'She's up for it': Librarian becomes newest Beaverlodge firefighter recruit

Carolyn Bartsch, 51, is the oldest recruit and one of only five women on a team of volunteer firefighters in Beaverlodge, Alta.

Alberta alienation surging once again, poll reveals

New poll suggests majority of Albertans feel equalization payments are unfair and think other parts of Canada will come ahead of them.
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Police officer in 'revenge porn' case sues over distribution of intimate images

The last thing Brittany Roque expected to learn as she applied for a job with the Brandon Police Service was that the force had received intimate images of the young police cadet.

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre gets visit from Public Health Ontario

Thunder Bay's Regional Health Sciences Centre has asked for some advice from Public Health Ontario in dealing with its lengthy VRE outbreak.

Overnight crash closes portion of Grant Avenue

A section of Grant Avenue is closed Thursday morning after an overnight crash.

Windsor police say local fraud victims eligible for Western Union refund

Windsor Police say up to 200 local victims could get a piece of a $586 million settlement against Western Union.

Code Orange: How Toronto's Sunnybrook hospital knew how to handle Monday's van attack

News of mass casualties in the wake of Toronto's van attack on Monday sent Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre into a "Code Orange," with trauma nurses and doctors mobilizing to treat the bulk of casualties involved.

Premier removes Eddie Joyce from cabinet, orders external review of harassment allegations

Dwight Ball says Eddie Joyce will "step aside" as Municipal Affairs Minister as an independent review looks into harassment allegations against the veteran MHA.
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Scarfing down roti and hot doubles is the quintessential Scarborough experience

Metro Morning food guide Suresh Doss goes back to Scarborough to scarf down some roti and hot doubles at Mona's Roti.

2 guards plead not guilty in death of prisoner Matthew Hines

Two correctional officers charged in connection with the 2015 death of Matthew Hines at Dorchester Penitentiary are pleading not guilty to charges of manslaughter and criminal negligence causing death.

Holocaust survivor to share harrowing tale at war museum

An Ottawa Holocaust survivor is bringing his story of survival to the Canadian War Museum Thursday, a story that included two of the worst Nazi concentration camps.

Prince William to serve as best man for Prince Harry at royal wedding

Britain's Prince Harry has asked his elder brother Prince William to be his best man at his wedding to U.S. actress Meghan Markle next month, his office said in a statement on Thursday.

Canada could start regulating barbecue brushes

No standards for safety labels, manufacturing specifications or testing procedures exist today for barbecue brushes, but a newly commissioned study will examine those issues.

Kashechewan to begin annual evacuation in stages with threat of Albany River flooding

Hundreds of people in Kashechewan are expected to fly out of the James Bay community today.

Lakeshore hopes for hotel, waives building permit fees

The Town of Lakeshore hopes a decision to waive building permit fees will bring a hotel to the community.

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14 must-read works of fiction by Black Canadian authors

Looking for something to read during Black History Month? Here are 14 great works that should be on every Canadian's bookshelf.

Esi Edugyan on making history and inspiring a new generation of Black writers

The award-winning author of international bestseller Half-Blood Blues answers eight questions from eight fellow writers.

Armenia parliament to select new PM next week amid political crisis

The Armenian parliament on Thursday called for an extraordinary session next week to vote for a new prime minister after the country was plunged into a political crisis with the abrupt resignation of its leader.

Can new vehicle technology prevent attacks like the one in Toronto? The experts aren't so sure

The van attack that killed 10 people in north Toronto has some observers asking if there's a high-tech way to prevent similar assaults. But experts say it won't be enough to stop anyone from using vehicles as weapons.

Thunder Bay pitches indoor soccer facility at Chapples Park to the public

A pitch to bring an indoor soccer facility to Chapples Park in Thunder Bay, Ont., was well received by the 30 people at an open house on Wednesday night.

Mainly sunny Thursday: DayStarter weather

Here's a look at the weather you can expect in Hamilton today.

Government meeting on roundabout will be too late, Fox charges

PC MLA Jamie Fox is planning to hold his own meeting about a roundabout in central P.E.I. before the tender closes.