OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear the appeals of a Calgary couple found guilty of killing their diabetic teenage son.
Cadets had the rare opportunity to get a different view of Timmins, by flying in a two-person propeller plane over the city. Source link
LONDON, ONT. — London Public Library board member Jeremy McCall has resigned from the library board, blaming online fallout from comments made by city
Marijuana is expected to be legal in Canada by September after the Senate passed Bill C-45, setting it up for Royal Assent. 1. Marijuana
TORONTO — For the seventh time in two days, an earthquake has rattled off the B.C. coast. The 6.2-magnitude earthquake was detected 188 kilometres
A Nigerian-born hockey player has accepted the apology of a minor league equipment manager who wore blackface to the team’s Halloween party in 2011.
WINDSOR — A Windsor brewery is expanding. Craft Heads Brewing Company is located at the corner of Pelissier and University. If Windsor city council
MONTREAL — On the 30th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, Montreal police have announced that they have arrested an anti-feminist blogger who they allege
OTTAWA — Today you can truly say it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Snow will accompany the first day of the final
SASKATOON — The driver of an SUV was charged with disobeying an amber light after a two-vehicle crash Wednesday morning, police say. The SUV