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The Truro Police Service has released new photos of a missing teen as they continue to investigate his disappearance.
A family doctor who sent a dying infant home with instructions to give him water and juice with vitamin C and who failed to report criminal driving convictions has been stripped of his medical license.
A ground and drone search continued Tuesday on the Blood Reserve for Tyson Shade, a 36-year old father of three, who has been missing for a week.
The “Matthew Tkachuk Friendship Tour” billboard arrived in Edmonton Wednesday, after a heated Battle of Alberta sparked fundraising battles between hockey fans in the rival cities.
The Guelph Humane Society says it needs the community's support after it took in 80 cats from a single household on Huron Street on Tuesday.
Flames ripped through a townhouse complex in London’s Glen Cairn neighbourhood Tuesday evening, leaving neighbours in shock after a London man was charged with arson.
Six people in Quebec, who had recently travelled in China, have displayed symptoms of a respiratory virus, a spokesperson for the provincial health ministry said on Wednesday.
A school bus driver is being hailed as a hero as she rushed out seven children as the vehicle burst into flames.
City crews were working to clean up paper and boxes on the road on Victoria Avenue East.
A child was saved from potential harm after a grandparent's call sparked a “brief” investigation by the Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE), the agency says.
A Toronto woman who says her Presto card malfunctioned just after she loaded it with money is angry she was still given a $240 fine by transit inspection officers.
A former employee of a B.C. winery won't be getting his job back after thousands of litres of wine were accidentally flushed down a drain.
Police believe that the death of a 53-year-old man near Duncan is the result of foul play and a homicide investigation has been launched.
School board officials say a Windsor Catholic school was evacuated as a "precaution" while Windsor police investigate a situation.
A Winnipeg-based doughnut shop is defending a decision to buy local after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was criticized over some sweet treats from the business.