The Bloc Québécois plans to rebuild, and except for sovereignty, everything — even its name — will be on the table. The party today announced…View More Bloc Québécois to rebuild and may even look for a new name
Voters head to the polls on Tuesday in an election seen as a referendum on Donald Trump’s first two years in office. Click here for…View More US midterms 2018: All previous updates
For 30 years, James (Whitey) Bulger was a notorious South Boston mobster and an F.B.I. informer. And then for 16 years, he lived on the…View More Whitey Bulger’s Crew, From ‘the Rifleman’ to ‘the Executioner’: Where Are They Now?
On a snowy November day at Woodlawn Cemetery, students place poppies on the headstones of Canada’s fallen. They’re the first in Saskatoon to participate in…View More Saskatoon students lay Remembrance Day poppies for No Stone Left Alone
Research by New America Foundation and American Muslim Institution finds high levels of distrust towards Muslims in US. Washington, DC – A large proportion of…View More Two in five Americans say Islam 'is incompatible with US values'
Officials believe careless smoking is to blame for an apartment fire downtown. It broke out around 7:30 p.m. Sunday on the eighth floor of The…View More Fire in downtown Hamilton believed to be caused by careless smoking
A conservation group is suing the British Columbia government for exempting two oilpatch dams from environmental rules years after the dams were built. “It seems…View More B.C. faces lawsuit after fracking dams exempted from environmental review
Brantford police say a fisherman has gone missing after falling into the Grand River. Police say witnesses called 911 after the fisherman fell into the…View More Fisherman reported missing near Grand River in Brantford
Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) in Barrie walked off the job late Sunday night as part of the ongoing rotating strikes.…View More Canada Post workers in Barrie walk off job, join rotating strikes
A group of Northumberland Strait fishermen say they will block a survey boat hired by the Northern Pulp mill from entering the strait to do…View More N.S. fishermen to block Northern Pulp’s survey vessel from entering Northumberland Strait
Dozens of people attended a rally at City Hall Monday afternoon as a work stoppage by local postal workers puts a halt to mail service…View More Postal workers rally outside City Hall as rotating strikes halt mail service in London
The snow and freezing temperatures are here and that means drivers have to switch gears and adjust for winter conditions. There’s a lot that goes…View More Myth-busting winter driving wives’ tales
Storm clouds are brewing up over the White House as severe storms test the commitment of US voters. Parts of the Pacific Northwest in the…View More Northeastern US braces for rough weather during midterms
Should teens have the right to vote in a municipal election? One Winnipeg School Division trustee thinks so. Mark Wasilyw, who represents the Divison’s Ward…View More Winnipeg school trustee wants to open voting to 16-year-olds, non-citizens