Tijuana protesters blast 'invasion' of Mexico by caravan of U.S.-bound migrants

Hundreds of Tijuana residents congregated around a monument in an affluent section of the Mexican city south of California on Sunday to protest the thousands of Central American migrants who have arrived in hopes of a new life in the U.S.

Suspected poppy box thefts just a misunderstanding say RCMP

A call was put out asking for tips and after some additional investigation, police realized the error.

Israeli PM Netanyahu takes on defence minister portfolio

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would take on his defence minister portfolio after he quit. The PM is rejecting calls to dissolve the government.

Nov. 17, 2018: Alpine Skiing World Cup

Some of the world's best women's skiers compete in slalom event in Levi, Finland.

'She is our hero': Michelle Prince, wife of former mayor, has died

Michelle Prince, a high-profile chiropractor in Windsor and the wife of former Windsor mayor Eddie Francis died Sunday morning after five years of cancer, according to a Facebook post by her husband.

Tiny people have evolved in rainforests because it's where tiny steps are better

Tall people are much less efficient when moving through the jungle.

Alberta Party asks for investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against 2 MLAs

The Alberta Party caucus is asking for an independent investigation into how sexual misconduct allegations against two sitting NDP MLAs were handled.

NHL concussion settlement won't stop Bernie Nicholls' worries over his memory loss

The former hockey all-star says that he suffers from dizziness and memory loss as a result of multiple head injuries sustained during his time as an NHL player.

Recount determines Republican Rick Scott received 50.05% of votes

Florida's outgoing governor, Republican Rick Scott, has won the state's hard-fought U.S. Senate race. Scott beats out three-term Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson after a recount of ballots from the November 6th election.

Poor weather prompts temporary shutdown of all N.L. offshore rigs

Following a bout of bad weather, N.L. regulator says all of the province's offshore operations have been suspended.

114th Santa Claus Parade brings Christmas cheer to Toronto

Toronto's 114th annual Santa Claus Parade brought plenty of Christmas cheer as it made its way through the city's downtown core Sunday afternoon.

Daylight Scarborough slaying could mark new homicide record in Toronto

If ruled a homicide, the fatal shooting will mark the 90th slaying in Toronto this year — the most in any one year since 1991, when 89 people were killed.

114th Santa Claus Parade brings Christmas cheer to Toronto

Toronto's 114th annual Santa Claus Parade brought plenty of Christmas cheer as it made its way through the city's downtown core Sunday afternoon.

3 decades. 3 teachers. 1 school. And dozens of victims

Over the span of decades, three different teachers at the same Ottawa high school preyed sexually on students. Now, for the first time, some of the victims are speaking about what they endured.

Record-setting Harris, Redblacks hammer Tiger-Cats in East final

Trevor Harris threw a CFL playoff-record six TD passes to lead the Ottawa Redblacks to an emphatic 46-27 East Division final win over the visiting Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Sunday afternoon.

Foreign caregivers want major reforms to improve conditions, streamline residency

A national coalition of advocacy groups is calling for major reforms to Canada's foreign caregiver program in hopes of improving working conditions and offering a more reliable path to permanent residency.

Woman dead, man arrested following Charleswood area crash

Police say a 22-year-old woman has died following a Saturday morning crash in Charleswood.

Edmonton organizations work to prevent domestic violence spike during Grey Cup

With the Grey Cup final just a week away in Edmonton, plenty of fans will spend the coming days celebrating or screaming at their TVs. No matter the outcome of next Sunday's game, four organizations have joined forces to ensure hard feelings aren't directed at friends or family.

Government to pledge $400 million for transport projects in Canada's North

The National Trade Corridors Fund will dedicate $2 billion over 11 years to beef up Canadian trade infrastructure, including up to $400 million for transportation initiatives in the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

Diddy mourns late ex Kim Porter: 'We were more than soul mates'

Sean "Diddy" Combs made his first public statements Sunday since the loss of Kim Porter, his longtime former girlfriend and mother of three of his children, saying they were "more than best friends" and "more than soul mates."
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What makes a doughnut worth $5? Real ingredients and a lot of time

First came the cupcake craze. Now, specialty doughnuts are all the rage in Saskatchewan.

Winnipeg police looking to identify man hit, killed by car

Winnipeg police say they need the public’s help identifying a man who was hit by a car and killed on Friday.

'I want it to last as long as it can': Clothing fix-it workshop in Vancouver saves textiles from landfills

More than 130 poeple were at the library on Saturday afternoon for a clothing fix-it workshop. Volunteers provide the sewing machines, tools and knowledge for free to help people repair their garments and keep them out of landfills.

ISU Grand Prix of Russia: Gala

ISU Grand Prix of Russia 2018 from Moscow.

New documentary will explore details of 1999 Julie Surprenant cold case

Since November 15, 1999 — the day Julie Surprenant disappeared from a bus stop near her home — her family has been trying to find out exactly what happened to her.