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- Indian Charged With Transporting Illegal Immigrants From Canada to US
Jawant Singh, 30, who was caught by a Border Patrol agent with the help of a Customs and Border Protection Agency helicopter, was accused in a federal
- Palace orders ‘reduced interaction’ with Canada amid trash issue
MANILA, Philippines --- Malacaang has ordered government agencies to "reduce official interaction" with Canada amid the lingering issue of garbage
- Uncovering D-Day: Canadians unearthing, preserving Hitler’s Atlantic Wall as reminder of war
Most of the so-called Atlantic Wall was destroyed on D-Day, but its remains are still visible more than 70 years later.
- Walk Off the Earth dedicate new song ‘Mike’s Song’ to late bandmate ‘Beard Guy’
"Mike's Song" is an ode to their former keyboardist, who was affectionately known as "Beard Guy" by his fans.
- Project 104 brushes away Moose Jaw graffiti problem, earns award
Moose Jaw students are recognized for their project that paints away graffiti in the city.
- Raptors fans overload Toronto’s Jurassic Park for Game 6, spill onto street
Jurassic Park couldn't contain the long lineup of fans that snaked around Scotiabank Arena and past neighbouring Union Station in downtown Toronto, so
- Suspect in murder of Creston, B.C. woman facing trial in 2014 death of Kamloops cellmate
Nathaniel Jessup was arrested and charged Friday in connection to the murder of 58-year-old Katherine McAdam in August 2015.
- ‘This is our award’: Halifax activist named to global influential people list
Provo is the founder and CEO of Stop the Violence, Spread the Love. He has organized several peace walks throughout the city in recent years.
- Regina police search for suspects in connection with early morning car theft
Anyone with information can call the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
- Montrealers protest closure of Canadian immigration office in Havana, Cuba
Staffing was reduced in the wake of a mysterious illness that has affected more than a dozen diplomats and their families.
- Dozens protest Penticton’s plan to ban sitting on downtown sidewalks
“The people that this bylaw is targeting are not out here to be feared."
- This week on ‘Focus Montreal’: May 25, 2019
This week on Focus Montreal, learn how the generational divide is shaping the workplace, hear about a theatre production with a mission and learn abou
- Montreal marks 50th anniversary of John Lennon, Yoko Ono bed-in for peace
A half-century later, the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel is celebrating their storied pacifist pitch to the world with an art exhibition and tours of
- Girl, 13 charged in two alleged assaults in Saskatoon park
Police say on Monday a 33-year-old woman reported being assaulted by a several youths in a playground. On the previous Monday police say two girls age
- Kingsbrae Garden repurposes old building to attract seasonal workers
It's one of the top-billed attractions in New Brunswick, but it's grappling with a big problem.
- Premier Legault to force the Caisse to purchase REM trains made in Quebec
The CAQ government has pledged to extend Montreal’s Reseau Express Metropolitain light-rail system, which pension fund operator Caisse owns, by near
- Man dies after falling from Dundas Peak in Hamilton: police
The 24-year-old victim was sitting with a friend shortly before 11 p.m. when Hamilton police say he lost his balance while standing up and fell off th
- Burlington cheese caper nets $1,000 in gourmet dairy products
Police are looking for two women responsible for back-to-back thefts at a Fortinos and Longo’s.
- ‘No questions asked’: Winnipeg parish prays statue’s head is returned
The work depicting St. Volodymyr was decapitated outside the Cathedral of Sts. Vladimir and Olga early Tuesday. A cross-like symbol on a Ukrainian coa
- Andrew Scheer pushes plan for national energy corridor at stop in Calgary
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer was in Calgary on Saturday talking about how his government would help get oil moving out of Alberta.