A Canadian man accused of stabbing an airport police officer in Flint, Michigan, is returning to court to learn if he'll remain in custody. Amor Ftouhi is unlikely to be granted bond Wednesday because the charge is serious and he lives outside the U.S. The 49-year-old from Montreal is charged with
The hand-held, pen-like instrument, known as a Raman spectroscopy probe, is able to differentiate between cancer cells and healthy cells by measuring the way each reflects laser-based light. "Minimizing, or completely eliminating, the number of cancer cells during surgery is a critical part of
The co-founder of an Alberta oil and gas company has been sentenced to five years in prison for defrauding Arcan Resources Ltd., which he established with his brother and another man. Ian Wilson Fisher, 54, pleaded guilty Tuesday to fraud over $5,000, after being charged in August 2015. According to
Edmonton city council is counting on a new study to prevent the city's popular, though officially off-limits, "End of the World" lookout point from becoming a deadly attraction for visitors. Council has given the green light to preliminary designs for a permanent viewing platform at the
Quebec's police watchdog is investigating a police shooting in Montreal on Tuesday evening that claimed the life of a 58-year-old man. The Independent Investigations Bureau say police were called at about 7 p.m. regarding a man who was allegedly demolishing everything in his apartment. The agency
The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan says concerns about suicide rates among farmers and mental health supports are starting to get some attention. Keller, a co-founder of Saskatchewan Women in Ag, says she felt compelled to speak out after being contacted by an industry professional
Edmonton police are defending the value of conducting street checks despite the release of new figures showing Indigenous and black people are much more likely to be carded than white people. While Alberta Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley said Tuesday the statistics are "definitely a concern,"
The 58-year old man shot multiple times during an operation involving Montreal police Tuesday has died, and the investigation has been transferred to Quebec's independent investigations bureau (BEI).
A chorus of joyful shrieks normally break the quiet on summer nights in this residential Mississauga neighbourhood as its children try to squeeze in a few more minutes outside before the sun sets. The boys who lived on this street near Winston Churchill and Erin Mills Parkway were killed just 10 minutes
Yukon wildlife officials are warning people travelling on the Dempster Highway to watch out for a bold grizzly bear that may have been involved in two recent encounters with travellers. "We believe it's probably the same grizzly bear, given the behaviour of that bear," said conservation
Seventy bus routes will be cut back, or slashed altogether, starting on Sunday as the Edmonton Transit System makes adjustments to under-performing routes across the city. The changes affect 50,000 annual service hours, which ETS says will be transferred throughout the year to routes that are currently
Specifically, the appeal called into question whether Jones McKnight was forcibly confined and Guenther took advantage of that confinement to kill her — a key factor in determining the death was first-degree murder.
Jerusalem Kahsay's daughter Sara was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer when she was two-years-old. Now five, Sara helped to shave her mom's head on Tuesday for the inaugural Mom Shave Event for Childhood Cancer Canada. "I want people to know what it means to have childhood cancer,"
Alberta chief medical examiner Elizabeth Brooks-Lim earned the highest base salary of any Alberta government employee in 2016, according to new 'sunshine list' figures released Tuesday. Brooks-Lim, then the deputy chief medical examiner before she was promoted in December of 2016, earned $383,144
One day after a local football star was shot to death just steps from the front door of the Mingle Room Bar and Grill on Rideau Street, the bar's manager insists the establishment shouldn't be held responsible. Ashton Dickson, 25, a former collegiate football star and soon-to-be father, was
The city manager will now take a closer look at what transpired and report back to councillors. The TPA signed a conditional deal to spend around $12 million for the land on Arrow Road, near Finch Avenue W. and Highway 400 in 2016, but never finalized the purchase. The site is also where the Emery
A discussion in Yellowknife city council chambers on water rates led to plenty of suggestions but few answers, as council debates how to respond to a drastic increase in trucked water prices for some residents. The city's Municipal Services Committee met Monday evening to discuss potential water
A Windsor psychotherapist is facing a disciplinary hearing over allegations she had sex with two clients and served alcohol to members of a therapy group while intoxicated herself. Elisabeth Haramic has also been accused of illegally referring to herself as a doctor and sending a client "unprofessional
An Opposition MLA and PC leadership candidate in P.E.I. says he won't relent on a push for public hearings on mental health services on the Island. "I'm hearing from Island families on a daily basis," said James Aylward Tuesday. "As elected officials, it's incumbent upon
A Brampton high school teacher who was charged earlier this month for allegedly sexually exploiting a student now faces two more sex-related charges after a former pupil went to police. Richard Knill, 57, a teacher at Turner Fenton Secondary School, has been charged with an additional count of sexual
It's a lesson learned in 2016 by the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group, which operates the stadium and commercial district of Lansdowne and owns the RedBlacks and Fury. OSEG posted a whopping $14.4 million net loss in 2016, even worse than its 2015 loss of $12.6 million. Attendance at Lansdowne
Twelve Island students with outstanding school heritage projects have created videos about their projects and are now are competing with other Canadian students in a national Young Citizens video competition.
Police in Ontario are looking for a group of suspects who took a horse statue from a park and put it on the roof of a nearby school. Ontario Provincial Police say the incident occurred early on the morning of June 20 in Erin, about 80 kilometres northwest of Toronto. Police say they then drove about
After spotting potential fire safety issues in his North York building — including a blocked fire exit — Mark Legate wanted to see the results of a fire inspection for himself. What came next, Legate said, were dozens of emails and phone calls to city staff, all of which came back with the same answer