SS-GB: The season finale sees Barbara face off against Kellermann
Barbara faces the ruthless Kellermann in his cells, desperate to know not only what is going on between Huth and Archer but also what was on the burnt film found at her house.
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The unveiling of Mark Rothko's No. 16 in Ottawa
When the National Gallery of Canada bought a Mark Rothko painting for $1.8 million in 1993, it was prepared for the inevitable blowback from critics.
Scherzer gets nod to start MLB all-star game in home park
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper will bat sixth for the National League in Tuesday's MLB all-star game in his home ballpark at Washington. Teammate Max Scherzer will take the mound for the NL while Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale will start for the American League.
Immigration critics press Liberals on costs, plan for asylum seekers
After hurling accusations of creating hysteria, crippling provinces and taking an ad-hoc approach to a crisis, MPs on the immigration committee agree to hold special hearings on the influx of people illegally crossing the border to claim asylum in Canada.
Woman dies after being hit by car at a Richmond, B.C., crosswalk
A Richmond woman is dead after being hit by a car Friday while crossing an intersection.
Sons of Anarchy blamed for rise in outlaw motorcycle gangs in N.S., RCMP say
The comments were made Monday during a presentation on biker gangs to the Halifax Board of Police Commissioners.
'This is shameful': Trump's news conference with Putin stuns fellow Republicans
On a trip in which Donald Trump dumbfounded allies and his usual critics in the Democrat Party with comments concerning the European Union and British leaders, the U.S. president ended with a news conference performance at his first head-to-head summit with Russia President Vladimir Putin that had even some Republicans shaking their heads.
Are Edmonton men the best dressed in Canada?
A Google survey of 1,000 Canadians, conducted by Montreal-based online stylist MFMK, ranking Canada's best dressed men, generated a few shockers.
Heat warnings paint Alberta red as families look for ways to deal
Environment Canada blanketed much of southern and eastern Alberta with heat warnings, meaning daytime temperatures reaching almost 30 C and dipping to only 14 C overnight.
Pro-gun activist charged with acting as Russian agent in U.S.
U.S. federal authorities have charged a Russian woman living in Washington with conspiracy to act as an agent of the Russian government while infiltrating U.S. political organizations.
The Water Beetles
The Water Beetles is Michael Kaan's debut novel.
NDP launches new labour agreement for public projects
The B.C. NDP government has launched a new labour agreement model aimed at getting more apprentices, Indigenous, under-represented groups and local residents working on infrastructure projects.
How to be (a little) less awkward with strangers
Two stories: It’s tragic when you can’t communicate to those closest to you. For Manu, it’s his local Shoppers Drug Mart clerk. Also, Jan is overwhelmed by menus.
The Secret Life of Alexander the Great, who conquered the world by 25
He's antiquity's Mr. Big. Not only did Alexander the Great win more than 40 battles, he likely did it drunk, riding bareback, and in skimpy battledress!
PEI regional, national and international stories.
How to be practical AND look polished at the airport
The only smart and stylish accessories you need besides your passport.
It's in the bag: A trip to St. John's leather manufacturer Ragmaw
In a downtown St. John's studio, Megan Jackman designs handcrafted bags that are practically an homage to her beloved Newfoundland.
KFC's Colonel Sanders didn't like Canadian food
In 1957, Colonel Harland Sanders got talking about the food in Canada -- and he didn't have much good to say about it.
'Strong but not stellar' quarter for Netflix shows higher profit, but slower subscriber growth
Netflix released second quarter earnings after stock markets closed on Monday, and while the streaming giant revealed it added fewer new customers than anticipated, it still added more than 5 million people to its customer base in the past three months.
Pembroke OPP charge man with cruelty to animals
OPP in Pembroke have charged a 22-year-old man with cruelty to animals for allegedly physically abusing his dog.
2018 NHL free agency tracker
Get up to speed on the latest key signings in NHL free agency.
Alberta United Conservatives to reimburse taxpayers $7,200 for Calgary banquet
Alberta's United Conservatives say they will pay back just over $7,200 after taxpayers were charged for a what turned out to be a party event.
Bismark Boateng's switch from soccer to track starting to pay off
For a moment, the announcers at the recent Canadian track and field championships thought Bismark Boateng had won the tightest 100-metre final in the history of the meet. And so did Boateng.
Bruce McArthur investigation still generating new leads, investigator says
The Toronto police detective leading the investigation into alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur is still reviewing leads and cold cases, after more human remains were found last week.