Partial eclipse to take a bite out of sun

Canadians across the country will be donning special glasses and looking to the sky to take in a partial solar eclipse today. Unlike the U.S.,...

No Cdns reports among Barcelona victims

OTTAWA - Global Affairs Canada says there are no reports of Canadians among those killed and injured in a terror attack in Barcelona. Someone drove...

Legal weed not a green light for Olympians

CALGARY - Canada's elite athletes are smoking, eating and investing in marijuana. Is a toke before stepping to the start line far off? The Canadian...

Rally in Toronto to protest Charlottesville violence

TORONTO - Demonstrators gathered in downtown Toronto Monday to denounce the weekend violence in Virginia that killed one woman and injured 19 people. The group...

Cities ask feds to rethink homeless strategy

OTTAWA - Cities struggling to house their homeless are asking the federal Liberals to rethink the government's cornerstone homelessness program amid concerns about burdensome...

3 Toronto cops not guilty of sex assault

TORONTO - Three Toronto police officers have been found not guilty of sexually assaulting a female colleague with whom they had been partying and...

Historic ship’s ‘rodent control officer’ dies

HALIFAX - The best-loved cat on Halifax's waterfront has died. Erik the Red, the retired "rodent control officer" at the CSS Acadia national historic site,...

The day 546 soldiers were plucked from wreck

HALIFAX - The SS Letitia was cutting through thick fog, its crew preparing to unload hundreds of wounded Canadian soldiers in Halifax's busy harbour,...
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Quebecer two-time lottery millionaire

QUEBEC - Jules Parent is one lucky man. For the second time in nine years, the 69-year-old Quebecer has won $1 million playing the lottery. Parent...

Feds look to crack down on benefits fraud

OTTAWA - Federal officials are working to eliminate any fraud or mistakes from the government's largest seniors benefits program through a massive review of...