Veteran wanted for his faceoff and penalty kill skills.…
Elizabeth Tracey Mae Wettlaufer, 49, allegedly used drugs to end the lives of the eight residents. The eight victims have been identified.…
The Independent Electricity System Operator reported the loss after a change in accounting practices.…
The drug store chain confirmed Tuesday it applied to become a licensed medical marijuana producer in order to distribute the drug.…
Amid the quips about “Doogie Howser, MPP,” a 19-year-old Progressive Conservative candidate is being taken very seriously at Queen’s Park.…
All major American markets recorded losses including the S&P/TSX composite index, which was down 52.38 points to 14,870.63.…
Trump made a dizzying flurry of false claims Monday, tying his record from the last presidential debate.…

Trump says Clinton's plans for Syria would 'lead to WW III'


U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Tuesday that Democrat Hillary Clinton's plan for Syria would "lead to World War Three," because of the potential for conflict with military forces from nuclear-armed Russia.

Bank of Canada and Ottawa renew 2% inflation target deal

The Bank of Canada and the federal government said Monday they have renewed their inflation target agreement for another five years in an effort to foster price stability and sustainable economic growth.

Autism severity reduced with parent-led communication therapy

Devin Walters

Parents of autistic children who were guided by therapists in how to communicate better with their children and practised the approach daily saw a reduction in the severity of autism symptoms, say U.K. researchers.

Kate Beckinsale's husband files for divorce in Los Angeles

Kate Beckinsale's husband files for divorce in Los AngelesKate Beckinsale's husband has filed for divorce from the "Underworld" actress after 12 years of marriage. Court records in Los Angeles show that writer and director Len Wiseman filed for divorce on Friday, citing irreconcilable differences. Beckinsale stars in the upcoming film "Underworld: Blood Wars," which Wiseman helped write and produce.

Nurse suffers eye injury in assault at Centre for Addiction and Mental Health


Ontario's Ministry of Labour is investigating after a nurse was badly beaten by a patient at Toronto's Centre for Mental Health and Addiction on the weekend.

CN Rail revenue falls 6.5 percent as freight volumes decline

A Canadian National Railway train travels eastward on a track in MontrealCanadian National Railway Co reported a 6.5 percent fall in quarterly revenue on Tuesday as it moved lower volumes of crude oil, coal and fracking sand. CN also announced a new share repurchase program and declared a fourth-quarter 2016 dividend of thirty-seven-and-one-half cents. U.S. grain revenue was up 20 percent during the quarter, while Canadian grain revenue was down 5 percent, partly because of a later than expected harvest of this year's crop, said CN's Chief Marketing Officer Jean-Jacques Ruest.

'I will not allow you to have my silence:' victim statement read in court

WINNIPEG — The Crown read out prepared victim impact statements Tuesday in Winnipeg at a sentencing hearing on behalf of a teenage girl and a woman who were sexually assaulted and beaten in November 2014. Justin Hudson pleaded guilty last year to the attacks that included beating the teen repeatedly before leaving her for dead on the banks of the Assiniboine River. Another accused is still before the courts.

Apple’s quarterly sales fall, but company’s forecast calls for holiday gains

Apple says it sold 45.5 million iPhones in the last quarter, 5 per cent fewer than it sold a year earlier.

$15B VW emissions settlement approved

A federal judge in San Francisco has approved a nearly $15 billion (U.S.) court settlement of most claims against Volkswagen for its emissions-cheating scandal.

Canada’s two-track economy complicates rate cuts, says Stephen Poloz

Central bank governor tells finance committee that different parts of the country have different growth paths.

Stylish grandma ties the knot at 86

Stylish grandma ties the knot at 86

Are you making this one mistake in bed?

Are you making this one mistake in bed?

Want to stop bickering with your partner? Try this instead

When I was in my early twenties I was in a relationship. Let's call the guy, Jared.

Commons committee demands service record change for LGBTQ kicked out of the Forces

Canadian Navy Toronto Pride Parade

A Commons committee has called on the Trudeau government to correct the records of hundreds of former LGBTQ members of the military given dishonourable discharges because of their sexual orientation. Until 1992, it was against military regulations to be gay or lesbian and as many 1,200 people lost careers.

CETA: After 3 missed deadlines, why isn't the Canada-EU summit cancelled?


International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland's explanations Monday seemed to be building toward a logical conclusion: Justin Trudeau isn't getting on a plane to Brussels this week. But she didn't actually say that. Why not?

Federal byelection has good signs for Conservatives and Liberals, but not NDP

Glen Motz

The Conservatives won a stronghold riding in impressive fashion in yesterday's federal byelection in Medicine Hat–Cardston–Warner, while the Liberals increased their vote share. The NDP, however, dropped to just 1 per cent — and fourth place.

'Above politics': MPs vote unanimously to bring Yazidi refugees to Canada in 4 months


MPs have unanimously supported a Conservative motion that formally declares ISIS persecution of Yazidis a genocide and commits to bringing Yazidi refugees to Canada within 120 days.

'Hard worker' who shot himself and co-worker was fired in March: Police

A refugee from Kenya killed one former co-worker, wounded three others and then killed himself Tuesday in a workplace shooting that authorities are still trying to unravel in Virginia, police said.

Gambia announces withdrawal from International Criminal Court

The government of Gambia said on Tuesday it was withdrawing from the International Criminal Court, accusing the world body of seeking only to prosecute Africans. The decision by the tiny West African nation, whose president, Yahya Jammeh, has called on the court to investigate African migrant deaths on the Mediterranean, comes just days after South Africa said it was quitting The Hague-based tribunal. "This action is warranted by the fact that the ICC, despite being called the International Criminal Court, is in fact an International Caucasian Court for the persecution and humiliation of people of color, especially Africans," Information Minister Sheriff Bojang said on state television.

Brazil president's plan to restore finances takes step forward

By Maria Carolina Marcello BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil President Michel Temer won another victory on Tuesday in his effort to restore fiscal discipline when the lower house of Congress approved a constitutional amendment to cap spending for 20 years. Heavy public spending, a recession and a massive corruption scandal rocking Brazil's political establishment undermined confidence in South America's biggest economy last year and stripped the country of its investment-grade rating with creditors. The constitutional amendment would limit the growth of public spending to the rate of inflation of the previous 12 months for up to 20 years.

Failure of EU trade deal would leave Canada in tough position

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chairman and chief executive of Alibaba Group Jack Ma attend the China Entrepreneur Club Leaders Forum in BeijingBy David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - The looming failure of free trade talks with the European Union would derail Canada's push to reduce its dependence on the United States and potentially complicate negotiations with other nations, such as India and China. The European deal would have given Canada preferential access to a market of 500 million people, more than the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), at a time when the U.S.-Canadian partnership is under pressure. Canada sends 75 percent of all its exports to the United States.

Statement by Minister Dion on attack on Pakistani police training college

October 25, 2016 - Ottawa, Ontario - Global Affairs Canada The Honourable Stéphane Dion, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today issued the following statement: "Canada strongly condemns yesterday's terrorist attack on a police training college in Quetta, Pakistan, which resulted in a tragic loss of life.

Centre d'esthétique Visa-Beauté Santé Spa inaugurates new facility in downtown Lac-Mégantic

The Government of Canada supports the economic recovery of the town of Lac-Mégantic

Cleveland is on fire - the good kind

Downtown Cleveland

The city celebrates as both the NBA champion Cavaliers and World Series-contending Indians play on the same night in Cleveland.

U.S. Women's Open will keep its date with Trump course


The United States Golf Association is still planning to hold the 2017 U.S. Women's Open at a New Jersey course owned by Donald Trump.

Sunshine Girl


Ashley Landing SUNshine girl Ashley is a hazel-eyed Virgo who spends a lot of time at the gym. The 23-year-old is an avid iPad gamer and admits she may be a bit of a nerd. Ashley is also a music lover, enjoying everything from electronic dance music to country. (Jim Wells/Postmedia Network)

Watch: Giant spider drags dead mouse into lair

Arachnophobes, this story just might give you nightmares.

Emu, named Taco escapes enclosure, walks up to Florida bar

An escaped emu sent deputies on a wild goose chase after it walked up to a bar in central Florida.

Stolen Jesus head returned

The missing head of a statue of baby Jesus has been returned, and the bright orange clay head that replaced it has been removed.

Feral cats deployed in NYC streets to wage war on rats

Multitudes of feral cats roam New York City's concrete jungle, and some now have a practical purpose: They're helping curb the city's rat population.

House of Commons votes to provide Yazidis refuge in Canada

With a freed Yazidi sex slave watching from the gallery, the House of Commons voted unanimously Tuesday to acknowledge a genocide against her people and to offer safe haven in Canada to vulnerable women and girls by the end of February.

Boy, 15, who had chemical poured over head, to get $15K from Que. school board

A Montreal-area school board has been ordered to pay $15,000 to a student who had a corrosive substance poured over his head in a chemistry class.

Beaver beaten to death by chair in Saskatchewan

WOLSELEY, Sask. — Some people in a small Saskatchewan community say they are disgusted and disappointed after a beaver was beaten to death with a chair.

Dennis Oland walks free after being given bail pending new trial

Dennis Oland held hands with his wife and children as he exited by the front door of the Fredericton courthouse Tuesday, free on bail a day after an appeal court quashed his murder conviction and ordered a new trial.

Toronto city councillor flips off 'roof tax' proposal

Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti has hit the roof.
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