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The victim of a horrific crash in Caledon Monday morning was a 12-year-old girl, CTV Toronto has learned.
An Ontario man has pleaded guilty in a lottery fraud where he tried to cheat his regular prize-playing group out of a $7-million win.
Larry Takahashi's crimes were committed against at least 30 women in the '70s and '80s.
The search for an 11-year-old Calgary boy who fell into the Yoho River in southeastern British Columbia last Friday has ended.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says, although Husky Energy appears to be doing what it can to clean up an oil spill that has affected drinking water in some communities, he is 'not satisfied' with the situation.
Police in Central California say they arrested a Canadian woman allegedly carrying 38 kilograms of heroin after a police dog alerted his handler to drugs inside her pickup truck during a traffic stop.
A car crash in Florida Monday evening has left two Montrealers in critical condition, and two other people dead.
A 29-year-old New Brunswick man in a wheelchair was killed when he was struck by a CN train at a crossing in Moncton, police said Wednesday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have accepted the Government of Canada's invitation to undertake a royal tour to Canada in fall 2016, Gov. Gen. David Johnston announced Wednesday.
RCMP say they are dealing with a second death as they investigate the disappearance of a young couple in northern Alberta last weekend.
Montreal police and firefighters will resume searching the St. Lawrence River this morning for a boater presumed missing after a collision in the Port of Montreal late Tuesday night.
A researcher studying public reaction to the Jian Ghomeshi case says social media scrutiny of the trial could lead to 'crowd-sourced reforms' for how the legal system handles sexual assault claims.
A man who orchestrated a series of firebombings and targeted shootings aimed at people with a connection to the British Columbia Justice Institute will be sentenced today.
Two airline pilots charged with being drunk as they prepared to fly a passenger jet on a trans-Atlantic route to Toronto have been granted bail on condition they surrender their passports.
A Canadian Muslim advocacy group is calling for a thorough and transparent investigation into the death of an Ottawa man who was involved in a confrontation with police.
Canada needs cyberbullying laws that curb unwanted sharing of sexual pictures without always requiring police investigations, a law professor said Tuesday.
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