• Princess Eugenie is engaged to longtime love Jack Brooksbank

    Princess Eugenie and her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank have given the world another royal wedding to look forward to! The longtime couple are happily engaged, and the royal's dad Prince Andrew took to Twitter to share his excitement along with a sweet photo. More officially, Buckingham Palace also released a statement, confirming: "The Duke and Duchess of York are delighted to announce the engagement of Princess Eugenie to Mr Jack Brooksbank. Jack's parents, Nicola and George Brooksbank, also shared their joy in a brief statement.

  • Dark family secrets: Anonymous letter uncovers child welfare records

    Like any other day, Kelly Courtoreille Wright checked her mailbox when she got to work, but what she found inside it changed her life. Courtoreille Wright was a maternal child health worker for the North Peace Tribal Council in High Level, 740 kilometres northwest of Edmonton. "It was like, holy crap," Courtoreille Wright told CBC News.

  • Evacuations ordered, highway closed as fire rages at Port Coquitlam, B.C. train yard

    An area roughly one kilometre around a Canadian Pacific Railway yard in Port Coquitlam, B.C., is being evacuated as a fire rages, according to police. The 6:35 p.m. PT collision caused no injuries, the City of Port Coquitlam said in a statement, and CN says there are no toxic materials on the train.

  • Father and teenaged daughter dead after tragic ATV accident

    The bodies of two missing persons have been recovered after an all-terrain vehicle carrying three people was caught in a deep and fast-moving creek near Campbell River on Sunday. Search and rescue crews from Campbell River, Comox Valley and Port Alberni were dispatched Sunday morning to Woods Creek. "The person recovered yesterday was a young girl, I believe, 15 years of age and was the daughter of the gentleman recovered today," said Daryl Beck with Campbell River Search and Rescue.

  • Saskatchewan family sells everything, moves to Alberta in search of jobs

    Christine Angst and her spouse, Jeremy Dole, were lifelong Saskatchewan residents until last November, when they decided to sell everything they owned and move to Alberta in search of work. Dole and his nephew decided to combine their money and head to Alberta.

  • How Kate and Meghan Markle approach photos differently

    Meghan Markle has hundreds of photographs in her future as prepares to join the royal family, who are constantly snapped on official outings and at events. While the duchess rarely looks directly at the camera, Meghan tends to face photographers front-on. Last week, Meghan and her royal fiancé Prince Harry dazzled crowds in Wales.

  • Owner euthanized dog that left 6-year-old girl with 75 stitches to her face

    The dog that attacked a 6-year-old Windsor girl leaving her with 75 stitches on her face has been voluntarily euthanized by its owner. The young girl's grandmother wrote about the incident in a series of Facebook posts beginning on Jan. 6. The woman wrote her granddaughter was attending a sleepover when she was attacked, leaving her with wounds to her head and leg that required dozens of stitches.