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CBC › 1 hour ago
A cheer erupted in the Regina airport arrivals area as Syrian refugee Abdulnaser Alkhatib, 32, rushed into the arms of his frail mother, Fatema Abosalooa, who hadn't seen her youngest son in nearly four years. A Regina family grieving the death of...
Fox News › 1 hour ago
The population of a tiny Canadian island off the coast of Maine is demanding their government start a year-round ferry service or build a new bridge to the mainland to keep American customs officials from opening what they say is nearly every piece of...
CBC › Lifestyle › 2 hours ago
Nova Scotia resident Nicole Nickerson is 36 and has already had two heart attacks. She wants other women to be their own advocates in emergency rooms.
Man Uses His SUV to Block Speeding Suspect in Police Chase From Hitting Pedestrians: 'I Figured He Had a Honda'
Newsweek › 3 hours ago
Erick Marciano has been praised by police for his quicking thinking in stopping a speeding car in Montreal.
Sputnik International › 4 hours ago
Canadian psychology guru Jordan Peterson has been widely criticised by representatives of the left-wing media for being an opponent of extreme political correctness, with several theatres recently refusing to screen a new documentary about his personal...
CBC › Lifestyle › 5 hours ago
A Quebec MNA recently tabled a private member's bill on presumed consent. If Bill 399 passes, Quebecers will automatically be considered an organ or tissue donor — unless they register to opt out.
Fox News › 12 hours ago
The co-founder of the global circus company Cirque du Soleil has been detained in French Polynesia on drug trafficking charges for allegedly growing marijuana on his private island.
CBC › Lifestyle › 14 hours ago
According to travel and expense disclosures, Premier Jason Kenney's principal adviser spent thousands of taxpayer dollars on his trips to London, U.K., where he stayed in upscale hotels like the Chilworth London Paddington.
CBC › Incident › 15 hours ago
Travis Patron, who founded the Canadian Nationalist Party and ran under its banner during the federal election in October, was arrested and charged with assault on Saturday.
CBC › Sports › 16 hours ago
When officers found Matthew Brown curled up on a stranger's bathroom floor, he was naked, confused and spoke in a "strained whisper."
CBC › Finance › 17 hours ago
Known for wearing tuques, T-shirts and Doc Martens in the legislature, Catherine Dorion is at the centre of a heated debate around what elected officials should wear to work.
CBC › Finance › 18 hours ago
The Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors is calling on Ottawa to shed regulatory changes as the industry's struggles continue.
New York Post › 20 hours ago
A 2-year-old girl was killed by an air conditioning unit that fell from an 8th-floor window in Toronto, according to police. Toddler Crystal Mirogho was with her mother and two siblings going into their high-rise building on Monday when the AC smashed...
'I didn't want him to hurt anybody,' says Montrealer who used SUV to protect pedestrians from speeding car
CBC › Finance › 22 hours ago
Erick Marciano, who protected about a dozen pedestrians by steering his SUV between them and a speeding car, says he didn't think about his own safety before the other vehicle crashed into his.
CBC › Lifestyle › 1 day ago
As University of Toronto students demand improved mental health services, a student says she was handcuffed by campus police while seeking help for suicidal thoughts at the Health and Counselling Centre, an incident that happened three days after a...
CBC › Incident › 1 day ago
Quebec billionaire and Cirque du Soleil co-founder Guy Laliberté has been detained for growing cannabis on his private island in French Polynesia. Laliberté is expected to appear Wednesday before a judge who will determine whether the drugs were...
CBC › 1 day ago
Fisheries and Oceans Canada was forced this fall to cancel a core oceanographic survey to monitor climate change because it could not find a ship capable of handling ocean conditions in the North Atlantic.
CBC › Sports › 1 day ago
The illegal immigrant family photos lining the wall of a remote Border Patrol station next to Canada
Washington Examiner › Lifestyle › 1 day ago
CHAMPLAIN, New York — Pictures of immigrant families stretch across the back wall of a United States Border Patrol station located on the U.S.-Canada border. It’s here in the northeastern tip of New York that more family arrivals showed up in...
Tucker Carlson Interviews Don Cherry One Day After He Was Fired Over Immigration Rant, Says His Critics Are 'Fascists'
Newsweek › 1 day ago
Don Cherry, a well-known Canadian hockey commentator, was fired by Rogers Sportsnet after an anti-immigration rant broadcast during a Veterans Day game. On Tucker Carlson's Fox News show the day after the firing, Carlson called his critics 'fascists.'