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Toronto police say Kevin Barreau, 20, is wanted after he allegedly forced a woman, 18, to work in the sex trade in Ontario and Quebec.
Shocking video released by an animal rights group Friday appears to show the manager and the son of the owner of Papanack Zoo, near Ottawa, admitting to beating a lion cub for training purposes. “This footage shot at the Papanack Zoo shows a number of very disturbing things, including baby animals ripped away from their...
The BC Wildfire Service dispatched one air-tanker and a three-member Initial Attack crew to the site.
Canada's industry minister says the provinces and territories are more keen than they've ever been to ensure Canada is as open for business interprovincially as it is to the United States and Europe.
It was just a few months ago that dozens of people were combing the banks of the Shuswap River near Enderby, searching for any sign of Caitlin Potts.
Physicist Stephen Hawking has warned that new technologies will likely bring about "new ways things can go wrong" for human survival.
The federal minister of natural resources was in Calgary today and responded to questions about pipelines and the recent BC election.
This is the story of the birth of Leæna Balabanos. But you can call her Lea.
The popular Quebec department store, Simons, is setting sail on a new idea to be more environmentally-friendly.
The wife of imprisoned blogger Raif Badawi said Sunday that she has reason to believe authorities in Saudi Arabia are aiming to retry him on charges of apostasy.
You can also take out $25,000 and you'll have to pay it back.
A local initiative is doing everything it can to get young voters to the polls.
How far would you go to land a job? For one recent grad from the University of Toronto, a sandwich board and a little resourcefulness landed her a job in industry of her dreams.
Toronto police have launched an investigation after a video was posted on YouTube of a man allegedly being taken down violently by officers.
TORONTO – A 33-year-old Toronto man is facing multiple charges – including attempted murder – in connection with a weekend stabbing incident involving a father and son. Police say officers were called to the scene (in the area of Yonge Street and Sheppard Avenue) on Saturday where two men were found injured. It’s alleged that a 33-year-old man stabbed a 60-year-old man. Both men were treated in hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Faraz Razaghi is also charged with aggravated assault, assault with a weapon and possession of a dangerous weapon.
VANCOUVER – The British Columbia government says the rate of foreign investment in Metro Vancouver real estate has fallen to 1.3 per cent since the introduction of a new tax targeting international buyers. The drop is dramatic compared with the seven-week period before the tax was introduced when foreign buyers accounted for 13.2 per cent...
Toronto Police are still trying to determine why so many drug fatalities occurred in such a short amount of time.
TORONTO – A man is recovering from stab wounds after a fight broke out behind a night club in Vaughan overnight. Police were called at around 12:30 to Luxy Night Club on Interchange Way near Highway 7 and the 400. A man was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. There’s no word on what sparked the fight or if any suspects are in custody.
TORONTO – Toronto Mayor John Tory is expected to make a major funding announcement related to the Toronto Transit Commission this morning. TTC spokesperson Brad Ross tweeted a statement saying TTC Chair Josh Colle will also be in attendance. This morning, @johntoryTO and @JoshColle will make a major #TTC funding announcement. — Brad Ross (@bradTTC) January 19, 2015 Both Tory and Colle will make the announcement following a visit at Joyce Public School in North York at 10:30 a.m. This come one day ahead of the city’s first draft budget to be released Tuesday at the budget committee.
Alanis Morissette, 42, was robbed last Thursday while away from her home in Brentwood, Los Angeles.
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