"This is one of a few tent cities in Chilliwack. We've all banded together to survive because there are no beds at shelters," said Dawnette Simons, who has been living at the camp since it started five years ago. Simons says the group isn't planning to dispute the order.
This Senators fan absolutely clocks a Maple Leafs fan during a fight in the stands of the Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday.
When they wrote a letter to their father in heaven, young Kollin and Keegan Cass never expected to hear back from some guardian angels. "To Daddy in Heaven" was the message written on the front of an envelope that quickly floated up into the sky after being tied to some colourful, helium-filled balloons. Kollin, who was five at the time and Keegan, three, were marking their first Father's Day without their dad, Kyle Cass, who died of brain cancer in February.
Alan Adams, who now lives in Toronto, was working outside at his cottage in Point La Nim in northern New Brunswick, when he and his roofer spotted a silver fox. "All of a sudden there he is standing there, this absolutely gorgeous animal and we just all stopped and gathered around and watched it," Adams said. Adams posted his pictures on Facebook, and he says his friends from around the world reacted immediately.
Edmonton police are looking to speak with witnesses after a teen allegedly punched eight people at a McDonald's restaurant north of downtown on Saturday. The suspect was taken into custody after the incident, which occurred at around 3:30 p.m. at the McDonald's at 105th Street and 111th Avenue, police said in a media release. The 19-year-old suspect appeared to be intoxicated, McDonald's manager Connie Domingo said.
A property developer has spent the last 30 years transforming his home into a Venetian-style palace. Trevor Wynne-Jones, 81, bought a bungalow near Staines, Surrey for £13,500 in 1966 and immediately demolished it, building a new home in its place. It wasn’t until the 1980s that his imagination began to run wild and he embarked on this remarkable project, which has now gone on the market for £4 million.
A photograph of Windsor's mayor and police chief posing with the president of the local chapter of the Soldiers of Odin is being hailed by one expert as a "propaganda victory" for the controversial group critics denounce as anti-Muslim and anti-immigration. "It's part of a larger pattern we can see the Soldiers of Odin engaging in. It's trying to legitimize their vigilantism as being seen as a member of the community that's supported by law enforcement," said Yannick Veilleux-Lepage, a Ph.D. candidate at the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence.