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The sister of a Toronto photojournalist killed in a Syrian air strike says he worked tirelessly to document for the world the "tragedies" carried out in the volatile region.
Police say nine members of a fringe Jewish sect who left the country amid child custody proceedings only to be stopped in Trinidad and Tobago have now been returned to Canada.
The Special Investigations Unit has invoked their mandate after a male suspect was shot while fleeing the scene of a stabbing in Hamilton late Saturday night.
The meeting had barely gotten underway at the U.S.-led Kandahar provincial reconstruction team's base when one of the Canadian diplomats excused himself to take a phone call.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper departed Sunday for South Korea, where he is widely expected to complete another long round of free-trade negotiations that his critics were denouncing as secretive and potentially bad for Canadian workers.
A man faces charges after police say two referees at a women's hockey game in Barrie, Ont., were berated by an angry spectator and locked themselves in a dressing room for fear they'd be attacked.
People who are planning to take the subway in downtown Toronto this weekend should take note of a significant closure.
Media baron Pierre Karl Peladeau shook up the Quebec election campaign on Sunday, announcing he's decided to run for the Parti Quebecois.
When it comes to job creation in Canada, there's Alberta and then there's everybody else.
A 75 year old Oakville man has died of injuries he suffered last week when he was hit by a vehicle while walking in Burlington.
Stock markets will be looking to build on the strong gains racked up so far this year amid little in the way of economic data coming out during the week and a notable anniversary for indexes.
A woman in her 20s has been pronounced dead after suffering a gunshot wound in the Eglinton Avenue and Don Mills Road area, Toronto EMS says.
A 21-year-old woman has died from injuries sustained in a deadly early morning fire Friday near Dovercourt Road and Dupont Street, police say.
Firefighters say dozens of people were exposed to an abrasive contaminant in a west-end Ottawa hotel but no one is seriously hurt.