Former US President George H.W. Bush treated in hospital 1 day after wife's funeral
Former U.S. President George Bush is in hospital. He was admitted Sunday morning after contracting a blood infection, just one day after the funeral for his wife, Barbara. Doctors say the 93-year-old Bush appears to be recovering.
Here's what we know about the victims of the Toronto van attack
Toronto police are appealing for the public to help identify the victims of a deadly van attack Monday that left 10 dead and numerous people hurt. The first victim identified, on Tuesday, was Anne Marie D'Amico.
Trump's nominee to head veterans' affairs department runs into trouble
The nomination of presidential physician Ronny Jackson to head the U.S. Veterans Affairs Department has been put on hold while a Senate committee looks into "serious allegations."
'The most flooding in almost 30 years'
Road closures as Lamont County faces damaging floods due to spring melt.
Sudbury review hears police still carding people 'out of nowhere'
An Ontario judge has wrapped up his review of independent street checks, a police practice more commonly referred to as "carding."
Arctic sea ice jammed with plastics from Pacific garbage patch
Sea ice from the remote Arctic Ocean may look clear and pristine, but up to 12,000 tiny pieces of plastic may be embedded in a single chunk small enough to sit on your hand, researchers have found.
Brush fire sends smoke through Quidi Vidi
St. John's Regional Fire Department are on the scene.
Israel abandons plan to forcibly deport African migrants
The Israeli government said on Tuesday it was abandoning a plan to forcibly deport African migrants who had entered the country illegally.
Provincial high school gymnastics' future in doubt amidst declining participation
The vibrant energy at this week’s gymnastics festival in Greater Sudbury was partially muted by the fact OFSAA’s executive committee will decide this summer whether or not to keep the tournament going in future years amidst declining participation.
'There was no time for hysteria': Bystanders leap to aid Toronto van attack victims
Two ordinary citizens who rushed to help victims of yesterday's van attack in Toronto say that first aid training helped them to keep a cool head, and are urging others to take the classes.
Raids targeting Hells Angels yield dozens of arrests in Quebec
Quebec provincial police say they have arrested "influential" members of the Hells Angels and dismantled three of the biggest drug trafficking rings in the province.
Homeowners demand action as provincial team inspects Lake Erie flood damage
The team from the ministry of municipal affairs and housing along with representatives from the Essex Region Conservation Authority went door to door in the Marentette Beach and Cotterie Park areas. Ministry officials will be compiling a report for Minster Bill Mauro.
Lowell on her new LP Lone Wolf and what it takes to write a pop hit
Toronto-based musician Lowell joins guest host Gill Deacon live in the q studio for a stripped down performance and to chat about her new album.
U.S. 10-year bond hits 3% yield for first time since 2014
The yield on the 10-year U.S. government bond hit three per cent for the first time in four years on Tuesday, pushed up by expectations of higher inflation to come.
Ottawa school boards to weigh in on pot shop locations — somehow
Making the Ontario Cannabis Store consult with school boards on locations for marijuana stores might sound reasonable. Only one problem: some school boards have no idea what "consultation" means.
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Adrian Stimson reclaims his past by parodying photos from his family's residential school
Upon first glance, the Siksika artist's Sketches of Indian Life might seem like a lighthearted photo. But there's much more to it when you look closer.
STM bus driver caught on camera yelling, nearly hitting cyclist suspended for 5 days
The STM bus driver who was caught on camera passing close to a cyclist on Sherbrooke Street West and arguing with him after the fact has been suspended for five days without pay.
Man arrested after Toronto van attack charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder
The man taken into custody after pedestrians were mowed down on a busy Toronto street Monday has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted murder.
New rules sprung on lobster fishermen to protect endangered whales
Parts of the water off the coast of New Brunswick will be closed to lobster fishing this season to protect the North Atlantic right whale, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has told lobster fishermen.
'We cannot live in fear': Trudeau reacts to deadly Toronto van attack
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought to reassure Canadians on Tuesday that the deadly van attack in Toronto has no connection to national security, while urging people to go about their daily lives after 10 people were killed and more than a dozen were injured.
Former gas line engineer, arrested for protest, speaks out against Kinder Morgan pipeline
Jack Bryceland says he is speaking out against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project because he is concerned about the possibility of a tanker spill.
Lowell - Bitter Rivals (LIVE)
Lowell performs an acoustic version of her song Bitter Rivals in the q studio.
That sweet parking spot in front of your house? You don't own it, so chill out
Dan Onischuk has been in a 20-year battle to stake claim over the street parking in front of his home.
'Risk can be mitigated': Environmental scientist explains why he supports the Trans Mountain pipeline
Jim Thomson, an environmental scientist from Edmonton, says he supports the Trans Mountain pipeline, but believes much work still needs to be done before it gets built.