Notre-Dame investigators say no evidence thus far fire was a criminal act
The Paris prosecutor's office says there is no evidence from a preliminary investigation to suggest that a fire that destroyed large parts of Notre-Dame Cathedral was criminal.
Female pedestrian killed in downtown collision
A female pedestrian was killed Wednesday morning in a collision downtown, according to Toronto police.
The Rising Price of Fruits and Vegetables: L1
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How far has the global LGBT movement come since Stonewall?
Join host Justin Ling and a panel of special guests in front of a live audience at the Human Rights Conference, part of World Pride in New York City marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
Wednesday, June 26, 2019: Jenny Lewis, Lance Bass and more
Dozens were killed in weekend Ethiopia coup attempt, official says
Montreal News Update
Montreal to build tramway from downtown to Lachine
How I Wrote It
Why Samra Habib wrote a memoir about growing up as a queer Muslim woman
Ontario's top court to rule on constitutionality of federal carbon tax
Canada launches probe into false documents as China halts imports of meat
Police investigating clash inside Eaton Centre during Dyke March
Women's group gets $500K for new rural business centre
Severe thunderstorm watches issued across Ottawa-Gatineau region
Joni Mitchell among artists who lost master recordings in 2008 Universal Studios fire
The Scandalous Sculler: Almost 150 years ago, Ned Hanlan became Canada's first superstar
5 of the biggest films and TV shows recently filmed in Hamilton