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Using a 3D printer, scientists have made an elastic membrane that closely mimics the outer layer of the heart's wall.
A Winnipeg man says his home is slowly collapsing because eight mature trees, owned by the city, are damaging the house's foundation.
After coming across a lost boy in a park, the Beltran family realized they had never taught their children their parents’ names – they only knew the parents as Mommy and Daddy. Once they learned the Beltrans real names, their youngest son Mateo felt a little empowered. For the most part the parents…
SEOUL, South Korea - Prime Minister Stephen Harper has arrived in Seoul, where he is widely expected to announce a free-trade deal with South Korea.
Unifor Local 444 members have voted 97 per cent in favour of a strike mandate at Caesars Windsor.
Early stages of an investigation into the cause of a house fire near Saskatoon's Clarence Avenue point to unattended candles as the source of the blaze.
“An important fact to mention is that there were no smoke detectors in any of the apartments involved,” said the division fire chief on the scene.
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.
Trustees with Newfoundland and Labrador's largest school board are planning a rejig of schools in Mount Pearl, Paradise as well as the Goulds area of St. John's.
People in Come By Chance are in shock after the mayor's son was killed in a weekend avalanche in British Columbia.
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.
While suicides of soldiers battling post-traumatic stress disorder have captured news headlines recently, there are calls to help paramedics and other first responders who also struggle with PTSD.
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 young man was listed in serious condition after his all-terrain vehicle hit a car head-on in Colliers on Sunday night.
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.