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A Thunder Bay crew worker gets a pump going Monday in the flooded yard of a First Street residence.
The Ontario government and police are investigating a long-term care facility after a hidden video camera captured an elderly woman with dementia being abused by her caregivers.
A 67-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder after allegedly shooting a man with a rifle at a family barbecue in downtown Toronto Sunday night.
As he grapples with a growing scandal over Senate expenses, Prime Minister Stephen Harper faces another potential flashpoint as the House of Commons resumes sitting: The political debate over abortion is far from over.
Father Alban Riley at the Westminster Abbey in Mission, which was built in the 1950s.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, seen speaking with members of the media on Friday, has said allegations that there is a video that appears to show him smoking crack cocaine are 'ridiculous.' Two councillors say that Toronto Mayor Rob Ford should resign from office if unproven allegations that he was caught on tape smoking crack cocaine turn out to be true.
The shortage of engineers has been as common a lament within the auto industry as government regulations.
Prime-time ads began airing this week during NHL playoff games - currently the priciest advertising real estate on the dial - that tout a new federal Canada Jobs Grant for training workers.
When 28-year-old Sarah McNally opened her bookstore in Manhattan, The New York Times called her the 'Defiant Newcomer,' but her unique approach to the business is paying off.
A three-story pile of petroleum coke along the Detroit River in Windsor, Ont., on April 20, 2013.
Councillor Doug Ford broke his uncharacteristic silence Saturday to comment on reports of a video that seems to show Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine.
The revelation that Hollywood celebrity Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy as a preventative measure against cancer stoked heated discussion this week, but one prominent cancer researcher says it demonstrates the need to make genetic testing available to all Canadians.
Allegations that Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has been caught in a video smoking crack cocaine has prompted several online crowdsourcing campaigns aimed at raising $200,000 to buy the footage.