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Toronto library board revising room-booking policy after controversial memorial - World News
Toronto library board revising room-booking policy after controversial memorial 2 hours ago
The Toronto Public Library board voted Monday evening in favour of changing its rental policy following a controversial memorial at a west-end branch this summer.
Six-year-old boy's quick thinking helps save diabetic mother's life -World News
Six-year-old boy's quick thinking helps save diabetic mother's life 4 hours ago
A vigilant six-year-old boy is being heralded by his community with a "Citizen Life-Saving Award" for calling dialing 911 and helping save his diabetic mother's life.
Construction to go ahead on Site C dam, but cost soars to $10.7 billion -World News
Construction to go ahead on Site C dam, but cost soars to $10.7 billion 5 hours ago
The B.C. government had no choice but to complete the Site C hydroelectric dam rather than absorb a $4 billion hit to its bottom line by cancelling the project, which would have jeopardized plans for more spending on schools, hospitals and bridges, Premie
N.L. man who attacked girlfriend with coat hanger gets discharge -World News
N.L. man who attacked girlfriend with coat hanger gets discharge 6 hours ago
A 20-year-old Newfoundland man who was found guilty of attacking his ex-girlfriend has been granted a discharge after his lawyer argued a criminal record would “hamper his plans” for the future.
B.C. to complete Site C dam, cost rises to $10.7B -World News
B.C. to complete Site C dam, cost rises to $10.7B 6 hours ago
The Site C hydroelectric dam will be completed with the backing of British Columbia's NDP government, but it is warning the price tag will be higher than estimated.
Crown to appeal stay against man accused in 'Surrey Six' murder case -World News
Crown to appeal stay against man accused in 'Surrey Six' murder case 7 hours ago
The Crown is appealing a judge's decision to stay a murder charge against a man at a trial stemming from the murders of six people in Surrey, B.C.
Winnipeg woman charged in death of teen with autism -World News
Winnipeg woman charged in death of teen with autism 9 hours ago
The RCMP in Manitoba have charged a woman inconnection with the 2016 death of an 18-year-old woman with severe autism who died in a foster home.
Ontario premier files statement of claim against opposition leader -World News
Ontario premier files statement of claim against opposition leader 9 hours ago
A statement of claim was filed today in order for Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to be able to continue with her case against Patrick Brown.
B.C. farm company investigating carbon monoxide exposure of 43 workers -World News
B.C. farm company investigating carbon monoxide exposure of 43 workers 9 hours ago
A company says it is investigating to determine if changes are needed in its operations after dozens of workers were exposed to carbon monoxide at one of its farm in Delta, B.C., on the weekend.
'We did our best:' Sentencing argument delay for ski resort that cut down trees -World News
'We did our best:' Sentencing argument delay for ski resort that cut down trees 9 hours ago
Sentencing arguments for a world-renowned Alberta ski resort that admitted to cutting down some endangered trees have been delayed for seven months -- much to the frustration of the judge hearing the case.
OPP cracking down on distracted truckers by patrolling in transport trucks -World News
OPP cracking down on distracted truckers by patrolling in transport trucks 10 hours ago
Ontario Provincial Police are patrolling the province's roads in transport trucks this week in an effort to crack down on distracted driving by commercial truck drivers.
B.C. man charged with animal cruelty after dog nearly dies of fleas -World News
B.C. man charged with animal cruelty after dog nearly dies of fleas 12 hours ago
An advocacy group says an animal cruelty charge has been laid against a British Columbia man after a dog nearly died of a serious flea infestation.
Ontario on track for $4B deficit in 2017-2018: FAO -World News
Ontario on track for $4B deficit in 2017-2018: FAO 12 hours ago
Ontario's fiscal watchdog says the Liberal government will run a deficit this fiscal year, despite claims it has balanced the budget.
Happy Valley-Goose Bay mayor made superhuman effort to get help after being shot -World News
Happy Valley-Goose Bay mayor made superhuman effort to get help after being shot 12 hours ago
Friends of a Labrador mayor say he somehow got on a snowmobile and reached a nearby highway to flag down help after he was shot in the lower face while hunting.
Relatives of murdered seniors set to ask to take part in public inquiry -World News
Relatives of murdered seniors set to ask to take part in public inquiry 12 hours ago
Relatives of murdered seniors, along with advocacy and health-care groups, are among four dozen applicants seeking to participate in a public inquiry sparked by a nurse who killed eight elderly long-term-care residents in Ontario.
Liberals on track for $4B deficit in 2017-2018: FAO -World News
Liberals on track for $4B deficit in 2017-2018: FAO 13 hours ago
Ontario's fiscal watchdog says the Liberal government will run a deficit this fiscal year, despite claims it has balanced the budget.
LIVE UPDATES: Garnier tells Halifax murder trial off-duty cop asked him to choke her -World News
LIVE UPDATES: Garnier tells Halifax murder trial off-duty cop asked him to choke her 14 hours ago
Christopher Garnier says Catherine Campbell coaxed him into choking her during sex play, and urged him to apply more pressure before she died.
How educators are tackling differences in math confidence between boys and girls -World News
How educators are tackling differences in math confidence between boys and girls 14 hours ago
Confidence in math has become a major problem for girls, research and data show. Experts believe it is one of the reasons women are vastly outnumbered by men in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Syrian refugee thanks Canada for 'amazing' two years -World News
Syrian refugee thanks Canada for 'amazing' two years 14 hours ago
It’s been two years of adjusting to Canadian life and Canadian winters for those who arrived on the first plane of Syrian refugees. CTVNews.ca has the full interview with one engineering student about his “amazing” two years.
Snow in the GTA expected to cause traffic headaches during Monday afternoon rush hour -World News
Snow in the GTA expected to cause traffic headaches during Monday afternoon rush hour 14 hours ago
Southern Ontario’s first dose of snowfall is expected to cause some headaches for afternoon commuters Monday.
Maritime Link sends first electricity between Newfoundland, Nova Scotia -World News
Maritime Link sends first electricity between Newfoundland, Nova Scotia 15 hours ago
For the first time, electricity has been sent between Newfoundland and Nova Scotia through the new Maritime Link.
Coyotes attack blind husky, owner fights them off with a bat  -World News
Coyotes attack blind husky, owner fights them off with a bat 16 hours ago
A Cape Breton man is worried about increasingly aggressive coyotes in the area after a pair of them attacked his blind husky during a routine walk through the neighbourhood.
LIVE UPDATES: Garnier's defence lawyer argues Campbell died accidentally during rough sex -World News
LIVE UPDATES: Garnier's defence lawyer argues Campbell died accidentally during rough sex 16 hours ago
Christopher Garnier has taken the stand at his trial in the death of off-duty police officer Catherine Campbell.
Nova Scotia community hopes rocket launch site will revitalize economy -World News
Nova Scotia community hopes rocket launch site will revitalize economy 18 hours ago
Residents of a sleepy fishing village on Nova Scotia's eastern coast are looking to the stars to breathe new life into their economy as a proposal to install Canada's only commercial spaceport inches closer to becoming a reality.
B.C. to announce decision on Site C dam -World News
B.C. to announce decision on Site C dam 20 hours ago
British Columbia Premier John Horgan will be giving his government's decision on the future of the controversial Site C hydroelectric dam this morning.