Man arrested 'on suspicion of terrorist offences' after car crash outside U.K. Parliament

Three people were injured when a car drove into security barriers outside the British Parliament on Tuesday and the driver was arrested, emergency services said, with counterterrorism police leading the investigation.

Disappearing lines a costly problem for roads department

The painted lines on Ottawa's roads are literally disappearing, leading to a surge in complaints from residents and saddling the city with a costly problem to solve.

Charlottetown log home demolition going to a public meeting

On Monday night, Charlottetown city council voted in favour of hosting a public consultation regarding the demolition of a historic log cabin downtown.

Quebec teens accused of sharing explicit photos of female classmates not allowed back to private school

The boys, aged 12 and 13 at the time of the alleged incident, will not be allowed to return to Séminaire des Pères Maristes, a private high school near Quebec City, this coming school year.

Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Tuesday

Everything you need to know to start your day.

Man dead after fatal hit and run in Etobicoke

A 48-year-old man is dead following a fatal hit and run in south Etobicoke.

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Off-leash dog chasing bear in Canmore prompts resident to speak out

A video of an off-leash dog chasing after a bear in Canmore has one resident who witnessed the incident calling on dog owners to follow the rules.

Clam quota a good deal, says MP, but mayor still frustrated

Mayor says there have been many members of government who have spoken out about the decision from the very beginning.

Trump, Omarosa trade insults, charges in day-long spat

U.S. President Donald Trump and former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman faced off Monday in a messy clash that involved an explosive tell-all book, secret recordings, an ethnic slur and plenty of insults — reviving their roles as reality show boss and villain.

Ontario to allow private retailers to sell cannabis, province will handle online sales

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government announced Monday it will allow recreational pot to be sold in retail stores while the province will handle online sales.

Divers to refloat boat destroyed in fire at Twillingate harbour

Electrical wiring at the wharf also ruined, after fire wrecks 65 feet of wharf.

Regimental funeral for fallen officers won't be open to the public, city says

The regimental funeral for the two fallen Fredericton officers killed at Friday's shooting will not be open to the public, the city announced at Monday night's city council meeting.

Defendants arrested at New Mexico compound to be released

A state judge on Monday cleared the way for five defendants who were arrested on child abuse charges at a remote New Mexico compound to be released pending trial despite authorities' suspicions that the group was training children to use firearms for an anti-government mission.

A Canadian journalist was physically attacked for doing his job. That should be huge news: Robyn Urback

Though I’d like to think of a more charitable explanation, the fact that the targeted journalist works for the Toronto Sun probably has something to do with the relative lack of coverage.

Divers to refloat boat destroyed in Twillingate harbour fire

A team of divers is expected in Twillingate Tuesday morning to refloat a longliner that burned. The Sebastian Sails was mostly underwater after catching fire on Monday morning. The fire also destroyed about 65 feet of the 300-foot wharf and the electrical wiring the provided power at the wharf

Jessie Reyez, Ryan Hemsworth and more: songs you need to hear this week

New music from Jessie Reyez, Ryan Hemsworth, Busty and the Bass featuring Pierre Kwenders, and Milk & Bone.

Clock ticking toward another winter without rail service for Churchill

With summer fading so does the opportunity to repair the flooded rail line to Churchill. By Omnitrax/HBR's estimates it will take a minimum of 60 days to fix the line and its engineering consultants say by November it may be too difficult to complete the work.

Pathways to residency remain open to Saudi students amid diplomatic rift, Ottawa says

A Saudi Bishop's University student who successfully applied for asylum in Canada in 2014 is urging other students to do the same. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRC) says that may not be necessary, as most should be able to stay.

Guelph pot producer welcomes Ontario's announcement allowing private retailers to sell

Ontario's PC government says it will introduce a private retail model by April 2019, which allows independent stores to sell recreation marijuana. But meanwhile, pot will only be sold online through a government website come Oct 17, 2018.

Group works to establish permanent space for LGBTQ youth in Fredericton

A Fredericton group says it is raising money to establish one of the first permanent spaces in the city for LGBTQ youth and young adults to be themselves.

Footage from police body camera used as evidence in Fredericton shooting

One of the six Fredericton police officers assigned to wear body cameras had it on Friday morning when four people were shot at an apartment complex on Brookside Drive on the city's north side.

Winnipeg right-winger poised to turn heads on election night

Winnipeg voters may have their eyes fixed on a right-winger who isn't even on the ballot on election night this fall.

This Sudbury group is challenging people to give up single-use plastics

Plastic-Free Greater Sudbury is asking local businesses to sign a pledge to eliminate or reduce at least three plastic items, in favour of more eco-friendly alternatives.

Winnipeg man flies nearly 3,000 km in wrong direction after getting on wrong flight to Arctic

A Winnipeg man says a weekend flight to the Arctic ended up being the longest flight of his life after a mix-up on the tarmac sent him nearly 3000 kilometres in the wrong direction.