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Teenage hockey player keeps head up in fight against cancer
This 14-year-old hockey player has two goals: beat cancer, and get back in the game.
Here are the latest flood-related road closures and detours
Rising waters have closed or reduced the capacity of several streets and roadways in the Ottawa-Gatineau area.
Quebec flooding forces evacuation of more than 2,500 homes
Flooding from the spring thaw and rain has affected more than 2,500 homes in Quebec and 1,700 residents have been forced to leave, according to the latest numbers by Urgence Québec. Hundreds of Canadian soldiers were helping volunteers fill and stack sandbags.
Wanted man arrested after flight from police in stolen school bus
A man wanted on several outstanding warrants was arrested after allegedly stealing a school bus, prompting a large police response on Peacekeepers Way Monday afternoon. A 40-year-old man was arrested after trying to flee police.
United Church in Pacquet up in flames
People in the Baie Verte Peninsula community of Pacquet woke early Tuesday morning to their church on fire.
Rescuers race to find survivors after Philippine quake kills 15
Rescue teams in the Philippines searched for signs of life beneath the rubble of a collapsed four-storey commercial building on Tuesday after a strong earthquake shook the country's biggest island, killing at least 15 people.
Kim Jong-un to meet with Vladimir Putin 'soon': North Korean state media
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will visit Russia for a summit with President Vladimir Putin, North Korean state media said on Tuesday, and a Russian news report said the leaders will meet on April 25 in Vladivostok.
Woman arrested in killing of Northern Ireland reporter Lyra McKee
The Northern Ireland Police Service says they have arrested a woman under the Terrorism Act in the slaying of journalist Lyra McKee.
Sri Lanka arrests 40 suspects after bombings, death toll up to 310
As a state of emergency took effect Tuesday giving the Sri Lankan military war-time powers, police arrested 40 suspects, including the driver of a van allegedly used by the suicide bombers and the owner of a house where some of them lived.
'I tried to bury it down': NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says he was sexually abused as a child
In his new book, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh alleges he was sexually abused as a child. He speaks to Anna Maria Tremonti about the abuse, and why he hopes his revelation will help other survivors.
How letters from migrants shed light on the 'intolerable' conditions inside U.S. detention centres
Appalled that migrants were being funnelled into a U.S. detention centre near their home, a group of San Diego residents starting writing letters to the migrants. Then the migrants wrote back, starting a conversation about the conditions they face, and what those ordinary folk on the outside could do to help.
Coming together: One year after Toronto van attack, victim's family and witnesses find new ways to help others
One year after the deadly van attack on Yonge Street in Toronto, the family of one of the victims and witnesses affected by it have found ways to move forward from the trauma while also helping others.
Woman arrested in killing of Northern Ireland reporter
Police in Northern Ireland say they have arrested a woman in the slaying of journalist Lyra McKee. The 57-year-old woman was arrested Tuesday under the terrorism act. A splinter group of the Irish Republican Army says one of its "volunteers" shot McKee during a riot in Londonderry.
Marshals for Pride Winnipeg's 2019 parade span generations
When Peetanacoot Nenakawekapo marched in Winnipeg’s first Pride parade in 1987, she was one of the only people not wearing a paper bag over her head to hide her identity.
How medical marijuana use could make one Nova Scotia man homeless
Philip Bennett broke the rules in his apartment building by smoking and vaping his medical marijuana on his balcony, now he's being kicked out. Because he has little money and needs a place that's wheelchair accessible he hasn't been able to find a new home.
Sudbury health unit endorses U=U campaign around HIV
Public health officials in Sudbury are promoting a campaign designed to change the way people think about HIV. The goal of the U=U (undetectable = untransmittable) campaign is to help eliminate the stigma around the virus.
Air pollution contributing to high mercury, metal levels in Kejimkujik lakes
A new study of lake sediment samples dating back over 200 years has shown a rise in mercury and some metal levels.
Oilsands CO2 emissions may be far higher than companies report, scientists say
A number of major oilsands operations in Alberta seem to be emitting significantly more carbon pollution than companies have been reporting, according to a new study from federal scientists.
'Mother' Theresa takes on Bell for refund of almost $1,000
A Nova Scotia senior who seldom used her cellphone is trying to recover money from Bell, after automatic debits to pay for the service added up to a credit of close to $1,000.
New players enter forestry sector near Miramichi
A purchase of 265 New Brunswick timberland properties in the Miramichi area involving German investors, a firm that partly owns the Toronto Maple Leafs and a flamboyant international land dealer has introduced new players into the province's forest economy.
Catholic board has no plans to debate school board merge proposal
Merging the Catholic and public school boards, English and French, is not something the chair of the Windsor Essex Catholic District School board is focusing on.