An initial investigation has determined that a light-coloured sedan fired at a SUV that was dark-coloured.
“We haven’t seen a classic one this week because of the sun we saw yesterday between storm one and two but close enough.”
Johnny Depp has been embroiled in lawsuits for the last few years, and claims his legal team bilked him out of almost $35 million.
For the first time, staff from the province’s Immigration Department will join the Nova Scotia Health Authority at an international jobs fair for health professionals.
A popular Quebec media personality is suspending his professional activities amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
Pyongyang is a city of pastel skyscrapers, a new video of the North Korean capital shows.
Ali Omar Ader contradicted his own testimony several times Wednesday during cross-examination by the Crown attorney.
The minor leak did not pose a hazard, but did drive home the dangers of ammonia in light of the tragedy that killed three at a rink in Fernie, B.C.
Amazon announced last month it is hunting for a second North American office, saying it would spend $5-billion to build the new headquarters to house as many as 50,000 employees.
Duncan Rousseau, a forward with the Winnipeg Jets when they were part of the World Hockey Association, has passed away.
U.S. President Donald Trump told the widow of an American soldier that “he knew what he signed up for,” when he died in action, according to reports.
Tanner Betcker spotted the raccoon Tuesday night, seemingly trying to escape the smoke and flames.
There are currently six wildfires of note in Alberta.
It’s now four in a row. The Oilers couldn’t snap their losing streak Tuesday at Rogers Place.
The Columbus Blue Jackets scored four times in the middle frame as the Jets three game win streak came to an end with a 5-2 loss on Tuesday at Bell MTS Place.
“If we don’t reach out to those young Albertans across this province, there’s a risk they’ll turn against us and the next election campaign could be a real challenge.”
Police have located the last known registered owner of the burned vehicle and spoken with the individual.
The documents authorized the sheriffs to take and sell all of their assets to recover money owed to the pipeline giant.
So far this year there have been 306 million boardings across Metro Vancouver.
Tara Frederick failed to collect her belongings from a residence earlier this month and was last seen walking on Hein Rd., according to police.
It turns out Kevin James killed off his wife character on ‘Kevin Can Wait’ for story purposes.
The rookie officer had been on the job for just six months with the Lac-Simon police department.
The new rules ban trick-or-treating for anyone older than 16 and set an 8 p.m. curfew for all.
A 16-year-old Winnipeg female has been charged after causing a disturbance on a public transit bus.
Mayor Daryl Bennett will be rejoining the Peterborough Police Services Board five years after he was suspended for alleged misconduct.
The company that operates the TSX says companies with business activities that violate U.S. federal law regarding marijuana could undergo a delisting review at the discretion of the TSX.
Bombardier shares were up 53 cents at $2.89 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The 3HL Tour is heading into its second season.
Queen’s homecoming marred by unsanctioned street parties again.
Thousands of people have been posing as the ‘I in Kingston’ since the spring and now the group behind the scene is looking at making it a permanent downtown attraction. The ‘I in Kingston’ sign was an instant hit from the moment it was unveiled in June across the street from city hall. Now city…
A rally was held outside city hall to protest changes within Saskatoon Public Library.
A water dispute between Kelowna neighbours now involves the City of Kelowna and the province.
The federal government announced a number of small business tax reforms.
Faculty at Ontario’s 24 colleges are walking picket lines Monday, with the labour dispute affecting more than 500,000 students in the province.
With the help of some talented freshmen, the Queen’s University hockey Gaels are off to a strong start to the season.
North Korea’s deputy U.N. ambassador warned Monday that the situation on the Korean peninsula “has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment.”
Iraq’s national army advanced overnight and took areas in and around the oil city of Kirkuk that is usually dominated by the country’s Kurdish people.
There is no way to comprehend the horror and terror Joshua Boyle, his wife, and young family endured while held captive for five years by Taliban-affiliated terrorists. The couple was backpacking through Afghanistan when they were captured. Boyle feels it was because his wife was in the last trimester of her pregnancy, which would lead…
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