U of Sask. campus security warns students after attack
The University of Saskatchewan's protective services division is warning people to be extra careful after a student was attacked Monday night.
Mississauga, Brampton mayoral candidates lay out key challenges for growing cities
Mississauga and Brampton's political hopefuls say affordability and transit are the key concerns ahead of Monday's municipal election.
5 stores will open on 1st day of legal weed in Manitoba
Here's where you can get your cannabis in Manitoba on Oct. 17.
Altuve to DH among trio of Astros moves for Game 3: MLB playoff notes
Six-time all-star second baseman Jose Altuve is a designated hitter for the Houston Astros in the playoffs for the first time on Tuesday against Boston. Manager A.J. Hinch is also moving Marwin Gonzalez to second base and Tony Kemp to left field.
? is superior to !
Questions are asked and answered—loudly!—in this punctuation altercation between Lara Rae and The Irrelevant Show's Peter Brown.
Nickelback is one of Canada's greatest bands
Look at this photograph: Canada's most-maligned band has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide. Kyle Bottom tells Mayce Galoni it's time we appreciated Nickelback.
North Vancouver pilot may have accidentally been knocked out moments before fatal crash
Seaplane pilot Gareth Morgan was possibly struck by an elbow or camera while piloting a sightseeing tour near Sydney, Australia on New Year's Eve, says company owner.
Health unit unveils long-term strategy to battle drug, alcohol addiction
With London and surrounding areas continuing to struggle with the effects of addiction, the Middlesex-London Health Unit has laid out its strategy to combat drug and alcohol abuse.
Strong winds lead to power outages in P.E.I.
Strong winds on P.E.I. led to power outages for residents across the Island — particularly in Prince County.
Oct 17, 2018: Nickelback & ? vs. !
Look at this photograph: Canada's most-maligned band has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide. Kyle Bottom tells Mayce Galoni it's time we appreciated Nickelback. Then, questions are asked and answered—loudly!—in a punctuation altercation between Lara Rae and The Irrelevant Show's Peter Brown.
Can't figure out who to vote for? UBC prof shares tips on navigating choices
Advanced voting in municipal elections is underway and there are a lot of candidates to wade through before making a decision.
The healing power of art
Moncton photographer Maurice Henri and the Moncton YWCA are teaming up on a project to help women recovering from trauma learn photography and heal through art.
Intoxicated man pulled from creek by alert police
Waterloo Regional Police say a man is safe after laying face down in a creek while intoxicated.
Public health nurses on strike at Thunder Bay District Health Unit
Nearly 60 public health nurses at the Thunder Bay District Health Unit hit the picket line Tuesday morning after talks between the health unit and the union representing the nurses on Monday failed to produce a new collective agreement.
'More fatalities are going to show up': Death toll from Hurricane Michael proves elusive
The storm that ravaged Florida's Panhandle left incredible destruction stretching from the Gulf of Mexico to the state border, but getting a firm grasp on how many died has eluded officials.
Liberals move to end solitary confinement of federal prisoners
The Liberal government is moving to end the use of solitary confinement in federal prisons. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale tabled legislation to create new penitentiary units to house inmates separately while still offering them access to rehabilitation and other programs.
Cancelling cap-and-trade will result in $3B in lost revenue: FAO
Ontario's fiscal watchdog says the Progressive Conservative government's decision to end the cap-and-trade system will result in the loss of $3 billion in revenue over the next four fiscal years.
Indigenous inquiry hears first-hand account of life in the sex trade
Mealia Sheutiapik described the path that led her to work on the streets of Ottawa, beginning when she witnessed a murder.
Use of cannabis at Calgary public schools still unacceptable as pot becomes legal, superintendent says
The legalization of cannabis on Oct. 17 won’t change how the Calgary Board of Education expects its students and staff to behave while on school property, the chief superintendent says.
Number of London area homes listed for sale hits all-time low in September
London home sales in September hit an all-time low as a shortage of homes for sale pushed the average price of a London home 21 per cent over the same time last year.
'Nickel and diming health care is costing lives up north,' family says after man dies en route to appointment
The family of a heart patient who died while on a 10-hour bus ride to his appointment say his death highlights major gaps in the health-care system for northern Manitoba.
Webcam: Check out the view of downtown St. John's
Our view of St. John's harbour, Signal Hill and the Narrows comes from a camera atop The Rooms, on Bonaventure Avenue.
Fanshawe College goes smoke free November 1
Fanshawe College has bumped up the date for a smoke-free campus by several months in order to comply with new rules around cannabis consumption.
Supply problems expected as N.L. gets ready for legal marijuana
Thomas Clarke, a licensed retailer in Portugal Cove-St. Philip's, said he expects to run out of product in the early days of legalization.
As identical twins, we shared everything. Except my eating disorder
I was called the 'skinny twin.' Brianna stood up for me when classmates made comments about my weight, but even she wasn’t sure what was going on. Now, I want to know - if our DNA is identical, how did this happen? And what effect did it have on us both?