Radio-Canada has learned that the Trudeau government has reached a deal with the United States on irregular migration which will allow Ottawa to close the Roxham Road irregular crossing at the Canada-U.S. border. Sources told Radio-Canada that Ottawa has agreed to welcome a certain number of migrants through official channels. The precise details of the deal are still not known. Roxham Road is on the Quebec-New York border about 50 km south of Montreal. It has been a lingering source of tension
Flight returns to Las Vegas two hours after taking off due to onboard medical emergency
‘Not the glasses,’ one fan responded on Instagram
WASHINGTON (AP) — Canadian billionaire Steve Apostolopoulos has joined the bidding for the NFL’s Washington Commanders, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Wednesday because details of the sale process are not being publicized. Apostolopoulos joins groups led by Josh Harris and Tilman Fertitta in getting approved by the league to bid on the team. Apostolopoulos is a Toronto native who went to Harvard and is the
The death toll of an outbreak linked to contaminated recalled eye drops has risen and more people have lost their vision. According to an update issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday, the number of deaths has risen from one -- which occurred in Washington state -- to three. The CDC did not provide any information in its update about the affected patients including names, ages, sexes or where they live.
Beloved Canadian brand Zellers and its pop-up food truck are finally reopening, to mixed reviews from shoppers.
Former President Donald Trump appeared to mock calls for his supporters to remain "peaceful" as he stares in the face of a potential indictment.
The longtime friends Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston will star in an upcoming Netflix movie "Murder Mystery 2," which premieres on March 31.
Lindsay Lohan, Jake Paul, Ne-Yo and rapper Lil Yachty are among the eight notable names who have been hit with Securities and Exchange Commission charges for violating securities laws in touting crypto currencies. The SEC on Wednesday disclosed that charges were filed against eight celebrities in connection with the broader investigation of crypto entrepreneur Justin […]
Multimillion-dollar lawsuits, an abandoned luxury SUV and a sudden lack of communication are all parts of a mystery police are trying to unravel in the disappearance of a Toronto-area lawyer. Isabella Dan, the 53-year-old owner of a law office in Markham, Ont., hasn't been seen in almost three weeks, leaving her friends and police concerned about her whereabouts. Police have called the circumstances of Dan's disappearance suspicious and have now turned the case over to York Regional Police's Hom
A Calgary pastor accused of hate-motivated crimes after an altercation at a library drag event has a criminal history for violent assaults and animal abuse, a judge heard Wednesday. As part of a contested bail hearing, Crown prosecutor Zailin Lakhoo offered new details on Derek Reimer's criminal history, the library disturbance and a jail cell attack the pastor is accused of committing. Reimer, 36, was released on bail Wednesday following his arrest for breaching his previous release conditions
"What’s been said is one piece of a much bigger puzzle," the model says. "It's not so black and white."
The AmberMac Media founder shared she had waited two years to get her uterus and cervix removed.
Toronto-based nutritionist Abbey Sharp shared that following a similar diet can lead to many health issues.
Celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Bella Hadid have spoken about daring outfits they've worn.
The fish pose a threat to native species.
Mr Trump’s rant about the city comes as a panel of New Yorkers will soon decide his fate – voting whether or not he will make history as the only former or current US president to ever be criminally indicted
After working on it for almost a decade and a half, the Department of National Defence (DND) is rolling out a new benefit to help military members deal with the high cost of housing — but it's not going over very well with everyone. Military members learned at a virtual town hall Tuesday that a new, highly-anticipated housing benefit is coming in July. It's meant to help lower-ranking members cope with steep housing costs in dozens of additional Canadian locations. But not everyone is getting it
"We've had chickens here in the city that had to be removed. But never a crocodile," a local code enforcement officer told Insider.
The "Daily Show" correspondent has a baffling debate with a supporter of the former president.