Body of missing Laval woman found in Mexico

Authorities in Mexico say the body of Laval, Que., resident Christine St-Onge, who had been missing since last week, has been found.

Fredericton's emergency shelter earns approval to stay open all winter

Some Fredericton residents can breathe a sigh-of-relief after the city's planning advisory committee agreed to keep the recent out of the cold shelter running until spring.

The most underrated Canadian songs of 2018

We look at the hidden gems that stuck with us this year — ones you may not have heard, but will want on your playlist.

Brian Gallant 'close' friends with 2 key members of Francophonie Games committee

Two friends of former Liberal premier Brian Gallant occupy key positions on the organizing committee of the Jeux de la Francophonie — a committee that is rapidly losing the confidence of political leaders over the ballooning costs of the games.

Homicide in Charlemagne: 71-year-old man found in driveway

Local​ police were called to a home in Charlemagne on Sacre-Coeur Street around 6 p.m. Wednesday where a 71-year-old man was found in the driveway.

Botched handling of gangster refugee claimant exposes Canada's screening weaknesses

Canada's handling of a refugee claimant's case exposes cracks in our immigration screening process, an expert says.

First of Curtis Sagmoen's multiple criminal trials starts today in Vernon

A North Okanagan man, accused of threatening and assaulting sex trade workers in four separate incidents, will stand trial today on one count of mischief for an alleged incident last summer near Falkland, B.C., where a kind of spikebelt was allegedly used to damage the tires of a vehicle.

New HIV guidelines could clear Nunavut man of sexual assault charges

Bobby Kaotalok is charged with aggravated sexual assault for allegedly failing to disclose his HIV status — but new guidelines could change that.

Huawei's presence in Saskatchewan risky, says security expert

The former head of the Asia-Pacific Bureau for CSIS says the presence of Chinese telecom giant Huawei's equipment in Saskatchewan's wireless networks could pose security risks.

Councillor wants to rename Cambridge's pedestrian bridge for former mayor Doug Craig

Cambridge Coun. Frank Monteiro plans to introduce a motion in January that aims for the pedestrian bridge to be renamed to honour of former mayor Doug Craig.

Disabled Saskatoon couple worried they 'could end up on the street' due to benefit changes

Cam and Anita Duff fear they won't be able to pay for rent or medical supplies after their 65th birthdays due to recent cuts to Saskatchewan's Assured Income for Disabilities program.

Truck barely avoids head-on crash on C.B.S. bypass, captured on dashcam video

A driver moved their truck back into the proper lane just in time to avoid a collision.

Body of missing Laval, Que. woman found in Mexico

The body of a missing Laval, Que. woman has been found in Mexico, authorities there report. Christine St-Onge travelled to Los Cabos, Mexico with a man who returned to Quebec without her and was later found dead. Provincial police said it was a suicide.

Summerside changing tack on doctor recruitment

The economic development department in Summerside, P.E.I., is looking at new ways to recruit physicians.

Michigan teacher starts each day with personalized handshakes

A suburban Detroit teacher is putting a positive spin on the start of each school day by greeting her students with personalized handshakes.

Michigan boy raising money for friend's gravestone gets wish

A 12-year-old Michigan boy who'd been working odd jobs to raise money for a gravestone for his best friend is getting some help.

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Nunatsiavut welcomes Nutrition North changes, but says they're just a start

Increased and additional subsidies for food and other items is welcomed, but the lack of transparency in the program overall is not.

Thunder Bay police search for 26-year-old woman 'last seen in mid-November'

Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., are asking for the public's help in locating a missing 26-year-old woman who was last seen in mid-November.
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Former P.E.I. PC leader Mel Gass dies

Mel Gass, a former leader of P.E.I.'s Progressive Conservative Party who also served in Parliament for many years, has died.

Police find dead man with bullet wounds in crashed car in Etobicoke

A man is dead after being found in a vehicle with apparent gunshot wounds in Kingsview Village, Toronto police say.

After Mississauga and Markham opt out, future of retail cannabis shops up for debate in Toronto

Councillors in Toronto are set to debate whether to allow retail pot shops in Canada's largest city.

Nunatsiavut hopes new Nutrition North changes just a start

Changes to Nutrition North are welcomed by Labrador Inuit, says the food security co-ordinator for the Nunatsiavut government. But Kristeen McTavish believes there is a big 'lack of transparency' about where those dollars go, and how they're passed on to consumers.