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: A Caledonia family is homeless after a $700k fire caused by an unattended deep fryer

: Surrey RCMP are looking for more information about a collision that occurred in Surrey Wednesday evening.

: Paul Verhoeven has always been ahead of his time. With his fascist, bug squashing 1997 sci-fi gorefest, he was exactly 20 years ahead.

: The High Park Zoo capybaras that spent several weeks on the lam last spring after breaking out of their enclosures are now parents with their own capybaras to corral.

: With thousands of homes backing onto 300 kilometres of rear alleys across the city?, laneway rentals could become useful sources of supplementary income for homeowners

: After the war, architect Jan Albarda settled with his family in Toronto, where one of his most breathtaking designs can be seen

: Home in a converted church features Tudor-style timbers up close

: Housing is so unaffordable that even middle-income families have trouble finding suitable housing options

: Two years after the Valuing Mental Health Report was published, advocates say the government needs to speed up implementing the outstanding...

: Earlier this year, the Paintbox building at Sackville and Dundas Streets had several suites available for sale, including this two-bedroom corner unit

: In the 1980s, this mid-rise building was designed with only 28 large luxury units, with direct elevator access, an on-site pool and fitness and recreational amenities

: with a citywide lack of listings on the market, the timeline to sell this two-bedroom-plus-solarium suite in an early-1990s building was short

: Shoppers interested in moving into the Pears building on Avenue Road had several suites to chose from in mid-February, but few were as large as this two-bedroom corner unit

: VICE go behind the scenes on a straight-to-DVD British gangster film about vigilantes on the hunt for the paedophiles who abused their children.

: Romanian officials say a woman who plunged into the River Thames when a man plowed into pedestrians with an SUV on London’s...

: The number of managers at London city hall making more than $100,000 per year has fallen, according to the 2016 edition of the sunshine list.

: It took no time at all for the right to start spreading misinformation, using a tragedy for their own ends.

: A local anti-poverty advocate and a leader in London's digital technology sector are sounding off on Wednesday's federal budget...

: The government continued with their plan of closing down perceived tax loopholes.

: A Sûreté du Québec command post was set up to pursue standoff negotiation in Chateauguay.

: A recent study found that 1 in 5 young Canadians display problem smartphone use. We meet a social worker who helps people that fear being without a mobile...

: Harley Valentine is a Toronto sculptor known for his large, public works. We stopped by his studio as he rehearsed with a ballet dancer for an...

: A look at overnight markets and what's ahead this trading day in North America

: Marcus Stroman’s sensational pitching help U.S. beat Puerto Rico 8-0

: Marcus Stroman’s sensational pitching help U.S. beat Puerto Rico 8-0

: Jovanka Vuckovic, one of the directors behind the all-woman horror anthology XX tells VICE's Amil Niazi about creating female characters...

: Around the world, women are signing up to learn the art of combining spirituality and sexuality. I went to a class to see what all the fuss is about,...

: A St. Catharines man accused of killing his seven-year-old stepson is due back court today for a bail hearing.

: Republican leaders hope to pass the bill Thursday, but there were signs late Wednesday nigth that the deadline could be pushed back

: Denis Voronenkov, a former member of Russian parliament, was shot and killed by an unidentified gunman at the entrance of an upscale hotel in Kiev, Ukrainian police say.

: British Prime Minister Theresa May said police know the identity of the British-born man who mowed down pedestrians on a bridge and fatally stabbed a...

: Police stealing drugs from the lock-up, or even directly from other dealers, is more common than you'd think.
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