Canadian Trail: How Canada did today at the Olympics
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir put a bow on their illustrious 20-year ice dancing career Tuesday, scoring 122.40 points for a world-best combined score of 206.07 and their fifth career Olympic medal. Cassie Sharpe also won gold for Canada in women's halfpipe.
Vic Fedeli refuses to comment on Patrick Brown, saying he 'must remain neutral' in PC leadership race
Interim Ontario PC leader Vic Fedeli on Tuesday refused to comment on controversies enveloping Patrick Brown, saying he "must remain neutral" in the party's ongoing leadership contest.
Canadian and Indian companies ink deals worth $1B during Trudeau's trade trip
Canadian and Indian companies have signed 66 new contracts worth $1 billion in total in a deal expected to create 5,800 jobs in Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the announcement Tuesday at the Canada-India Business Forum.
Psychiatrist cross-examined on Day 17 of Anne Norris murder trial
Ancient human, giant sloth remains found in world's biggest flooded cave
Dramatic end to short track relay leaves Canadian women in disbelief — and off podium
As Port Bruce flood waters rise, evacuations may be coming
Aphria reduces cash in bid for Nuuvera
Watchdog to probe complaint against Hanover police chief, constable over Adam Brunt's drowning death
'We’re seeing the animals that you don't see that often'
Bruins acquire Nick Holden from Rangers for 3rd-round pick
Moyse in 7th place after Day 1 of competition
'I knew I will be last': The Olympians who don't stand a chance
'Just say you're in love already!' Virtue and Moir capture gold and our hearts in Olympic career finale
Jim Cuddy, Rose Cousins, Iskwé, more to perform at 2018 Juno Songwriters Circle
Review of West Mabou Beach Provincial Park highlights key areas for conservation
Wild lynx "shocks" residents in downtown Thunder Bay, Ont. on Family Day
Queen Elizabeth II makes first visit to London Fashion Week
Walmart takes bruises from Amazon battle in fourth quarter
Active search for second person after someone pulled from Detroit River
Canucks ink defenceman Erik Gudbranson to 3-year extension
Century-old family homestead and wedding venue burns down in Saskatoon
Ex-premier Greg Selinger to step down as Manitoba MLA on March 7
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