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An Alberta man facing extradition to the U.S. is accused of robbing a jewelry store in Edmonton to finance terrorist activities of relatives and a friend who fought overseas with ISIS.
You probably haven't heard of him, but 15-year-old Johnny Orlando may be Canada's next big pop-music export.
As players for the Regina Pats and Swift Current Broncos prepare for the first Memorial Cup game between two Saskatchewan teams in almost three decades, the tragedy that rocked the province's hockey community last month remains in the memories of everyone involved.
A lawyer for Vice Media is telling the Supreme Court of Canada that journalists must not be turned into an investigative arm of the police.
The judge in the trial of corrupt cop Craig Ruthowsky made it abundantly clear Wednesday that the disgraced Hamilton police officer is in line for a heavy sentence.
A local Liberal candidate would prefer that Wynne not visit and Andrea Horwath returns to her Hamilton roots by picking up an arc welder. This is your Campaigner.
Two Toronto police officers who made headlines for allegedly consuming marijuana edibles while on duty and then calling for backup are now facing obstruction of justice and breach of trust charges.
Manitoba officials say a fire nearly twice the size of Winnipeg that is raging toward Little Grand Rapids and Pauingassi First Nation was human caused.
Just over a week remains until the May 31 deadline for abandoning Kinder Morgan Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, and no suitors have publicly emerged to step into the builder's shoes.
The Senate has bowed to the will of the Trudeau government on an omnibus transportation modernization bill.
Proponents of conserving a small, insect-eating amphibian say regulations that have now been permanently adopted by Canada can help stop the spread of a deadly infection.
Toronto police are warning the public to be careful after two 15-year-old boys were stabbed by a stranger while walking on a quiet street in Scarborough.
While the federal government's new Tobacco and Vaping Products Act forces tobacco companies to use plain packaging, it also opens up a world of advertising possibilities for vaping liquids and e-cigarettes.
As western premiers met in Yellowknife to discuss pharmacare, infrastructure, justice and community safety, the dispute over Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline still loomed large.
The same person who threatened a Halifax councillor for supporting the removal of the Cornwallis statue also threatened to burn down the Glooscap statue, according to documents obtained through a freedom-of-information request.
It's been 28 years since the Ontario NDP had a real shot at winning an election. That's so long ago that the SkyDome was still brand new, and only a select few carried cellphones, which were the size of bricks.
Divorced parents and family law experts are greeting bill C-78, which updates the Divorce Act for the first time in more than 20 years, with some measure of optimism.
One month after Toronto's van attack and several people remain in hospital, two memorials honouring the victims remain in place and Alek Minassian the accused killer is behind bars awaiting his next court date.