• Shane Doan voices displeasure at Martin Hanzal trade

    Arizona Coyotes captain Shane Doan did not seem pleased with his team’s trade of forward Martin Hanzal to the Minnesota Wild on Sunday. During an intermission interview between Doan and Fox Sports Arizona, the franchise’s leading scorer showed some raw emotion in regards to the Coyote’s decision to deal Hanzal, a core member of the team since the 2007-08 season.

  • 'It's nerve-racking': Life on the Quebec border in Trump's America

    The search lights flooding his windows, the helicopters overhead, the woman who knocked on his door late one night asking how to get to Canada - it has all become too much for Tim Lamb. The 25-year-old, who lives in Champlain, N.Y., within a few hundred metres of the border, decided to get a German shepherd to help him feel safe. Lamb is among the residents whose quiet lives have been upended by the recent surge in illegal crossings into Quebec.

  • Police locate person of interest after girl, 14, finds substance on her back at the mall

    Winnipeg police have identified and interviewed a person of interest after a 14-year-old girl found what police believe may have been a bodily fluid on her back while at St. Vital Centre last Sunday. The man co-operated with investigators and charges will only be considered "once the forensic examination of the substance seized has been verified and concluded," police said in a news release.

  • Amal Clooney makes first red carpet appearance since pregnancy news

    TAP FOR GALLERY Amal stole the show in custom Versace. It was revealed earlier this month that the happy couple are set to welcome twins in the spring. Amal looked like a proud wife as she accompanied George to the ceremony, where he was later presented with the night's Honorary Award.

  • Baylor women's coach says parents concerned about sexual assault scandal should be 'knocked right in the face'

    Kim Mulkey, the head coach of the women’s basketball team at Baylor University, had strong words for parents who were concerned about female students’ safety on campus. After the women’s team clinched the Big 12 regular season title on Saturday, Mulkey used her postgame speech to defend her school, which has been under fire for a sexual assault scandal under former football coach Art Briles.

  • Celine Dion on why she won’t let son René-Charles be the man of the house

    Celine Dion is determined to ensure that her eldest son René-Charles doesn’t take on the duty of “man of the house.” Over a year since the tragic passing of her beloved husband René Angélil, the Power of Love singer admitted that she has become the “leader” of her family. “When [René] left, he came inside of all of my kids’ hearts and mine, he gave the rest of his 50 percent for me to be complete, to continue the rest of my life, to feel strong and to believe that I can still do this and he will always be with me,” the mom-of-three - René-Charles, 16, and twins Eddy and Nelson, 6 - told Entertainment Tonight. Despite the absence of a family patriarch, the GRAMMY-winner does not want René-Charles to fill his father’s shoes.

  • Turkish couple arrested by Surrey RCMP after crossing into B.C. illegally

    Surrey RCMP says it has turned two Turkish citizens - a man and a woman - over to Canadian immigration officials after they were arrested by officers on Saturday for entering B.C. from the U.S. illegally. "The two were detained under the Immigration Act and were cooperative with police," said Surrey RCMP in a release. The force says it cannot confirm if the couple are seeking refugee status in Canada, due to a language barrier.