3 Calgary family members killed, 3 others injured in crash on Texas highway

A Calgary family is in mourning after a head-on highway collision in Texas on Saturday left three members dead and sent three others to hospital with serious injuries.

Not your grandmother's needlepoint: Diversity of needle arts on display in Charlottetown

The Embroiders Association of Canada national seminar is in Charlottetown this week, and the meeting will include a display of the wide variety of work made by members.

Justin Trudeau makes announcement with N.S. premier LIVE

PM is scheduled to make an announcement with Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil followed by a media availability
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Thousands of patient records held for ransom in Ontario home care data breach, attackers claim

The detailed medical histories and contact information of possibly tens of thousands of home-care patients in Ontario are allegedly being held for ransom by thieves who recently raided the computer systems of a health-care provider.

Physicians urge Ottawa to pay another $21B over decade for seniors health care

Physicians are calling on the federal government to shell out another $21 billion over the next decade to help provinces and territories pay for soaring health care costs that will be propelled by the unavoidable growth of Canada's seniors population.

Heat alert ends as cooler air moves through GTA

Environment Canada has ended its heat alert for the City of Toronto and surrounding areas after another days-long heat wave gripped southern Ontario.

Russian hackers used U.S. servers, bitcoin financing: Mueller

Details of Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election are spelled out in the indictment handed down last week of 12 Russian intelligence officers.

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Environmental group relieved Thunder Bay out of running for smelter

An environmental group in Thunder Bay, Ont., is relieved the city is out of the running for a proposed ferrochrome processing facility.

Up to your knees in gravel: Iconic Western Brook Pond boardwalk replaced

A new trail in Gros Morne National Park has one outdoor guide worried about business and the environment, but Parks Canada says it helps with accessibility.

N.L. government breaking its own laws on access to info requests: commissioner

Information requests are longer and more complicated, and co-ordinators are being asked to do additional work on top of regular duties.

Brexit campaign group Vote Leave referred to police for breaching spending rules

Britain's Electoral Commission said on Tuesday it had fined the officially designated pro-Brexit campaign group 61,000 pounds ($106,065 Cdn) for breaching spending rules in the 2016 referendum and referred it to the police.

Trump actions yesterday the beginning of America's 'surrender', says former White House staffer

In the face of a geopolitical menace in the form of Russia, critics warn that U.S. President Donald Trump's refusal to publicly denounce Russian leader Vladimir Putin for interference in the 2016 election heralds the beginning of an era of American 'surrender.'

Veteran dies after alleged altercation with Saint John man facing assault charge

Nineteen-year-old William Ronald Jordan appeared in Saint John court Monday to face a charge of assault causing bodily harm to navy veteran Anthony Dwyer. Dwyer was taken off life support later that night, according to his family.

1 man hospitalized after another Saint John shooting

The Saint John Police Major Crime Unit is investigating another shooting on the city's east side.

Your photos can be used in 'catfishing' romance scams

For years, images of Alec Couros have been used for so-called "catfishing": online romance scams often used to cheat 'love interests' out of money. Now he's on a campaign to educate potential victims.

Here's what it's like to be Paul Giamatti's personal chef

"Just make whatever," he'll say.

Local promoter hopes big festivals will share the spotlight

The co-owner of an Ottawa live music venue is hoping some of the city's bigger music festivals might be willing to spread their events beyond the festival grounds.
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Stroke victim ruled 'person in need of protection' from Philippines church

An elderly and ailing woman who fled the Philippines has been granted refugee status in Canada — the Immigration and Refugee Board ruling she is a "person in need of protection" from her former church, the "Iglesia Ni Cristo."

A ramp down to nature: Woman in wheelchair experiences Hopewell Rocks in new way

On an earlier trip to the Hopewell Rocks, Murielle Pitre's sisters went down the stairs to the beach and walked on the ocean floor. Pitre, who uses a wheelchair, sat on the lookout up above and watched.

Musician who toured using Greyhound faces uncertain future after route closures

Orit Shimoni says she was able to tour in any sort of weather — even through harsh Saskatchewan winters — because of the dependability of the Greyhound busses.

Survey shows lack of knowledge, awareness for Great Lakes

A new survey by the International Joint Commission asked more than 4000 people living around the lakes what they think and how they feel about the Great Lakes.

Muslim kids summer camp all about balancing religious and Canadian identity

Organizers of a summer camp at Calgary's Al-Salam Centre are hoping to show just how Islamic and Canadian values can work together, while still enjoying mainstream activities that other kids experience.