• Ex-Mexican president Fox to PM Trudeau: Don't be 'Judas' and betray us on NAFTA

    Vicente Fox warns that would be a mistake. The former Mexican president told CTV News that it wouldn't do any good if Canada ditched Mexico in pursuit of a one-on-one trade deal with the U.S., in the misguided belief President Donald Trump would go easier on Canada.

  • Dre Kirkpatrick runs back interception for 100 yards, but no TD

    Dre Kirkpatrick had a 100-yard runback ... but didn't score. How?

  • Baker Mayfield gets fired up during coin toss when KU players refuse to shake his hand

    Mayfield stepped forward to exchange "pleasantries" and no one obliged him.

  • Surgeons remove worms, parasites from N. Korean soldier

    Surgeons treating a North Korean soldier who was severely wounded by gunfire while escaping to South Korea have removed dozens of parasites from his body, including presumed roundworms as long as 27 centimetres (11 inches), hospital officials said. The soldier, whose name and rank have not been disclosed, defected to South Korea last Monday by driving a military jeep near a line that divides the Koreas and then rushing across it under a barrage of bullets. Hospital officials said Saturday that it was too early to tell whether he will make a recovery.

  • Saint John tea producer's $100K Dragons' Den deal falls through

    A Saint John couple who successfully pitched their tea business on the CBC Dragons' Den episode that aired Thursday night says their $100,000 deal has fallen through because of a previous agreement their investor had. At that time, Dragon Jim Treliving agreed to invest $100,000 in exchange for 20 per cent of the company that uses an innovative flash-freezing technique to seal in the nutrients of loose-leaf tea. At the end of the summer, however, they found out another tea company Treliving was already invested in has a non-compete clause.

  • How a Facebook lie about Thunder Bay woman killed by trailer hitch spread

    Tia Nicholaichuk said she was struck by how quickly the rumours spread on Facebook about Barbara Kentner, the Anishinaabe woman who died this summer after she was struck by a trailer hitch thrown from a moving car in northern Ontario. The 34-year-old social work student from Thunder Bay, Ont. said she was also bothered by the tone of some Facebook comments directed at Kentner after her family announced she was dying and also after her death. "The lies had been going around for quite a while." said Nicholaichuk.

  • Bird Shatters Plane's Nose, Gets Stuck on Approach to Miami Airport

    A plane approaching Miami International Airport collided with a bird mid-air on Tuesday, November 14, fracturing the plane’s nose and causing the bird to become trapped. Despite the collision, the American Airlines Airbus A319 flying in from Mexico City was able to land safely, according to local reports. While birdstrikes are not uncommon, a bird’s body becoming entangled into the plane is, according to one airport worker. “Normally you might see some feathers and blood but not the entire bird,” the employee told Storyful. Credit: Anonymous via Storyful