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Canada faces steep odds in battle to join UN Security Council
Canada is in the running for a seat on the United Nations Security Council, but is in tough against Ireland and Norway.
Trudeau affirms support for 'united Spain' following meetings with Spanish PM
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday during a meeting with his Spanish counterpart that he has confidence in the ability of the Spanish government to resolve the Catalan secession crisis in a way that respects freedom of expression.
Judge grants defence more time to review disclosure in Fredericton shooting case
Judge Julian Dickson granted the defence for Matthew Vincent Raymond, accused of killing four people in early August, until Oct. 22 to review the disclosure as Raymond remains in custody.
Owner of Sobeys, FreshCo, Foodland, IGA, Price Chopper buying Ontario grocery chain Farm Boy for $800M
The parent company of grocery chain Sobeys Inc. says it has reached a deal to acquire food retailer Farm Boy and all its 26 locations in a bid to expand its reach in Ontario.
Saskatoon city council to vote on waste utility and 'Pay as You Throw' system Monday
Saskatoon city councillors will today vote on whether to create a new waste utility that would charge customers for curbside collection based on usage.
Pedestrian killed in northeast London
London police say a pedestrian was struck and killed by a car in the city's northeast on Sunday night.
Justin Trudeau attends opening of UN Mandela Peace Summit LIVE
PM will speak at the event in New York City later in the day
Here's what's open and closed Monday as tornado cleanup continues
Here's what you need to know for the first weekday since Friday's tornadoes in Ottawa and Gatineau.
Sculpture destined for Fundy Park takes U-turn to Saint Andrews
The community of Saint Andrews steps in to accept a dramatic sculpture originally commissioned by the federal government for Fundy Park.
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Power restored for thousands in Ottawa after Friday tornadoes
Hydro Ottawa crews managed to restore power to thousands of customers overnight, two days after tornadoes struck the National Capital Region. As of 7:30 a.m. ET Monday, only about 3,600 customers remained without power in the Nepean area.
How to help during the Ottawa-Gatineau tornado
If you've been affected by the tornadoes that struck the National Capital Region? Are you looking to help? This is your place to connect.
400 Cape Bretoners come together to fight hospital closures
Cape Bretoners are preparing to protest the province's plans to close the Northside General Hospital and the New Waterford Consolidated Hospital. On Sunday, 400 people gathered at a North Sydney arena to discuss how best to do that.
Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Sept. 24
Follow live traffic updates during Ottawa Morning from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and All In A Day from 3 to 6 p.m.
Heading to the polls? Voting tips for election day
After weeks of campaign promises, the election is finally in the home stretch with 570,000 New Brunswickers eligible to vote.
Girl, 3, in hospital after being bitten by dog in Mississauga
A three-year-old girl bitten by a dog on the weekend in Mississauga is in stable condition in hospital, Peel police say.
A major league promotion for Stubby Clapp? It's 'beyond his control' for now
There are lots of rumours about Stubby Clapp's potential future as a manager for a major league team, but he won't speculate.
Missing Longueuil boy, 14, found safe
Longueuil police tweeted that the boy, who had been missing since Tuesday, was found safe.
RCMP's ability to police digital realm 'rapidly declining,' commissioner warned
Organized crime is moving online and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is struggling to keep up, according to a briefing note prepared for RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki when she took over the top job earlier this year.
'A tool for healing': Vinyasa Yoga lessons delivered in remote, northern Sask.
Instructors are travelling to remote northern communities to teach students Vinyasa Yoga, with teachers reporting back promising results that students are becoming more attentive and less restless with the classes.
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Hugh Grant: Actor, ex ad-man, Seinfeld fan and Japanese idol
The time Midday ended up talking to Hugh Grant about so many things - except the movie he was promoting.
The Lineup: Nathan Macinstosh
Comedian Nathan Macintosh was in town for JFL42, and we asked him to tell us his dream comedy lineup.
Why Quebec's small left-wing party is having the campaign of its life
No one seems to be having a good campaign these days in Quebec; no one, that is, except a small left-wing party that doesn’t believe in leaders and has a campaign bus bereft of journalists.
Where Quebec's parties stand on the issues that matter most to you
Who's offering tax cuts? Who will let police officers wear the hijab? Who promised free daycare? We've got your definitive election guide right here.