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OTTAWA - Ukrainian-Canadians marched in Ottawa Sunday in an attempt to convince some of the world's bigger powers to force Russia to release its grip on Ukraine's Crimea region.
One person is dead following a three-vehicle crash that has now closed Highway 401's westbound collector lanes this morning. according to Toronto EMS.
Pediatric sleep doctors in Ottawa and Toronto say the number of children who suffer from a certain sleep disorder, which involves pauses in breathing while sleeping, continues to grow rapidly due to the rising number of children who are obese.
This weekend's warm weather has a downside - the temporary closure of the Rideau Canal.
A security loophole in the Fredericton Transit system means some bus users could be getting a free ride.
Some addictions specialists continue to lobby the Nova Scotia government to approve a drug other than methadone for broader use, a move the Kentville police chief says would make the streets safer.
The last couple of weeks of warmer weather and wet, heavy snow across have created extremely dangerous avalanche conditions in the mountainous regions of British Columbia and Alberta.
A P.E.I. medicinal marijuana co-op has tweaked its plan for membership after being questioned by a regional medicinal marijuana lobby group.
People in Come By Chance are in shock after the mayor's son was killed in a weekend avalanche in British Columbia.
Jozsef Fejes was given a challenge: Make a program to create an image that contains all RGB colors exactly once. The result was a colourful coral generator which was oddly beautiful. Fejes states that even with every optimization he could think of, some of these creations took up to 8 hours to…
JERUSALEM - Israeli guards shot and killed a Palestinian on Monday as he tried to grab a rifle from an Israeli soldier at the border crossing between the West Bank and Jordan, the military said. The shooting took place at the Allenby crossing as the Palestinian was going from Jordan into the West…
Halifax police are investigating after a man was found dead in a south-end residence on Sunday night.
Canada promised almost a year ago to take in 1,300 Syrian refugees, but so far only 10 have arrived, CBC News has learned. Meanwhile, as fingers are being pointed, the UN is asking Canada to take in even more because of the growing humanitarian crisis.
Owners of a medical marijuana grow-op, now well-established in a former chocolate factory in Smiths Falls, Ont., hope to spur on further economic development in the small town.
It’s no secret that when Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets with Korean president Park Geun-hye Tuesday it will be to sign a free trade deal.
Ontario parents are outraged over how their developmentally disabled adult son is confined to a hospital room — watched by security guards 24/7 — because the system doesn’t have a placement for him elsewhere.
The pushers are out, the pot entrepreneurs are in, and so are the marijuana-infused bath salts. Welcome to the great Colorado experiment in legalized pot.
People in Ontario and Atlantic Canada face financial hardship that other Canadians don't when it comes to accessing cancer treatments taken orally, a coalition of more than 30 cancer organizations says.
A St. John's woman says she does not understand why it is expected take almost two years for her son to see a specialist about his behavioural problems.