Quebecers to get more vacation time, sooner under proposed changes to labour laws
Quebec workers will be eligible for three weeks' vacation after just three years, and temporary foreign workers will get new protections under a bill tabled in the National Assembly Tuesday.
Mayor Tory renews call for external probe into Toronto police handling of missing persons
Toronto Mayor John Tory spoke to CBC's Metro Morning about his call for an external investigation into the police's handling of missing persons cases.
Austin, TX bombing suspect blows himself up while sitting in vehicle
The man suspected to be behind a series of bombings in Austin, texas is dead after detonating a device while sitting in his vehicle. Police not speculating yet on a potential motive for the attacks.
Firefighters struggle to knock down blaze at north end auto shop
Why arresting 'budtenders' won't stop illegal pot shops
Bombing suspect kills himself in Austin, Texas, police chief says
More than 16,000 customers hit by power outage in Transcona, St. Boniface
Dozens of Nigerian schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram are released
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Lakehead University engineering students earn 1st place in national competition
Work starts to bring WW II Halifax bomber from Swedish seabed to Alberta town
Ottawa school board wants to oversee school council banking
ISIS claims responsibility for Kabul suicide bombing that kills at least 26
'I can't even believe he's dead': Vigil honours Brady Francis, Tina Fontaine, Colten Boushie
Texas bombing suspect dead after police confrontation
Radio collars removed from some deer in Saint-Quentin after public concern
Man convicted in Jassi Sidhu's 'honour killing' obtained permanent residency in Canada
Heavily indebted Canadians need to watch U.S. interest rate announcement: Don Pittis
Federal gun control reforms don't go far enough, Quebec school shooting survivors say
Westbound Gardiner closed after crash leaves man in critical condition, three others injured
Mix of sun and cloud Wednesday: DayStarter weather