Nova Scotia serial rent dodger promises to mend his ways
According to eight Nova Scotia landlordsNadav Even-Har owes them thousands of dollars in rentbut he says he's committed to mending his ways. 
Average Canadian household spent more on taxes than living costs in 2018, report finds

CommentPolitical | 11:22 PM on Tuesday
Hotly contested parliamentary elections are due to take place in Canada next week, but the electoral race is heating even further, as evidenced by former Playboy model turned politician Ania Krosinska.
CommentBusiness | 4:36 PM on Tuesday
A company linked to U.S. investor Warren Buffett says it will break ground on a $200-million, 117.6-megawatt wind farm in southeastern Alberta next year.
CommentMisc World | 4:35 PM on Tuesday
As Syrian forces push further into Kurdish-held territory, capturing the border town of Manbij, the United Nations is warning Turkey it could be held responsible for executions of captured Kurdish fighters and a politician by an affiliated armed grou
CommentMisc CDN | 4:30 PM on Tuesday
An elusive snake embroiled in a case of mistaken identity involving a second missing python has finally been found in his owner's basement.
CommentMisc CDN | 4:29 PM on Tuesday
Canada has "temporarily" suspended new arms export permits to Turkey following that country's incursion into northern Syria, Global Affairs said Tuesday.
CommentPolitical | 4:27 PM on Tuesday
The Green party says it recently learned of Islamophobic social-media posts by four of its Quebec candidates.
CommentFunny | 8:12 PM on Monday
Several media outlets have matched the footage to that from the Knob Creek Gun Range’s biannual 2017 machine gun shoot
CommentHealth | 7:46 PM on Monday
Three employees at a North Carolina assisted living facility have been arrested after police say they ran a fight club with elderly residents with dementia to fight each other.
CommentPolitical | 12:05 PM on Monday
Voters are focused on much the same issues as other area ridings. But frustration over a recent influx of immigrant workers has begun to dominate discussions
CommentEnvironmental | 4:50 PM on Sunday
Extinction Rebellion is paying activists up to £400 a week to lead the protests that have brought chaos to the streets of Britain, documents seen by The Mail on Sunday reveal.
CommentHealth | 4:29 PM on Sunday
Kelly, 23, from Leuven, Belgium, has long suffered with mental health problems. She decided to apply for euthanasia after learning it was lawful and possible from a psychologist.
CommentMisc World | 12:16 PM on Sunday
Judging by the fleet of supercars parked in the grounds of Geneva’s Bonmont Golf and Country Club last Sunday, Teodorin Obiang was not overly fussed by the size of his carbon footprint.
CommentPolitical | 11:17 AM on Sunday
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau wore a bulletproof vest on stage at a campaign rally after a security threat, senior Liberal sources tell CBC News.
CommentMisc CDN | 10:41 AM on Sunday
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has been praised as a strong voice against intolerance and racism. But his remarks on the campaign trail show he's walking a fine and ambiguous line - and he's not the firebrand some imagine him to be.
CommentMisc World | 9:54 AM on Sunday
The death toll currently stands at 16 after armed men forced their way into a mosque and opened fire. Attacks of this kind have become commonplace in the region in recent years.
CommentMisc World | 9:48 AM on Sunday
Kurdish forces resisting a Turkish assault say they will no longer prioritise guarding IS detainees.
CommentReligion | 9:47 AM on Sunday
Canada's largest Catholic school board is deciding whether to add gender identity and gender expression to its code of conduct to align with a revised provincial code.
CommentMisc World | 10:35 PM on Saturday
A Hard Rock Hotel under construction at the edge of New Orleans' historic French Quarter collapsed Saturday morning, leaving at least one person dead and three unaccounted for, authorities said.
CommentSports | 10:32 PM on Saturday
Former Edmonton Oilers coach and Stanley Cup champion Ted Green has died. He was 79.
CommentScience | 7:24 AM on Saturday
Researchers say the discovery could be used to treat osteoarthritis and could one day, with the development of a 'molecular cocktail', allow humans to regrow limbs
CommentMisc World | 7:20 AM on Saturday
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would “open the doors” for 3.6 million refugees currently in Turkey to seek shelter in Europe, should his country come under undue criticism.
CommentLaw & Order | 7:17 AM on Saturday
The man admitted he had exposed the genitals of eight napping children and taken close-up photographs with his phone
CommentFunny | 7:15 AM on Saturday
The burning smell coming from the car was the result of a possible squirrel vendetta against the couple, figures Chris Persic
CommentMisc World | 7:12 AM on Saturday
The Islamic Republic's tanker company initially said the attacks probably came from Saudi Arabia, but later withdrew the claim
CommentMisc World | 7:10 AM on Saturday
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed received the Nobel Peace Prize for initiatives that include ending a 20-year military standoff with Eritrea
CommentMisc World | 7:07 AM on Saturday
Beijing doesn't force companies to self-censor because it cannot tolerate dissent. Rather, it does so because it can
CommentLaw & Order | 6:59 AM on Saturday
But Philistin (Crazy) Paul faces one problem: no halfway house has agreed to accept him.
CommentLaw & Order | 6:46 AM on Saturday
The last thing Kimberly O’Hara remembers is looking for her shoes at the bowling alley. After that, there’s a gap, and then she’s on a bed, under bright lights surrounded by people.
CommentMisc CDN | 6:44 AM on Saturday
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May said today that Canada is "awash" in racism& and the country has to do a better job of confronting it.
CommentMisc World | 6:36 AM on Saturday
Turkish artillery reportedly struck the northern Syrian prison holding the British-Canadian Jack Letts — who is accused of being a supporter of the Islamic State — on Thursday as Turkish forces pushed their military offensive deeper into the conteste