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A 14-year-old boy is facing charges after he allegedly threatened to distribute fake photos of a female online if she didn’t send him nude photos.
Police say four 16-year-olds were arrested Monday after a replica gun and cannabis was found inside a vehicle.
Lethbridge College reopened Wednesday after it received a bomb threat Tuesday that police believe was a hoax.
A crane on the Peace River bridge project broke and fell on Tuesday, but no one was injured as a result.
The Region of Waterloo has come to a tentative agreement with the union representing GRT employees.
When Trevor Oakes quit his factory job at Toyota to focus on making baseball bats full time, he had a five-year plan to get make it to 'the show.' He expedited that process, accomplishing his dream in three years.
Air Transat was ordered to pay damages to a passenger who was denied boarding on her flight because the airline deemed her to be too late.
Ottawa Public Health confirms one person has been tested for the Coronavirus.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Health says there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in the province.
Teammates of Aly Jenkins appeared in a video that aired at the Scotties curling provincial championship in Melville, highlighting her career and remembering her as a friend and teammate.
An Ontario man, who says he always pays his bills on time, was shocked to learn that an old credit card bill for less than a dollar ruined his credit rating.
The first presumptive positive case of novel coronavirus has been detected in British Columbia, health officials confirmed Tuesday.
Two people have been arrested and accused of fraud totaling over $1 million.
A Winnipeg man has been charged with murder after a shooting at a downtown hotel earlier this month.