NHL lockout 4th work stoppage in 20 years
Players' union digs in because NHL revenue increased to $3.3 billion from $2.1 billion since 2005.
Canada suing cellphone providers over text message fees
Competition Bureau says largest 3 cellphone companies aren't honest about texting fees.
'Donnie Brasco' ready to retake stand as Joseph Pistone
Retired FBI agent Joseph Pistone an expert witness in Montreal, Canada.
Nordstrom to open stores in Canada
Nordstrom announced it will open four stores in Canada, starting in 2014.
Justin Bieber hockey contract on the table in Bakersfield (VIDEO)
Bakersfield Condors of ECHL offer Justin Bieber pro hockey contract.
Quebec election: return of the separatists, and the hate
Analysis: After Pauline Marois' win, and the gunfire that followed, here’s what the future holds for Canada’s ‘two solitudes.’
Karen Klein, bullied bus monitor, collects check for $700K
Max Sidorov hands over $703,833 check to Karen Klein.
Israel praises Canada, calls on world to cut ties with Iran (VIDEO)
Benjamin Netanyahu says rest of the world should follow Canada's 'moral, courageous' decision on Iran.
Canada's 'racist' government should expect Iran's response
Iran warns it will respond after Canada closes embassy, evicts diplomats.
Canada closes its embassy in Iran and will expel all Iranian diplomats
Foreign Minister John Baird calls Iran "the most significant threat to global peace and security in the world today," announces Embassy closure.
Pole dancing classes now available for kids as young as 5
Instructor says parents ask her to teach their children how to use pole’s safely.
Quebec election shooting suspect identified (VIDEO)
Police confirm identity Tuesday night’s Quebec election shooting as Richard Henry Bain.
Quebec election victory overshadowed by gunman killing 1, starting fire
A gunman reportedly killed one and critically wounded another during a victory speech in Montreal by Quebec's newly-elected premier, Pauline Marois.
Hummer crashes into distracted driver to prevent tragedy
Man driving Hummer causes crash to prevent driver on cellphone from hitting 4 kids.
Legionnaires' disease kills 11 in Quebec, 3 in Chicago
Legionnaires' disease has claimed 11 lives in Quebec City and 3 lives in Chicago.
Children's shoes with 'meat-like' substance wash up on Canadian shore
Police discover 3 shoes with bones, human remains washed up on BC shore
Thailand poisonings might have been caused by DEET
Canadian sisters found dead in Thailand might have drank DEET
Woman's headless torso found at Niagara Falls
A headless female torso has been found in the lower Niagara River. The torso was reportedly found by a passerby near the Rainbow Bridge.
Maple syrup thief makes off with $30M worth of the sticky stuff
Your morning breakfast may become a little less sweet thanks to a thief who made off with $30 million worth of maple syrup in Canada.
Sled-dog slaughter nets guilty plea in Canada
Robert Fawcett enters guilty plea after killing 56 sled dogs following 2010 Winter Olympics.
Kimberly Rivera, first female Iraq war resister, ordered back to US
Canadian government tells Kimberly Rivera to leave country, return home.
Krista Ford, ex-lingerie football player, tells women 'don't dress like a whore'
Krista Ford, former lingerie football player, offers advice to avoid assault.
Acid attack in Canada puts woman in coma
Tanya St. Arnaud remains in medical coma after suffering burns from acid attack.
Lance Armstrong: 'I won the Tour de France seven times'
At World Cancer Congress, Lance Armstrong calls himself survivor, Tour de France champion.
Strip clubs offer girls money for tuition, rent
Clubs in Canada desperate for dancers after government rule change.
Cougar wanders into home, attacks woman on couch
Dog helps save Canadian woman after cougar attacks her on the couch.
Bride who drowned in her wedding gown went into the water to pose for "Trash the Dress" photos
A new bride who was killed while posing for wedding photos had walked into the water to take part in a popular trend called "Trash the Dress".
Bride falls to her death posing for wedding photos on waterfall in Canada
A photographer has described the horrifying moment a young bride, dressed in her wedding gown, plunged 60 feet to her death.
Google Street View comes to the remote Canadian Arctic
The Google Street View team brings a tricycle with a camera to remote Cambridge Bay in Nunavut, Canada
14-year-old girl becomes youngest to swim across Lake Ontario
Annaleise Carr made long-distance swim to raise money for camp for kids with cancer - and has so far collected $90,000
Bank of Canada removes Asian woman from $100 bill
The Bank of Canada was going to feature an Asian woman on its $100 bill. But now she looks white.