Top Stories Toronto college investigates after dozens of students treated for stomach illness 2017-01-20T12:43:51.000000Z More than 70 Humber College students at a campus residence fell ill Thursday night with some type of gastrointestinal illness, but the cause of the sudden outbreak remains unknown. Ontario chief suggests class action lawsuit to stop Indigenous youth suicides 2017-01-20T12:30:00.000000Z It's time for First Nations leaders to consider a class action suit against the federal government on behalf of Indigenous youth who have died by suicide, says Isadore Day, the Ontario Regional Chief with the Assembly of First Nations. Beware! Friends, family, secretly snooping on your Facebook account 2017-01-20T11:00:00.000000Z A new study on "social insider attacks" — where attackers personally know their victims — estimates that 24 per cent of survey participants had accessed someone's Facebook account without them knowing. Bucking protectionist trends, Canada cuts $48M worth of food tariffs 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z As the incoming Trump administration talks about piling on new tariffs to discourage imports and protect American jobs, the Canadian government is quietly moving in the opposite direction. About 200 tariffs have been eliminated to make Canadian food manufacturers more competitive. Canadians appear to be more hateful online. Here's what you can do about it 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z An analysis of Canada’s online behaviour commissioned by CBC’s Marketplace suggests a 600 per cent jump in the past year in how often Canadians use language online that’s racist, Islamophobic, sexist or otherwise intolerant. Here are 7 strategies to help you deal. U.S. airlines offer low-cost fares banning carry-on bags. Will Canada follow? 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z Both American and United Airlines will soon be offering a bare bones "basic economy" fare that excludes access to the overhead bin for carry-on. The same deal will soon be offered by major Canadian airlines, predicts one expert. Prior leaks of navy info were on RCMP's radar before vice-admiral's removal 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z RCMP officers looked into a pair of information leaks related to navy projects prior to this week's suspension of a top admiral, CBC News has learned. News of the separate investigations comes as the Liberal government reassures allies the controversy involving Vice-Admiral Mark Norman has not compr... The U.S. descends into brutality as the real-life Archie Bunker is sworn in as president: Neil Macdonald 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z Nominally, a presidential inauguration is a moment for the nation to come together and celebrate the peaceful handover of power to a democratically elected leader. Nowadays, that’s just a fantasy. Why not speaking French is such a disadvantage in Conservative leadership race 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z Kevin O'Leary joins the Conservative leadership race as one of several candidates who lack proficiency in French. The electoral math suggests this puts O'Leary and others at a distinct disadvantage in their quests to become party leader and prime minister. How history could make strange bedfellows of Obama and Trump: Keith Boag 2017-01-20T10:00:00.000000Z There might come a day when Obama will be grateful it was Trump and not a purebred Republican who became the custodian of his legacy, Keith Boag writes.