The veteran singer songwriter asked the orchestra to stop when she became struck by amnesia at the Stockholm ceremony on Saturday.
“I have seen so many tears. From the top down,” said the woman, who works on international initiatives and fears the incoming president’s derisive cracks about foreign nation-building mean the U.S. might scale down its foreign engagement.
WINNIPEG — Canada’s annual gathering of top Arctic scientists has been roiled by an open letter from researchers protesting what they call a sexist joke at the conference’s gala banquet.
At least 20 people are believed to have been injured during the explosion, which took place close to the stadium of Istanbul's Besiktas football club.
Witnesses said that during their practice sessions, they would interrupt their shooting to pray. Radio-Canada learned that after one of those practices, a client overheard one of the men say he was unhappy the targets weren't non-believers.
Residents in southern Ontario could see their first big blast of winter this season starting Sunday, when a system out of the U.S. is expected to bring up to 20 centimetres of snow to some areas.
Fifteen former clients of an imprisoned B.C. immigration consultant have been deported to China. And the failed appeals by two women who fought to remain in Canada provide a rare glimpse into the illegal tactics used to carry out what has been labelled as
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is calling on the prime minister to release an un-redacted version of a secret memo prepared for the finance minister that states carbon pricing would “cascade throughout the economy and prices would increase most for goods
A D.C. police officer who rose to a pivotal role within the police department was suspended, &nbsp;but is now back on the streets after taking under-aged interns to a bar and even worse.
It seemed the witch hunt against a school
principal in Markham had all but died
down after she was forced to apologize
for her supposedly anti-Muslim Facebook
Probably just a coincidence, right?
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The explosion rocked a checkpoint at Al Haram street in the Egyptian capital Cairo this morning on a road used to transport tourists near the pyramids.
The federal government says Canada will spend $2.3 billion to replace the military's ancient search-and-rescue planes with 16 new aircraft from European aerospace giant Airbus.
A bill to simplify crossing the Canadian-U.S. border moved ahead in the American Congress on Wednesday, with little time left to get it passed before lawmakers break to form a post-election legislature in the New Year.
Opposition leaders say political donors bought $1,500 tickets to meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a cash-for-access fundraiser in Quebec, but the Liberals insist they haven’t broken any rules.
A man convicted of two counts of second-degree murder in a shootout at a 2012 community barbecue in Toronto was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison with no chance of parole for seven years.
The federal government will choose the Airbus C295 to replace the military’s aging search-and-rescue planes, ending a drawn-out decision process launched over a decade ago, sources tell CTV News.
Just in time for the holidays, a new report from Equifax Canada shows Canadian consumer debt climbed to $1.702 trillion by the end of the third quarter -- about the same as Australia’s gross domestic product last year.
President-elect Donald Trump was declared Time 'Person of the Year' on Today Wednesday morning, beating out finalists including Hillary Clinton, Beyonce and Vladmir Putin.
Donald Trump intends to nominate a chief critic of the EPA to be its next head, a source confirmed Wednesday.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt will be named the next Environmental Protection Agency administrator, the source said.
Pruitt, who w
John Kelly is a blunt-talking retired Marine general who served as an enlisted Marine.
On 28 November, mine workers used "bird hazing" techniques to try to frighten the birds and prevent them from landing in the water, which is acidic enough to dissolve a motorboat's steel propeller, according to researchers.
A couple found dead by their four children in a southwest Calgary home apparently died of a drug overdose — in what a veteran police officer describes as one of the most tragic incidents he has ever witnessed.
Phasing out coal, a feverish pursuit of green energy, new tax regimes — where have we heard all this before? The brains behind Ontario's energy disaster are now running the country
People across the country and digging into their closets for gloves and scarves, ahead of the arrival of the first polar plunge this week, which has already brought snow in some states.
Edmonton police have a suspect in custody in regards to a possible hate crime that occurred at the University of Alberta LRT Station last month.
Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie was overcome with emotion during a special Hunka ceremony held by the Assembly of First Nations chiefs.
The Fraser Institute released the results of its latest survey of petroleum executives and says Alberta’s taxation, onerous regulatory schemes and unpredictable environmental rules are deterring investment in the oil and gas sector.
Doctors say sharing complete medical files with the government is a common practice among Whitehorse doctors, even though it's a violation of medical confidentiality. Some doctors who have chosen to protect patients' privacy and not hand over information
Friends and colleagues of Dr. Elana Fric-Shamji, whose body was discovered in a suitcase in Kleinburg last week, are telling investigators that her brutal murder did not come as a surprise.
Justin Trudeau wiped away tears during a roundtable with Syrian refugees and sponsors, as one newcomer recalled being greeted by the prime minister when he arrived in Canada one year ago.
ISLAMIC terrorists beheaded eight Somali village elders and killed at least seven other people during fighting spurred by a dispute over payment of an Islamic tax, a villager and a local official said today.
In a restrained statement, Refael Barak, Israel’s ambassador to Canada, stopped well short of the harsh and angry denunciations by Canadian Jewish groups
Connor McDavid has enough to worry about with opponents trying to keep him off the scoresheet, the last thing he needs is Big Brother shutting him down. But there he was, pulled from the game at a crucial point in the second period Sunday when one of the
Construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline has been halted, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has told Standing Rock protesters.
Left-leaning Alexander Van der Bellen's projected victory in Austria's presidential election is being welcomed across much of the political spectrum in Europe and neighbouring Germany.
Police have charged 22-year-old Abas Ahmed Ibrahim (also known as Maxboy or Moe), 21-year-old Omar Kromah (also known as Nef) and 24-year-old Zakariya Mohamed Abdow (also known as Slickthug or Slimthug) with sexual assault
President-elect Donald Trump drew a rebuke from former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Saturday, after turning his attention to another Indiana company planning a move to Mexico.
Roger Pielke Jr., writes that his research was attacked by thought police in journalism, activist groups funded by billionaires and even the White House.
British Columbia grand chief Stewart Phillip says Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr's assertion the police and military will deal with civil disobedience over pipeline projects was 'stupid and clumsy.'
Federal Conservative leadership hopeful Chris Alexander says he didn't stop a crowd calling for Alberta Premier Rachel Notley to be locked up because politicians need to listen to constituents.
A suspected serial tire-slasher in a Surrey, B.C. neighbourhood has been captured on security video, after destroying the tires of several residents.
A researcher has found that a federal subsidy intended to reduce astronomical food prices for northern families has resulted in stale-dated, unreliable food on store shelves without making grocery bills more affordable.
SEX robots which are the spitting image of glamorous Hollywood A-Listers could get blokes’ pulses racing sooner than you think, Daily Star Online can reveal.
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) -- Venezuela said it will issue higher-denominated bills as triple-digit inflation and a currency meltdown leave the country's largest note worth just around 2 U.S. cents on the black market.
THIS place is crazier than the Playboy mansion.
The death toll from a fire that tore through a warehouse hosting a late-night dance party jumped to 30 on Sunday as firefighters painstakingly combed through rubble for others believed to still be missing.
Italians voted Sunday in a referendum on constitutional reforms that Premier Matteo Renzi has staked his political future on, hoping to survive the rising populist forces that have gained traction across Europe.
Victoria's Secret is taking friendly fire from a leading women's magazine for allegedly showcasing "racist" underwear at the Grand Palais in Paris this week.
Just when you thought the lawlessness of the most lawless administration in history couldn't get worse, the Department of Justice files another legal brief. In response to a class action lawsuit by as many as 3,500 ready-to-hire air traffic controller app
"Right on the tape," said Draisaitl, who won 10 of 16 draws against the best face-off team in the league and slipped into the open after Jordan Eberle had carried the puck into the zone. Eberle picked up his third assist
Premier Rachel Notley must rethink her government’s plan to impose a carbon tax on already cash-strapped Albertans, a boisterous crowd of protesters, conservative politicians and commentators said Saturday during a rally at the legislature.The “Families f
A brand new house in the village of Carmangay, Alta. was torn down in just hours Thursday morning, after a court order was issued to demolish the home. The village claims the Carmangay man who built the house did so without the correct permits.
At the Suncor oilsands mine north of Fort McMurray, drivers and heavy equipment operators nervously watch as massive trucks rumble by with no one behind the wheel. With every passing truck, workers can imagine their lucrative jobs slipping away.
Social media users have been encouraging the spread of racist Pokemon-style stickers across the public transport network.
The stickers, plastered over buses, trains and tube stations across London, depict a number of Muslims with the slogan 'gotta catch
A Cook County judge who allowed a law clerk to hear traffic cases has Alzheimer's disease and is mentally unfit, a state board charged
Fans of Justin Trudeau will now be able to fill their abodes with the Prime Minister’s mysterious musk. Some Missouri-based crafters have created a Justin Trudeau-scented candle.
The summits of Hawaii's Big Island could get more than two feet of snow, with a winter storm warning in effect through Saturday.
President Rodrigo Duterte said Saturday Donald Trump wished his deadly crackdown on illegal drugs would succeed during a telephone call, and he assured the U.S. president-elect the Philippines would maintain its ties with America -- a departure from Duter
FURIOUS Dutch MPs have demanded an immediate public inquiry after a government-backed watchdog said it was acceptable for Muslims to send gay people death threats.
A Toronto-area police officer who allegedly removed a kitten from the home of a drug user is set to face a misconduct charge at a police hearing next week.
Donald Trump’s appointment of billionaire Wilbur Ross to secretary of commerce signals the president-elect’s commitment to forging ahead with campaign promises to play hard ball with trade partners, says an investment expert.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took another step back from his promise to overhaul Canada's democracy Friday while the minister in charge of the file apologized in the House of Commons for incendiary comments she made the day before.
A lost baby penguin is recovering well after it was found and rescued by two local men in Sydney, Australia.
Using nothing more than a laptop and an internet connection, hackers can guess credit card information in as little as six seconds, new research has found.
For just US$2 a pill, a group of Australian high school chemistry students have recreated the life-saving drug that American Martin Shkreli charges $750 for.
The American toymaker behind Lammily, a line of Barbie-like dolls with more realistic body proportions, has set his sights set on an ambitious new project: a wheelchair for dolls.
In the aftermath of OPEC’s decision to cut oil production, gas prices in Canada are expected to increase. Dan McTeague, a senior petroleum analyst with gasbuddy.com, predicts the increases will continue for the next month.
A newly published report highlights the potential dangers of drinking too much water while dealing with something as simple and common as a urinary infection.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon apologized Thursday for the UN not doing enough to contain the spread of a cholera outbreak in Haiti, but he stopped short of apologizing for bringing the disease to the Caribbean nation.
Police are investigating reports of a disturbing 'fight club'-type trend at a Toronto high school after three students were charged with attacking and severely injuring another teen.
A California mountain lion placed under a death sentence for killing nearly a dozen alpacas owned by a Malibu woman was granted a reprieve Thursday when the woman announced she wouldn't act on a state-issued permit giving her the right to kill the animal.
Although the national unemployment rate is going down, Alberta’s unemployment rate has hit a new high; one the province hasn’t seen in over 20 years.
ï¿½She held the baby for some time, but she had an exam that day. Because she had the exam, she didnï¿½t know what to do,ï¿½ a Crown lawyer said of the 19-year-old
WINNIPEG ï¿½ The bleeding has stopped. Well, Edmontonï¿½s anyway. Itï¿½s flowing pretty good right now in Winnipeg after the Oilers opened half a dozen deep and painful wounds on the Jets. The Oilers scored six times Thursday, including three goals from a
British jihadists caught fighting with Isil in Mosul could be handed death sentences in makeshift Iraqi courts trying up to 100 suspected terrorists a month.
The Canadian Football League is mourning the loss of Saskatchewan Roughriders running back Joe McKnight, who was killed Thursday afternoon in Terrytown, La.
Toronto's new eatery Alo came in second in the country's top 10 new restaurants as named by enRoute magazine.
Collectors would have seen miles they havenï¿½t claimed within five years expire on Dec. 31.
The stunt happened on northbound Highway 2 near Bowden, Alta. at around 11:20 a.m. on April 10. The video, posted by Anton Vladimirovich, shows a car travelling in the right-hand lane which swerves into the centre of the lane and passes between two vehicl
A HUNGARIAN mayor has banned Muslims and Liberals from his village to “defend” it from the arrival of migrants from the European Union.
The founder of the Canadian chapter of the feminist protest group FEMEN says she intends to vigorously defend herself against charges of prostitution filed against her by the New York City District Attorney’s office. NYPD Det. Ahmed Nasser said Kseniya Ch
Patton Warwick and Barry Hollerin are two sportsman that practice a new style of big game hunting that’s growing popularity called ‘hunt and release.’ The premise of the new sport is simple - instead of using bullets, hunters use tranquillizer darts to pu
China’s rapid economic rise has turned peasants into billionaires. Many wealthy Chinese are increasingly eager to stow their families — and their riches — in the West, where rule of law, clean air and good schools offer peace of mind, especially for those
First Nations take British Columbia government to the Supreme Court in "Grizzly Bear Spirit" case
As unmanned aerial drones have become a critical part of modern warfare, the Pentagon is now looking to deploy autonomous robots underwater, patrolling the sea floor on what one top US navy official called an “Eisenhower highway network”, complete with re
A doctor who fled war-torn Iraq a decade ago has been charged with voyeurism after staff at a Nova Scotia medical clinic were surreptitiously filmed while using the washroom.
In September, doctors told 1-year-old Marwaï¿½s parents that their little girl was facing impending death and put her in an induced coma.
Health-care professionals say change to small-business deduction forces them to pay tens of thousands more a year
Committee finds Justice Robin Campï¿½s conduct in rape case ï¿½manifestly and profoundly destructiveï¿½