'The world did nothing': Exhausted refugees flee Azerbaijan's takeover of Nagorno-Karabakh

For three straight days now, people have streamed out of the besieged enclave, fleeing from Azerbaijan’s newly imposed control. The border village of Kornidzor, the last Armenian settlement along the road, is a jumble of humanitarian aid...

Nygard's private office bedroom suite not a 'hidden secret,' defence says

Court sketch of Peter Nygard during opening statement by the Crown at his criminal trial in Toronto.
The private bedroom suite in Peter Nygard's downtown Toronto office, where he is accused of sexually assaulting five women, was not a "hidden secret," his defence lawyer said Wednesday morning.

Alberta premier, health officials to provide update on E. coli outbreak in Calgary

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith, along with AHS health officials, are set to provide an update on the investigation into the E. coli outbreak in Calgary on Wednesday. Watch it here live at 9 a.m. MT.

Space station crew back on Earth after unplanned year-long stay

An astronaut waves as he is helped out of a space capsule after returning to Earth from the International Space Station.
A NASA astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts returned to Earth on Wednesday after being stuck in space for just over a year. American Frank Rubio set a record for the longest U.S. spaceflight — a result of the extended stay.

Entertainment Tonight Canada to end after 18 seasons

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Canadian media company Corus Entertainment has announced it is ending its flagship entertainment program Entertainment Tonight (ET) Canada after 18 seasons.

Historic wildfire season raises questions about tree planting methods

A hiker looks up towards poplar trees in a grove along a trail at the Rouge Urban National Park in Toronto. The park is considered one of the best examples of ecological restoration in the country.
Canada has lost more trees to wildfires this year than in any other year on record. It’s led some tree planters to question if their methods of the past have contributed to the fires of today.

North Korea says it will expel American soldier who crossed border

A person in a military uniform is displayed on a public television screen.
North Korea said Wednesday that it will expel a U.S. soldier who crossed into the country through the heavily armed border between the Koreas in July.

Target closing 9 stores in U.S. due to growing theft problem

A woman shops in a Target store in Chicago.
Target said Tuesday that it will close nine stores in four states, including one in New York City's East Harlem neighbourhood and three in the San Francisco Bay Area, saying that theft and organized retail crime have threatened the safet...

Migrants are driving a population surge — and Alberta is the fastest growing province: StatsCan

A young new Canadian holds a flag as she takes part in a citizenship ceremony on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
The surge in international migration is driving Canada’s population growth rate to heights not seen in almost 70 years, and Alberta is now growing faster than any province has since records began, Statistics Canada reports.

Trail Blazers trade star guard Damian Lillard to Bucks in blockbuster 3-team deal: reports

A basketball player dribbles the ball as an opponent defends.
Damian Lillard is being traded by Portland to play alongside Giannis Antetokounmpo in Milwaukee, a person with knowledge of the agreement said Wednesday, a deal that ends his 11-year run with the Trail Blazers and a three-month saga surr...

Success of women's soccer in Canada depends on next gen as much as reigning Olympic champs

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There is continuous discussion about the growth of women's soccer in Canada and what that might look like. But what it will always need is the continued involvement of the young girls who are just starting to play the game.

Hamilton's Alena Sharp leads Canada's golf team for Santiago Pan American Games

A female golfer wearing sunglasses with a tree to her left follows through on a shot with her club over her left shoulder.
Hamilton's Alena Sharp headlines Golf Canada's team for the upcoming Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile.

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