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New Transport Canada social media campaign highlights the risk and penalties of aiming laser pointers at aircraft.
Officials say about 1,000 additional fire crews from across Canada, the United States and South Africa will be joining the fight this week against a massive wildfire near Fort McMurray.
A formation of Canadian military jets streaked over Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, making passes along the National Mall in the name of friendship.
A former Montreal police officer is awaiting sentencing after she was found guilty of assault while on duty.
Police believe they have located the remains of a missing B.C. woman and her husband.
An attempt by Canada's Omar Khadr to have a judge thrown off his appeal panel has raised important legal questions that U.S. President Barack Obama and Congress should deal with quickly, a court in Washington has ruled.
The Canadian government's designation of an Egyptian man as a threat to national security is unreasonable, a federal court judge has ruled.
Some Quebec youth groups have asked Premier Philippe Couillard to intervene in the province's planned welfare legislation reform, which they say is unfair.
The former sponsor says it will not fund the online filmmakers in the future.
An Ontario appeal court has reduced the jail sentence of a man convicted of assault by a day in order to sidestep a threat to his status as permanent resident.
The daughter of a former top Newfoundland bureaucrat charged earlier this month after the body of Marcel Reardon, 46, was found May 9 under the outdoor stairwell of a St. John's apartment building.
A judge has agreed to postpone a Halifax murderer's sentencing pending an assessment of whether his African-Nova Scotian background "played a role" in the crime.
Two accused killers planned for more than a year to steal a truck, abduct and kill its owner and burn the remains in an animal incinerator, the prosecution told a Hamilton jury on Tuesday.
The owners of a restaurant south of Montreal are scratching their heads after a trailer emblazoned with their logo and photos of a giant hamburger disappeared.
Prayers and well wishes are pouring in for Gord Downie, after The Tragically Hip announced that the band’s frontman has terminal brain cancer.
A Liberal backbencher said he was sorry Tuesday after police were called on a mother of an autistic child who had threatened a solitary protest at his constituency office.
Don Martin talks to people and players who dominate the political scene.
Canada's top weekly Sunday morning political program, hosted by Robert Fife
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MyNews users share their stunning images of the changing autumn colours across Canada.
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