Toddler migrants held in at least 3 shelters in Texas
Trump administration officials have been sending babies and other young children forcibly separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border to at least three "tender age" shelters in south Texas, The Associated Press has learned.
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Thunder Bay municipal election race grows
Some familiar names have entered the 2018 Thunder Bay municipal election race.
Protesters disrupt DHS Sec. Nielsen's dinner
Protesters chant at Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen while she dines in Washington
Trump assails Canadian tariffs, accuses people of smuggling U.S. goods home
U.S. President Donald Trump launched another trade tirade against Canadians, accusing them Tuesday of sneaking their American shopping back home — all because of what he calls "massive" tariffs on American goods.
'Major shutdown' looming this fall for Hibernia oil platform, sources say
The lead owner of Hibernia isn't saying much about the temporary shutdown, but sources say it could last around 40 days.
Waterfront park would be 'the jewel,' says urban planner
An urban planner presented the City of Charlottetown's final proposal for its eastern gateway project at a public meeting Tuesday night.
All in the family: Meet the polyamorous parents who made legal history
They're young, their daughter is adorable, and they won the right to be listed on her birth certificate.
Join CBC Thunder Bay at National Indigenous Peoples' Day celebrations
CBC Thunder Bay is partnering with Fort William First Nation to celebrate the culture and achievements of Indigenous, Inuit and Metis people in Canada this week.
Chance of showers Wednesday: DayStarter weather
Here's a look at the weather you can expect in Hamilton today.
Kenora OPP renew call for help to find missing 15-year-old boy
OPP in Kenora area still searching for missing boy and asking again for the public's help to locate 15-year-old James Fleury-Wolke.
'Go directly to jail': Deadly speed debate tests limits of law
If you've never held a gun or brandished a knife, it's hard to imagine the thought process behind an allegation of murder or aggravated assault. Not so for vehicular offences — in a country where most adults have a driver's licence.
Five years after the flood, plans for berm threaten to divide Bowness
Bowness residents came together to help each other out during the 2013 flood, but now a proposed barrier along the riverbank threatens to split the northwest community.
Taxi advocates air grievances as Saskatoon inches toward Uber
Taxi licence holders and drivers say Saskatoon should make Uber and Lyft drivers play by the same rules they must follow.
Lake Superior north shore cleanup a success, say marine conservationists
Officials with the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area say they're pleased with recent cleanup efforts in a north shore bay but pollution prevention is key going forward.
South Korea's president wants to see 'concrete' plan on North's denuclearization soon
South Korea's president urged North Korea on Wednesday to present a plan with concrete steps toward denuclearization, raising the pressure on leader Kim Jong-un during his visit to Beijing to discuss the outcome of his summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Nighttime thief swipes Assumption Church's copper downspouts
Copper downspouts have been stolen from Windsor's historic Assumption Church by someone who targets the 176-year-old building at night.
Halifax's controversial 25-storey Willow Tree Tower gets the green light
City council has voted to change its bylaws to allow the Willow Tree Tower to go ahead at the corner of Quinpool and Robie after a public hearing last night that saw more than two dozen residents speak out against it.
Old Montreal merchant feels the pinch as construction hits during peak tourist season
The city says the roadwork is unavoidable as it's part of its effort to revitalize Saint-Paul Street, a major draw for tourists visiting Old Montreal with its many restaurants, bars and souvenir shops.
Ottawans disappointed over cancellation of GreenON program
Premier-designate Doug Ford has scrapped a rebate program that offered incentives for those who opted for energy-efficient renovations, leaving some Ottawa homeowners and companies adrift.
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Moncton's vision for downtown: More streets, parking and people
Two new public streets, parking garages and moving the Moncton Market are among the concepts envisioned in the city's new downtown plan.
Connecting employers, newcomers, aim of new program in Thunder Bay
A new program in Thunder Bay Ont., is designed to both attract newcomers, and fill labour shortages in the city, by connecting employers with skilled workers from other parts of the world.