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What the Heck Is the Matter with the Mayors of Canada?
So a Canadian mayor was arrested Monday andnoit was not the one you expectMontreal's mayor was taken from his home early this morningand it's making us ask a very serious questionwhat is going on with Canadian mayors lately?
A new lawsuit being filed today aims to have "Happy Birthday" declared as belonging to the public domain. The proposed class action is brought by a film company that is working on a documentary about the "Happy Birthday" song. During the making, the produ
The story of Nicole Sauve, who found 400-year-old bones in her Point Edward backyard, was ordered to hire an archaeologist, and is now saddled with a $5,000 bill.
Nine-hundred Canadian soldiers are leaving for Afghanistan as part of Operation Attention, the last Canadian Forces mission in the country, in which they’ll train Afghan soldiers and police officers.
The U.S. manufacturer of the oft-maligned F-35 has signed a deal with a leading Canadian maker of flight simulators in anticipation of the Harper government choosing to stick with the controversial stealth fighter program.
The NHL announced Monday that Stirling-Rawdon, Ont., will host a pre-season contest between the Winnipeg Jets and Washington Capitals on Saturday, Sept. 14, after last year's Kraft Hockeyville game was postponed.
Daniel Paille and Patrice Bergeron scored second-period goals and Tuukka Rask made 28 saves Monday as the hard-charging Boston Bruins blanked the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 to take a 2-1 lead in the Stanley Cup final.
A spokeswoman for Quebec's anti-corruption unit says Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum has been arrested.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he is drawing a clear line between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the rest of the G8 leaders when it comes to Syria.
MONTREAL: Sikh footballers have been cleared to wear turbans while playing in the Canadian province of Quebec following clarification from world governing
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Stephen Harper has appointed the country’s former top soldier to head the Canadian Space Agency in a surprise move that has raised questions about whether the civilian program is about to be militarized.
When Alex Ovechkin got off to a slow start and Sidney Crosby looked to be back to pre-injury form, for a while it seemed like the MVP debate was over.
Daniel Paille scored the game-winner for the Bruins 13:48 into overtime in the second straight game that went beyond regulation.
Massive aerial battles — mock ones, fortunately — are raging over Cold Lake, Alta., as more than a dozen countries participate in one of the world's largest military air exercises.
The New York Rangers have hired Alain Vigneault to be the team's new coach, according to published reports Saturday.
Moderate Hassan Rouhani secures more than 50 percent of votes, 12 million more than closest rival Qalibaf.
An Indiana man woke up this past Wednesday morning to discover that during the night his pet pit bull had gnawed off two of his toes.
BRITAIN’S latest weapon against the Taliban has been unveiled – as Superman’s brother. Royal Marine Nick Cavill is fighting in Afghanistan while younger brother Henry is set to play the Man of Steel in an upcoming Hollywood blockbuster.
An increasing number of landed immigrants are struggling to complete the final stage in becoming a citizen: passing the citizenship exam, CBC News has learned. That has the federal department responsible for the tests promising quicker do-overs.
The story of the Wright brothers as the first in flight is recognized around the world, but new legislation in Connecticut is trying to change aviation history with a homegrown flying hero.
One person has died and two others are in hospital with possible cases of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease east of Vancouver, the Fraser Health authority has confirmed.
The Grace Foundation said last year’s event proved to be a “huge disappointment”
An RCMP officer in Vernon, B.C., has been charged with the possession of child pornography, breaching conditions and obstructing a police investigation.
A pod of killer whales swam past Stanley Park and under the Lions Gate Bridge and into Vancouver Harbour on Friday, sparking a flurry of photos on Twitter.
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has reacted to Canada’s move to prevent the opening of polling stations for Iranian expatriates in the country, urging Ottawa to exercise “wisdom” and resort to dialogue.
Tests on saliva samples from William's relatives reveal a direct link between the future king and a woman who was part-Indian.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said during his tour of Europe that he's now convinced the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has used chemical weapons.
A Banff, Alta., man came within metres of being caught by a wolf, but luckily he was on his motorcycle during the close call on a highway, where he also snapped photos of the chase.
Three teenagers involved in the bludgeoning of 65 seals in eastern P.E.I. in January were sentenced today to a combination of probation, community service and fines.
The Canadian Soccer Association's suspension of the Quebec Soccer Federation over its refusal to allow turban-wearing players is having an impact on soccer players of all ages.
Ten members of the Canadian Armed Forces are taking it upon themselves to head to Australia to search for Prabhdeep Srawn, who disappeared May 13 during a bushwalk in the Snowy Mountains southwest of the capital Canberra. The soldiers are not going in any