• Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered by multiple killers, private investigators believe: source

    Private investigators believe that the billionaire Toronto couple found dead at their home in December were murdered by multiple killers, a source with direct knowledge of the parallel probe into their mysterious deaths told CBC Toronto. The new information contradicts a widely circulated theory that Barry and Honey Sherman died as a result of a murder-suicide - a notion that is regarded as fiction by those who knew the Shermans well. Barry, 75, and Honey, 70, were found dead by a real estate agent in the basement of their Toronto mansion on Dec. 15.

  • James Harrison, a Steeler afterthought, is latest veteran to bask in the Patriot Way   

    Harrison posing for pictures of this moment of his career twilight offered the perfect image to encapsulate this remarkable New England run.

  • Ed Sheeran is engaged to long-term girlfriend Cherry Seaborn

    Ed Sheeran and his long-term girlfriend Cherry Seaborn have a big year ahead of them! The singer announced their engagement on Instagram and his fans have gone crazy over the exciting news. The sweet post showed a photo of Ed giving Cherry a kiss on the cheek and the caption: "Got myself a fiancé just before new year. There was a false alarm over Ed and Cherry's engagement last May. Reports circulated that the singer had proposed after Russell Crowe referred to Cherry as Ed's fiancée while on Australia's Fitzy & Wippa radio show.

  • Missing snowmobile rider found dead after going through ice on Sturgeon Lake

    A snowmobile rider who was missing after two people went through the ice on Sturgeon Lake has been found dead, Ontario Provincial Police say. Late Saturday night, police said two snowmobiles had gone under the ice. In a tweet, OPP from its Central Region said Kawartha Lakes Paramedic Services and Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue Service were on the scene, helping in the rescue effort.

  • 3 Stocks That Will Soar With Legalization of Marijuana

    Companies such as Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED) aren’t the only expected beneficiaries from legalization.

  • 'He had no regrets': Friends, family remember whistleblower Shiv Chopra

    Dr. Shiv Chopra's fight to preserve the sanctity of Canada's food system might have cost him his job, but he always believed that fight was worth it. The prominent food safety advocate, perhaps best known for blowing the whistle on Health Canada's drug approval process in the 1990s, died on Jan. 7 at the age of 84. "He would do it all over again in a heartbeat," said his son Anil Chopra, before the ceremony.

  • 'Pen pals for life:' Fort McMurray girl's message in a bottle discovered in England

    Ten-year-old Jacquie Chmilar said it's hard to grasp the fact that a message in a bottle she tossed into the Atlantic ocean floated all the way from Newfoundland to England. Chmilar, who lives in Fort McMurray, was vacationing in Musgrave Harbour, N.L. when her grandfather suggested she toss a plastic bottle with a message inside into the Atlantic Ocean. About four months later in January, the Chmilars got an email from a family in England.