Two storeys below the stage where Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders last debated, there's a museum display chronicling the de-industrialization of Derry, N.H. It shows machines from old shoe factories that have disappeared, supporting jobs that have disappeared, held by people now disappearing
There are a lot of empty pews in the Anglican Diocese of Quebec's churches, but the treasury is fuller than it has been in years. As shrewd investing is replacing weekly parishioner offerings as a main revenue source, the diocese is looking to ethical investment to build its portfolio in a socially
A fourth homicide occurred overnight in the GTA, at a residence in Toronto's east end.
Shortly before 8 a.m., a westbound tanker truck with the South Glengarry Fire Department was responding to a collision when the driver lost control, said the Ontario Provincial Police. The truck rolled and the driver, a volunteer firefighter, was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries,
Health officials in Vancouver are planning a new "sobering centre" seven years after it was recommended by an inquiry into the death of a severely intoxicated homeless man, but some advocates and family members say it still falls short. Vancouver Coastal Health has begun planning a facility
Kayla, 61, was in a new job too when she says a police officer informed a colleague she had formerly been a "prostitute and a junkie." She lost the job and saw no option but returning to the sex industry. Both women encountered the degrading treatment when they attempted to leave sex work
Alberta energy companies and the NDP government don't always see eye to eye, but they seem to agree on one thing - the province needs more pipelines to carry its most valuable commodity to global markets. A consistent problem facing the industry is that most of Alberta's oil — around two and
Wild said yes, with three exceptions: there would first be screenings in Telegraph Creek, Dease Lake and Iskut. Wild hired Elliot Brown, who is in the most crowd-pleasing scene in the film, to help her set up in the community hall.
Protests across the province are planned for today to denounce the Quebec government's plan to cut $120 million from publicly-subsidized child-care centres.
About 20 ducks died at a city park in Windsor, Ont. after eating garbage and junk food brought to the area by visitors, according to naturalists who've studied the mass death late last year. The bodies of the ducks were found in late September at the Captain John Wilson Park, where residents say
York Regional Police are investigating an early morning fatal stabbing in Vaughan.
Officers from 21 Division of Peel Regional Police were called to the Habibi Lounge near Airport Road and Derry Road East shortly after 1 a.m. by reports of several men fighting in the parking lot — throwing and hitting each other with bottles.
An overnight shooting in Brampton has claimed the life of one man.
Workers at the the Lafarge cement plant in St-Constant in the Montérégie region have gone on strike following nine rounds of failed contract negotiations.
TORONTO - No one has the winning ticket for the $7-million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 6-49 draw.
Twin brothers have been identified as the two young men who died during an after-hours visit to a Calgary luge-bobsled track early Saturday. Jordan and Evan Caldwell, who were 17, were killed and six other male teens were injured while using a personal sled/toboggan to go down the bobsled track at Canada
Federal and provincial representatives are joining a push by Ottawa's mayor and a local councillor to have a much-needed pedestrian bridge over the Rideau Canal built ahead of schedule — and possibly in time for Canada's 150th birthday. "It's a very important future link around active
Canadian civil rights icon Viola Desmond — would tell her if she were alive today. Viola would say: "I'm so proud of you and I love you very much. Robson, now 89 and living in North Sydney, N.S., has continued to keep her sister's legacy alive by speaking to students, doing media interviews
Mourners packed a Quebec City church on Saturday to attend a funeral service for five humanitarian workers killed in a terrorist attack in Burkina Faso last month. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended the joint funeral for Yves Carrier, 65, his wife Gladys Chamberland, 54, their adult son Charles-Elie
The twin 17-year-old brothers killed early Saturday after tobogganing down the bobsled track at Canada Olympic Park have been identified as Jordan and Evan Caldwell. "We were reminded today that life is but a vapour," the family said in a statement released by Calgary police late Saturday.
The Whistler Sliding Centre is highlighting its strict security that prevents public access after-hours, in response to a tragic Calgary incident that left twin 17-year-old brothers dead and six more injured. The group of teenagers entered Canada Olympic Park early Saturday morning, tobogganing down
About 100 people gathered Saturday night to light candles and honour the memories of two young men who were gunned down last weekend in Chinatown.
Oscar-nominated actress Ellen Page has tweeted her support for "Trailer Park Boys" star Lucy DeCoutere after a rough day at the Jian Ghomeshi sexual assault trial. DeCoutere responded: "MAN, I'd loved to have had a PPP dance-off with you last night after I left court. During an intense
A Regina jury has convicted a woman of second-degree murder and a man of manslaughter in the death of a four-year-old girl after the pair were accused of denying the child and her younger sister food and purposely hurting them. Tammy and Kevin Goforth were also found guilty of unlawfully causing bodily
The apartment building where three people died in a fire was not legislated under the Ontario Fire Code as a senior's home, despite being advertised as a "senior's lifestyle suite" and only being available to people aged 59 and over. "This is an apartment that houses individuals