NASA space telescope back in business after 2-day shutdown
NASA says one of its space telescopes, the Chandra X-ray Observatory, came back online Friday after being shut down for two days.
Ontario's Human Rights Commission releases guidelines on how to balance rights around pot legalization
The Ontario Human Rights Commission has released a policy statement on cannabis and the Human Right Code because the focus on the legalization of recreational cannabis has created confusion about the laws that govern the use of medical marijuana or how people with an addiction to cannabis are treated.
It's the Warriors - and then everyone else
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver will be at Oracle Arena on Tuesday night, handing the Golden State Warriors what will be their third set of championship rings from the last four seasons, but the team isn't ready to pack in its dominance just yet.
Turkish, Saudi officials enter consulate where journalist Khashoggi disappeared
A team of investigators has entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul for what Turkish officials called a joint inspection of the building where Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared nearly two weeks ago.
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Surfer rescued off St. Vincent's Beach
A surfer was rescued in rough seas off St. Vincent's Beach in St. Mary's Bay on the southern Avalon Peninsula Saturday afternoon. Waves were 3 to 4 metres high during the rescue effort.
'Poisoned' street drugs trend frightening, safe injection site manager says
Every dose is dangerous when drug users don’t know what they’re consuming, says the manager of two of Edmonton’s three supervised injection sites.
Trump visits Florida, Georgia as search continues for the missing after Hurricane Michael
U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump have travelled to Florida's storm-ravaged Panhandle to see the destruction caused by deadly Hurricane Michael.
Man in his 20s seriously injured in Koreatown stabbing
A man in his 20s has been transported to hospital after being stabbed in a building in Koreatown Monday afternoon.
15-year-old boy charged with second-degree murder in death of 16-year-old girl in Regina
A 15-year-old has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder in connection to Regina's fifth homicide of 2018.
C-Train driver saw girl, applied brake before fatal incident, say police
A seven-year-old girl has died after being hit by a C-Train on Monday morning, according to Calgary police.
With 2 days to legalization, London police marijuana policy 'in its final stages'
With legalization for recreational marijuana use now two days away, the London Police Service (LPS) is still working on its policy governing pot use for off-duty officers.
As sea ice melts, some say walruses need better protection
In the Chukchi Sea between Alaska and Russia, where Pacific walrus females and juveniles spend their summer, ice could be absent during that season by 2060 or sooner, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
New coin marks 100 years since end of First World War
A colourful new toonie has been issued by the Royal Canadian Mint to mark the 100th anniversary of the end ofWorld War I .
Liberal MP Bryan May to seek reelection in Cambridge
MP Bryan May has been nominated by Cambridge Liberals to run as their candidate in the next federal election.
Science, education 'in danger now more than ever,' Hawking says posthumously
Stephen Hawking spoke from beyond the grave Monday to warn the world that science and education are under threat around the world.
Madeleine Thien is a short story writer and novelist. She won the Scotiabank Giller Prize in 2016.
Edmonton high school, Catholic church celebrate Oscar Romero's sainthood
A delegation with members from Edmonton’s Blessed Oscar Romero High School and Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish travelled to Vatican City for the canonization of Oscar Romero, the former archbishop of San Salvador.
Trump visits Florida after hurricane LIVE
Trump, Gov. Rick Scott, talk about the damage from the powerful storm
Someone Knows Something
David Ridgen joins victims’ family members to investigate cold cases — following leads, tracking down suspects and searching for answers.
Region of Waterloo Library goers will be able to borrow the internet
People living in rural Waterloo Region will have the chance to borrow an internet hotspot device from their local Region of Waterloo Library as of Oct. 17.
Why Madeleine Thien keeps coming back to Hannah Arendt's Between Past and Future
The novelist on the book she loves to read again and again.
Canada's newest senator Josée Forest-Niesing says she'll fight for minority rights
Sudbury lawyer and community activist Josée Forest-Niesing says she plans to fight for the rights of minorities in her new role.
Manitoba won't have enough cannabis to meet demand, distributor says
Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries confirmed Monday that "we are expecting that less product than anticipated will be available."
Winnipeg priest charged with multiple sex assaults dating to the 1980s
A retired Winnipeg priest has been charged in a historic sexual assault investigation.