Mosaïculture falls short of 2018 attendance goal
Mosaïculture, the topiary exhibition in its second year at Gatineau's Jacques-Cartier Park, failed to meet its attendance goal of half a million visitors over three and a half months.
Child dies after being hit by C-Train
A 10-year-old girl has died after being hit by a C-Train on Monday morning, according to Calgary police.
Cannabis NB's online store posts price list, instructions for rolling joints
New Brunswickers are getting a look at what cannabis products will be available when recreational use of the drug becomes legal on Wednesday.
Man skinny dips with sharks at Toronto Ripley's Aquarium
Wearing nothing except a large smile, a man jumped into the largest exhibit at Ripley's Aquarium in downtown Toronto late Friday and swam among sharks before security asked him to leave — but it didn't end there.
Guelph police arrest 'baby stroller bandits' after vehicle break-ins
A man and woman from Guelph have been charged with possession of stolen property after police investigated calls of people going through vehicles and pushing a baby stroller.
'Depending on the circumstances there may or may not be availability'
Mi'kmaq Child and Family Services New Brunswick Inc. CEO Oona Keagan says the organization is trying to be proactive in recruiting and retaining foster parents.
Driver succumbs to injuries after Friday night crash north of London
A 26-year-old man has died of injuries he suffered in a single vehicle crash near Walton on Friday night. The victim has been identified as Matthew Huether of Central Huron.
When No. 99 became the official No. 1 scorer
Wayne Gretzky's jersey identified him on the ice as No. 99, but the goals he scored made him the number-one all-time scorer.
Victoria mayoral race about the city's changing character
Victoria has shed its sleepy reputation as home to "newlyweds and nearly deads" and ushered in a more urban, modern vibe. Some consider the current mayor's race a referendum on the changes this has brought.
Missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry starts in St. John's
Nine people will testify during the four days of hearings, in the third stage of the inquiry.
B.C. College of Chiropractors gives ultimatum on misleading health claims
There is no acceptable scientific evidence that chiropractors can treat Alzheimer's disease, cancer, diabetes, infertility, infections, autism, ADHD or Down syndrome. And yet, some practitioners in B.C. claim they can.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers keynote address at Fortune Global Forum LIVE
Justin Trudeau speaks and then participates in an armchair discussion with Alan Murray, the president of Fortune Magazine, at the Fortune Global Forum in Toronto.
Rawi Hage reflects on why death is for the living in Beirut Hellfire Society
The Montreal-based novelist speaks with Shelagh Rogers about his latest novel.
'Unfair' to ask cost of garbage promise, Doucet says
Ottawa mayoral candidate Clive Doucet says it's "unfair" to expect him to detail how he'll pay for one of his key — and potentially costliest — campaign promises.
Your horoscope for the week: Get ready to see results
Things start to change in a favourable way in this pivotal week.
Family escapes trailer fire in Shuniah, Ont., after waking up to crying baby
A family in northwestern Ontario narrowly escape a fire that broke out in their mobile home in the municipality of Shuniah early Sunday morning.
All your questions about legal recreational cannabis in N.L. answered
What you can, and can't, do come Oct. 17.
The Blue Clerk
In The Blue Clerk award-winning poet Dionne Brand stages a conversation and an argument between the poet and the Blue Clerk, who is the keeper of the poet’s pages.
Theory is a novel by Dionne Brand.
Ontario schools prepare for legalization of recreational cannabis
As the arrival of legal cannabis looms, school boards across Ontario are grappling with how to discuss the drug with underage students barred from consuming it while ensuring rules and policies reflect the province's new legal and social reality.
Dennis Oland's retrial in 2011 death of father begins today with jury selection
One of the most sensational murder cases in New Brunswick history is back before the courts in Saint John today as jury selection begins for the retrial of Dennis Oland in the 2011 bludgeoning death of his father, multimillionaire Richard Oland.
Man dies in London police custody, watchdog notified
A man has died after being arrested by London police on Thursday night.
Surrey twins beat incredible odds, parents raise awareness about rare disease
Twins Jaxon and Axel weighed less than three kilograms combined when born more than two months premature. The pair spent 147 days in a neonatal care unit. Now their parents are home with them and sharing their experiences with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
Why The Acme Novelty Library #18 makes Dana Michel emotional
The Montreal dancer and choreographer says Chris Ware's graphic novel represents proof of the value of 'high sensitivity.'
'I don't think it's a hoax': Trump backs off climate change claim
U.S. President Donald Trump is backing off his claim that climate change is a hoax but says he doesn't know if humans are causing global warming, and he suggests that the climate will "change back again."