1 dead, several wounded in suicide bomber attacks in Tunisian capital
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up in separate attacks on police in the Tunisian capital on Thursday, killing one police officer and wounding several other people, the government said.
'Kevlar in the classroom': Teachers turn to protective gear as violence escalates
Teachers at several Ottawa-area school boards are increasingly turning to "armour" to guard against violent outbursts by students.
Suresh Doss: Brushfire Smoke BBQ
John Vetere is the head chef at Brushfire Smoke BBQ located at the back of Oast Brewery in Niagara-on-the-lake, Ont.
Germany's Angela Merkel seen shaking for 2nd time this month
Australia investigating reports one of its citizens detained in North Korea
Germany's Merkel seen shaking for 2nd time in June
40 C in June, Europe roasting in another heat wave
G20 may need to be reminded that there's more to Canada's economy than trade with China
Initial monitoring shows no water contamination after northern Ontario cargo plane crash
The Morning Edition
67-year-old Pincher Creek woman angry at hospital for discharging her with no shoes, money, ID
5th North Atlantic right whale found dead, speed limits imposed in Gulf of St. Lawrence
Sudbury News Update
Community festival revived after 32 years
Racism, bias continue to plague police force, deputy chief says
Mistrust in Ottawa police revealed in internal report
Photo of drowned migrants reignites raging U.S. political debate
Calgary News Update
Maria Felix Miller appointed Ward 3 school board trustee
'We've all changed since then': Discovery of camera lost on 2013 grad night stirs memories, reflection
'Engaged' jury at Joshua Megeney inquest asks at length about Saskatoon SWAT team practices