The federal defence minister said in a Facebook post that he had made a mistake by describing himself as the architect of Operation Medusa in 2006…
Francesca Matus, 52, and Drew De Voursney, 36, were last seen at a bar in Belize on Tuesday night, according to friends. Matus was due to fly back…
Leaders of the 27 member states have vowed to present a united front in Brexit talks with U.K. officials.…
Jean-Gabriel Pageau caps ‘legendary’ four-goal performance with winning goal at Canadian Tire Centre. Game 3 Tuesday at MSG.…
The demonstration coincided with U.S. President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office.…
Witness indicated a man fell 30-feet in Ryerson’s Mattamy Athletic Centre, formerly known as Maple Leaf Gardens.…
Rain will close out the month and start the new one before sunshine comes back into the forecast.

Without Trump, White House Correspondents' dinner to focus on journalism


With Trump's absence, WHCA dinner organizers say they're putting the focus on the First Amendment and the role of the press in a democracy.

Uber to take to the skies with 'flying cars'

Uber is taking to the skies with its next project — “flying cars” — even as all eyes are on its problems on the ground.

NHL draft lottery: Devils win 1st-overall pick


The New Jersey Devils won the 2017 NHL draft lottery on Saturday and will pick No. 1 overall in June.

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Man falls 2 storeys from escalator in old Maple Leaf Gardens building


Toronto police are investigating after a man believed to be in his 20s suffered critical injuries after falling two storeys from the top of an escalator.

Environmental protesters swarm outside White House as Trump hits milestone

Demonstrators walk on the Pacific Coast highway during People's Climate March protest for the environment in the Wilmington neighborhood in Los AngelesBy Lacey Johnson and Ian Simpson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A sea of protesters swarmed in front of the White House on Saturday to voice displeasure with President Donald Trump's stance on the environment and demand that he rethink plans to reverse the climate change policies backed by his predecessor. The Peoples Climate March, the culmination of a string of Earth Week protests that began with last Saturday's March for Science, coincides with Trump's 100th day in office, the end of the traditional "honeymoon" period for a new president. As temperatures rose above 90 degrees Fahrenheit under hazy skies in the nation's capital, tens of thousands of people marched from the grounds of the U.S. Capitol and passed the White House en route to the Washington Monument for a rally.

U.S. has been on 'wrong side' of NAFTA for 'many, many' years, Trump tells rally

Trump told a rally in Harrisburg, Pa., on Saturday night that he'll try to renegotiate the agreement with Canada and Mexico, but will terminate NAFTA if a "fair deal" for the U.S. can't be reached. The U.S. has already imposed tariffs of up to 24 per cent on Canadian softwood timber and is investigating whether steel and aluminum imports pose a threat to national security.

Trump is hardly the first to milk the cross-border dispute over the dairy trade: Wells

The problem was here long before Trump decided to make it an issue.

Yik Yak social media is shutting down

The social media app will start wrapping up over the next week, Yik Yak said in a blog post Friday. The app attracted its share of controversy.

Appeal Court upholds five-year sentence for Peel cop who faked crash reports

Peel Regional Police Const. Carlton Watson was found guilty in February 2015 of 40 counts of fraud, making false documents, breach of trust and obstruction of justice.

'Stealthing': The dangerous new sex trend

The dangerous new sex trend

Moving in together? Don't until you read this!

Moving in together? Don't until you read this!

What Harjit Sajjan really did while serving in Afghanistan

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Truth being the first casualty of war has taken a decidedly different turn with growing outrage in both the political and military community about Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan's characterization of himself as the architect of Operation Medusa.

Millennials, boomers meet as Conservative Party-crashers

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Inspired by a Maclean's magazine columnist, moderate conservatives in search of a political home are meeting to question the Conservative Party and perhaps even try to tear it in two.

'Not for the faint of heart': Why getting a marijuana producer licence is a long shot

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The regulatory gates to Canada's legal marijuana regime are open, but only a crack. Health Canada has received 1,630 applications for licences to grow or sell medical cannabis as of March 31. Only 43 licences have been approved so far, representing just 2.6 per cent of the total applications.

Retired widower's $50K severance stuck in troubled public pay system

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The federal government's new plan to fix its troubled public servant payroll system is getting a lukewarm reception. The strategy is being rolled out, as more stories of financial hardship are emerging.

Texas cop faked his own death, fled into Mexico

Authorities in Texas say a police officer who notified his wife that he planned to kill himself actually faked his own death and fled to Mexico.

Chile's governing coalition splits ahead of November election

Senator Goic, Christian Democratic Party's presidencial candidate, is pictured inside the National Congress in ValparaisoChile's Christian Democrat party voted on Saturday to skip primaries and go straight to the first round of the presidential election in November, rupturing the center-left governing coalition and likely boosting the chances of a victory for the right. Delegates at the Christian Democrats' national assembly voted with a 63 percent majority for their party's candidate, 44-year-old Carolina Goic, to compete directly in November's election rather than pitting herself against other candidates from the Nueva Mayoria coalition. The Nueva Mayoria, the coalition of ruling President Michelle Bachelet, is an ideologically diverse bloc that runs from radical left Communists to the centrist Christian Democrats and has dominated Chilean politics since the country's 1990 return to democracy.

U.S., South Korea reaffirm existing pact on THAAD deployment cost - South Korea

South Korea said on Sunday U.S. President Donald Trump's national security adviser reaffirmed the two countries' pre-existing agreement on the expenditure for the deployment of the THAAD anti-missile system. In a telephone call on Sunday, H.R. McMaster reassured his South Korean counterpart, Kim Kwan-jin, that the United States' alliance with South Korea was its top priority in the Asia-Pacific region, South Korea's presidential office said.

North Korea test-fires ballistic missile in defiance of world pressure

People watch a TV broadcasting a news report on North Korea's missile launch, at a railway station in SeoulBy Jack Kim and Ju-min Park SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile on Saturday shortly after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned that failure to curb Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programs could lead to "catastrophic consequences". U.S. and South Korean officials said the test, from an area north of the North Korean capital, appeared to have failed, in what would be the North's fourth straight unsuccessful missile test since March. The test came as the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group arrived in waters near the Korean peninsula, where it began exercises with the South Korean navy on Saturday, about 12 hours after the failed launch, a South Korean navy official said.

Minister of Foreign Affairs to visit Europe

The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today announced that she will join the Prime Minister in Strasbourg, France, on February 16, 2017, for his historic address to the European Parliament.

National Energy Board to hold public hearing to consider the Wyndwood Pipeline Project

The National Energy Board (NEB) will hold a public hearing to consider a proposal from Westcoast Energy Inc., doing business as Spectra Energy Transmission, (Westcoast) to build and operate the 27-kilometre-long Wyndwood Pipeline Expansion Project in northeast British Columbia. The NEB's Hearing Order, released today, outlines the key steps and deadlines for the hearing.The hearing will include both oral and written components.

Canada nails down best-ever result with silver in world mixed doubles curling


It was an agonizing way to lose but, in the big picture, it was a huge step forward for Canada at the 2017 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship.

Hip Check: Pageau scores hat trick, then adds double-OT winner

Hip Check: Pageau scores hat trick, then adds double-OT winner

Jean-Gabriel Pageau becomes first Ottawa Senator to score four goals in a playoff game

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Landing Profile Elizabeth SUNshine Girl Elizabeth is a former Legends Football League all-star defensive tackle and hall-of-famer nicknamed "Flash Gorman" for her speed and agility. Off-the-field, she's now the LFL spokesman traveling all over the world promoting women in the sport. LFL games can now be seen in Canada on Super Channel Saturday nights. (Dave Abel/POSTMEDIA NETWORK)

Llama on the lam: Trooper lassoes llama on state highway

Massachusetts State Police are praising the cowboy skills of one their troopers after he lassoed a llama that was loose on a state highway and led it to safety.

World's last male northern white rhino gets help from Tinder

The world's last male northern white rhino has joined the Tinder dating app as wildlife experts make a last-chance breeding effort to keep his species alive.

Tree stump on Mars? Eagle-eyed space enthusiasts point to image from NASA's Curiosity rover

Eagle-eyed space enthusiasts, obsessed with the prospect of past or present life on Mars, have spotted what they believe could be the remnants of a tree on the red planet.

Police pick up adorable, four-legged intruders: A pair of pygmy goats

Police in Maine have picked up some adorable intruders after two miniature goats escaped from their home and wandered the streets.

Golf ball pieces prompts hash brown recall

A food company is recalling frozen hash browns from stores in nine states because the potatoes may have pieces of golf balls in them.

Trump: U.S. has been on 'wrong side' of NAFTA for many years

President Donald Trump has again raised the spectre of the U.S. pulling out of the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying America has been on the “wrong side” of the trade pact for “many, many years.”

Shortlist for new Canadian astronauts includes two women with ties to Calgary

Space has long captured the interest of Calgary-born Jenni Sidey.

'I will be walking in exactly my father's last footsteps'

The candle has been burning for Carolyn Russell's whole life to find out more about her dad.

BELL: Tory MP Michelle Rempel may run for Calgary mayor

This bit of news, this maybe yes and maybe no, may cause Mayor Nenshi to lose some sleep.

19 dead dogs found by road near Quebec City: Police

Quebec provincial police are investigating after 19 dead dogs were found by the side of a road near Quebec City.
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