'It's so upsetting': 6-year-old killed in boating accident on Kalamalka Lake

A six-year-old child from North Vancouver has died after being struck by the family's boat on Kalamalka Lake in B.C.'s Okanagan.

Trump lashes out at Omarosa, calls her 'that dog'

​Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman declares she "will not be silenced" by U.S. President Donald Trump, remaining defiant as her public feud with her former boss appears to shift to a possible legal battle.

Watch Power & Politics for August 14, 2018

The federal government is readying emergency measures to protect Canada's steel industry. But could they help one industry, while hurting another? Plus, Quebec's chief NAFTA negotiator on the state of negotiations.

Emergency crews rescue boy, 10, trapped under vehicle in Oakville

Emergency crews rescued a 10-year-old boy Tuesday evening who was trapped underneath a vehicle in Oakville, Halton police say.

Fredericton residents displaced by shooting say home will never be the same

Tenants of a Fredericton apartment complex who were displaced by last Friday's deadly shooting were allowed back home on Tuesday, but many say it will never be the same.

Conflict of interest accusations against Sudbury councillor prove unfounded in court

City councillor Joscelyne Landry-Altmann accused of conflict of interest says the case against her has ended due to a lack of evidence.

Federer earns straight sets victory in Cincinnati

Rogers Federer advances to 3rd round with 6-4, 6-4 win over Peter Gojowczyk.

Indian Industrial cemetery plaque unveiled

The Regina Indian Industrial School cemetery has received a Provincial Heritage Property plaque in honour of the children buried there.

Motorway bridge collapses near the northern Italian port city of Genoa

At least 26 people dead, according to reports

Travellers warned after person with measles passes through YVR twice

The B.C. Centre for Disease Control said the infectious person was travelling between Japan, Vancouver and Portland by air and also took a trip on a cruise ship to Alaska between July 30 and Aug. 6.

Ecuador road accident involving bus leaves at least 24 dead

A bus apparently lost its brakes, then hit another vehicle at high speed and rolled over four times, killing at least 24 people and injuring 22 while smashing into several houses along a highway near Ecuador's capital early Tuesday, officials said.

Man and dog aboard small plane missing in northern Alberta

Crews continue to search an expanse of land north and west of Edmonton Tuesday looking for a small plane that disappeared without a trace during a flight across northern Alberta.

Milos Raonic moves easily into 2nd round in Cincinnati

Canada's Milos Raonic cruised into the second round of the Western & Southern Open tennis tournament with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Serbian qualifier Dusan Lajovic on Tuesday.

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Male motorcyclist dead after crash in Oakville, police say

A male motorcyclist is dead following a serious collision at the intersection of Wyecroft Road and Sinclair Road in Oakville, Peel police say.

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City gives up on Centre Line LRT bridge over river, for now

Edmonton’s Centre Line LRT is likely two decades away from being built but on Tuesday city councillors agreed the train should go down Whyte Avenue all the way to the University LRT station.

Animals evacuated from northern shelters near B.C. wildfires

Fifty-two animals were evacuated Sunday from SPCA shelters in Quesnel and Williams Lake, B.C., where wildfires are burning nearby.

Seatbelt safety message still lost on many motorists, say RCMP

During July, 181 drivers or passengers in Nova Scotia were ticketed for failing to buckle up.

Dozens dead in Genoa bridge collapse

A bridge on a major thoroughfare collapsed Tuesday in the northern Italian city of Genoa during a violent storm, sending vehicles plunging 45 metres into a heap of rubble and causing 26 deaths and injuring 15.

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'Mind-blowing' mural by Spanish artists coming to downtown Edmonton wall

Get ready Edmonton: Another large-scale mural by Spanish artists is coming to a downtown wall.