Kenora, Ont., jail staff 'hurting' after hostage-taking, officer says
Staff at the district jail in Kenora, Ont., are "hurting" after an incident last Friday afternoon when inmates took a corrections officer hostage.
Housing project brings 25 new homes, 45 full-time jobs to Kainai First Nation
Workers are busy putting up walls and installing windows inside a formerly empty warehouse in Standoff, Alta.
Additional boats to join search for missing fishermen
With the weather improving, more vessels will be able to join in the search for two fishermen whose boat capsized near Tignish, P.E.I., late Tuesday afternoon.
Canadian crabs with bad attitude threaten coastal ecosystem
Green crabs migrating from Nova Scotia to Maine are ornerier and angrier than their docile U.S. cousins.
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Chance of showers Wednesday: DayStarter weather
Cat rescuer says better enforcement of animal protection laws desperately needed
U.S. slashes number of refugees it will accept, citing 'safety and well-being' of Americans
Terese Marie Mailhot, Elizabeth Hay among finalists for $60K Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction
RCMP plant tree to show regret for sending Italian-Canadians to work camps
'Give us the information': Thunder Bay police chief asks for public's help to fight crime
Documentary challenges outdoor sports enthusiasts to reflect on their relationship to the land
A small seed can cause big problems for Yukon pets, says Whitehorse veterinarian
Looking for a job? There's a need in agriculture, industry president says
'Right this wrong': Business owner says land rezoned without notice 22 years ago
Yellowknife man frustrated with police handling of assault report
Albertans are buckling up for a throwdown over pipelines, oilsands and Trans Mountain
Quebec City candidate's campaign posters vandalized, riddled with plastic bullets
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