Sammy Yatim shooting video puts Toronto police on defensive
New security video shows police fatally shooting 18-year-old Sammy Yatim nine times, then using Taser, during confrontation.
Prince George brings fame, pending fortune to northern Canadian city
The city was named for King George III, or Mad King George if you know your history or Hollywood, so people there are happy with a new namesake.
Mayans to sue Canadian mining company over alleged murder, rapes in Guatemala
Mayan Guatemalans say mining company HudBay Minerals is responsible for security personnel killing an activist and raping 11 women.
Baristas unite! Halifax coffee shop workers push to unionize
The push came after workers at Just Us! coffee shop in the Nova Scotia capital formed a union, encouraging baristas from other cafes to do the same.
"Glee" star Cory Monteith died of heroin and alcohol overdose
The British Columbia Coroner's Service said that "Glee" star Cory Monteith, 31, whose body was found in a Vancouver hotel room on Saturday, died of a heroin and alcohol overdose.
Transportation nightmares for planes, trains, and automobiles
From the US to the Ukraine, it has been a deadly summer for transportation.
Concerts for cetaceans: Musicians perform for Canada's beluga whales (VIDEO)
Starting next week, musicians and other artists will put on a series of performances for the pleasure of the thousands of beluga whales that congregate near Canada's Hudson Bay throughout the summer months.
Quebec wreck: A disaster in the eyes of the beholder
The Quebec oil train explosion is seized on by fans and foes of fracking and the Keystone pipeline.
Senior charged after teaching 11-year-old neighbor to drive, run errands
Police charge a woman, 68, with two offences after pulling over 'very young-looking' driver.
Quebec train crash company president blames employee for fiery crash (VIDEO)
Angry residents of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, greet Edward Burkhardt as he tours town following deadly train explosion.
Criminal probe opened into Quebec train derailment (VIDEO)
A criminal investigation has been opened after the 73-car train carrying crude oil derailed Saturday morning in a Quebec town, causing a massive fireball.
Hannah Warren, first child to receive stem-cell windpipe, dies
Lungs deteriorated despite Hannah Warren's new windpipe working well, doctors say.
Commuters rescued as flash flooding from peak hour storm wreaks havoc in Toronto
A summer storm has wreaked havoc on Toronto, Canada, swamping rail and road access to the city and leaving commuters ankle-deep in murky water, with several needing rescue.
At least 50 may be dead after runaway train derails in Quebec (VIDEO)
Police struggled to investigate the train derailment in Quebec, which could have left at least 50 people dead.
Quebec train derailment sets small town ablaze, kills at least three (VIDEO)
The 73-car train carrying crude oil derailed around 1 am on Saturday morning causing a massive fireball tearing through the downtown.
Canada Day bomb plot 'inspired' by Boston, Al Qaeda or drug abuse? (VIDEO)
Police arrest 2 trying to plant pressure-cooker bombs outside busy Canada Day party in Victoria, British Columbia.
Teen Lauren Fagen mauled trying to kiss lion in South Africa
18-year-old Montreal woman Lauren Fagen mauled trying to kiss lion through bars of its cage.
Happy Canada Day! Here are 5 things you didn't know about the Great White North
In honor of Canada Day, we bust five of the biggest myths about America's northern neighbor.
Dissatisfied chiefs in Canada could form new First Nations group
Tensions between Canada's Assembly of First Nations and some chiefs who are feeling excluded could lead to the formation of a new breakaway group at a meeting next month.
20 tourists rescued after being stranded on ice in Canadian arctic
The tourists were traveling with Arctic Kingdom Expeditions adventure group when the ice floe they were traveling on early Tuesday broke away near Arctic Bay.
Jane Austen on English money common 'Sense and Sensibility'
Bank of England announces Jane Austen to appear on 10-pound banknote in near future.
Obama outlines climate change plan in major speech
President Barack Obama gave a major speech on climate change, outlining his plans for executive action.
Calgary flooding kills at least 3 in Alberta and roof crashes into bridge (UPDATE)
Two of the bodies were recovered Friday from the area of High River, while another woman swept away in the Calgary flooding remains unaccounted for.
Calgary flooding forces 100,000 to evacuate homes in Alberta, Canada (VIDEO)
No casualties, but city of 1 million people virtually shut down after about 10 inches of rain in 48 hours.
Fireworks warehouse explosion kills 2 in Montreal (VIDEO)
The B.E.M. Fireworks warehouse near Montreal exploded just before 9 a.m. Thursday, rattling homes and sending a plume of smoke into the air that could be seen for miles.
Michael Applebaum, Montreal mayor, resigns
Montreal’s interim mayor has resigned, saying he needs to focus on defending himself against corruption charges.
Michael Applebaum, Montreal mayor, arrested and charged with corruption
Michael Applebaum, Montreal's interim mayor, had campaigned on a promise to eliminate corruption in city hall.
Canada Mayor Crisis Spreads: Montreal Mayor In Custody
The recent string of Canadian political scandals continue as Montreal's mayor is arrested for receiving illicit funds from mafia-linked construction firms.
Canada calls Iran election results 'effectively meaningless'
Check out this intense statement from Canada on Iran election.
Quebec's 'right to die' euthanasia law could be Canada's first
Quebec is the first province in Canada to consider allowing patients to request a form of medically-supervised euthanasia.
Turban-wearing soccer players banned from Quebec fields
Quebec Soccer Federation tells boys who want to wear turbans on the field to 'play in their backyard.'