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B.C. lighthouse keeper learns what not to do in a wolf encounter - World News
B.C. lighthouse keeper learns what not to do in a wolf encounter 6 days ago
A lighthouse keeper on the remote northern tip of Vancouver Island has some advice after encountering a wolf lurking in some bushes: don’t run.
Indigenous community erased by Halifax Explosion looks to return -World News
Indigenous community erased by Halifax Explosion looks to return 6 days ago
Halifax residents will mark the centennial anniversary of the worst human-made disaster in Canadian history with somber ceremonies in a vibrant city that was painstakingly rebuilt after Dec. 6, 1917.
Saskatchewan to let landlords make the rules on tenants' use of pot -World News
Saskatchewan to let landlords make the rules on tenants' use of pot 6 days ago
Saskatchewan has introduced amendments to legislation that would allow landlords to decide on tenants' marijuana use. Landlords will have the right to create rules against possessing, selling and using marijuana inside the rental property.
Legal age to smoke pot in Manitoba to be 19; home-growing will be banned -World News
Legal age to smoke pot in Manitoba to be 19; home-growing will be banned 6 days ago
Manitoba plans to set 19 as the minimum age to buy and use recreational marijuana once it's legalized in July, but people would not be allowed to grow it at home for their own use.
Woman upset Via wouldn’t let her take service dogs on train -World News
Woman upset Via wouldn’t let her take service dogs on train 6 days ago
A Windsor, Ont., woman who uses a service dog for her anxiety and other issues is upset that Via Rail would not allow her to board a train with two service dogs.
Quebec women's federation chooses first trans leader -World News
Quebec women's federation chooses first trans leader 7 days ago
Gabrielle Bouchard has been named the first trans woman to lead Quebec's main women's advocacy federation.
Halifax Explosion commemoration to recognize hero of tragedy: Vince Coleman -World News
Halifax Explosion commemoration to recognize hero of tragedy: Vince Coleman 7 days ago
Exactly one century after he died, mustachioed train dispatcher Vince Coleman's status as the ultimate Halifax Explosion hero will be cemented Wednesday.
Alleged Toronto stabber Rohinie Bisesar declared unfit to stand trial -World News
Alleged Toronto stabber Rohinie Bisesar declared unfit to stand trial 7 days ago
A woman charged in an apparently unprovoked fatal stabbing in Toronto's financial district was declared unfit to stand trial Tuesday, with a judge ordering her to spend two months receiving treatment at a mental health facility.
N.S. capital to commemorate catastrophic Halifax Explosion 100 years ago -World News
N.S. capital to commemorate catastrophic Halifax Explosion 100 years ago 7 days ago
Sombre ceremonies will be held across Halifax on Wednesday to mark 100 years since the port city was devastated by a wartime blast that killed or injured about 11,000 people.
'I know you killed her:' Jury continues watching Garnier interrogation video -World News
'I know you killed her:' Jury continues watching Garnier interrogation video 7 days ago
Christopher Garnier sniffled as a police interrogator described how he allegedly treated Catherine Campbell's body, using a compost bin to dump it in a wooded area, where it was found amid maggots days later.
Ontario gas plant 'gamed' the system out of $100M, report finds -World News
Ontario gas plant 'gamed' the system out of $100M, report finds 7 days ago
A natural gas plant in Brampton, Ont., "gamed" the system out of approximately $100 million, a regulatory investigation found -- and it's not alone.
Alleged PATH stabber Rohinie Bisesar declared unfit to stand trial -World News
Alleged PATH stabber Rohinie Bisesar declared unfit to stand trial 7 days ago
A lawyer for a woman charged in an apparently unprovoked fatal stabbing in Toronto's financial district says his client has been declared unfit to stand trial.
Laura Babcock is not dead, accused killer tells jury  -World News
Laura Babcock is not dead, accused killer tells jury 7 days ago
A man accused of killing a young woman who vanished more than five years ago told court on Tuesday that he believes she's not dead.
4 teens facing a total of 33 charges in Toronto armed robberies: police -World News
4 teens facing a total of 33 charges in Toronto armed robberies: police 7 days ago
Police say four Toronto boys -- including a 14-year-old alleged to be the driver of a getaway car -- are facing more than 30 charges in two armed robberies.
Man killed less than two hours after being released from Alberta jail -World News
Man killed less than two hours after being released from Alberta jail 7 days ago
RCMP say a 25-year-old man who was released from the Edmonton Remand Centre and was found dead less than two hours later just north of the city was the victim of a homicide.
War Museum teams up with soldier's great-granddaughter to buy Victoria Cross -World News
War Museum teams up with soldier's great-granddaughter to buy Victoria Cross 7 days ago
A rare medal awarded to a Canadian soldier for extreme bravery at the Battle of Passchendaele in 1917 will be staying in Canada thanks to the Canadian War Museum -- and the soldier's great-granddaughter.
Man who left partner after buying winning lotto ticket to get half of prize -World News
Man who left partner after buying winning lotto ticket to get half of prize 7 days ago
An Ontario man who left his common-law partner after buying a winning lottery ticket has been awarded half the roughly $6 million jackpot while the rest of the prize remains in legal limbo.
DND ombudsman urges more health support for Canadian Rangers in the North -World News
DND ombudsman urges more health support for Canadian Rangers in the North 7 days ago
The Defence Department ombudsman says the military should be doing more to provide health support for the Canadian Rangers who patrol vast stretches of the North.
Laura Babcock is not dead, her accused killer tells jury  -World News
Laura Babcock is not dead, her accused killer tells jury 7 days ago
A man accused of killing a young Toronto woman who disappeared five years ago has told the jury in his closing arguments that he believes the woman is alive.
Saskatchewan doctor accused of having sex with patients  -World News
Saskatchewan doctor accused of having sex with patients 7 days ago
A Saskatchewan doctor is facing nearly a dozen disciplinary charges, including allegations that he had sex with several patients and prescribed a large amount of opioids to one of them.
LIVE UPDATES: Blood found in apartment matched DNA of off-duty cop, murder trial hears -World News
LIVE UPDATES: Blood found in apartment matched DNA of off-duty cop, murder trial hears 7 days ago
A jury has heard Catherine Campbell's blood was found inside the Halifax apartment where the off-duty police officer was allegedly murdered.
Last man hanged in Halifax gets veteran's burial, 8 decades later -World News
Last man hanged in Halifax gets veteran's burial, 8 decades later 7 days ago
The last man executed in Nova Scotia will now get a gravestone recognizing his military service during the First World War, more than 80 years after he was hanged for committing murder.
Racist tirade at Calgary grocery store sparks hate crime probe -World News
Racist tirade at Calgary grocery store sparks hate crime probe 7 days ago
Calgary police are investigating a potential hate crime caught on video at a grocery store checkout, where one man can be heard hurling racially-charged insults.
Businessman accused of bilking Filipino temporary workers expected in N.S. court -World News
Businessman accused of bilking Filipino temporary workers expected in N.S. court 7 days ago
A businessman charged with not paying Filipino temporary workers their required wages is expected to be back in Nova Scotia Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Court rules against injured vets in fight for pensions -World News
Court rules against injured vets in fight for pensions 7 days ago
The B.C. Court of Appeal has dealt a devastating blow to a group of injured veterans engaged in a landmark legal battle with the federal government.