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Georges St-Pierre to face Michael Bisping for UFC middleweight title
Former welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre is starting his comeback with a bang — against UFC middleweight title-holder Michael Bisping.
Councillors miffed over plan to close Carling on-ramp
Ottawa city councillors are concerned about the province's plan to close a Queensway on-ramp behind the Westgate Shopping Centre.
2 dogs seized as part of investigation into 2 suspicious deaths at Saint John hotel
Two dogs have been seized as part of the Saint John Police Force's investigation into two suspicious deaths at a hotel on the city's east side on Tuesday.
'Can't wait': Summerside's Ott excited to join first-place Canadiens
Summerside native Steve Ott says he “can’t wait” to go on a playoff run with the Montreal Canadiens.
Windsor cyclists pumped to bike Gordie Howe bridge
The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority announced bike lanes will be included on the Gordie Howe International Bridge.
Hamilton a desert for transgender healthcare, but hope is on the horizon
For years, Hamilton has been a veritable desert for transgender healthcare, leaving an extremely vulnerable population that is at high risk for suicide without the support it needs. A new coalition is hoping to change that.
Canadians lost at least $90M in often 'savvy' scams in 2016
Canadians lost a reported $90 million to scams in 2016, and that was likely just the tip of the iceberg, according the Better Business Bureau.
Sask. trade expert sees hope in CETA; China, India exports
Despite Saskatchewan's economy slowing last year, Chris Dekker is cautiously optimistic about exports to Asia and a new Canadian-EU trade agreement this year.
'I feel a little bit OK': Jayme Pasieka takes stand in his own defence
In an unusual move, the man accused of killing two colleagues at an Edmonton Loblaws warehouse took the stand in his own defence Wednesday and spoke in a calm and clear voice about the voices he once heard in his head.
Potentially precedent-setting fisheries case now in the hands of a judge
After two days of legal arguments, a Federal Court judge must now determine what power the fisheries minister has to prevent a corporate takeover of inshore fishing licences in Atlantic Canada.
Family of girl impaled by golf club sues city, school board for $20M
The family of Madison Arseneault, a 15-year-old girl who was impaled by a sawed-off golf club, has launched a $20-million lawsuit against the City of Windsor and the Greater Essex Country District School Board.
​Trump signs bills to promote women in scientific fields
U.S. President Donald Trump signs House bills meant to empower women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Is a University Degree a Waste of Money?
University degrees don't seem to guarantee stable careers anymore. The shift is prompting some graduates to rethink their futures and one university to offer a "jobs guarantee."
'Smyth shouldn't have been there:' Judge David Riche steamrolls Dunphy inquiry
Retired judge David Riche was determined to have his say as he took the stand Wednesday at the inquiry into Don Dunphy's shooting death.
Rules are rules: Bowling officials defend not-dark-enough pants disqualification
After a 7-year-old boy was stripped of his bowling championship for wearing the wrong pants, the provincial head of Youth Bowling Canada says everyone has to follow rules.
Freezing rain a concern for Prince County Thursday
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for P.E.I.'s Prince County, saying the west end of the Island could see an extended period of freezing rain Thursday.
Man sues Montreal police officer for $120K over alleged 'road rage' incident
Jeffery Pokora, a man who says he was attacked by an off-duty Montreal police officer in January 2015, is now suing the officer for $120,000.
2017 British Columbia election: Vancouver-Kingsway riding profile
A look at Vancouver-Kingsway, one of the 87 electoral districts in British Columbia.
NHL trade roundup: Panthers pick up scoring winger Vanek
The Florida Panthers reportedly acquired veteran left-winger Thomas Vanek from Detroit ahead of Wednesday's 3 p.m. ET trade deadline, sending 24-year-old defenceman Dylan McIlrath and a conditional third-round draft pick to the Red Wings.
Kings deal for veteran forward Jarome Iginla
The Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday dealt a 2018 conditional fourth-round draft pick to the Colorado Avalanche for 39-year-old right-winger Jarome Iginla.
Calgary apartment caretaker charged with intent to commit sexual assault
A maintenance worker at a Calgary apartment complex is accused of breaking into a woman’s unit with the intent of sexually assaulting her.
CRTC backs Rogers, shuts down Ice Wireless' Sugar Mobile
The CRTC has ordered Sugar Mobile, an upstart mobile operator offering cellphone plans for as little as $19 per month, to shut down within 50 days.
SkyTrain tunnel to North Vancouver could ease bridge traffic, says mayor
The mayor of the City of North Vancouver is proposing a different solution to the gridlock on the North Shore bridges — a SkyTrain tunnel under Burrard Inlet.
For this Northerner, starting a business takes perseverance, sacrifice and 3,000 reindeer
"At 16, I jumped on a plane for the very first time and came North. I just feel like I'm where I'm supposed to be."