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Here's what you need to know in the hours and days after Friday's tornado in Ottawa and Gatineau. [Read More]
Two recent reports tell the story of one enterprising Canadian who takes advantage of a loophole to provide substantially cheaper wireless cell service for a... [Read More]
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A Dunrobin gift shop housed in a 10-metre tall yurt was torn from its foundation and flew into the air as the tornado unleashed its... [Read More]
An estimated 2,500 unionized hotel jobs are at risk from condo redevelopments, according to a recent report from Unifor Local 7575. Hotel workers and advocates... [Read More]
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Secretary of state did not provide details, but insisted Washington was determined to let Venezuelans 'get their say'... [Read More]
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The powerful tornado damaged homes, frightened residents and left eerie scenes of devastation. Michel Boyer reports from Dunrobin, Que. [Read More]
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A powerful tornado touched down on the Ontario-Quebec border causing devastation, power outages and injuries. Annie Bergeron-Oliver reports. [Read More]
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A powerful storm ripped a destructive path along the Ontario-Quebec border; Ottawa attempts to revive the Trans Mountain pipeline. [Read More]
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Saskatchewan RCMP have arrested a man following an investigation into the abduction of a girl who was in a stolen vehicle that sparked an Amber... [Read More]
Having friends spread out along the Pacific Northwest near the Pacific Crest Trail has been instrumental in the success of my through-hike. Walking from the... [Read More]
Hydro poles snapped into pieces, trees crushed homes and debris from flattened homes spread throughout neighbourhood. Here's the aftermath of a storm and tornado, as... [Read More]
A homeless couple in London, Ont., has been reunited with a missing teddy bear that holds their son's ashes. [Read More]
A ceremony on Friday to raise the historic Haida totem pole at Peace Arch Provincial Park aims to right a wrong for three B.C. First... [Read More]
B.C.'s privacy commissioner is investigating an alleged privacy breach involving the bankrupt computer retailer NCIX. [Read More]
In his defence, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein insisted The New York Times story as 'inaccurate and factually incorrect'... [Read More]
The United States is getting "very, very close" to having to move forward on its trade deal with Mexico without Canada, White House economic adviser... [Read More]
Mexico's incoming government will pursue a bilateral deal with Canada if talks to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement falter, Mexican president-elect Andres Manuel... [Read More]
Candidate Hector Bremner says he did not know anything about the billboards, which cost $85,000 and feature a photo of him and a play on... [Read More]
His decision leaves the other incumbent running for the new seat, Ana Bailao, running against three other candidates. [Read More]
Experts say it will be easier said than done to balance Canadians' freedom to consume pot and protect tenants' right to a smoke-free living space. [Read More]
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