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The captain of a Nova Scotia tall ship that was crippled off Massachusetts says a series of frustrating equipment failures eventually forced the crew to leap to the safety of a rescue boat.
The union representing Canada's meat inspectors says a critical shortage of inspectors is putting the safety of consumers at risk across the country.
Police in Miami, Fla., say a woman has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run incident that left a 23-year-old Canadian tourist in critical condition.
John Furlong, who directed Vancouver's 2010 Winter Olympics, says he feels vindicated after being cleared of sexual abuse allegations by a B.C. court.
Officials are investigating a fire at a senior's complex in Cape Breton that forced the evacuation of elderly residents.
Passengers of the crashed Air Canada Flight AC624 are in the process of filing a class action lawsuit, a Nova Scotia law firm confirmed.
The man charged in Quebec's 2012 election-night shooting will go on trial in September.
A police officer who gained widespread notoriety for telling a protester at the infamous G20 summit that "this ain't Canada right now" committed battery when he manhandled him, Ontario's top court has concluded.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says it has finished its examination of the site where an Air Canada plane crashed this weekend in Halifax.
Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford has issued yet another public apology, this time for racial slurs he used during his term as the leader of Canada's largest city.
The Montreal planetarium has sealed a 35-year time capsule that includes 25 messages written by Quebec students.
The Vancouver Police Department has responded to an online video showing an officer smashing a car window after the driver refused to open his door.
A second teenage victim has come forward in a Toronto human trafficking case in which three people were charged last month.
Police in New Brunswick have charged a man with criminal negligence causing death after two young brothers were asphyxiated by a python.
A CTV News investigation has revealed that fish purchased at three branches of a Winnipeg fish market is not what it claims to be.
A chaotic morning at a Montreal prison may have contributed to the son of a former Hells Angels boss being prematurely released from detention, his lawyer suggested Monday.
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