GO Transit celebrates 50 years of service in GTA, surroun...
It was originally slated to be a three-year experiment, but early ridership success cemented GO Transit’s future as an inter-regional commuter service and th...
Capital Facts: The man who inspired the Redblacks' mascot
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, the Citizen is rolling out one fact each day for 150 days until July 1, highlighting the odd, the fascinating and ...
Montreal this morning: Back to work, back to sunshine
A quick look at the day ahead.
Crown has one month left to make case against Contrecoeur...
When the Contrecoeur fraud trial, which has occupied room 3.05 of the Montreal courthouse for the past 15 months, resumes on Tuesday, it will have just one m...
Terry Mosher: The shock of the October Crisis in 1970
“Nous avons maintenant des listes de suspectes.” Jean Marchand’s comforting words to the contrary, it was apparent to Montrealers that the government had ver...
Capital Voices: 'Welcome to the world of magic'
In anticipation of Canada’s sesquicentennial celebrations, the Citizen’s Bruce Deachman has been out in search of Ottawans — 150 of them — to learn the...
From the archives: Reigning on a parade: royals, rockers,...
 This story was first published on May 23, 1992, in the Montreal Gazette. MONTREALERS have always loved a parade. Once, it was royalty that could turn o...
Lachine and Dorval mayors dress for the occasion
The Lachine Hospital Foundation fine-dining fundraiser raised $100,000 for equipment and featured the Lachine and Dorval mayors in period costumes to honour ...
Cambridge's crumbling Queen's Square fountain to be repai...
Galt’s Queen’s Square fountain is about to undergo $250,000 in reconstruction to upgrade its crumbling benches, garden boxes, and ledges, as well as to bring...
Debate heating up over allowing paralegals in family court
Debate pits those concerned about access to legal representation against lawyers who argue quality of this would suffer should paralegals supply it.
LA art dealer sentenced in theft from high profile clients
LOS ANGELES—A former California art dealer has been sentenced to jail for stealing more than $1 million from owners of paintings, including former Disney exe...
Trump administration proposing $4.1 trillion budget to Co...
President Donald Trump is sending Congress a $4.1 trillion spending plan that relies on faster economic growth and steep cuts in a range of support programs ...
Do couples in tiny homes drive each other nuts?
Most couples I know wouldn’t consider sharing a studio apartment.
Trump condemns ‘evil losers’ who carried out Manchester c...
President Donald Trump condemned the “evil losers” responsible for the deadly attack on concert-goers in England Tuesday and called on leaders in the Middle ...
New roller coaster replaces the one Sandy plunged into sea
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J.—Nearly five years after Superstorm Sandy plunged a roller coaster into the sea in what became one of the storm’s most enduring im...
PM Trudeau: Many innocent victims of U.K. concert attack ...
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians “are shocked by the news of the horrific attack in Manchester” and that federal officials are “still in t...
Toronto shooting claims two lives
Two people dead after shooting in east end Toronto
Man shot dead, woman found dead, near Gerrard and Logan
Toronto police are investigating after a man was fatally shot and a woman was found dead in the city’s east end. Emergency crews were called to Gerrard...
Why the Onion ‘leaked’ 700 fake documents from the Trump ...
The fast pace of events under President Donald Trump has some good news and some bad news for the Onion and the rest of the Internet’s satirists. The good ne...
Manchester explosion: Trump blames ‘evil losers’ for suic...
President Donald Trump condemned the "evil losers" responsible for the deadly attack on concert-goers in England Tuesday and called on leaders in the Middle ...
EU envoy defends grants after Philippines’ aid rejection
MANILA, Philippines—The European Union’s ambassador to the Philippines says grant money from his grouping is meant to promote development, not system c...
S. Korea fires shots at N. Korea after object crosses border
By The Canadian Press SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — South Korea fired warning shots Tuesday at an unidentified object flying south from rival North Korea, its ...
Your letters for Tuesday, May 23
Forget dandelions, you’ve got bigger problems Re: “Good neighbours mow their lawns,” Letter, May 13. I was so pleased Keith Christophe...
Breakenridge: Since when is transit funding a bad thing?
Of all the unfair and onerous schemes Ottawa has imposed on Alberta, the decision to fund the Green Line LRT may have to go down as one of the most sinister ...
Indy 500 winners Dixon, Franchitti robbed at a Taco Bell
Police say Indianapolis 500 pole-winner Scott Dixon and fellow former race winner Dario Franchitti were robbed at gunpoint while in a Taco Bell drive-thru lane.
Eight Canada Revenue Agency workers fired for privacy bre...
The Canada Revenue Agency says eight of its employees were fired in the last fiscal year after violating taxpayers’ privacy.
SKorea fires shots at NKorea after object crosses border
SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea’s military says it has fired warning shots at an unidentified object flying south from rival North Korea. The mi...
Much-anticipated Ariana Grande concert ends in blood, horror
By The Canadian Press MANCHESTER, England — A night highly anticipated by Ariana Grande fans ended in blood and terror after police said a suicide bomber det...
The Latest: Social media joins in Manchester's victim hunt
By The Canadian Press MANCHESTER, England — The Latest on the blast at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England (all times local): 9:00 a.m. Social media...
PM Trudeau: Many innocent victims of U.K. concert attack ...
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canadians "are shocked by the news of the horrific attack in Manchester" and that federal officials are "still in...
Fundraising for Nunavut greenhouse draws cash, encouragem...
A teacher in Nunavut who turned to crowdfunding for a modest greenhouse to grow vegetables with his students is revising his plans after Canadians responded ...
Canadians 'shocked' by U.K. attack: Trudeau
Canadian officials express concern, solidarity after deadly explosion in U.K.
Thai police running hospital bomb probe as security reviewed
By The Canadian Press BANGKOK — Thailand's ruling junta said Tuesday that police will handle the investigation into a bombing at a military-run hospital that...
‘Dangal’ becomes China’s biggest non-Hollywood foreign film
BEIJING, China – The Aamir Khan film “Dangal,” about an Indian man training his daughters to become wrestlers, has become China’s big...
Seven stories in the news today, May 23
Seven stories in the news for Tuesday, May 23 ——— APPARENT SUICIDE BOMBER AT U.K. CONCERT KILLS 22 An apparent suicide bomber attacked an Ariana Grande conce...
Summer temperatures will be like 'whiplash', says meteoro...
TORONTO - Temperatures this summer are expected to feel like "whiplash," and may swing between hot and cool over the course of the season, a top meteorologis...
Summer weather could be a 'teeter-totter'
Summer temperatures will be like 'whiplash', says meteorologist
Mortgage worries flagged in Manulife Bank poll
Most homeowners would have mortgage trouble if payments rose by more than 10%: poll
Most homeowners would have mortgage trouble if payments r...
TORONTO – Nearly three quarters of Canadian homeowners say they would have difficulty paying their mortgage if their payments were to increase by more ...
Apparent suicide bomber at Ariana Grande concert kills 22
MANCHESTER, England – An apparent suicide bomber attacked an Ariana Grande concert as it ended Monday night, killing 22 people among a panicked crowd o...
Fundraising site for Nunavut greenhouse draws dollars, en...
QIKIQTARJUAQ, Nunavut - A teacher in Nunavut who turned to crowdfunding for a modest greenhouse to grow vegetables with his students is revising his plans af...
Second plaintiff added to court challenge of restrictive ...
OTTAWA - A constitutional challenge to the Trudeau government's restrictive law on assisted dying has been bolstered with the addition of a second plaintiff:...
Toronto police invited to march in uniform in New York Ci...
Toronto police have received an invitation to participate in uniform at the New York City Pride March next month. The invitation, in a letter sent last Frida...
Toronto cops invited to NY pride parade
Toronto police invited to march in uniform in New York City pride parade
Challenge to assisted dying law expands
Second plaintiff added to court challenge of restrictive assisted dying law
PH ranks second in worst displacement in 2016
Geneva-based Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) lists the Philippines as the second country with the worst displacement following China. The IDMC...
Some recent major attacks in Europe
The deadly bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester is the latest attack in Europe in recent years. Here are some of recent major ones: —April 7, 20...
Trump administration sending Congress $4.1 trillion budget
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump is sending Congress a $4.1 trillion spending plan that relies on faster economic growth and steep cuts in a range o...
Computer beats Chinese champion in ancient board game of go
WUZHEN, China – A computer defeated China’s top player of the ancient board game go on Tuesday in the latest test of whether artificial intellige...
The Latest: Merkel pledges to support UK
By The Canadian Press MANCHESTER, England — The Latest on the blast at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England (all times local): 8:35 a.m. German Chanc...
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