300 injured in Edmonton pileup
A blizzard that swept across the Canadian prairies caused a pileup just south of Edmonton, Alberta, has injured 300 travelers who were sent to hospitals.
Luka Magnotta collapses listening to evidence in courtroom
Accused in body parts killing case, so-called Canadian Psycho Luka Magnotta takes ill.
Good news about Canada's native groups for a change
Aboriginal success stories fly in the face of common narratives about Canada’s native population.
UFC158: Canada loves its Georges St-Pierre (VIDEO)
UFC champion Georges St-Pierre enters UFC 158 vs. Nick Diaz in Montreal with a nation behind him.
Eat your hearts out, Kinder Surprise Egg collectors (VIDEO)
Choco Surprise Eggs in US stores, all legal and secure, by Easter.
A Friday In Toronto: An urban adventure in 'Hogtown'
Alexander Besant took followers around to cafes of multicultural Toronto.
'Canadian Psycho' case open to media, judge rules
Luka Rocco Magnotta lawyers ask for total media ban, but judge rejects request in body parts case.
'Canadian Psycho' trial begins for Luka Rocco Magnotta
Defense lawyers ask judge for publication ban in Luka Rocco Magnotta body parts killing case.
Can a Canadian save the Catholic Church?
Cardinal Marc Ouellet found his calling in Quebec at a time when religion there was in steep decline. Now he could be considered to become the next pope.
Marc Ouellet, Canadian cardinal, became priest after breaking leg playing hockey
Broken leg playing ice hockey led Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet into priesthood.
Toronto edges out Chicago as North America's 4th largest city
Toronto is growing at a rate of about 38,000 people per year, while the population of Chicago has declined steadily over the last decade.
Marc Staal eye injury sure to spark debate in NHL (VIDEO)
New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal hit in eye by flying puck.
World leaders offer condolences to Venezuela on death of Chavez
World leaders, including ex-US President Jimmy Carter and UN chief Ban Ki-moon, offered condolences to Venezuela following the death of Hugo Chavez.
The biggest infrastructure projects of 2013
A construction slowdown has set the stage for some creative financing of the projects that make our cities go.
Watch helicopter rescue deer trapped on frozen lake (VIDEO)
Deer struggled on thin ice until David Farrell and his helicopter arrived.
Quebec language police strike again, tell 'caffe' to 'F' off
Quebec City's Conti Caffe told it needs to use French 'cafe' for its restaurant signs.
John Axford, pitcher for Milwaukee Brewers, 'dominates' Oscar predictions
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher John Axford predicts 14 of 15 Oscars, using Twitter as proof.
Quebec language police claim Italian restaurant menu has 'too much Italian'
Authorities demand Italian restaurant owner provide French translations of all Italian words.
Tourist's body found in hotel water tank in Los Angeles
Mystery surrounds the discovery of a Canadian woman's body in a water tank atop a Los Angeles hotel.
Prince Edward Island seal deaths: Teens arrested for killing 50 seals
The teens were arrested after 50 seals were found dead on the southeastern tip of Prince Edward Island in January.
Taylor Swift sued for keeping money from canceled show
Taylor Swift is getting sued for allegedly keeping $2.5 million for a show that didn't happen.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield sends Chinese New Year greetings from space
Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut at the Space Station, sent well wishes and amazing photos of China from space.
John Kerry refuses to speak French (VIDEO)
Secretary of State John Kerry refuses to speak French when asked to during an appearance with the Canadian foreign minister.
US oil at widest discount of 2013 to international crude
The growing oil supply in the Midwest has created the widest price differential of the year between the world's largest oil futures contracts.
Lake Winnipeg in Canada named world's most-threatened lake by Global Nature Fund
Lake Winnipeg in Canada has been named the world's most-threatened lake by the Global Nature Fund.
Bulgaria bus bomb attack linked to Hezbollah and Canadian, Australian passports
Suspects with Australian and Canadian passports have been tied to the deaths of five Israeli tourists in the Black Sea resort town of Burgas.
New BlackBerry launches in Canada, Americans get Z10 in mid-March (VIDEO)
New Z10 now on sale in Canada, but US market still in testing phase for latest BlackBerry smartphone.
'Gangnam Style' cigarettes to debut in Canada
'Gangnam Style,' made famous by Korean pop star Psy, is now being used to market new cigarettes in Canada.
Kathleen Wynne, elected in Ontario, is Canada's first openly gay premier
Kathleen Wynne beat out Sandra Pupatello at the Liberal party convention in Toronto.
Antarctic plane crash leaves no survivors
The wreckage of a small plane has been found after it crashed in Antarctica, leaving no survivors.
Sound reasons to fight Al Qaeda in Mali
Commentary: International action could forestall a protracted war.