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A monument dedicated to eight Royal Canadian Navy ships that served in the Korean War was unveiled in Burlington, Ont., Monday, to mark the 61st anniversary of the armistice to end the war.
Mount Edith Cavell and several other peaks have been removed from the Bank of Canada's description of the new $10 banknotes and replaced with some other peaks.
Environment Canada has confirmed that an EF1 tornado touched down in Grand Bend, Ont., on Sunday between 7 and 8 p.m., after area residents reported downed trees and hydro poles.
Soldiers and veterans who attended a weekend wildlife retreat near Quebec’s Valcartier military base say the experience has changed their lives.
A group of Canadian military and ex-military members put their life-saving skills to good use on Sunday when they saved a woman from a burning vehicle in central Newfoundland.
FRANKFURT — The United States and Europe put aside their differences and agreed on Monday to sharply escalate economic sanctions against Russia in a set of coordinated actions driven by the conclusion that Moscow has taken a more direct role in the war in
WASHINGTON — The United States has concluded that Russia violated a landmark arms control treaty by testing a prohibited ground-launched cruise missile, according to senior American officials, a finding that was conveyed by President Obama to Russian Pres
Alberta's Stoney Nakoda First Nation says it has signed a "huge" deal with a Chinese petrochemical company to develop oil and gas on its land.
Sterling spent much of his time on the witness stand shouting at attorneys for both sides
The Alberta parents of triplet boys battling a rare eye cancer were looking for housing in Toronto. Instead, they received an outpouring of support.
Thérèse Casgrain, a feminist icon and Quebec heroine who died in 1981, has been quietly removed from a national honour, to be replaced by a volunteer award bearing the prime minister's banner.
LONDON - An international court on Monday ordered Russia to pay more than $50 billion to the former majority shareholders of now defunct oil company Yukos, ruling that the state engaged in a ruthless campaign to destroy what was once the country's biggest
The best hope for restraint, ironically, is the terrifying prospect of nuclear war, which didn’t exist 100 years ago.
Tinnitus is a chronic ringing in the ears that can be debilitating. Now, an implant that stimulates a nerve in the neck could eliminate the sounds for good
Germany is to reject a multi-billion-dollar free trade deal between the European Union and Canada which is widely seen as a template for a bigger agreement with the United States, a leading German paper reported on Saturday.
Morgan Wienberg, a slight 22-year-old from Canada, was only 18 when she joined the wave of volunteers who flew to Haiti to help out after the catastrophic earthquake in 2010. Wienberg was living in Whitehorse, the capital of Yukon, Canada's westernmost te
Officials at some Denver homeless shelters say the legalization of marijuana has contributed to an increase in the number of younger people living on the city's streets.
A street performer dressed as Spider-Man in New York City's Times Square was arrested after punching a police officer who scolded him for demanding more money from a couple he had posed with for a picture, police said on Sunday.
Sarah Palin – former governor of Alaska, erstwhile candidate for VP of the U.S. and polarizing public figure – has unveiled a new subscription-based Internet TV network that promises direct access to her and her supporters.
Italy's Vincenzo Nibali wraps up his first victory in the three-week race as Marcel Kittel wins the final stage in Paris.
A small airplane with engine trouble struck a pickup truck during an emergency landing on a Nevada highway Saturday morning, authorities said.
Two people have been killed in a small plane crash near Nanaimo on Vancouver Island.
A six-year-old girl who was hit by a car that crashed through the front of a Costco store in London, Ont., has died, police said Sunday.
ROME — The body of Yara Gambirasio, a 13-year-old student, was found on a chilly day in a quiet northern city in Lombardy in February 2011, three months after she was reported missing following a gymnastics practice. The autopsy showed she had been beaten
The family of an 18-year-old Calgary man who was found murdered nearly three weeks after his family reported him missing are alleging police mishandled the case and racially profiled the teen
Rep. Curt Clawson mistakes two administration officials for representatives of India.
The decision comes after clashes between rival groups in the capital heated up in recent days.
A woman who was filmed plucking a bird on a Montreal Metro car has been identified as Christina David, a former resident of Nunavik who now lives in Montreal.
Many in this prosperous city already fear that Hong Kong's future as an open society as well as a semiautonomous part of China is already in jeopardy
'The view is beautiful,' says real estate agent Sarina Han, unlocking the gate at 4749 Belmont and picking her way past the crumbling house