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  OTTAWA — The federal government is planning to introduce safeguards to tackle a flood of steel entering the Canadian market due to "exceptional...
  Parks Canada hopes to have a final decision regarding a proposed national park reserve in the South Okanagan completed by the end of 2019.
  There's nothing more satisfying than pulling out that lonesome nipple hair. View Entire Post ›
  A 65-year-old woman struck by a vehicle in Scarborough last month has succumbed to her injuries.
  VANCOUVER — Smoke from British Columbia wildfires has drifted into Alberta and prompted new air quality advisories in both provinces. While much of B.C. ...
  The survey, which also ranks Toronto and Calgary in its top 10, does not look at affordability.
  A 37-year-old Kingston, Ont., man is facing a number of charges after allegedly exposing himself in public and throwing a puppy through a window.
  The list of suspects — including an exiled opposition lawmaker — has now risen to 34 and officials are seeking arrests in Colombia, Peru and the...
  VANCOUVER — A tug carrying as much as 22,000 litres of diesel fuel has capsized in the Fraser River between Vancouver and Richmond. Canadian Coast...
  Several news reports have documented the bleak reality for office vacancy rates in Calgary. According to one CBC report, office vacancy...
  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will hole up with his newly shuffled cabinet for three days next week in Nanaimo, B.C.
  OTTAWA — The federal government is planning to introduce safeguards to tackle a flood of steel entering the Canadian market due to “exceptional...
  While we’re celebrating women of all shapes, let’s make big bras less horrible.
  A bill to cut the size of Toronto city council almost in half passed in the Ontario legislature on Tuesday afternoon.
  With just weeks to go before students head back to school, hundreds of Ontario’s elementary teachers took a stand against the looming repeal of the...
  Emily Ratajkowski had a wardrobe malfunction while out for dinner. And instead of hitting the delete button, she posted it on Instagram — blurred, of course. The actress and model...
  Canadian cops are going back to high school. Sort of.
  Before they rested, Judge T.S. Ellis III denied a motion to acquit Trump’s former campaign chairman.
  The National Capital Commission on Tuesday revealed its spending plan for the $55 million in repair funds earmarked in the last federal...
  Tinder Founders Are Suing Parent Company For Billions View Entire Post ›
  Ontario won’t lose much money by shelving plans to create government-run cannabis stores, according to the subsidiary of the LCBO...
  Eight-year-old Jacob Notaro needs a new EpiPen but they're in short supply. And his mom is getting mixed messages about whether he can still go ...
  Waterloo police identified the deceased in the suspicious death at the residence on Pearl Place in Kitchener as Yvonne Umutoniwasi.
  The Quebec government has announced $7 million in funding for organizations offering services to English-speaking Quebecers.
  ManyFest-goers this year will be able to grab a craft beer and wander through a carefully curated artisan market before trying to decide what to eat from more than...
  HORNEPAYNE, Ont. — Police say two teens from Saskatchewan are facing charges after an alleged interprovincial joyride. Ontario Provincial Police say ...
  Royal Bank of Scotland will pay a $4.9 billion fine to settle allegations it misrepresented the types of mortgages it sold to investors during the housing bubble that...
  COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Urban Meyer investigation is costing Ohio State $500,000, but whether the superstar football coach keeps his job still comes down to whether the...
  "I can't guarantee anything, but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly," the White House press...
  “You’ve heard Trump ramble when he thinks he’s being careful. Imagine when he feels he can...
  B.C.'s Centre for Disease Control says an 'infectious individual' travelled through the airport twice in recent weeks.
  Matthew Vincent Raymond, 48, was charged with four counts of first-degree murder in relation to the attack on Brookside Drive.
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