Northern Ontario hunting advocate will chair committee reviewing moose management
The Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry appointed John Kaplanis to chair the Big Game Management Advisory Committee last week.
Numbers show Hamilton homeowners are struggling to pay the high city taxes
The numbers showed a stark picture at Hamilton city hall last week. Local taxes are higher than average, and homeowners are fighting to keep up.
Ottawa dentist connects to patients in American Sign Language
Dr. Shelly Stack spent 20 years as an ASL interpreter and is now using that skill in her dental practice.
Second trial begins for Behchoko man accused of sexual assault
The second trial of a man accused of sexual assault begins on Tuesday in Behchoko, N.W.T. Chris Dryneck, 46, was charged more than three years ago. His first trial ended in a mistrial because he had requested an interpreter and did not get one.
Detroit denies request to leave petroleum coke pit uncovered
Marathon Petroleum's request to avoid covering a petroleum coke storage pit in southwest Detroit has been denied.
Efforts to recruit skilled foreign workers to northern Ontario paying off, official says
The first of at least four families destined to arrive in the region over the next six weeks landed in Thunder Bay, Ont., over the Easter Weekend, and three more are on their way Yaye Peukassa told CBC.
Sask. courts, police and medical professionals wrestling with internet child pornography
What is a psychiatrist's responsibility when a patient admits to downloading child pornography? The answer may not be what you expect.
Charges in 4 major VPD drug investigations have been sunk by Charter rights violations in past 3 years
Project Trooper, Project Talon, Project Thorne and Project Tent were all major investigations by the VPD's drug squad. In each case, criminal prosecutions have fallen apart because of constitutional violations by the investigating officers.
New lane closures on Highway 417, Baseline and Robertson roads
Also, the English school board for the Outaouais says its buses may not be able to serve flooded areas.
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Snow, ice pellets and freezing rain: A Newfoundland mix of weather this week
There could be as much as 20 centimetres of snow for Gander by Friday.
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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.
Pickup truck hits pedestrian in Pierrefonds
An 18-year-old man was taken to hospital after being hit by a pickup truck at an intersection in Pierrefonds Tuesday morning, police said.
Mild temperatures remain but rain returns in the evening
Expect sun with increasing cloudiness as the day progresses.
'I'm lucky I survived': How this 91-year-old van attack survivor has learned to adapt 1 year later
One year later, Aleksandra Kozhevnikova is one of many van attack survivors still struggling to rebuild their lives and return to a sense of normalcy. That struggle has included not just physical and psychological therapy, but also a fight to have her injuries classified as catastrophic to ensure she received funding for all the treatment she required.
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Faces of freedom, documentary showcases N.L.'s newcomers
Sitting in a St. John's pub, Rodrigo Iniquez and Conor McCann came up with the idea for their documentary to showcase diversity across the province. It premieres this week.
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.
Thunder Bay North Stars head to Dudley Hewitt Cup aiming to win
The North Stars finished the regular season this year 49-5-1-1 and captured the Superior International Junior Hockey League championship on Saturday.
Myanmar's top court rejects appeal of jailed Reuters reporters
Myanmar's Supreme Court has rejected the final appeal of two Reuters journalists and upheld seven-year prison sentences for their reporting on the military's brutal crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
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.
5-year-old dies after falling into pool at Pierrefonds home
A 5-year-old boy has died after falling into a pool at a private residence in Pierrefonds Monday evening, according to Montreal police.
Sri Lankan security officials warned of attacks on churches
A warning sent to Sri Lankan security directors named a local group planning to carry out terror attacks on churches, but it's unclear what action was taken before the Easter bombings at churches and hotels that killed more than 300 people.