Former model Tiger Sun (pictured), 46, who grew up in Canada and has asked for her real name not be published, has spoken exclusively to MailOnline about bloody battles and killing jihadis
Foreign exchange manager Jenus Fiouzi, 43, claims key decisions at Commerzbank AG's London office were made during all male drinking sessions to which she wasn't invited.
When Salomon Brothers bond trader John LeFevre received his first bonus on the job in 2002, he thought he’d save and invest the $75,000 windfall. That is, until he revealed...
A patient with extensively drug-resistant TB flew from Mumbai to Chicago, and the deadly disease could become an infamous export due to problems in India's public health system
Two men are dead and a three-year-old boy has been rescued after a canoe capsized in a lake north of Kingston, Ont., on Saturday evening.
Inadequate public transit has become as Canadian as maple syrup, and cities are struggling to find affordable solutions. The problem? Too much political wrangling and an outdated approach to new infrastructure projects.
Emanuella Enenajor likely caused more than a few politicians to choke on their Stampede pancakes last week.
The analyst with Bank of America Merrill Lynch was the first from a major financial institution to utter the dreaded R-word — recession.
A young man who was drinking and celebrating the Fourth of July tried to launch a firework off the top of his head, fatally injuring himself, U.S. authorities say.
Residents across Metro Vancouver and other parts of B.C. woke to the sight of a strange haze in the sky Sunday morning.
CHRISTIANS fleeing Islamic persecution must be given “priority” over others when applying for asylum in Europe, senior Bishops said last night.
U.S.-led coalition aircraft unleashed a wave of airstrikes targeting the Islamic State group's stronghold of Raqqa in eastern Syria in what the coalition said Sunday was one of its most sustained aerial operations carried out in Syria to date.
Can an algorithm pass for an author? Can a robot rock the house? A series of contests at Dartmouth College is about to find out.
A 10-month-old girl was rescued by the Turkish Coast Guard on Saturday after she drifted nearly a kilometre out to sea in an inflatable crib.
Lawyer criticizes the police tribunal process as being "about the police, for the police and controlled by the police,” with a mere slap on the wrist for the few found guilty.
A five-year-old Florida girl died after a sturgeon leaped into her boat along the Suwannee River in Florida and struck her.
The exhilaration of a roller-coaster ride at the amusement park may thrill young people, but often leaves their parents on the sidelines. There's a reason for this, says Prof. Laurence Harris, who studies how our senses affect our perception.
A lawyer and notary shot at a Terrebonne, Que., law office have died, according to provincial police.
Diplomatic relations between the Canadian government and U.S. Ambassador Bruce Heyman appear to have warmed up after a reportedly frosty welcome to the capital a little over a year ago.
On Friday, the Utilities Consumer Advocate (UCA) office advised that Albertans who do not have a fixed contract and purchase electricity through the Regulated Rate Option (RRO) will see an average increase of $21 on their electricity bill this month
The Canadian Forces has pledged to complete the renovations to the house of a wounded Edmonton soldier, who was in danger of losing his home after a frustrating two-year struggle to get it outfitted for a wheelchair.
A man was killed early Friday when an alligator attacked him during a late-night swim at a Southeast Texas marina, according to police.
Soccer lovers in Surrey B.C. may be thinking twice before playing in public parks, after a family soccer game was brought to an abrupt end by police who kicked them off for not having a permit.
David Hastings is a rare American. This long-time hybrid car owner from Oregon wants to pay higher taxes for roads and bridges. The current 30 cents per gallon state gas barely affects him.
A 35-year-old lawyer has been rushed to hospital with serious injuries after “inadvertently” triggering an explosive device in a Winnipeg office building on Friday.
'If we don’t engage in the (cultural) discussion, we won’t fully understand their health needs and they won’t get met,' one expert said of the accommodation debate
With a week to go, there are signs that these games, triple the cost of the last Pan Am Games at a price tag of $2.5 billion, will turn out to be an expensive flop
One of the places the pictograms are on display is Mount Rigi railway, at Lake Lucerne. Surrounded by the Alps, the site is popular with Asian tourists.
It was set to be this year's hottest new menu item. But Calgary Stampede organizers say there were will be no cockroach pizza on offer this year after all.
In an anonymous essay, the writer claims she is a 26 years old, seven weeks pregnant, with every intention of having an abortion. But if she receives the money in 72 hours she will keep it.
Rick Jones of Delta, Utah, said assailants carved homophobic slurs into his arms and robbed his restaurant. Officials say he's admitted faking the attacks.
They cheered when he shot pucks into empty nets during warmup, they ooohed and aaahed when he ran through basic, boring hockey drills and they lost their minds whenever he did something even slightly impressive.
A woman, who four members of Britain's Royal Navy are accused of sexually assaulting, told a police investigator she fell unconscious following a night of drinking at military barracks near Halifax and woke up to find she was being raped while photos were
How many times would you give your neighbor an electric shock to earn a few extra bucks? Your answer could be more malleable than you think. A new study finds that two common drugs—an antidepressant and a treatment for Parkinson’s disease—can influence mo
Canadians are often curious about how others see them, so, for Canada Day, with the help of the International Council for Canadian Studies, CBC News reached out to the 7,000 or so academics outside Canada who teach courses about Canada.
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The lawyer for the families of Bernardo's murder victims, 14-year-old Leslie Mahaffy and 15-year-old Kristen French, said Correctional Service Canada sent out a form letter to the families last week advising them of his application.
Tim Danson said it
This year, bears have forced trail closures in Alberta, ripped through screen doors to steal food inside Ontario cabins, settled for eating cake out of the garbage near Ottawa, and one cub broke into a parked car in Manitoba.
A WestJet flight from Las Vegas to Victoria has landed safely in B.C. after a bomb threat.
A former Iowa State University scientist who altered blood samples to make it appear he had achieved a breakthrough toward a potential vaccine against HIV was sentenced Wednesday to more than 4 ½ years in… News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and the Best Of Cl
Hiva Alizadeh is a dual citizen with Iran convicted of possessing explosives with the intent to endanger life for the benefit of a terrorist group. That makes him eligible for revocation and deportation
A 24-year-old woman from Pangnirtung, Nunavut, has been charged with assault after the Air Canada flight she was on, which was en route from Ottawa to Vancouver, was diverted to Winnipeg yesterday.
Canadian airlines are starting to feel the financial impact of a recent string of false threats, after five flights were diverted due to bomb threats in the last week.
Residents of Metro Vancouver have rejected a half-per-cent sales tax to fund $7.5 billion in transportation upgrades.
A federal judge in Utah has awarded a $134.2 million default judgment in a lawsuit filed on behalf of two American soldiers against a Canadian man who pleaded guilty to committing war crimes when he was 15.
A pair of Texas police officers that shot and killed a suspect in May have been acquitted after dramatic footage was released that shows a man pull out a gun and motion towards them.
Alaska and its neighbor to the east, Canada, have kicked off wildfire season in a major way. Blazes have raged across the northern stretches of North America, sending smoke streaming down into the Lower 48 and leaving the landscape charred.
New attack in underground vault brings to 11 the number of incidents in a year.
Dr. Arthur Porter's death in a Panama City hospital late Tuesday leaves many questions unanswered, including why the Conservative supporter and spy-review committee chairman was never brought back to Canada.
The Ontario Superior Court will hear arguments today from a coalition of groups seeking an injunction against several key elements of the Conservative government's Fair Elections Act.
A bomb threat believed to be a hoax prompted WestJet to divert a Vancouver-to-Toronto flight to Calgary
How Wednesday's moves by Calgary and Edmonton play out is yet to be seen. But here’s what we know for sure: After years of dormancy, the Battle of Alberta is definitely back.
After a 10-year departure, kicker Paul McCallum is returning to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. McCallum first joined the Roughriders in 1994. At 45 years old, McCallum is the oldest active player in the CFL.
The diplomatic documents released by WikiLeaks last week have revealed that Saudi Arabia is pumping in millions of rupees into India
Two pot activists have been taken into custody after protesters confronted police at a Cannabis Day protest at the Vancouver Art Gallery on Wednesday.
A mystery woman with an Australian accent and stage-three cancer says she has no idea who she is, where she's from or how she wound up lost and penniless in California.
The U.S. military's new F-35 stealth jet was outperformed by the F-16 model in a dogfight over the Pacific Ocean, despite the fact it has already cost the military more than a trillion dollars to create.
Concerns about a possible recession are growing after Statistics Canada said Tuesday that the economy contracted in April, marking the fourth consecutive monthly decline.
The man who helped create the BlackBerry, the female CEOs of two provincial public broadcasters, a noted First Nations actor and a former Olympic medallist are among the Canadians being appointed to the Order of Canada.