McKenna outlines pipeline protections ahead of B.C court ...
OTTAWA - Environment Minister Catherine McKenna is floating the idea of a joint Ottawa-B.C. panel of scientists to enhance existing research on oil spills as...
Alexandre Bissonnette furious about fundraiser for Quebec...
A fellow inmate of the Quebec City mosque shooter says Alexandre Bissonnette told him he couldn't believe a man he shot seven times didn't die.
Fraud can have ‘devastating’ impact on low-income familie...
The Victorian Order of Nurses held an information seminar Wednesday for staff and caregivers to raise awareness about scams throughout the area. The organiza...
Police probe Toronto van attack as details emerge, sports...
TORONTO - Details are still emerging about the victims of this week's deadly van attack in north Toronto, as authorities carry out a painstaking investigatio...
School bus strikes over for thousands of West-Island stud...
Drivers voted 91 per cent in favour of ratifying an agreement-in-principle between their employer and their union.
Fraud charge; cars collide
Fraud charge A Brighton man has been charged with fraud in relation to an incident earlier this year.On February 21, police were called to a cheque-cashing f...
Zarin Mehta brings his experience back to Montreal as CMI...
The former OSM managing director discusses the upcoming competition, the search for Kent Nagano's successor and the Charles Dutoit scandal.
Arrest 16 years in the making
Belleville police have charged a 52-year-old man with a crime from 2002.On April 26 of that year city police were called to a home on Grier Street that had b...
Students moving out pitching in to help keep Kingston clean
Officials say for the most part students leaving the city have been keeping the city streets clear.
Review: The Secret Garden best discovered by mature audie...
In his Calgary directing debut, Theatre Calgary’s new artistic director Stafford Arima has given us a vocally sumptuous production of the 1999 Broadway...
Former BlackBerry executive joins eSentire as chief admin...
Cybersecurity company eSentire has hired a former BlackBerry executive as its new chief administrative officer.
Royal wedding: Prince William will be Prince Harry’s best...
Prince Harry was his brother Prince William's best man at his 2011 wedding.
Peterborough man accused of grabbing, robbing driver stop...
A Peterborough man is accused of grabbing and robbing a driver stopped at a downtown intersection on Tuesday night.
Video from Bono's anti-poverty group lampoons Trudeau for...
Justin Trudeau is being lampooned in a new video by the anti-poverty organization led by his friend and U2 frontman Bono for not having a concrete plan to ad...
Critics call for phone books to become pick-up only
The push is on in Halifax to nix home delivery of phone books, in an effort to cut down on an item that is increasingly heading straight for the recycling bin.
'It could have been worse': Investigators seek reasons be...
When Jamal Hammoud got up early Wednesday morning and spotted flashing lights on 36th Street from the window of his northeast home, he thought fire trucks mi...
Even rejected ideas from G7 gender advisory council will ...
OTTAWA - The gender equality advisory council that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau set up to help bring feminism to the G7 summit will be publishing its full l...
Palace: Prince William to be best man at Harry's wedding
Palace: Prince William to be best man at Harry's wedding
Quebec accuses Ottawa of encouraging challenges to homegr...
While the federal government proposes allowing individuals to grow up to four marijuana plants at home, Quebec wants an outright ban.
G7 gender council to publish all its ideas
Even rejected ideas from G7 gender advisory council will see light of day
TSB releases report today on plane crash that killed Jim ...
The Transportation Safety Board is to release a report today on the plane crash that killed former Alberta premier Jim Prentice and three other men. The Cess...
Husky Energy reports increased profit from year ago
Husky Energy Inc. reported a first-quarter profit of $248 million, up from $71 million a year ago, as it lowered its annual production guidance. The energy c...
Trump 'won't be involved' in special counsel's Russia probe
Trump 'won't be involved' in special counsel's Russia probe
Trump ‘won’t be involved’ in special counsel’s Russia probe
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump says he “won’t be involved” in the special counsel investigation into Russia election meddling, b...
Senate committee poised for vote on bill to protect Mueller
WASHINGTON – The Senate Judiciary Committee is poised to vote Thursday on a bill to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s job — legislation th...
Montreal software firm adds artificial intelligence to se...
Carolina Bessega immigrated from Venezuela and started a new career. Now she's one of the top executives at Stradigi AI
REM: Stretch of Deux-Montagnes line to shut for two years
Weekend service will halt starting Friday evening, all to make way for the construction of the new light-rail network
Ronny Jackson withdraws from consideration for VA chief
WASHINGTON – White House doctor Ronny Jackson withdrew from consideration as Veterans Affairs secretary on Thursday, saying “false allegations...
Families mourn victims of Toronto van attack that killed ...
TORONTO – The families shattered by a deadly rampage through the streets of Toronto include a seven-year-old boy now left without a mother and a son fo...
Families mourn victims of Toronto van attack
Memorial to victims of Toronto van attack continues to grow
Tears flow as victims of Waffle House shooting remembered
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Employees at a Waffle House where four people were killed in a weekend shooting rampage wore orange ribbons, hugged each other and w...
Lawyer: Trump ready for role in raids’ evidence review
NEW YORK, N.Y. – A lawyer for Donald Trump says the president is ready to offer his opinion on what evidence seized from his personal attorney’s ...
Your Saskatchewan – Saskatoon: April 2018
Global Saskatoon features a viewer submitted photo for Your Saskatchewan daily on Global News at 6 and Global News at 10.
IAAF rules to limit testosterone levels for female runners
MONACO, Monaco – New rules for female athletes with high natural testosterone levels which could force two-time Olympic 800-meter champion Caster Semen...
Brazil debates da Silva jailing impact on presidential race
RIO DE JANEIRO – With former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva behind bars, the people of Latin America’s largest nation are ponderin...
British-Iranian professor held by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – A British-Iranian university professor who actively campaigns against military action targeting his homeland has been det...
London airport offering daily direct flights to Montreal ...
Flights from Montreal to London will take off just before 2 p.m. and arrive around 3:30 p.m.
50 Shades of Neustadt? Germans' bondage prompts false alarm
50 Shades of Neustadt? Germans' bondage prompts false alarm
Man and woman in their 20s identified as victims of fatal...
RCMP say the truck rolled over and two of the occupants were ejected from the vehicle.
Council moves to correct perceived slant in Olympic overs...
City council voted Wednesday to add two more councillors to an Olympic oversight committee in response to criticisms the group appeared biased in favour of a...
Council votes in favour of hiking future property tax rates
City council has endorsed a four-year plan that could see annual property tax hikes slightly exceeding inflation, for a total increase of almost $250 by 2022...
Michelle McNamara died pursuing the Golden State Killer. ...
On Tuesday night, comedian Patton Oswalt was in Chicago at an event to promote “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark,” a chilling true crime book about the Golden State ...
N.L. politician asked to step aside as review looks into ...
A cabinet minister in Newfoundland and Labrador has been asked to step aside while an independent review looks into allegations of harassment against him, Pr...
Halifax cartoonists capture public mood following Toronto...
Halifax cartoonist Michael de Adder says he was simply trying to find a small bit of positivity with an image that has garnered national attention for its de...
B.C. government to unveil details on pipeline reference case
VICTORIA - Details are expected to be released today about British Columbia's court case that questions if the province has the power to regulate the flow of...
N.S. cartoonists capture mood after tragedies
Halifax cartoonists capture public mood following Toronto, Humboldt tragedies
London city hall may soon consider taxing and licensing f...
City staff are recommending London hold a public participation meeting to discuss potential bylaws to license and tax AirBnB hosts in the city.
Details on B.C. pipeline court case to be unveiled
B.C. government to unveil details on pipeline reference case
Video from Bono's anti-poverty group needles Trudeau for ...
OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau is being lampooned in a new video by the anti-poverty organization led by his friend and U2 frontman Bono for not having a concrete p...
LTC to conduct third-party review of harassment policies
The LTC plans to partner with the city of London on the review, which initiated an independent review of its procedures by a Toronto-based law firm earlier t...
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