A Conservative member of Parliament is raising ethical concerns about the Liberal government's new special envoy for the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
Attackers ram a car through the gates of a Brussels crime laboratory before starting a fire to try and destroy forensic evidence, prosecutors say.
Yikes. Trouble is brewing in the Great White North.
A giant poster brought into a Toronto FC game against the Montreal Impact Saturday night has left fans of both teams crying foul on Twitter. At least one fan says she plans to file an official complaint.
The FBI is urging U.S. election officials to increase computer security after it uncovered evidence that hackers have targeted two state election databases in recent weeks, according to a confidential advisory.
As the Alberta economy sinks, the federal government has been trying to gauge the risk to the rest of Canada.
It’s the final countdown. The keys to Rogers Place, your correspondent has learned, will be presented to the Oilers Entertainment Group by PCL Construction Thursday. The ice is in. The lines have been painted. The ads have been positioned. The Zamboni has
Last week, an elderly man with a walker begged employees at a Saskatoon Co-op gas station to use the building's washroom. He was denied access.
As a society, we are good at identifying and addressing problems. We just don’t solve them.... - Analysis - Winnipeg Free Press.
Germany expects up to 300,000 migrants to arrive in the country this year, the head of Germany's Federal Office for Migration and Refugees says.
There are signs that Islamists are trying to join the German armed forces to get military training, and there is a risk they might use that training to carry out attacks in Germany or abroad, a German newspaper cited a draft document as saying.
A new mother is melting hearts all over the internet with photos of her baby dressed up as pop culture icons such as Beyoncé, Han Solo and Jon Snow.
QARQASHAH, Iraq (AP) — In the buildup to a long-awaited offensive on the city of Mosul, Kurdish forces are seizing new territory in northern Iraq that they say will become part of their autonomous region. The moves are further straining relations between
WASHINGTON (AP) — A $400 million cash delivery to Iran to repay a decades-old arbitration claim may be unprecedented in recent U.S. history, according to legal experts and diplomatic historians, raising further questions about a payment timed to help free
DURANT, Miss. (AP) — A man suspected in the slayings of two nuns found dead in their Mississippi home has been arrested and charged with capital murder in the shocking killing that rocked the small town communities where the women served, authorities said
The federal government ran a $995-million deficit over the first quarter of the fiscal year, an outcome Ottawa says is roughly in line with projections in the March budget
Paramedics rushed to the scene but they could not save 17-year-old Julio Macias Gonzalez
The San Francisco Go Topless day celebrants may not realize the strange bedfellows they're united with in promoting the freedom to have a bare chest. It turns out the national protest event is the work of Rael, the spiritual leader of the Raelians.
An Indonesian man who claims to be the longest living human in recorded history has described how he “
The 49ers quarterback refused to stand for the national anthem Friday, saying, "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color."
Police in Bangladesh killed three suspected militants Saturday, including Tamim Chowdhury -- a Bangladeshi-born Canadian -- who they say was an alleged mastermind of a major attack on a cafe last month that left 20 people dead.
The U.S. Coast Guard says two stranded mariners were rescued Friday after crews saw their "SOS" in the sand on an uninhabited island in Micronesia.
Abedin, vice-chair of the Clinton campaign, was on the editorial board of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs when it published the claim about Bill Clinton using 1998 airstrikes as a distraction.
Leon Swanson and David Tait Jr. are 41 years old and have just learned they're not exactly who they thought they were.
The St. John's Telegram — which calls itself the People's Paper — used its front page Friday to respond to recent online harassment of one of its female journalists.
A wooden arch baring the words 'The Last Steps' was unveiled today on the Halifax waterfront near where tens of thousands of Canadian soldiers set off to fight in the First World War, never to return to return home.
Canada will commit roughly half a billion dollars towards UN peace support operations over the next few years, a commitment that includes hundreds of troops and police officers. The announcement is being made at an air base in Bagotville, Que.
Three Ottawa men who conspired to commit terrorism have pleaded guilty and have been sentenced in Ontario Superior Court, with the alleged ringleader, Ashton Larmond, facing the stiffest penalty.
A young fishing guide based in Lillooet is enjoying some extra attention after he and some friends reeled in a huge white sturgeon known as Pig Nose this week.
A botched attempt to break into the iPhone of an Arab activist using hitherto unknown espionage software has triggered a global upgrade of Apple's mobile operating system, researchers said Thursday.
Sam Fyith was sitting in his living room when he heard the woman's screams coming from the street outside.
Alberta Health Services has reached an agreement in principle with Dynalife that would see the company continue to provide lab testing services in Edmonton and northern Alberta.
A new report concludes far fewer Fort McMurray residents would have lost their homes in the May wildfire if they had taken precautionary measures.
Americans have unexpectedly come ashore in Canada for the second time in less than a week — but they weren't wayward partiers — they came here to save lives.
Former prime minister Stephen Harper will resign today as a member of Parliament.
"I've been 'sentenced to die' by @DrEricHoskins using a corrupt, RIGGED political system engineered to NOT pay for out-of-country health care," he said in one tweet.
"Rigged out-of-country funding program will pay to remove my penis but not my cancer t
Three people are dead, all of whom had apparent crossbow injuries, in the Scarborough region of Toronto on Thursday afternoon.
Criminal Complaint Details Brutal Slaying of New Mexico Girl
A Canadian Jewish student issued a warning Tuesday to incoming pro-Israel freshmen about the harsh reality they will likely face on campus for their religious and political identities.
A school district outside Amarillo recently installed signs warning people that its staff is armed
"It's very terrifying here," American ISIS hostage says in the video.
Three people have died after an attack involving a crossbow in Toronto’s east end.
A couple from British Columbia who have been married for 62 years are being forced to live apart after because of a shortage of spaces in care homes in the town of Surrey.
A Vermont facility embraces transparency in a way that's truly rare for the industry. Will it catch on?
The Nunavut Impact Review Board is recommending the federal government approve a plan to bring a luxury cruise ship through Nunavut waters without a full environmental review, which has one Arctic researcher on edge.
The crazed couple are leading police on a manhunt spanning at least three states.
A vague message on an Alberta billboard promotes a conspiracy theory about governments secretly spraying chemicals from the sky to sterilize people.
A new independent resource assessment suggests the Orphan Basin could hold twice the oil of the Flemish Pass.
By next year, the same garbage that Edmontonians place curbside should be converted into a component of the gasoline they use to fuel their cars.
The flight manifest for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Christmas vacation to the Caribbean, released to the Conservatives through an access to information request, was redacted to leave off the names of family members and a nanny who travelled on the gov
The Communications Security Establishment intercepted 342 private communications in 2014-15, compared to just 13 for the previous year, for reasons they wonï¿½t explain
Photos of a woman being surrounded by police and apparently ordered to remove her body-covering swimwear by police on a beach in Nice, France have surfaced online as several French municipalities move to ban so-called burkinis.
The RCMP is now letting officers wear hijabs as part of their uniform, a spokesman for Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale confirmed Wednesday.
Authorities pleaded for the public's help Wednesday as they continued to search for two people wanted in connection with the kidnapping of three young children whose mother was found dead on a Gorman-area road recently.
The American University of Afghanistan in the capital Kabul is under attack according to witnesses, with gunfire and explosions heard coming from inside the campus.
Up close and personal with a new core of very old Antarctic ice.
Paramedic says palliative care patients used to 'just beg' her to treat them at home, and now she can.
The Calgary Zoo hopes a new pilot project will turn the weakest links of an endangered species into love machines.
A powerful earthquake has rocked Italy overnight killing at least 20 people and burying many more as they slept. (pictured, the town of Amatrice).
A wind turbine in Cape Breton has collapsed while crews performed routine maintenance. No one was injured and staff were able to evacuate the site before the 80-metre turbine fell.
Alberta Fish and Wildlife has confirmed the hunter who was captured on video killing a bear with a spear won’t face charges.
The Latest: Man Arrested in Killings Blames Rampage on Drugs
The federal environment department paid a French photojournalist $6,662 to take pictures of its minister, Catherine McKenna, and her staff during the COP21 conference on climate change in Paris last year.
Ben Eisen and Steve Lafleur: Alberta is running bigger deficits than Ontario did in the worst years of its debt binge
A poodle owner in Montreal’s Westmount area is irritated after the family was handed a fine, simply for walking the dog outside their neighbourhood.
Joe Ceci, Alberta’s Finance Minister, predicts the 2016-2017 net fiscal impact of the wildfire in and around Fort McMurray will approach the $500 million mark.
The mayor of Thorold says the junior and minor hockey teams that sport offensive logos and team names must change them by next June.
A quick-thinking seal hitched a ride on a whale-watching boat to escape the pod of hungry orcas trying to hunt him off the B.C. coast.
A woman is reportedly suing Toronto Blue Jays slugger Edwin Encarnacion for battery after he allegedly knowingly gave her sexually transmitted diseases, according to media reports.
Members of Canada's Olympic team, led by breakout swim star Penny Oleksiak, stepped through the arrivals area at Toronto's Pearson airport this morning in a triumphant return after an impressive 22-medal performance in Rio de Janeiro.
Initiated by President Rodrigo Duterte, the death toll has spiked since he took office. Nightly police raids have been condemned by international human rights advocates as out of control. They are calling on the government to end the drug raids and invest
In the aftermath of the St. Clair River rescue, Sarnia parks and recreation staff spend hours cleaning up trash left behind by the partiers — including coolers, rafts, beer cans, a picnic table and inflatables.
A Coon Rapids man is now charged with the murder, sexual assault and kidnapping of a 5-year-old girl who was the daughter of a friend and co-worker.
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At the end of October, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will close its temporary RV park for Fort McMurray residents left homeless by May’s wildfire. Some of the RVers say they’ll be homeless.
Toronto police are seeking four men as witnesses after a video emerged that appears to show a taxi running a food-delivery service cyclist off the road.
Canada's federal prison watchdog is investigating the death of a Cape Breton man who was pepper-sprayed repeatedly by prison guards, describing it as a "tragedy."
Alberta Serious Incident Response Team initially recommended the officer not be charged in the March, 2015, death of Anthony Heffernan
For the first time since the end of the Cold War, the German government plans to tell citizens to stockpile food and water in case of an attack or catastrophe, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper reported on Sunday.
The attacker lunged at passengers as they were getting off a bus in the Uccle area of the Belgian capital this afternoon.
'I canï¿½t believe I live in Canada and this is happening'
An estimated 1,500 Americans illegally and unexpectedly washed up in Canada late Sunday after strong winds blew them across the St. Clair River near Sarnia, Ont.
Darren Mork is the man whom disgraced cop Robert Hansen tried to frame by planting a gun at his house. Now he’s suing, and telling his story.
The clip, called Driving through Detroit at night, was filmed by a woman who was a passenger in a car going around the Motor City and was posted to Twitter at the weekend.
Europol has warned ISIS has been using Greek refugee camps to distribute fake passports and other identity documents to potential terrorists planning attacks in Western Europe.
More than a year after a Hamilton lawyer was unceremoniously removed as an adviser on security issues, the federal government can't — or won't — produce any evidence that a promised investigation into his supposed ties to radicalization ever took place.
The Canadian icebreaker ship Louis S. St-Laurent is mapping the seafloor near the North Pole this weekend, as Canada prepares to stake a claim to territory beyond the 200-mile nautical limit in Arctic waters.
Iran's foreign ministry spokesman says Russia will stop using Iranian air base for Syria airstrikes for the time being. The announcement comes after Iran's defence minister chastised Russia, saying Moscow's announcement on using Iranian bases for attacks
A Canadian soldier stationed in London pleaded guilty to making and possessing child pornography in a court appearance Friday.
Jason Moore was a member of the military police working in the Canadian High Commission in England until his arrest in April
Star swimmer Penny Oleksiak will carry the Canadian flag into Maracana Stadium for tonight's Summer Games closing ceremony in Rio.
Green party deputy leader Daniel Green says it will be a 'great blow' if Elizabeth May decides to step away from her position as leader.
Carly Minish, a 25-year-old chef from the small town Swan River, Man., is selling her gourmet mustards across the country after her recipes proved to be a succulent success.
A Saskatchewan reeve says the future of a councillor who posted an online comment about the shooting death of an aboriginal man will be a topic at an upcoming meeting.
Conor McGregor got his revenge. Now he wants a third fight on his terms.
Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired a rocket into southern Israel on Sunday, prompting the Israeli military to respond with airstrikes and tank fire on targets inside Gaza. No injuries were reported on either side.
Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberal
government predicts it will get $1.9 billion annually in
new revenue from cap-and-trade beginning
Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to quit the UN after the organisation called for an end to the killings by his war on drugs.
A series of spectacular underwater images have revealed what is left of a 600-foot long American luxury liner-turned troop ship that was sunk in World War II, the SS President Coolidge.
A BENEFITS cheat who said she couldn't walk and fraudulently claimed almost £40,000 avoided jail after she was caught competing as a Miss Universe bodybuilder.
The leader of the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, Frauke Petry, says people should be able to arm themselves with guns following a series of violent gun and axe attacks.
Some talk about how Downie helped rescue their youth through his patriotic poetry. Barry also talks of how Downie rescued his cat.
An anonymous group released thousands of hacked documents from the Open Society Foundations this week.
The shocking advert claiming Sweden has the world's highest rape rate is in the terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk airport and is a response to criticism by Stockholm over Turkey's child sex abuse laws.
Nice has become the latest French seaside resort to ban the burkini, the body-concealing Islamic swimsuit that has sparked heated debate in secular France. Pictured is a model in a burkini
Let's see Hope Solo try to save this one. Veterans Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan, with varying degrees of frustration, have spoken out against Solo’s immature, unsporting rant
Twice as many Ontario voters oppose Premier Kathleen Wynne’s cap-and-trade plan as support it, with the remainder undecided, according to a new Forum Research poll.
A Montreal man was charged on Thursday for allegedly committing a terrorism hoax and misleading both Canadian and American authorities.
The previous government swung between two extremes, where initially "the gates were open," to where "no one was let in,"
Lethbridge police deployed an armoured rescue vehicle on one of the city's main roads Thursday, closing Whoop-Up Drive for several hours before taking a heavily armed man into custody.
Two independent sources told EurActiv.com that the US has started transferring nuclear weapons stationed in Turkey to Romania, against the background of worsening relations between Washington and Ankara.
According to one of the sources, the transfer ha
The attacker, who has been arrested, reportedly shouted 'Allahu Akbar' as he stabbed the 55-year-old man in Strasbourg, France.
Global News has learned the RCMP is now leading the investigation into a stolen plane that mysteriously crashed in Peterborough, Ont. last week and it is being treated as a potential “national security issue."
Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau released fresh figures Sunday outlining how much the neediest provinces can expect to receive from Ottawa in the next fiscal year – and Quebec will receive a large chunk of the money.
Goodbye to Gawker. Nick Denton's snarky gossip site will cease operations next week after Univision struck an agreement to acquire parent company Gawker Media Group out of bankruptcy.
In 2003, researchers declared Coral Castles dead. Then in 2015, a team of marine biologists was stunned and overjoyed to find Coral Castles, genus Acropora, once again teeming with life.
The number of businesses to shutter their doors in Calgary during the economic downturn continues to grow.
Neonicotinoids, a widely used class of insecticide, are suspected of harming honeybee populations. But there is growing evidence that they might also have detrimental effects on other important pollinators.
A study of lakes near one of Canada's most contaminated industrial sites suggests that the water immediately around Yellowknife's Giant Mine won't return to its natural state for generations -- if ever.
The countdown is on. Tragically Hip fans across Canada are prepping for the Man Machine Poem tour finale in the band's hometown of Kingston, Ont., on Saturday.
​Sgt. Maurice Brodeur has been removed from his position as president of the Edmonton Police Association.
Syrian opposition activists release haunting footage showing a young boy rescued from the rubble in the aftermath of a devastating airstrike in Aleppo.
Arctic char is a staple of many Nunavut fishermen's catch, but something's different this year, with a strange colouration prompting plenty of theories, but few answers.
A father from the United Kingdom had only one defence against his daughter’s accusation that he had raped her for six years: He didn’t do it.
Ryan Lochte was already back in the United States when the order came from a Brazilian judge to surrender his passport. Here is a timeline of how Lochte’s allegations of being robbed at gunpoint escalated into the current situation:
A senior Olympic executive from Ireland was arrested and taken to the hospital Wednesday after police carried out a raid at his beachfront hotel as part of an investigation into the illegal sale of tickets for the Rio de Janeiro Games.