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A gritty Montreal neighbourhood with roots that date back to the industrialization of Canada is trying to stop itself from turning into an enclave of trendy, upscale restaurants and little else by adopting a new zoning bylaw.
Members of a First Nation on British Columbia's central coast say they're angered and dismayed by a federal minister's response to a fuel spill in the area.
An inquest has been called into the death of a man shot by Winnipeg police last November.
One of the accused in a series of alleged break-ins and sexual assaults at a Quebec university student residence is now facing 12 charges.
A Halifax brewery and neighbouring Islamic centre have issued a joint statement saying they are working out their issues.
A rescued dog is fighting for its life after a violent encounter with a porcupine that left a quill stuck inside its heart.
An inmate who has been held in segregation for the past four years at a Thunder Bay, Ont., jail was moved to a regular cell on Wednesday.
Crews with CN Rail have made good progress repairing tracks following a derailment in British Columbia's Fraser Canyon.
The OPP will be texting cellphone users who were in the vicinity of a murder last December, hoping one of them can offer some information to solve the crim
After eight puppies were discovered in a garbage bag in a ditch in Midland, Ont. more than a week ago, the Ontario SPCA is appealing to the public for help with the investigation.
The conductor as well as the owner of the train that derailed, exploded and killed 47 people in Lac-Megantic in 2013 have been added as respondents in a class-action lawsuit.
A former nurse accused of murdering eight elderly patients allegedly used lethal doses of insulin to kill those who angered her, CTV News has learned.
Alcohol, not hate, fuelled a break-in and extensive vandalism at a Muslim centre in a remote part of Quebec, say provincial police.
The Vermont U.S. Attorney's Office says four Quebec men have been arrested and charged in an alleged fraud scheme involving ATMs in the Burlington area.
The suspects in a string of nationwide jewelry heists were scheduled to appear today in a New Brunswick provincial court to face diamond-theft charges.
An Ontario medical student alleged to have forced two American teenage sisters to engage in sexual acts while he watched via Skype has been ordered extradited to the United States.
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