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.
Biting cold temperatures across the US expected to continue
Canada and Europe are also feeling the chill this week, as extreme cold weather continues.
Philippines courtroom shooting leaves 3 dead, including Canadian gunman (VIDEO)
John Pope, retired Canadian journalist living in Cebu City, Philippines, kills neighbor and lawyer.
Frozen grapes gathered under stars make Canada's icewine
Icewine is almost a nectar that is rich with the flavors of apple, peach and apricot. Its hints of honey, nuts and, maybe, a dash of caramel provide a refreshing counterpoint to a blue cheese or fruit-based dessert.
Smart refrigerator runs apps for shopping lists, recipes
A new model released earlier this month runs apps to help users browse recipes, create shopping lists and manage the expiration dates of items like yogurt and milk.
Algeria: 37 foreign hostages dead, Algerian PM says
Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal has said that 37 foreign hostages and 29 hostage-takers were killed during a siege at the In Amenas gas plant.
Botanist accuses Bank of Canada of using 'wrong' maple leaf on new notes
Plant experts have accused the Bank of Canada of erroneously using a Norwegian maple leaf on its new bank notes.
Canada put 'wrong' maple leaf on new C$20 bill
The Bank of Canada is using a foreign Norway maple leaf as the emblem on the bank notes instead of the sugar maple that the country has on its national flag.
Canadian man gets 14 years for assisting Danish newspaper bomb plot
Tahawwur Rana was convicted of planning an aborted plot to bomb the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
Human Rights Watch blasts Canadian miner Nevsun for Eritrea operation
Report says Nevsun did nothing to prevent forced labor at Bisha gold-copper mine, Eritrea's first.
Native Canadians, Idle No More block Prime Minister Harper's office in Ottawa (VIDEO)
From hunger strikes to economic blockades, Native Canadians divided on how to demand greater rights.
Killer whales trapped in ice have been freed (VIDEO)
The 11 killer whales that were trapped in ice in Quebec's Hudson Bay have been freed after a passage of water to the sea was created.
Quebec killer whales trapped in ice to be helped by team of experts (VIDEO)
About a dozen killer whales are trapped in ice near an Inuit village in Quebec — but help from the Canadian government appears to be on the way.
NHL lockout ends after marathon 16-hour negotiations
The hockey lockout is over after 113 days of stalemate between the NHL and the players' association.
Earthquake triggers tsunami warning along Alaska, Canadian coastlines
7.5 magnitude temblor hits near Craig, Alaska about midnight; tsunami quickly dissipates.
Canadian man brutally beaten for his wild game sausage
David Carlton, of Canadian town Parry Sound, was walking home when he was brutally beaten for a package of wild game sausage he was carrying.
Narwhal smuggling ring busted by American and Canadian authorities
Canadian and American smugglers trafficked narwhal tusks into the US for nearly a decade, charging thousands for the illegal ivory.
2,012 words of 2012
Here are the buzzwords, the keywords, or just plain words, that were uttered time and again in 2012. This was an absurd amount of work. So please click on it.
Next generation US stealth fighters potentially obsolete
New and unconventional imaging systems may render the newest US stealth fighters obsolete before they ever see combat.
Obama tells NHL owners, players 'do right by your fans' (VIDEO)
President Barack Obama weighs in again as NHL lockout reaches Day 90 without new CBA, hockey.
Home videos of Darwin, the Ikea Monkey, posted to YouTube
The former owner of the macaque found in an Ikea store in Toronto posted videos of her illegal pet brushing his teeth and getting ready for Halloween.
Ikea monkey owner vows to get Darwin back (VIDEO)
Ikea monkey owner Yasmin Nakhuda says Darwin is like a child to her, plans to move out of Toronto.
Ikea monkey memes: Darwin the macaque becomes an Internet sensation
The story of a sharply dressed monkey discovered in an Ikea store in Toronto has gone viral.
Movember worldwide record set by Canadian man
Reed Ludwig of the central Canadian province of Saskatchewan grew his mustache to raise money for prostate cancer and men's health issues.
The 10 global cities with the best infrastructure
With pristine mass transit and well organized roads, these cities are the commuter's dream.