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Sightings of great white sharks and other large sharks appear to be on the rise, with videos of these top predators popping up all along the U.S. eastern seaboard up into the Maritimes.
An Innisfil motorcyclist may have taken his DIY skills a little too far.
A veteran Calgary Transit bus driver had a shift unlike any other recently. Now a woman he stopped and gave a lift to is calling him her hero.
A doctor is dead after he was attacked at his own clinic in Red Deer on Monday.
Waterloo regional police say they have charged a 26-year-old woman with second-degree murder in the death of her eight-month-old son.
American thrill-seekers who drift onto Canadian shores during this weekend’s Port Huron Float Down will not have to quarantine, and they’ll get a ride home courtesy of Canadian taxpayers.
CPR was performed on Lea Fiset's body and she was rushed to a hospital where her death was confirmed overnight, according to police.
Ottawa police are investigating an Aug. 6 incident at the local constituency office of Ottawa Centre Liberal MP Catherine McKenna.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority says 18 people who work at the K-Bro Linens Facility in Regina have tested positive for COVID-19.
A 46-year-old man facing charges related to sexual interactions and conversations with two teenage girls pleaded guilty Monday morning in Saskatoon Provincial Court.
Five flights arriving in Toronto from international destinations since the start of August have had people on board with COVID-19.
An employee at a Metro Vancouver mall has tested positive for novel coronavirus, staff say in a message posted online.
A single parent in Maple Ridge is furious after her landlord removed the windows and doors to her home because she's behind on rent.
Windsor-Essex has been given the green light to join the rest of the province in Stage 3.
A Winnipeg lounge is in hot water again over alleged violations of COVID-19 guidelines.