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Toronto police have said little so far about an investigation that saw an Esso gas station cordoned off near Danforth and Greenwood avenues on Sunday.
Unionized container truck drivers at Port Metro Vancouver have voted to reject a tentative deal drawn up Thursday by veteran labour mediator Vince Ready, and are set to go on strike Monday.
CALGARY - Media reports say two more children belonging to a fringe Jewish sect will be placed in the care of children's aid after being stopped at Calgary International Airport. Published reports say a 17-year-old girl and her infant daughter — both members of Lev Tahor —were met by police Sunday…
A knife-wielding man who embarked on a vicious stabbing spree inside an east Hamilton apartment complex on Saturday night appeared to have “lost his mind,” said one of the victims.
A Chinese local official imprisoned for alleged crimes gives a firsthand account of a political culture open to vendettas and forced confessions in a secret detention system. His story is one of several told exclusively to The Associated Press. (March 10)
The brother of a North Texas man who was aboard the Malaysia Airlines flight that went missing over the South China Sea said Sunday his family is leaning on their faith as they wait for news about the man they last saw about a week ago. (March 9)
A fight that erupted outside the Tibetan Canadian Cultural Centre overnight has left one man dead and sent another to hospital, police say.
Alberta's biggest craft brewery is expanding across the Rockies to join B.C.'s booming craft beer industry, and says it has found the perfect location in Vancouver.
A Memorial University researcher says marine conservation efforts often miss the mark because they don't target areas truly under threat. In a study published in the journal Aquatic Conservation, Rodolphe Devillers says protection is often granted in areas where it won't inconvenience fishing and…
MASNA, Lebanon - Rebels in Syria freed more than a dozen Greek Orthodox nuns on Monday, ending their four-month captivity in exchange for Syrian authorities releasing dozens of female prisoners. The release of the nuns and their helpers, 16 women in all, is a rare successful prisoner exchange deal…
Warm weather in southern Alberta on Sunday is flooding some Calgary roads and has residents concerned about potential damage to property.
Some river valley trail-users are upset over proposed changes to a narrow path south of Terwillegar Park.
A Northern Manitoba community has been given the OK to use water in their community – but they say they’ll still be using bottled water instead.
Police are searching for a male suspect after they say a 53-year-old woman was stabbed in an unprovoked attack in Mississauga on Sunday morning.
Two more Lev Tahor members have been apprehended at the Calgary International Airport.
Dozens were injured during a performance at a high school in Anaheim, California, when the stage collapsed plunging performers into a 10 foot pit. The performance by Rosary High School at the so-called Red and Gold Rally took place At Servite High School on March 8 with up to 400 people in…
People in Nebraska are surprised to hear their state has come up in a hot Canadian political debate. Tell folks here that the Parti Quebecois cites Nebraska's law on religious clothing as a precedent, and prepare for a series of puzzled stares.
SAINT-JEROME, Que. - Media baron Pierre Karl Peladeau shook up the Quebec election campaign on Sunday, announcing he's decided to run for the Parti Quebecois. Flanked by PQ Leader Pauline Marois, Peladeau told a news conference he's worked for 25 years to build up Quebecor Media Inc. (TSX:QBR.B)…
OTTAWA - Ukrainian-Canadians marched in Ottawa Sunday in an attempt to convince some of the world's bigger powers to force Russia to remove its grip on Ukraine's Crimea region. Only France's ambassador, Philippe Zeller, personally spoke with the dozens of protesters as they waved flags and…
Toronto paramedics say they were called to the scene of an apparent stabbing near Pape and Danforth avenues late Sunday afternoon.