Amazon Echo sent family's private conversation to another user
An "unlikely" string of events prompted Amazon's Echo personal assistant device to record a Portland, Ore., family's private conversation and then send the recording to an acquaintance in Seattle, the company said Thursday.
Friday weather will be muggier with possible rain, thunderstorm
After a nice stretch of bright, comfortable spring weather, we are about to turn more humid and unsettled.
Police identify woman, 21, who died of stabbing in Annex apartment
Toronto police have identified the 21-year-old woman who died after being stabbed many times in an Annex apartment this week.
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How health-care hubs are improving patient care in Corner Brook
It's changing the way patients receive treatment while also solving some of the biggest health-care problems, like long wait times and doctor recruitment.
Inuit 'wear their culture on their sleeve, literally': Inuk designer gears up for Indigenous Fashion Week
Inuk designer Nooks Lindell didn't always feel like he fit in in Arviat, Nunavut. Now, the 28-year-old is heading to Toronto for the city's inaugural Indigenous Fashion Week.
Remembering a woman who worked hard, prayed hard and partied hard
Power, known as Muffy, leaves behind more than a century of memories after passing away Tuesday in Corner Brook.
2 males wanted after improvised explosive device detonated at Mississauga restaurant injures 15
An improvised explosive device detonated inside a Mississauga restaurant is responsible for a blast that left 15 people injured Thursday night, police say.
Advocacy group urges Ontario voters to leave ballots blank on June 7
Ontarians go to the polls on June 7, but some advocates want them to know that they don't necessarily have to choose a candidate. They can instead choose to leave their ballots blank and send a message that none of the party leaders appeal to them.
Nipah virus outbreak in India 'definitely a concern,' Canadian scientist says
An outbreak in southern India demonstrates unique features of a mysterious virus.
Homeopathy for autism 'certainly not based on science,' B.C. health official says
B.C.’s top doctor says there are “huge potential harms” connected to a homeopathic treatment based on the unfounded claim that vaccines cause most cases of autism.
Military looks at foreign recruits to boost ranks
Canada's military is considering lifting a longstanding citizenship requirement as a way to boost its numbers. Right now, Canadian citizenship is a key requirement for enlistment, with waivers offered in exceptional cases.
Sudbury leading international study to better treat breast cancer patients
Imagine if your doctor knew your cancer treatment wasn’t working and was able to provide other options for you to get better.
Halifax chiropractor investigated for anti-vaccination views
Dr. Dena Churchill owns and operates Oxford Chiropractic Inc. She also markets herself as an author and public speaker, writes a blog called DrSexyMom, and runs a Facebook page billing herself as "Innovator in Women's Health and Wellness."
Baby gate maker offers compensation to woman whose dog impaled itself on metal latch
Regalo Baby, a U.S.-based manufacturer of child safety products, has offered to pay a portion of a vet bill after a dog impaled itself while trying to jump over one of the company's baby gates.
National Heritage Fair finalists frustrated by rules that end partnership
A pair of P.E.I. middle school students are frustrated and disappointed to learn that their partnership that won the P.E.I. Heritage Fair would be forced to separate for a chance to win the National Heritage Fair's top prize.
Nunavut Spends: Government threw a $70K 'Nunavut Night in Ottawa' party at conference
The money spent on the Nunavut-themed bash is a part of the larger $572,000 the territorial government spent in total on the conference, for which it has faced questions from Nunavut’s MLAs.
Solving hunger: Food banks are not the answer
Across New Brunswick there are dozens of food banks and soup kitchens feeding people who are struggling — but after nearly 40 years of fundraising and food drives — the number of people in need continues to rise.
Condo buyers left in lurch after developer sells off unfinished Saint-Henri project
A group of Montreal condominium buyers are going to court to try to get back either their deposits or their condos, after the unfinished building they were to move into in Saint-Henri in 2016 was sold to another developer.
'A genuine and immediate need': Hot spring weather leaves Siloam Mission in need of bottled water
The unseasonably hot and humid temperatures seen in Winnipeg this spring have left Siloam Mission scrambling to provide water for the city’s homeless population.
'It has eroded': The lost history of Kent County's Priest Rock
Vandalism and weathering have erased a portion of historic rock carvings near Harcourt.
Teacher from N.L. hopes to return to fire-ravaged community in Manitoba
Loretta Myles returned to Newfoundland a week ago for her sister's funeral. In that time, wildfire has swept eastern Manitoba.