Swedish detectives are investigating allegations that a woman was gang-raped in an attack that was broadcast on Facebook Live.
A man who was hiking across America barefoot on the side of highways to 'save the earth' was struck by a Buick SUV and died Saturday.
When RCMP in Castlegar, B.C., busted a major marijuana grow-op outside of town recently, they weren't expecting fumes from the proceeds to later waft across town.
OPEC and key non-OPEC oil producers seeking to push up the price of crude by cutting production say participants appear to be exceeding pledges to reduce output.
The president of the German Olympic Committee has called for Russia to be banned from the 2018 and 2020 Olympics if sports bosses there are found to have known about state-sponsored doping.
A group of first responders and families will appear in the House of Commons next month to call for a national strategy to help Canadian paramedics, firefighters, police officers and veterans who are in crisis.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday to congratulate him on his inauguration, and the president’s press secretary confirmed that the two leaders plan to set up meetings in 'the days to come.'
Canada’s natural resources minister says that he hopes the new U.S. administration will allow the Keystone XL pipeline quashed by Barack Obama to proceed, noting that all Canadian regulatory approvals are in place.
Most of the 230 rioters arrested in Washington D.C. following Donald Trump's inauguration will be charged with felony rioting, which carries a punishment of up to 10 years in jail and $25k fine.
CALGARY - On Retro Night at the Saddledome Saturday, the Edmonton Oilers treated Calgary Flames goalie Chad Johnson like he was the beleaguered Reggie Lemelin back in 80s when the playful media in the Rexall Place press box used to wage on what OilerS sho
Boketsu Boekwa was convinced that her dead son, shot by Peel police, was destined by God to be the “king of kings” and depose Queen Elizabeth. And she was equally convinced that her neighbours were witch members of the Illuminati bent on world domination.
The removal of the page from the White House’s website came around the same time the site and other Executive Branch digital platforms were overhauled to reflect the new administration.
Man shot with possible life-threatening injuries, protests outside Milo Yiannopoulos event at University of Washington
The former UKIP leader will contribute to Fox News' main channel and business network.
The Gore Effect. Below-freezing temperatures arrive with opening night for Al Gore's sequel to "An Inconvenient Truth."
Trump gets to work: Donald signed his first executive orders in the Oval Office on Friday evening. He declared General James Mattis Secretary of Defense and signed another targeted at Affordable Care Act. The orders came within minutes of Trump's official
Given that it was the first day with America’s new President, it’s fitting to describe the results of Friday’s game in his words: The Edmonton Oilers were real losers. And that was huuuge disappointment for a team that was playing at home against a tired
One former Dragons' Den star is defending a second after an unflattering critique from a third.
Henrik Sedin has the 1,000th point of his NHL career. The captain of the Vancouver Canucks reached the milestone on Friday night with a goal in the second period against the Florida Panthers.
The mysterious "ping" sound reported last fall is being investigated again by the military, which in November sent a surveillance plane to the area.
Miguel Ferrer, who brought stern authority to his featured role on CBS' hit "NCIS: Los Angeles" and, before that, to NBC crime drama "Crossing Jordan," has died.
Conservation officers have captured and destroyed a mother cougar in Penticton, one day after they euthanized three juvenile cougars that were hunting in the city near an elementary school.
The snow is gone — but the traffic problems aren't. The people who maintain Metro Vancouver's roads say there are about 50 per cent more potholes this year than last.
The Nuchatlaht First Nation has hired the same legal team that was successful in the 2014 landmark Aboriginal Title Supreme Court of Canada victory for the Tsilhqot’in Nation in Central B.C.
Premier Brian Pallister is coming under fire for saying divisions between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people over night hunting are "becoming a race war."
After consultation with the public, the federal government says it plans to go ahead with the demolition of Winnipeg's Kapyong Barracks.
Less than an hour after the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump, the new administration posted a document on the White House website outlining its energy policy, which aims to focus on gas and oil, and reviving the coal industry.
Last week, the American Museum of Natural History in New York and famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson held a press event to announce the museum’s new Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation.
Or, how I got a cop to admit that he perjured himself in Alabama traffic court.
Peter Schweizer: Clinton Global Initiative Folded Because They Can No Longer ‘Sell Access to Political Power’
Former prime minister Stephen Harper says he is taking a "glass half full" approach to the ascendancy of Donald Trump to the White House.
Internal reports detailing critical IT failures at the RCMP suggest that in spite of promises to improve tech support for the national police force, gaffes and poor service at Shared Services Canada continue to jeopardize police work as well as officer an
Fire at Plasco building, an iconic structure in central Tehran just north of the capital’s sprawling bazaar, injures 75
Rescuers fear that guests who survived the avalanche might have succumbed to the frigid temperatures
China's energy regulator has ordered 11 provinces to stop more than 100 coal-fired power projects, with a combined installed capacity of more than 100 gigawatts, its latest dramatic step to curb the use of fossil fuels in the world's top energy market.
Tory will lead about two dozen entertainment industry and university representatives to L.A. next week.
Mark Livingstone inappropriately entered the NDPï¿½s research office on Nov. 3, 2016
The Canada Revenue Agency is scrutinizing the Facebook pages and other social media posts of people it believes are at "high risk" of cheating on their taxes. It's also rapidly expanding its use of cutting-edge big data techniques for everything from impr
One thing about Connor McDavid: he's all about timing. On the night when McDavid reached 100 points in the first period, he then gave the Edmonton Oilers a 4-3 OT victory when he'd been on the ice for a full minute and was dead-tired but still got free on
An Alaska volcano active since mid-December has erupted again. Bogoslof Volcano in the Aleutian lslands erupted at 1:20 p.m. Wednesday and sent up an ash cloud estimated at 31,000 feet.
Winnipeg server Jennifer Peitsch says that when you're working in restaurants, there's a great tip and then there's a life-changing tip.
Pew Research Center shows electoral power of Fox, followed by CNN and Facebook.
A Vancouver business is suing its strata for refusing to allow the opening of a Moby Dick fish and chips franchise in part because, according to a lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court, the name contains an 'offensive term.'
This is the love story of Ted and Abbey — a shelter dog that escaped and trekked across the city to find the kennel worker who had fed him some cheese-flavoured bacon strips.
The dawn of the new year has unsurprisingly witnessed global media turn toward the incoming U.S. administration with an intensity bordering on the obsessive. Meanwhile, events of arguably equal or greater importance are sacrificed in favor of the story of
A new Fraser Institute study by
economists Ross McKitrick and Elmira
Aliakbari directly challenges the
major financial justification
Ontario’s Liberal government gives for
closing down its five coal-powered
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau refused Tuesday to respond in English to several questions put to him in English in Sherbrooke, Que., telling the town hall meeting that because he was in Quebec he would speak French.
Watch out, guys!
An Austrian femme fatale known as the “Ice Cream Killer” will have plenty of new men to choose from at her new lockdown.
Yukon Supreme Court Justice Ron Veale has delivered a strongly-worded 'wake up call' to Canadian taxpayers, who are now on the hook for another expensive mine cleanup in Yukon - the abandoned Mount Nansen site.
A power blackout in Ukraine's capital Kiev last month was caused by a cyber attack and investigators are trying to trace other potentially infected computers and establish the source of the breach, utility Ukrenergo told Reuters on Wednesday.
Ernie and Kay Sievewright planned to die together but Mr. Sievewright was required to err on the side of legal caution and wait four days after his wife’s passing to join her
The RCMP are investigating a claim that Canada's second-highest military commander leaked classified data involving the navy's requirements for new frigates to the shipbuilding industry, according to several defence sources. Vice-Admiral Mark Norman was r
Environment Minister Shannon Phillips says energy efficiency programs to help Albertans save money are now in the final stages and will be launched as early as March.
Canadian oil industry leaders are trying to get a better idea what the impact of a new import tax in the United States would be on Canada's energy sector if the Trump administration embraces it.
A CIBC research report predicts that new technologies will greatly reduce the cost and environmental impact of building new oilsands projects over the next five years.
Calgary Police Association president Les Kaminski has been criminally charged with perjury and assault with a weapon, while Const. Brant Derrick has been charged with assault causing bodily harm.
Bracing for uncertainty under the new U.S. administration, British Columbia's lumber producers are working out ways to Trump-proof the industry.
Commerce secretary pick Wilbur Ross lists rules of origin, independent dispute tribunals as priorities
It's finally official: Kevin O'Leary will run to become leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. After months of flirting with the idea, he picked the morning after the French leadership debate and used a video on his Facebook page to declare his candi
The man, who has not yet been identified, said the act was in protest of the President-elect's looming inauguration. Witnesses said he yelled 'Trump' as flames 'ran up his back' shortly before 9.30pm.
With Trans-Pacific Partnership on its deathbed, preliminary talks with China carry symbolic weight
Retired lieutenant-general Andrew Leslie will be named to the cabinet committee on Canada-U.S. relations
Through successive years of slow economic growth, the debt-to-disposable-income ratio has been stuck at or near record levels
The Canadian Border Services Agency is announcing yet another drug discovery at Vancouver's International Mail...
One person was taken into custody in connection with fires at several buildings in Milltown and Bay d'Espoir on Newfoundland's south coast this morning.
He spent his life challenging young people to eclipse his NASA legacy and put fresh footprints on the moon. He died without knowing when -- or if -- that will happen.
Canada's middle class has the feeling it's being left behind. But Oxfam's measure of inequality, but those figures don't tell the whole story about the Canadian situation, critics say.
There are games a team hopes to win, games it needs to win, games it should win and games it better win or else the roof will fall in. Monday night at Rogers Place featured all four, as the lowly Arizona Coyotes moved into the Edmonton Oilers' crosshairs.
The FBI on Monday arrested the wife of the gunman in the Pulse Nightclub massacre on charges connected to the shooting rampage, law enforcement sources confirmed to Fox News.
They aren’t there to engage in the healthy back-and-forth between government and the press. They’re there to provoke the kind of hysterics that usually end up discrediting the media.
The deputy commander of the Canadian military has been ordered replaced on a temporary basis. Vice-Admiral Mark Norman was relieved of his post Monday morning, but officials at National Defence are refusing to explain.
The "secret order" that authorized Canada's first warrantless domestic wiretapping program at the dawn of the Cold War threatened five years in prison to anyone who revealed the dragnet's existence, the newly released document shows.
How do we consistently and fairly define perceptions of bias or hate as a catalyst for criminal violence?
The two richest Canadians have the same amount of wealth as the poorest 30 per cent of the country combined, according to a new report from a group of international aid organizations.
Donald Trump struck a chord when he seized on Americans' distaste for political journalists during last year's U.S. presidential election campaign, says the author of Insane Clown President: Dispatches from the 2016 Circus.
President-elect Donald Trump's team could move the White House press briefing room from the West Wing to another location that accommodates more media from around the country, incoming White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said on Sunday. Meanwhile th
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) has evolved the use of drones to release explosive devices which they are dropping on civilians in districts of Mosul.
A school system employee in Maryland who had a lighthearted quarrel with a student on Twitter has been fired. Katie Nash who acted as the media services coordinator since November 2016.
The suicides of five members of the Innu community of Uashat-Maliotenam in 2015 were preventable, a Quebec coroner has found. The report by Bernard Lefrançois, released today, lays part of the blame for the deaths on Canada's reserves, which he called an
The potential for an old fashioned, rock-em-sock-em Battle of Alberta was in the air. And, for once, Saturday’s clash between the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers meant something to both squads — Calgary which occupied the first Wild Card spot in the We
The critique follows a Canadian study finding that it was easier to spot courtroom liars when they wore niqabs
Those unfamiliar with how intense the Battle of Alberta can be for its residents clearly never took part in a family dinner at Kris Versteeg’s home in Lethbridge. “I mean, it’s big,” said the Calgary Flames winger, when asked how much it would mean for Al
A RUSSIAN ambassador has been shot and killed in Yemen, according to unconfirmed reports in Saudi Arabian media.
Justin Trudeau was confronted by the tearful pleas of an Ontario woman upset about the cost of her hydro bill during a town hall forum in Peterborough, Ontario.
Christopher Steele, the one-time British spy who compiled a dossier on president-elect Donald Trump, is a well-regarded operative who wouldn't make up stories to satisfy his clients, according to diplomatic and intelligence experts who know him.
William Happer has argued that the "benefits that more [carbon dioxide] brings from increased agricultural yields and modest warming far outweigh any harm."
The sprawling probe was launched amid an outcry over video of a white officer shooting a black teenager.
Walmart Canada and four of its senior managers are facing 174 charges under the Public Health Act related to the sale of food contaminated during a wildfire that engulfed Fort McMurray, Alta., last May.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised Thursday to ensure transgender inmates can serve their sentences in prisons based on their gender identity, just as a new Correctional Service Canada policy bars the practice.
York South-Weston Liberal MP Ahmed Hussen has broken another barrier: he's been appointed as immigration minister.
Chicago police have violated the constitutional rights of residents for years, permitting racial bias against blacks, using excessive force and shooting people who did not pose immediate threats, the U.S. Justice Department said after a yearlong investiga
In less than two years, ISIS has gone from a terror start-up overseas to what FBI Director James Comey calls a chaotic spider web in the US with the usage of social media to lure recruits.
President Barack Obama surprised an emotional Vice President Joe Biden Thursday by presenting him the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, during a White House ceremony.
A brave schoolgirl managed to escape the clutches of a refugee sex attacker by pledging that she would meet him the following day of her own free will.
Over 200 maritime workers gathered in Vancouver, Victoria and Prince Rupert Thursday to protest what they view as "an attack on jobs" from the federal Liberal government.
The country's highest court is set to rule on whether Canadians have the right to sue energy regulators. The case stems from Alberta landowner Jessica Ernst, who says hydraulic fracking severely contaminated her well and water supply with toxic chemicals.
Fort McMurray #468 First Nation is distancing itself from Jane Fonda's tour of the oilsands and one of its members who supports the Hollywood actress's message.
Frayed relations between president-elect Donald Trump and the national security apparatus he’s about to inherit could spawn mutual distrust, resulting in low morale, less incentive to take risks for better intelligence and retirements at the top levels, f
The Edmonton Oilers were underachieving on home ice and losing in the third period to a bottom-feeding opponent. If they were were trying to make Taylor Hall felt right at home in his first visit to Rogers Place since being traded last summer, it worked.
A family friend was bitten by Sunny, the First Family's 4-year-old dog.
Billionaire hedge-fund manager George Soros lost nearly $1 billion as a result of the stock-market rally spurred by Donald Trump's surprise presidential election.
A 42-year-old Dutch woman recently had her Swiss citizenship application rejected by the people with the sole reason being her annoying lifestyle.
It’s in baby food, yogurt, pasta sauce, and other food stashed in your kitchen — added sugar is lurking in more than two-thirds of premade food on grocery store shelves, according to a new Canadian study.
I can't tell if this is news or just pure bullshit.
A man who went to jail after using natural remedies to treat his son's meningitis is going to Prince George, B.C., to promote nutritional supplements sold by his family's business, sparking controversy online.
Death and taxes may be the only certain things in life, but even the dead can't escape the new carbon tax in Alberta.
Salacious and unproven allegations that U.S. president-elect Donald Trump is vulnerable to blackmail by the Russian government will be his burden to disprove. Whether true or not, the claims may have already wrought damage.
Actress and activist Jane Fonda blasts Canada's prime minister at a panel discussion in Edmonton on Alberta's oilsands, accusing him of betraying his government's commitments made at the Paris climate talks.
A BULL mounted a female matador after knocking her to the ground during a fight in Spain.
Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Department of Homeland Security promised that he would work to “rapidly” deport undocumented immigrants.
John McCain had admitted passing the dirty dossier claiming Moscow had a secret file on Donald Trump to the FBI. He claimed that was his only involvement in the affair.
'People who are at law presumed innocent are being placed behind bars and having their liberties denied before they’re convicted of any sort of crime'
A glimpse of the rarely seen bunkers, air-raid sirens and government pamphlets from the hair-trigger madness of the Cold War
The president-elect will hold his first news conference today since winning the election.
There's an idea, widely accepted by many in the military, by veterans and by the civilian public that the Conservatives are the party of the CAF, and the Liberals are not. It's a myth.
Donald Trump is demanding an even larger naval fleet than what he had promoted on the campaign trail. The 355-ship proposal could require an additional $5bn to $5.5bn in spending.
Not everyone in Hollywood is a fan of Meryl Streep.
Democratic lawmakers plan to rehang a controversial painting on Capitol Hill that angered law enforcement groups with its depiction of police officers as pigs, after Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter personally took down the picture last week.
The roughly 100-foot-long space rock was about the same size of the meteorite that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia, in 2013.
Actor George Clooney is among the Hollywood stars who have defended Meryl Streep’s right to make a political statement at the Golden Globes Awards ceremony after she was criticized by president-elect Donald Trump.
Before Jeff Sessions even got a chance to speak, several protesters dressed like members of the Ku Klux Klan made their viewpoint known as they shouted 'Jefferson Bearegard' and called the senator a 'racist.'
Just a few hours after he told a crowded courtroom “I still feel like I had to do it,” a federal jury sentenced Dylann Roof to death for carrying out
Vaccine skeptic Robert Kennedy says he accepted Trump's offer to chair panel on vaccine safety
A rural community in southern Manitoba is reporting a spike in illegal immigrants seeking asylum from deportation in the United States.