'I was beginning to lose hope': Woman battles bank for 2 years for information on her own account
An Edmonton woman is speaking out about a two-year battle with her bank to access information about her account after she noticed a questionable transaction.
Canadian intelligence officials have heard audio of Khashoggi killing, Trudeau says
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadian intelligence officials have listened to a recording of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
City of Toronto quashes plans to buy hotel housing refugees, asylum seekers
The City of Toronto is putting the brakes on the potential purchase of a financially troubled hotel currently housing some 500 homeless people and asylum seekers, despite quietly making a bid for the facility earlier this year.
NHL, retired players reach tentative settlement in concussion lawsuit
The NHL and lawyers for retired players say a tentative settlement has been reached in a lawsuit brought against the league over head injuries.
California wildfires could become 'explosive' due to windy conditions
The overall death toll from the outbreak of fires in both Northern and Southern California reached at least 31 on Sunday evening and appeared likely to rise as fierce winds fanned the raging flames.
'It's something out of a Hitchcock film': Experts re-examine unsolved Canadian airliner bombing
U.K. couple who named their son after Hitler jailed over membership in far-right group
Mishaps, protests and litigation overshadow Florida recount
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Canada falling short on flu vaccinations: internal report
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