Gunman and 2 victims dead, 12 others injured in Toronto Greektown shooting
Two people are dead and 12 others are in hospital after being shot in Toronto's Greektown neighbourhood Sunday evening.
Toronto's Greektown shooting: Latest updates on the aftermath
Minute-by-minute updates as homicide detectives investigate and the city mourns those killed, injured in Sunday's shooting.
Police investigating after shots fired in east London
London police say shots were fired from one vehicle at another one early Sunday morning.
Chase the Ace, a year later: Why a Goulds parish is cautious about that huge windfall
St. Kevin's Parish ended up with $5.8 million in the bank after Chase the Ace, but modesty has since been the name of the game.
From 30 years ago: Solutions to the garbage problem
CBC-TV's Venture looks at the challenges of dealing with waste and how companies are stepping up to address their garbage.
More supports needed for people with FASD, say advocates
People diagnosed with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) need life long supports, but the disorder is often misunderstood, say advocates.
'Same sauce...more passion': Busters BBQ on TransCanada reopens 2 years after fire
Two years after a devastating fire burned Busters BBQ to the ground, the destination dining spot on the Trans Canada Highway in northwestern Ontario has reopened in a new location, just outside Vermilion Bay.
Territorial premiers discuss northern issues at Council of the Federation talks
N.W.T. Premier Bob McLeod said he met with Yukon Premier Sandy Silver and Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq ahead of the meetings to discuss shared priorities.
Iran brushes off Trump threat to country's leader
Iranians are shrugging off the possibility that a exchange of words between Donald Trump and their own leader could escalate into military conflict.
Proposed Chinatown development presents community with new look
A revised version of a proposed development that would add a pair of 28 storey towers in Chinatown was presented to the community Saturday.
Regina traveller who died in Japan being remembered as 'free spirit'
A Regina traveller who died in Japan is being remembered as a 'free spirit'. Jeremy Campbell was known for his adventurous spirit that lead him on travels around the world.
Witnesses describe hysteria, terror of Greektown shooting
Witnesses describe the panic at the scene of a mass shooting in Toronto’s Greektown neighbourhood Sunday night.
LIVE COVERAGE | Mass shooting in Toronto
A gunman opened fire in Toronto's Greektown neighbourhood on Sunday evening.
Gunman and 2 victims dead, 12 others wounded in Toronto shooting
Two people were killed, plus a gunman who opened fire into busy restaurants in Toronto on Sunday night. Twelve others were wounded. Police say the shooting suspect died after an exchange of gunfire with police although it's not certain exactly how he died.
Humidex will reach 40 in Montreal once again, Environment Canada warns
Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for the Montreal area and its surroundings, advising people that humidex values are expected to reach at least 40.
Ottawa's Rolling Barber proves the power of a haircut for the homeless
The not-for-profit officially launched this weekend, offering haircuts to marginalized Ottawans inside a retrofitted school bus.
Tax dodgers and others stampeded to beat amnesty deadline in March
The Canada Revenue Agency tightened a tax-amnesty program on March 1, but many Canadians managed to sneak in under that deadline, allowing them access to its more generous terms. Tax practitioners say the new program has been stripped of so many incentives that few tax dodgers will be coming forward any more.
Take the test to discover your risk of a heart attack
@NightshiftMD took the test and found out he needs to eat a lot more carrots.
'Sorry I can't make it — I'm busy,' says woman 20 minutes into bad date
“When you can’t go on a date with someone, all you have to say is, ‘Sorry, I can’t make it! I’m busy!’” she explains. “So I decided to go with that.”
Hamilton police searching for Antonio Dias, missing since May
The 66-year-old was last seen in the area of Cannon Street West and James Street North on May 24, 2018.
Your horoscope for the week ahead: Mercury retrograde in Leo brings out Cupid and his arrow
Plus, a total lunar eclipse in Aquarius brings hope for an age of enlightenment.
Aftermath of mass shooting in Greektown area of Toronto
A large police presence after a man shot 14 people on the busy Danforh Ave.
You're living in a new geologic age, the Meghalayan
It’s official — you’re living in a new age. It’s called the Meghalayan, and geologists say it's marked by a 'mega-drought' and the collapse of civilizations 4,200 years ago.
Thunder Bay city council to discuss rats, organic waste
City councillors in Thunder Bay, Ont., will hear on hear on Monday night why a rat education and control program should get funded again in 2019.
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