Four young models from Saudi Arabia have been arrested for posing alongside luxury vehicles at a car show.
New research for a CBC documentary is shedding light on how a war-time attack on a Mersey Pulp and Paper ship sparked fears that the Nazis were invading Seal Island, N.S.
An Alberta businessman says he has designed a poppy donation box that can’t be stolen in response to a rash of thefts across Calgary last year.
“I got pissed off and said we need to fix this,” he told CTV Calgary in Cochrane, Alta., on Friday.
Finances of the Shuswap First Nation were used to enrich members of a single family to the tune of $4.2 million over three-and-a-half years.
The seven-year-old boy who was 'living life entirely as a girl' has been removed from his mother's care following a ruling by a judge sitting in the Family Division of the High Court in London.
The bomb, described by police as a 'viable device' was found on an underground train bound for London Bridge and Westmister. A teenager was arrested yesterday afternoon.
London City Airport has been dramatically evacuated this afternoon as the capital remains on high alert following the terror alert at a North Greenwich Tube station just 24 hours ago.
'Why would the mayor of Montreal make quiet deals with a terrorist regime?'
Some major internet companies suffered service disruptions for several hours on Friday morning as internet infrastructure provider Dyn said it was hit by a cyber attack that disrupted traffic mainly on the U.S. East Coast.
The recent arrest of several dozen people in India this month has been followed by a significant drop in the number of telephone scams where people call Canadians pretending to be members of the CRA looking for a bogus tax payment.
Women in the idyllic German ski town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen are worried for their safety after police blamed a record increase in crime on the 250 asylum seekers living there.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is celebrating an event 43 years in the making: the completion of the Watts Bar Nuclear Plant.
Target is the top corporate installer of solar power in the USA with 147MW installed on 300 stores. Walmart is close behind with 140MW, while Ikea has installed solar on 90% of its retail locations. The Solar Energy Institute of America (SEIA) report show
The Royal Canadian Navy's last operational support ship, HMCS Preserver, will be officially retired today during a special "paying off" ceremony along the Halifax waterfront.
Cam Talbot and his wife Kelly got some twin babies — boy Landon and girl Sloane — Wednesday morning and Thursday night the excited Edmonton Oilers' goalie delivered an exciting 60-minute effort in net for his other family.
Computer analysis of photographs of the 'child migrants' who arrived in London from the Jungle camp this week suggests many could be in their 20s and 30s.
The process is cheap, efficient, and scalable, meaning it could soon be used to remove large amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere.
A blistering hot ghost pepper blew a hole
in a manï¿½s esophagus in a case that has
shocked the medical community.
A British swingers’ club is kiboshing clowns attending its annual Halloween orgy. Paradise Spa in London is advertising the group sex extravaganza instructing lusty couples to wear their sexy costumes, the Daily Mirror reports.
Researchers have found that people who suffer from migraines have more of the bacteria that breaks down nitrates found in certain foods.
Liberated from ISIS, thousands of refugees are returning to what is left of Jarabulus, Syria, which neighbouring Turkey is helping to rebuild. The Turkish government takes CBC News on a tour of the town.
At least five people were killed after Super Typhoon Haima smashed into the northern Philippines with ferocious winds and rains overnight, flooding towns and forcing thousands to flee before weakening Thursday and blowing into the South China Sea, officia
It didn’t take long for some Red Deer parents to express their distrust of the province’s plan to gather input on how to update school curriculum. Tuesday morning a curriculum survey was announced and by evening Education Minister David Eggen faced concer
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is suggesting electoral reform might not happen after all, and that there's less need for it now that the Conservatives are out of power.
The wreck of a German U-boat that sank nearly 100 years ago has been discovered off the coast of Scotland by engineers laying underwater power cables.
After a seven month journey, the ExoMars mission arrives in orbit around Mars today. Its first order of business? To attempt a historic, daredevil landing on the Red Planet.
A juror in the murder trial for eight-year-old Tori Stafford trial is appealing for compensation for trauma she says she suffered performing her civic duty.
As Premier Rachel Notley is about to give her State of the Province address on Wednesday, a new study shows that support for her party appears to be faltering.
In a new twist to waste-to-fuel technology, scientists have developed an electrochemical process that uses tiny spikes of carbon and copper to turn carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, into ethanol.
Delta said it has reached out to Tamika Cross about the incident.
Construction equipment for controversial $3.7 billion US oil pipeline suffered about $2 million US in damage in an intentionally set fire over the weekend. The Standing Rock Sioux tribe and environmental activists have been protesting construction of the
On Monday, there was evidence that all the abuse Colin Kaepernick absorbed for his "Star-Spangled Banner" protest is working ever-so-slowly.
Nearly a quarter of Americans ages 18 to 35 would rather see a giant meteor strike the Earth than see either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump in the White House, according to the new UMass Lowell/Odyssey Millennials poll.
Read 'Dana White may be Georges St-Pierre's most formidable opponent yet' Is Georges St-Pierre headed for a prolonged legal battle with the UFC? Ever since Georges St-Pierre said earlier this year that he was considering a return to the UFC, Dana White h
Around 80,000 people have returned, but most of those who came back to find their charred houses gutted by the fire have yet to start rebuilding
Members of the Centre for Islamic Development on Robie Street say they're sick and tired of litter, loud noise, loitering, vandalism, and urination they say is coming from the next door business.
Onlookers cheered as tanks rolled toward Mosul as part of a long-awaited offensive to rid Iraq's second-biggest city of ISIS militants.
TORONTO — At 1 p.m. ET today, just seven hours before game three of the American League Championship Series, an Ontario judge will consider whether to ban the Cleveland Indians from wearing their logo and displaying their name as they play the Toronto Blu
It’s been a good year for seemingly physics-bending propulsion. After getting NASA’s seal of approval and successfully completing a 10 week-long trial, the engine’s future seems assured. Now the UK’s Intellectual Property Office has released the most adva
Canadian butter has the highest omega-6 fatty acid content compared with butter produced in 13 countries included in an analysis by researchers at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan.
“It has a psychological problem,” jokes Robert Mitchell, a microbiologist and an associate professor at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea. “It thinks it’s a virus.”
Though it may have an identity crisis, Bdellovibrio
Washington State University biologist Mechthild Tegeder has developed a way to dramatically increase the yield and quality of soybeans.
Her greenhouse-grown soybean plants fix twice as much nitrogen from the atmosphere as their natural counterparts, gr
The province has halted a shipment of temporary housing units to Fort McMurray because there wasn’t a surge in demand.
A local Republican Party office in North Carolina has been damaged by fire and someone spray-painted an anti-GOP slogan referring to “Nazi Republicans” on a nearby wall, authorities said Sunday.
With military options all but eliminated, the United States and Britain on Sunday said they were considering new sanctions to pressure the Syrian and Russian governments to halt an offensive against rebel-held parts of Aleppo, Syria's largest city.
Turkish-backed Syrian opposition forces have captured the symbolically significant town of Dabiq from the Islamic State group, the factions said Sunday morning.
If Batman had a warship, it would be the USS Zumwalt. That's how Adm. Harry Harris, commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, described the Navy's largest and most sophisticated new destroyer, which comes with a price tag of at least $4.4 billion.
Canadian Heritage Minister Melanie Joly won't force streaming services like Netflix to pay into the Canada Media Fund, but all other options are open - including charging GST - as her department reviews the country's cultural production.
A Canadian on death row in Montana has been living on borrowed time since admitting he murdered two young men more than three decades ago, but he says he has renewed hope he might be able to return home with the support of Justin Trudeau's government.
BEIJING — A woman who was mauled by a tiger after getting out of her car at a Beijing safari park, reportedly because she felt carsick, is demanding compensation of more than 2 million yuan ($300,000) from the facility.
Five men hanging around a Surrey Walmart wearing masks and carrying fake pistols were just “playing around” police said Sunday.
The Boulevard de la Madeleine and surrounding roads were cordoned off to all traffic and pedestrians in the French capital after police said they discovered a bomb.
According to the complaint, the investigation was prompted by a paid confidential informant who had attended meetings of a militia group and heard plans discussed plots to attack Muslims, "whom the group members refer to as 'cockroaches.'"
A Turkish aviation enthusiast believes he has found the final location for at least 50 Nazi-built Focke-Wulf FW-190 fighters supplied by Hitler during 1943 in return for much needed iron ore.
Henry Burris ran for two touchdowns and passed for another as the Ottawa Redblacks beat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 30-29 at Tim Hortons Field in CFL action on Friday night.
The northern Saskatchewan communities of La Ronge and Stanley Mission are in shock after three young girls took their own lives within four days.
After two days of storms, Vancouver Island the South Coast may not be out of the woods yet. The remnants of Super Typhoon Songda are expected to hit the west coast late Saturday afternoon.
The coffee shop employee cooperated with demands and the suspect "fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash money," according to police.
On Saturday, 11-year-old Euan MacDonald gets to live out his dream, and take a flight in the historic four-engine bomber at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum.
Corey Kluber and two other Indians pitchers combined on a shutout and Francisco Lindor's two-run homer lifted Cleveland to a 2-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series.
A 15-year-old boy has died after being pinned by a falling tree that police say may have been downed by high winds.
A tugboat that ran aground and spilled diesel fuel near the ecologically sensitive Great Bear Rainforest has reignited arguments against tanker traffic. Meanwhile, cleanup is being complicated by severe weather.
A fierce windstorm knocked out power to thousands of residents on Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland and the southern Interior - and another may hit the region tomorrow.
A notorious cannibal has reportedly been treating other prisoners in a Venezuelan jail as his own personal buffet.
Pro-pipeline, anti-carbon tax, and anti-Liberal party — it wasn’t all a sunny welcome for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Thursday in Medicine Hat, as more than 50 people from the region lined up across from the rally in protest
The Belgian fortress city of Namur, besieged by European armies down the centuries, issued a declaration of war on the global economic order on Friday with a vote to reject a planned EU-Canada free trade agreement.
Paedophiles can be chemically castrated or executed under tough new Indonesian laws prompted by the gang rape and murder of a girl, 14. It applies to killers, repeat and incest offenders.
A magnitude 7.0 crustal earthquake, with an epicentre very close to Victoria and Vancouver, has a one in five chance of occuring in the next 50 years.
Using complex mathematical models derived from Hubble Space Telescope data, a team of international researchers say the universe likely contains 10 times as many galaxies as previously believed — and the vast majority are too faint and far for us to see.
After years of the idea being floated, consultation on a potential fixed link between the Sunshine Coast and the Lower Mainland will begin in earnest this month.
Canada's federal immigration minister says the government was surprised by the number of Syrian refugee children they admitted in the last year. The large number of children poses challenges for schools and finding appropriate housing, said John McCallum.
Crenshanda Williams, 43, who used to work as an operator at the Houston Emergency Center, is facing a misdemeanor charge of interference with an emergency phone call.
Ranked as the greatest songwriter of all time by Rolling Stone, and awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday, Bob Dylan can make a solid claim for the crown as music's top poet and storyteller.
First Nations on B.C.'s Central Coast are worried about environmental damage after a tug boat that left Alaska with nearly 200,000 litres of diesel fuel ran aground early Thursday morning near Bella Bella.
The 2016-17 season will be the fifth campaign since the Canucks won the Presidents' Trophy and came within a game of winning the Stanley Cup. A lot can change in five years.
There is more high wind and heavy rain for the South Coast of B.C. on Thursday evening when a second in a series of fall storms is forecast to hit the region.
The Cleveland Indians are the only thing standing between the Toronto Blue Jays and the World Series. While that alone could earn the ire of most baseball-loving Canadians, many find their very name offensive.
Data specialist Mark Rittman spent an entire day attempting to set up his new appliance so that it would boil on command
Under the guise of sweet charitable giving, soda makers are handing out millions to big name health organizations so that the groups stay quiet about health issues that threaten to slim down drink profits—not to mention Americans themselves—a new study su
The Edmonton Oilers announced Wednesday that Wayne Gretzky is joining the Oilers Entertainment Group as a partner and vice chair.
​An expert in freedom of information law says he has never seen such disrespectful behaviour toward a provincial FOIP commissioner as has been displayed by Alberta Justice in a long-running inquiry.
Racist graffiti was found at the scene of a deadly fire that burned a central Alberta motel to the ground this weekend, RCMP have now confirmed.
Pacific walrus by the thousands in recent years have come ashore in early fall near the Inupiat village of Point Lay, including about 6,000 last week, and people have dropped in, hoping to see a marine mammal phenomenon brought on by climate change.
A Calgary police officer who was accused of smuggling guns across the border and later cleared wants the Canadian Border Services Agency to investigate its own.
As coming-out parties go, the young Edmonton Oilers presented the full-throated, full-house at Rogers Place, which included Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier on the guest list, with the new generation's gift that keeps on giving.New captain and teenager Conn
In video lectures posted on YouTube, Peterson refuses to honour non-binary students’ request for gender neutral pronouns, saying “I don’t know what the options are if you’re not a man or a woman.”
Former immigration minister Chris Alexander has confirmed he plans to run for the Conservative leadership and that a key plank of his campaign will be a proposal to sharply increase the intake of immigrants to 400,000 every year, including 40,000 refugees
OTTAWA (Reuters) - European Parliament member and anti-globalization activist Jose Bove has been told to leave Canada by Wednesday, preventing him from speaking at an event opposing a planned EU-Canada
The U.S. lumber lobby says it now has “no choice” but to launch trade challenges against Canada now that a one-year standstill period has expired in the cross-border softwood lumber dispute – a move that will lead to punitive duties on Canadian forestry e
Conservative leadership contender Tony Clement is dropping out of the race to replace Stephen Harper.
It's hard to think of a worse time for Canada to reopen softwood lumber talks with the U.S. Trump has made it popular to think the U.S. is losing out on trade, and in this case, a low loonie is a liability.
A 20-year-old woman from Drayton Valley, Alta., has returned to Syria to fight ISIS militants.
'Buffy' was 16 when she participated in the horrific sexual assault and murder of 13-year-old Nina Courtepatte. The youngest of the five convicted attackers, Buffy was the only one to be sentenced as a youth. Her sentence ends next month. On Tuesday she m
During Sunday’s U.S. presidential debate, Donald Trump said Canada’s “catastrophic” health-care system is prompting Canadians to head south for treatment, but a new report says the number of health tourists has fallen year over year.
Anglers are urged to start fishing off the Danish coast after a ship crashed into a fish farm, releasing up to 80,000 rainbow trout.
Activists in four states were arrested after they cut padlocks and chains and entered remote flow stations to turn off valves in an attempt to stop crude moving through lines that carry as much as 15 percent of daily U.S. oil consumption. The group posted
Voter registration systems in 20 different states may have been hacked, after a variety of "scanning activities" have been detected...
What was shaping up to be a good yield for Alberta farmers came, at least temporarily, to an abrupt halt when snow blanketed the province over the Thanksgiving weekend.
A court martial will be held in Ottawa today for Canada's top special forces soldier after he accidentally fired his weapon.
EU trade ministers to vote in a week on the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, which requires unanimous support to enter force
The death of a mentally ill woman who was accused of being a child predator in a viral video put out by the Creep Catcher group has some members speaking out about the darker side of vigilante justice.
The suspect, Jaber Albakr, is accused of planning a bomb attack and having possible ties to the Islamic State. Police in Leipzig found him after refugees recognized him from wanted posters
The sudden escalation puts the relationship back into the deep freeze it was in at the peak of the crisis over Ukraine in 2014, which also sparked a wave of hostility in state media
Samsung urges owners of the Galaxy Note 7 to turn off the phone while it investigates reports of devices it had deemed safe catching fire.
The new measures will include making new and old buildings and houses more energy efficient, Ms. McKenna told CTV’s Question Period on Sunday. The regulations will come on top of a national carbon tax unveiled by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week.
TWO bungling asylum seekers fled in horror from the home they had broken into after witnessing what they thought was a ghost floating down the stairs.
About 14 pioneer Amish families from southwestern Ontario have bought farms in Prince Edward Island this year, lured by low land prices, and settled in the communities of Dundas and Summerville. Many more families are expected.
The Pittsburgh Penguins say captain Sidney Crosby has been diagnosed with a concussion.
Douglas Muir, who teaches at the University of Virginia, commented on Facebook that he believed that Black Lives Matter was the 'biggest' racist organization to appear on the scene since the KKK.
The Hussaini Association of Calgary will hold a peace march Sunday afternoon, hoping to send a strong message days after anti-Muslim posters were plastered over the University of Calgary's main campus.
4chan is an imageboard Internet site that allows users to post anonymously.
The Blood Tribe Chief and Council issued a statement expressing their concerns and sympathy regarding an assault of a Lethbridge woman that happened on Sept. 30. “Chief and Council do not condone violence of any type and want to send the message that ther
In the minutes before three Palm Springs, Calif., officers were shot, two fatally, the suspected gunman's father told a neighbour his son was armed, "acting crazy" and wanted to shoot police.
A DECORATED French Foreign Legion commander has been removed from the army’s retirement payroll after being accused of helping organise – and taking part in – a banned anti-Islam protest in the port town of Calais last February.
A University of Waterloo student group is scrambling to figure out how it will continue projects that tackle issues...
Dire predictions that the Arctic would be devoid of sea ice by September this year have proven to be unfounded after latest satellite images showed there is far more now than in 2012.
Belarusian police say a teenager attacked two girls in a shopping centre in the capital of Minsk with a chain saw and an axe, killing one of them.
Completed in 1916, the Trans-Siberian railway stretches more than 5,700 miles from Moscow to Vladivostok, and crosses two continents, 80 towns and cities, 16 large rivers and eight time zones.
An improperly inserted tag may have caused the death of a southern resident killer whale in B.C. waters this year, U.S. researchers have concluded.
Conference Board of Canada study urges immigration hike to support economic growth as the population ages.
Two residents of Squamish, B.C., were left with cuts and bruises after a black bear attacked them while they were sitting on the steps of their home.
Travellers headed to or from the Central Interior appeared to be getting the worst of the action on Saturday, with flurries piling up on the Coquihalla Highway.
Officers are surrounding a home in Chemnitz and the force tweeted: 'At the moment we have a static threat situation in the Fritz-Heckert area in Chemnitz, C0810 and with strong forces on the ground.'
The paper published the first report about how Labour’s leader had been forced to sit on the floor on a train from London to Newcastle.
Militant Islamist group al-Shabab says it has killed six Christians in north-eastern Kenya in an attack aimed at forcing them out of the region.
Another ancient bison kill and butchering site has been unearthed by the 2013 flood in a popular recreational and fishing area southeast of Calgary.