New Hampshire is viewed nationally as a key battleground state in the presidential election, but according to a new WMUR Granite State Poll, it is turning into Clinton Country.
Surrey RCMP says it has turned two Turkish citizens — a man and a woman — over to Citizenship and Immigration Canada after they were arrested by officers on Saturday for entering B.C. from the U.S. illegally. "The two were detained under the Immigration Act and were cooperative with police," said Surrey RCMP in a release. The force says it cannot confirm if the couple are seeking refugee status in Canada, due to a language barrier.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says he won't be attending the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner this spring.
An eight-year-old boy is dead after a medical emergency at Orleans Wood Elementary School Friday afternoon, according to the school board. The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board said emergency responders were called to the school and took the boy to the hospital where he later died. Rose Lessard has lived directly opposite the Décarie Drive school since 1979 and said she can't remember anything like this happening.
Winnipeg police are asking the public to help identify a person of interest after a 14-year-old girl found what police believe may have been a bodily fluid on her back while at St. Vital Centre on Sunday. Police released an image obtained from mall security showing a man, 50 years old or older and about five-foot-eight with a heavy build and wrinkled, weathered-looking face.
It'll get you pretty far in Toronto, snagging you either a high-end personal pad or an entire house, depending on the neighbourhood. CBC Toronto can't vouch for the accuracy of each post — and it's always worth checking out rentals in person.
A Royal Canadian Air Force Twin Otter crew out for some search-and-rescue training accidentally found — and rescued — two Nunavut hunters on the land. Thom Doelman, a captain with the Royal Canadian Air Force in Yellowknife, said the crew was flying near Hall Beach, Nunavut, during Operation Nunalivut, a sovereignty exercise that happens each year in Canada's North. Thursday afternoon's training exercise was a search mission at an old mine site.
Kevin Bolusi doesn't remember much from the night 25,000 volts of electricity shot through his body, but he does remember the pain. On August 12, 2015, around 9 p.m., the 18-year-old and his friends were out exploring the West Island. Ahead of him, he spotted an AMT bridge — the one connecting Pierrefonds and Laval.
WestJet says early results of an investigation into an ice chunk that crashed through a Calgary home indicate one of its planes is to blame. Airline spokeswoman Lauren Stewart said in an email that a preliminary investigation has concluded the ice on Friday evening fell from a WestJet plane on approach into Calgary from Regina. Stewart said WestJet is inspecting the aircraft to determine the cause of the incident and is cooperating with local authorities and Nav Canada, the agency that is responsible for Canada’s civilian air navigation service.
Doctors describe them as ancient survival skills that once helped us decide if a person was friend or foe. "Unconscious biases are really those snap decisions we make because we have to take mental shortcuts," said Vancouver Coastal Health researcher Dr. Andrea Townson. Townson leads faculty and medical residents through unconscious bias workshops that highlight patterns of thinking that can lead doctors to make mistaken assumptions.
The race is on to represent Ottawa-Vanier in the House of Commons. A federal byelection is happening April 3 because of the death of longtime Liberal MP Mauril Bélanger last August from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. Dookeran is a high school teacher who ran for the Green Party in the riding in the last federal election.
The B.C. Green Party has renewed its calls for the creation of a basic income for British Columbians following the release of the provincial budget, and citing the province's rising costs of living and stagnant welfare rates. "The idea is that you provide a minimum level of income, which is there as a safety net," said Weaver, adding that it would only be provided to residents that need it.
As protesters in St. John's rally against a jury's not guilty verdict in RNC Const. Doug Snelgrove's sexual assault trial, a St. John's lawyer says legal consent and moral consent are two very different things.
No one was hurt after lightning struck a property in Manotick during a rare February thunderstorm, Ottawa Fire Services say. The lightning travelled through underground wiring from the shed to the house and blew an electrical panel door off the wall, causing a small fire on a nearby mattress, firefighters said. The lightning strike caused "electrical issues" throughout the home, and firefighters are staying on the scene until hydro crews can arrive.
Meal planning and execution can be an energy-intensive household chore, and can be even more challenging if you have mental health problems or a disability. That's where Islander Jesse Macmillan got the idea to start his new Facebook group Cooking Without Spoons.
The Transportation Safety Board is investigating after an Air Canada plane briefly left the runway while landing at Toronto Pearson Airport. Air Canada spokeswoman Isabelle Arthur says the aircraft's landing gear left the runway for a short distance when landing Friday night. Flight 623 from Halifax was carrying 118 people and no injuries were reported, the TSB said Saturday in a statement.
Sledding, snowshoeing, sitting around a bonfire — a handful of staple winter activities were rolled out on Saturday evening for around 100 newcomer and inner-city kids in a chilly celebration at FortWhyte Alive. The Cold City, Warm Hearts Winter Party kicked off shortly after 5 p.m. at the nature site, bringing together kids from Rossbrook House — a downtown Winnipeg drop-in centre — with kids who are new to the country through the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba (IRCOM). "Today's event was kind of inspired by some of the stuff going on in the world right now, and just feeling, locally, like we wanted to send a message of how connected we all are," said Brenda Hasiuk, who sits on the board at Rossbrook house and organized the event.
Lisa Morrey had just fed nine five-week-old pit bull puppies one of their first dinners since being weaned off of their mom on Thursday evening.
Malaysia's health minister said Sunday autopsy results suggested a nerve agent caused "very serious paralysis" that killed the exiled half brother of North Korea's leader, as police completed a sweep of the budget terminal where he was poisoned and declared it safe of any toxin. The investigation has unleashed a serious diplomatic fight between Malaysia and North Korea, a prime suspect in the Feb. 13 killing of Kim Jong Nam at Kuala Lumpur's airport.
One fugitive bull led a posse of flustered, arm-waving cops Tuesday on a chase through Queens that was televised live from hovering news helicopters. Police ultimately cornered the bull in someone's backyard, but the animal, hit by multiple tranquilizer darts, died shortly thereafter. Real bull-wrangling experts say the officers can be commended for trying their best, but there's definitely a better way, if you've got someone on hand who knows how to twirl a lariat.
A man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying the Krewe of Endymion parade on Saturday in the Mid-City section of New Orleans is being investigated for driving while intoxicated, police said. The accident came during one of the busiest nights of Mardi Gras when thousands of people throng the streets of Mid-City to watch the elaborate floats and clamour to catch beads and trinkets tossed from riders. "We suspect that that subject was highly intoxicated," Police Chief Michael Harrison said on Saturday evening.
Nova Scotia police say they are looking for a teenage driver who abruptly sped up at a checkpoint, catching a police officer's shoulder and arm in the process and dragging him about 15 metres. Pictou County District RCMP said in a news release that they were conducting a checkpoint on Highway 4 near Hamilton Road in Alma when the driver stopped at 1:18 a.m. Saturday. The police officer suffered minor injuries.
Just a few months into their official takeover of Whistler Blackhomb, Vail Resorts is already plotting out the resort's next six decades of operations. The 60 year-long Whistler Masters Development Agreement has been officially approved by the B.C. government. The document outlines the resort's expansion plans, which includes a partnership with the Squamish and Líl̓wat First Nations.