Canadians brace for Hurricane Willa's 'vengeance'

Hurricane Willa is just starting to ramp up along the coast of Mexico south of resort towns like Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan where people — including many Canadians — who live or holiday there are bracing for the storm in their homes or hotels.

Sudbury election results expected this evening

Voters across Ontario chose their mayors and councils on Monday but people in Sudbury have to wait until Tuesday for the results.

'We've let our members down': MEC promises to increase diversity in advertising

The outdoor recreation gear and clothing retailer is promising to increase the diversity of people represented in its advertising after being called out on social media.

'They just keep taking stuff away from us': Flyers' Elliott questions changes to goalie pads

Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Brian Elliott has been vocal over the recent size reduction in chest protectors and arm pads that was implemented this season.

Witnesses at Regina second-degree murder trial describe fatal beating

Testimony began Tuesday at the trial for Lester Alvin Favel, who is charged in the 2013 disappearance and death of Ronald Matthew Kay.

'If anyone should be complaining, it should be my client,' says lawyer for company behind Capital Pointe

The city argues that the Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board made an unsubstantiated and unreasonable decision when it determined the site was not unsafe.

'An indescribable thing': 25 years later, Jays fan recalls 'euphoria' of 2nd straight World Series win

A die-hard fan is remembering the moment 25 years ago when Joe Carter hit the winning home run to clinch the Toronto Blue Jays' second-straight World Series in 1993 — a moment he celebrated at the time by joining the legendary first baseman as he ran on the field.

Mayoral promises: What the candidates are offering Winnipeg voters

Here's what Winnipeg's eight candidates for mayor have promised to date.

Daisy Sweeney mural 'captures her spirit,' says daughter at unveiling

The first time Judith Sweeney saw the completed mural of her mother, the late Daisy Sweeney, while driving home from work after her night shift, her heart stopped. "I had to pull over to the side of the road and compose myself," she said.

Court hears victim impact statements in teenage human trafficking challenge

The court heard Tuesday from one teenage girl and the father of another girl, who had both been trafficked for sex in hotel rooms in London and Windsor.

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Fredericton man tried to kill wife with sword, pickaxe after argument over sex

A Fredericton man tried to kill his wife with a 30-pound decorative sword and a 36-inch pickaxe after they argued about sex, provincial court heard on Tuesday.

'Difficult contract' binds Canada to Saudi LAV deal, Trudeau says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it's difficult to break Canada's deal to supply light armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia — which is now facing possible international repercussions over the killing of a journalist — because of the terms of the contract negotiated by the previous Conservative government.

Maple Leafs to hold 2019 training camp in St. John's

The Toronto Maple Leafs will open their 2019-2020 training camp in St. John's, as well as hold a pre-season game at Mile One Centre, the team announced Tuesday.

What Trudeau's new carbon tax will mean for Ontarians

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that 8 out of 10 Ontario families will get back more than they pay for the federal government's new plan to 'put a price on pollution.'

Trudeau promises rebates as Ottawa moves to levy carbon tax on provinces outside the climate plan

The federal Liberal government will slap a carbon tax on fuels in provinces and territories with no adequate emissions pricing plans, but will send annual rebates to Canadian families to offset most of the added costs of this climate-change fighting plan.

Central Library prepares to close its doors after serving community needs for 55 years

The Central Library served several generations of Calgarians, welcomed newcomers and adapted to the changing needs of the community over 55 years.

Election brings new school trustees for North Okanagan-Shuswap after last board fired by province

After two-and-a-half years, the North Okanagan-Shuswap School District has a board of elected trustees. The previous board was dismissed en masse by the province in 2016 over what it termed financial troubles and a loss of public confidence.

Gender balance on Windsor-Essex councils lacking with 21% women in office

After Monday night's election, Windsor-Essex voters only chose 14 women to take office, one of them was acclaimed.

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