- Police investigating after shots fired near St. Lawrence Market CBC
Police are investigating after an alleged shooting near St. Lawrence Market overnight. More »Police investigating after shots fired near St. Lawrence Market
Police are investigating after an alleged shooting near St. Lawrence Market overnight.
- Japan-Canada trade talks stalled with no meetings in sight The Canadian Press
Trade talks have stalled between Canada and Japan — one of the Harper government's priority countries for a breakthrough — because the Asian country has lost interest. More »Japan-Canada trade talks stalled with no meetings in sight
- 16-year-old girl found unconscious in Brossard park CBC
Police are investigating after a 16-year-old girl was found unconscious early Sunday morning in a park in Brossard on Montreal's South Shore. More »16-year-old girl found unconscious in Brossard park
- Denny Morrison fined for motorcycle crash CBC
Olympic speedskater Denny Morrison has been fined $155 for an accident which saw his motorcycle crash into a Toyota Corolla with enough force to flip the car on its side. Staff Sgt. Paul Stacey with the … More »Denny Morrison fined for motorcycle crash
Olympic speedskater Denny Morrison has been fined $155 for an accident which saw his motorcycle crash into a Toyota Corolla with enough force to flip the car on its side. Staff Sgt. Paul Stacey with the Calgary Police Service, who did not identify Morrison, has confirmed that after consulting with the Crown, the motorcyclist …
- Premier Wade MacLauchlan appoints new deputy ministers CBC
Prince Edward Island Premier Wade MacLauchlan has shuffled the province's top bureaucrats and appointed new deputy ministers. More »Premier Wade MacLauchlan appoints new deputy ministers
Prince Edward Island Premier Wade MacLauchlan has shuffled the province's top bureaucrats and appointed new deputy ministers.
An Ottawa-area woman says the National Capital Commission will have to have her arrested if it wants her to leave the camp site where she's been holding a sacred ceremony in honour of missing and murdered aboriginal women. Susan Martin has been keeping a sacred fire at the site on Victoria Island, located on the Ottawa …
Sports journalist Albert Ladouceur has died in a Quebec hospital at the age of 63. Ladouceur suffered from pancreatic cancer, a disease he found out he had in August 2013. Ladouceur worked for Le Journal de Québec and was last featured in their paper in mid-April.
- Canadian diplomat's teen son set to seek bail in Florida double-murder case The Canadian Press
- Secrecy laws, which vary by province, shield Manitoba's advertising slogan The Canadian Press
The Manitoba government has spent public money conducting opinion polls and focus groups on its Steady Growth, Good Jobs advertising campaign, but the results are being kept secret under the province's freedom of information law. In Manitoba, virtually any document prepared for the provincial cabinet must be shielded from …
- Driverless trucks hauling cargo to Mexico? Group hopes to make it reality The Canadian Press
Trucks hauling cargo from Canada through the United States to Mexico and back navigate border crossings without the need for passports, visas or even a driver to steer them. It's an idea that's not too far-fetched, says a group that met in North Dakota last week. Marlo Anderson with the Central North American Trade Corridor …
Today is Montreal Museums Day, which means free admission to 34 museums around the city.
The PEI Pharmacists Association says many Island pharmacies have run out of non-prescription treatment for conjunctivitis, also known as pinkeye. Erin MacKenzie is the association's executive director and says polysporin ointment and eye drops used to treat the infection are on backorder. Other treatment options are available, …
A 77-year-old woman suffered serious head injuries after being struck by a taxi in downtown Ottawa on Saturday night.
Rachel Notley will be sworn in as Alberta's next premier Sunday afternoon, alongside a slimmed down cabinet, as the NDP … More »
Police are investigating after an alleged shooting near St. Lawrence Market overnight. … More »
As if the Tampa Bay Lightning don't have enough goal-scorers, now they have Adam Erne on the way. The Quebec Remparts … More »
Nova Scotia's fisheries minister is clarifying a statement he made about a proposed lobster marketing levy. Keith … More »