At 9:40 p.m., a sizeable meteor (a small body of matter from outer space that burns and glows brightly as it enters Earth’s atmosphere) was witnessed by several drivers on Lougheed Highway.
When Karim Baratov said on Facebook he’d paid off a mortgage and drove a BMW 7 series at high school, classmates thought he had rich parents.
AKIPRESS.COM – Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry said Karim Baratov, one of four men indicted by U.S. authorities over a massive Yahoo hack in early 2014, is not a Kazakh citizen.
A Victoria-based charity is denying wrongdoing, after being hit by a lawsuit that alleges it misrepresented itself when soliciting donations to fund search and rescue in B.C.
A lawyer for a Canadian man of Kazakh origins arrested as one of four suspects in a massive hack of Yahoo emails said Thursday that the charges against his client may be “politically motivated by the U.S.
OTTAWA – Federal Conservative leadership hopeful Kevin O’Leary alleged Thursday that a rival’s campaign is engaging in fraud and vote-rigging.
Jordan Reaves, the Winnipeg-born football player who is a member of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, has been ordered to stand trial on a serious criminal charge.
Sun, Mar 12: A follow up to the defamation suit against a member of the Surrey Creep Catchers. A Fraser Valley man has filed a lawsuit against Ryan Laforge accusing the group of defamation.
An Ontario student has been fined $25,000 for accessing personal health information, which provincial officials say is the highest penalty of its kind ever in Canada.
A 14-year-old girl was taken into police custody following a stabbing at Mic Mac Mall in Dartmouth Thursday night. Halifax Regional Police say around 7:50 p.m.
Reality TV star and Tory leadership candidate Kevin O’Leary is alleging “widespread vote rigging” in the contest to replace Stephen Harper as the next permanent leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
A young woman was stabbed at Mic Mac Mall Thursday night and another teenager is in custody, Halifax police said. Officers were called to the mall in Dartmouth, N.S.
RCMP and the B.C. Coroners Service are investigating after a Grade 11 student from Vancouver Island died in the middle of the night during a school trip this week.
VICTORIA — A private member’s bill that would make it illegal for employers to require female workers to wear high heels on the job died when the British Columbia legislature adjourned on Thursday.
TORONTO – Embattled Sen. Don Meredith begged forgiveness for his “moral failing” over his sexual relationship with a teenager but said Thursday he was not ready to resign.
Hanging out with Ivanka offers an in to a president who seems to value personal relationships over ideology – but whose brand is coming out ahead in this new friendship?
It’s now 10 guns. You may have read Tuesday about how it was shocking for police in Peel Region to seize nine guns during recent weeks.
The US president has called the agreement the “worst trade deal ever approved” by the United States, while the Canadian prime minister says NAFTA brings billions of dollars across the US-Canada border every day.
Canadian nurses working at Michigan hospitals were shocked last week when border security officers stopped them from entering the U.S.
Embattled Senator Don Meredith begged forgiveness for his “moral failing” over his sexual relationship with a teenager but said Thursday he was not ready to resign.
Sarnia fire officials and the Ontario Fire Marshal’s Office are investigating the cause of an apartment fire on Confederation St. Firefighters responded to the 200-block just before 8pm on Wednesday, after callers reported heavy smoke coming from the …
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in New York on Wednesday to watch “Come From Away,” and spoke to NBC’s Tom Brokaw about Canada’s different approach to immigration.
‘I have caused so much evil’: ex-Mountie convicted of sexually abusing and torturing his son testifies
The former Mountie convicted of restraining, sexually abusing and torturing his son made an emotional apology at his sentencing hearing in an Ottawa courtroom today.
Conservative Senator Lynn Beyak says she has received much support after she defended residential schools in the Senate last week, and is ignoring calls to apologize to survivors of the system who have branded her remarks insensitive and inaccurate.
Calls mount for Senator Beyak to step aside from Aboriginal committee after residential schools remark
The chair of the Senate’s Aboriginal Peoples committee is asking Senator Lynn Beyak to consider resigning from her post after she made “ill-informed and insensitive” comments about the Indian residential school system.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he takes President Donald Trump at his word when it comes to upcoming trade negotiations and continues to believe adjustments to NAFTA will be minor.
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard has announced an independent review into the government’s handling of this week’s snowstorm, after more than 300 people were stuck on Highway 13 in Montreal overnight.
The Liberal, New Democratic and Alberta parties are banking on a Jason Kenney victory at this weekend’s Progressive Conservative leadership vote to bring in new members.
A society based in Saanich is the subject of legal action launched by a Vancouver-area search-and-rescue team. Related. B.C. rescue group says members won’t ask for money by phone.
Police are looking for information about a break and enter at a Ninth Line home in Erin. Wellington County OPP say the break-in and theft took place early Wednesday (March 15) between 12:45 a.m.
Kelowna businessman Brad Bennett will once again board the campaign bus and advise Premier Christy Clark every day of the provincial election campaign.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau surprised the cast and audience at Come From Away on Broadway Wednesday night by taking the stage ahead of the show to speak, touting the importance of friendship between the U.S.
WINNIPEG – The wife of a man who died after suffering an epileptic seizure at the Winnipeg Remand Centre says she hopes the inquest into his death will give his children the answers they deserve.
NEW YORK – A political power-crowd including U.S. President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka, cabinet members and scores of foreign countries’ ambassadors to the United Nations attended a Broadway play about Canada’s assistance to Americans after …
Windsor police and Windsor-Essex EMS paramedics are shown on Lauzon Road where a man was killed after being struck by a vehicle on March 15, 2017.
A Winnipeg woman was shot in the head before her home was set on fire, her family says. Jeanenne Fontaine, 29, was found in a home on Aberdeen Avenue, between Powers Street and Salter Street, on Tuesday after reports of a fire which is now being …
Sault Ste. Marie Fire Services were called to a fire behind Storey Home Furniture located on North Street at 8:34 p.m. Wednesday. Platoon chief Jim Beach told Sootoday that some reclaimed furnishings destined for the dump were ignited.
Police throughout Ontario are expressing concern that reinforced gloves used by some officers could be considered weapons, according to the head of the group representing police in the province.
ALERT CEO and Acting Supt. Chad Coles with some of the estimated $25,000 of drugs, gang support clothing and guns seized in Red Deer, Alta.
With a lengthy closure on Highway 401 dragging into a second day, frustrated travellers and truck drivers were stranded at stops along the highway east of Kingston, Ont.
The U.S. decision to charge two Russian intelligence officers highlights the divide between Trump’s words and the government’s acts, the Star’s Daniel Dale suggests in an analysis.
WATCH ABOVE: With the provincial budget one week away, rural leaders had the opportunity to face off with cabinet ministers during a “bear pit” session at the SARM convention.
EDMONTON – The Wildrose party says with the government signalling more spending coming in Thursday’s budget, Alberta needs a panel of steely-eyed critics to cut costs, similar to the TV show “Dragons’ Den.
The snow in Montreal is subsiding, after leaving more than 40 centimetres on the sidewalks and roads, and a major snow-clearing operation began at 7 p.m.
A former City of Toronto employee has gone from living comfortably in a condo to “hand-to-mouth” and penniless after falling for a West African romance scam.
This time next week is National Puppy Day. If you haven’t already, put the date in your diary. National Puppy Day is a special day to celebrate the magic and unconditional love that puppies bring to our lives.
A movie denied permission to film in Alberta’s mountain national parks is now on location in British Columbia. “We have moved four to five days into B.C.
Ko’ona Cochrane captured a chilling near-death experience on video as the truck she was in plunged through the ice. next play/pause pre 1/1.
Stunned motorists wander around the accident scene… recording images of twisted metal, spilled cargo and chaos. One of 3 crashes in the same vicinity during whiteout conditions… a winter nightmare that left one truck driver dead, and authorities …
There is no doubt that the leadership of a united Alberta conservative party looks like a more attractive prize than Harper’s succession.
Snowshoe tracks have been found leading into avalanche debris but not leaving it in the Rockies near Lake Louise, Alta., prompting Parks Canada to lead a recovery operation for two missing people from Boston.
EDMONTON – Alberta’s opposition parties say they want to see concrete steps to reduce provincial spending in Thursday’s budget.
Premier Brian Pallister’s hold-out position on health funding from Ottawa appears to be threatening federal funding earmarked for a high-tech project promised more than two years ago.
Asylum seekers are coming to Saskatchewan, but not nearly in the numbers officials are seeing in Manitoba and Quebec. Public Safety Canada said RCMP have intercepted seven people who crossed the border “irregularly” – meaning somewhere other an …
A high school teacher in Raymond, Alta., has been charged with sexual exploitation of a student, RCMP say. Jentry Jack Salmon, 33, was charged on Feb. 17 following allegations he had “inappropriate interactions” via text messages and in his conduct …
A clearly unhappy Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre says he intends to get to the bottom of how 300 vehicles– and their occupants – were stuck on the lanes of southbound Highway 13 for close to 14 hours Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.