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Family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women sobbed, fought back tears and expressed anger Monday as they recounted what happened to their loved ones.
Classes were cancelled for about half a million students in Ontario on Monday as faculty at the province's colleges went on strike.
Police say they laid hundreds of charges during Queen's University homecoming celebrations in Kingston, Ont., over the weekend.
A group of 46 people spread across 14 families living on the same street in the community of Garson, just outside of Sudbury, Ont., won the $10 million Lotto Max jackpot over the weekend.
A man accused of holding Amanda Lindhout hostage in Somalia says he was threatened with death if he didn't help the gang that seized her nine years ago.
Police in southern Ontario have seized 42 kilograms of the deadly opioid carfentanil, saying it's believed to be the largest seizure of the drug in the country.
All Canadian military personnel in Iraq are safe, defence officials confirmed Monday after allied Iraqi and Kurdish forces opened fire on each other near the oil-rich city of Kirkuk.
An Ottawa-area family has turned to Facebook to track down a vehicle that rear-ended them in an alleged hit-and-run.
An instructor with the Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School at a garrison near Montreal has been charged with sexual assault involving a student.
Environment Canada is confirming a tornado struck the Laurentians town of Mont-Laurier on Sunday afternoon.
Police in Calgary say they have charged a man in the sexual assault and forcible confinement of a woman they say met him on a dating website.
Ontario Provincial Police say a Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a man convicted of sex crimes involving children.
Changes to a controversial Halloween bylaw that bans older teens from trick-or-treating and sets an early curfew in a northern New Brunswick city are expected to be approved Monday.
Smoking cost the Canadian economy an estimated $16.2 billion in direct and indirect expenses in 2012, according to a new report from the Conference Board of Canada.
A major global drone manufacturer is condemning “any unsafe operation of drones,” after an unmanned aerial vehicle struck a passenger plane over Quebec City last week.
Police say a 14-year-old girl drowned on the weekend after she fell into a water holding tank on rural property in southwestern Manitoba.
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