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Vancouver's push for temporary modular housing facing pushback - World News
Vancouver's push for temporary modular housing facing pushback 4 days ago
Construction has hardly begun at the first of Vancouver's temporary modular housing projects and already pushback is mounting against the city's latest strategy to house its homeless.
Bear Clan patrols Thunder Bay to protect city's most vulnerable -World News
Bear Clan patrols Thunder Bay to protect city's most vulnerable 4 days ago
A group of Indigenous volunteers known as the Thunder Bay Bear Clan Patrol is patrolling the streets to help protect the homeless and other groups from violence in the community’s most dangerous neighbourhoods.
'This is Canada': Skaters glide across Parliament Hill's first ice rink -World News
'This is Canada': Skaters glide across Parliament Hill's first ice rink 4 days ago
A skating rink on Parliament Hill that gained national attention for its multi-million-dollar price tag and laundry list of rules opened to the public on Thursday.
Woman accused of driving 60 km/h under speed limit on Ontario highway -World News
Woman accused of driving 60 km/h under speed limit on Ontario highway 4 days ago
Police say an Ottawa-area woman is facing charges for allegedly driving 60 km/h under the speed limit on Highway 401 in eastern Ontario.
GoFundMe page for murdered Hamilton teen is 'unauthorized': police -World News
GoFundMe page for murdered Hamilton teen is 'unauthorized': police 4 days ago
Police in Hamilton, Ont. have issued a warning about an “unauthorized” GoFundMe page purportedly created to help the family of 19-year-old murder victim Yosif Al-Hasnawi.
'My hands were on her neck,' Garnier says during police interview -World News
'My hands were on her neck,' Garnier says during police interview 4 days ago
Christopher Garnier told police he put his hands on Catherine Campbell's neck and removed them after hearing gasps before the off-duty police officer died, his murder trial has heard.
Investigators looking into cause of massive Ont. meat plant fire  -World News
Investigators looking into cause of massive Ont. meat plant fire 4 days ago
A massive blaze gutted a meat processing plant in Burlington, Ont., sending up an enormous cloud of smoke that blanketed the area and triggered several road closures.
Judge instructs jury in Babcock case about
Judge instructs jury in Babcock case about "complex" body of circumstantial evidence 4 days ago
The judge at the trial of two men accused of killing a young Toronto woman five years ago and then burning her body is to begin his legal instructions to the jury today.
Eight year old karate kid goes viral with Darth Maul skills -World News
Eight year old karate kid goes viral with Darth Maul skills 4 days ago
The Force is strong with eight-year-old Ontario boy Savino Quatela, who is dazzling online viewers and the martial arts world with weapon skills he developed in part from watching Darth Maul in 'Star Wars.'
Tears, tributes as Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall bids farewell to legislature -World News
Tears, tributes as Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall bids farewell to legislature 4 days ago
There were tears and tributes as Brad Wall bid farewell to the Saskatchewan legislature after a decade in the premier's office.
Gymnastics Canada suspends Edmonton-based coach because of sex-abuse allegations -World News
Gymnastics Canada suspends Edmonton-based coach because of sex-abuse allegations 4 days ago
Gymnastics Canada suspended an Edmonton-based coach on Thursday amid allegations he sexually abused some of his former students.
Toronto man charged with posing as police officer on social media -World News
Toronto man charged with posing as police officer on social media 4 days ago
A Toronto man accused of misrepresenting himself as a cop on social media and asking people for money has been charged with impersonating a police officer.
College tuition refund number release delayed, ministry still compiling figures -World News
College tuition refund number release delayed, ministry still compiling figures 4 days ago
The provincial government says the release of the number of students seeking a tuition refund after a five-week-long strike cancelled classes at Ontario's colleges could be delayed as much as a week.
Coach banned from Edmonton gym amid sexual-abuse allegations -World News
Coach banned from Edmonton gym amid sexual-abuse allegations 4 days ago
An Edmonton gym has banned a gymnastics coach from its premises amid allegations he sexually abused some of his former students.
LIVE UPDATES: Garnier wrote letter to slain off-duty officer's family during police interview -World News
LIVE UPDATES: Garnier wrote letter to slain off-duty officer's family during police interview 4 days ago
Christopher Garnier wrote a letter to Catherine Campbell's family during an interview with police hours after he was arrested in the off-duty police officer's death.
'Christmas miracle': Good Samaritan returns lost box of cash destined for children’s hospital  -World News
'Christmas miracle': Good Samaritan returns lost box of cash destined for children’s hospital 5 days ago
A Good Samaritan’s honesty is being praised by police and a local pizza shop owner in B.C. after he returned a box filled with thousands of dollars in cash destined for a children’s hospital.
Caught on camera: Package delivered to porch, stolen minutes later -World News
Caught on camera: Package delivered to porch, stolen minutes later 5 days ago
An Ottawa-area couple is warning others about so-called “porch pirates,” after catching one of the thieves in the act on a security camera
Sex assault trial starts more than a year after complainant's death -World News
Sex assault trial starts more than a year after complainant's death 5 days ago
More than a year after Kassidi Coyle took her own life, the man accused of sexually assaulting her is set to face trial in central Ontario.
Huge fire at Ont. meat plant blankets area in smoke -World News
Huge fire at Ont. meat plant blankets area in smoke 5 days ago
A massive blaze gutted a meat processing plant in Burlington, Ont., sending up an enormous cloud of smoke that blanketed the area and triggered several road closures.
Judge to begin charge to jury in Laura Babcock murder trial  -World News
Judge to begin charge to jury in Laura Babcock murder trial 5 days ago
The judge at the trial of two men accused of killing a young Toronto woman five years ago and then burning her body is to begin his legal instructions to the jury today.
As pot becomes legal, parallels drawn to the waning days of alcohol prohibition -World News
As pot becomes legal, parallels drawn to the waning days of alcohol prohibition 5 days ago
A notorious 1922 police shooting in southwestern Alberta and the sensational trial that followed caused many to wonder whether enforcing alcohol prohibition was worth the trouble.
Leader of P.E.I. NDP to step down immediately after byelection loss -World News
Leader of P.E.I. NDP to step down immediately after byelection loss 5 days ago
The leader of the NDP in P.E.I. is reportedly stepping down after a recent byelection loss saw the party come fourth. Mike Redmond has told media outlets on the Island that it is time for him to move on after serving as leader for five years.
Halifax Explosion: How one of the city's last standing churches helped after the blast -World News
Halifax Explosion: How one of the city's last standing churches helped after the blast 5 days ago
Historian Blair Beed said that after the Halifax Explosion, the last standing church in the north end of the city transformed into a vital headquarters for handing out aid and housing survivors.
Teen thanks 'hero' passenger who intervened in SkyTrain attack -World News
Teen thanks 'hero' passenger who intervened in SkyTrain attack 5 days ago
A suspect has been charged after a teenage girl says she was attacked on a commuter train in Vancouver because she was wearing a hijab.
Halifax Explosion: How the city's lone standing church helped after the blast -World News
Halifax Explosion: How the city's lone standing church helped after the blast 5 days ago
Historian Blair Beed said that after the Halifax Explosion, the city's last standing church transformed into a vital headquarters for handing out aid and housing survivors.