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8 hrs ago | CNews
The crane operator plucked from the end of a 43-metre-high construction crane by a military helicopter crew during Tuesday's massive fire is calling it quits.
11 hrs ago | Daily News
Canada's spy agency used to be so secret that Canadians didn't even know that it existed until a TV newsmagazine uncovered it in the 1970s.
A man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the savage beating of a 12-year-old autistic boy at the London, Ont., facility where he worked.
The granting of new coal mining rights has been frozen in for a year in the Klappan, an area of northwest B.C. considered sacred by the Tahltan First Nation.
Inviting developers to the table to decide where the City of London should add land for new housing and industry is raising red flags for planning experts, who say the optics are poor and the end result could be 'astronomical' costs for the city.
The Toronto stock market closed with a small gain with buyers hoping that a meeting of the Federal Reserve next week will provide clarity on whether the central bank is set to start reducing its monetary stimulus.
And, the declining number of people still using the mail will see substantial increases in domestic stamp prices - to 85 cents from 63 cents if bought in a booklet, and to $1 individually - starting March 31. It's part of a plan by Canada Post to cut its operating costs by up to $900 million a year based on the reality that fewer people use the ... (more)
Chrysler Canada employees hold up a minivan cut-out on Dec. 13, 2013 displaying the amount raised for the United Way of Windsor-Essex County.
A new online project hopes to expand Canadians' knowledge of homegrown artists beyond familiar names like Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven.
But that's what he was driving - much too fast - early Wednesday when he smashed into a tree.
Young soloists, world-class choirs, a free concert by an award-winning brass ensemble and tributes to Nelson Mandela are all part of this weekend's music mix around London.
There was a voice mail waiting for me when I got into work Thursday morning. It was from Jack MacKenzie, an "old guy," the message explained, who, when he wasn't quite so old, wasn't 92 - like he is now - but a mere 78, had strapped on a pair of trekking skis and journeyed to the North Pole.
Officials from YM-YWCA Winnipeg came to city hall this morning to defend their proposal for funding for three super recreational facilities.