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Turkey launches attack on Kurdish-held region of Syria
Turkish artillery has begun firing into Syria's Afrin region in what Ankara said was the start of a military campaign against the Kurdish-controlled area.
Women's March moving past Trump
Organizers of Saturday's Women's March in Ottawa say unlike last year's event, the 2018 gathering has nothing to do with U.S. President Donald Trump.
2 men accused in more than half of Saskatoon's recent break-ins, mail theft: police
Saskatoon police say two men have been charged with more than half of the break-ins and mail thefts that happened in the city in November and December.
Judge rules today on criminal charges against Dalton McGuinty aides
A court ruling coming Friday could either end one of the longest-running sagas in Ontario politics or put it back on the agenda as an election issue.
New York unveils plan to charge car drivers in Midtown, Lower Manhattan
Montreal to file 40 lawsuits in effort to reclaim collusion cash
7 reasons we're amped for the COC's 2018-19 season
Using willpower to reach your New Year's resolutions? Don't, says psychologist
Criminologist says it's too early to criticize police in Toronto murder probe
January vibes: Audience gallery for the week of Jan. 14
How Rogers employees say they are coached to upsell you
Toronto LGBT leader says police 'ignore, dismiss, diminish' missing gay men
Nipawin RCMP searching for missing senior, 88, last seen Thursday
Should Canada develop a strategy to combat the growing problem of loneliness?
Kristin Kreuk and Peter Mooney play 'Two Truths And a Lie'
Boris Johnson reportedly floats idea of giant English Channel bridge, France says no
Regina police locate girl who had been missing 2 weeks
U.S. Senate rails against government shutdown LIVE
Senator Charlie Watt elected new president of Makivik Corporation
Woman in critical condition after stabbing on Furby Street
Ugh, FOMO! How the fear of missing out is worse than we thought