year of data collection.
    Economy
    Nov 18
  • Canada sanctions 22 Belarusian officials over Ukraine war as opposition leader visits
    The announcement comes as the country's exiled opposition leader, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, visits Ottawa for meetings with Joly, members of Parliament and senators.
    Canada
    Nov 22
  • Uber probing ‘cybersecurity incident’ after report of breach
    A person, claiming responsibility for the hack, told the New York Times that he had sent a text message to an Uber employee claiming to be a corporate IT person.
    World
    Sep 16
  • More results below advertisement
  • As N.S. town grapples with youth mental health, parents search for solutions
    The town of Yarmouth, N.S., has lost multiple teenagers to their mental health struggles in recent years. Two of their parents are now working to help others who are struggling.
    Canada
    Nov 25
  • UofT students return from trip to New Jersey to find belongings outside
    Mohammed and Abdullah Mohammed, international students from Dubai studying at the University of Toronto, said they received a text on Aug. 31 telling them to move out on Sept. 1.
    Investigations
    Sep 9