Former president Vicente Fox is warning Canada not to turn its back on Mexico during NAFTA negotiations. In other breaking news overnight, notorious cult leader Charles Manson has died at the age of 83. Manson is infamous for orchestrating the murder of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in the summer of 1969.
In a 6-3 vote, the committee approved the rezoning of a section of Montreal Rd. for the Salvation Army shelter to move from the Byward Market to Vanier. The application will go to city council next week.
The Ontario Liberals tried again today to push through their back to work legislation but once again thNDP blocked it. The bill was tabled today.
Following the normal course, the legislation should get second reading Saturday, then pass on Sunday.
If you thought your hydro costs were on the rise, wait until you see what's happening in Ontario hospitals.
The Brockville General Hospital has seen its electricity rates jump by nearly 50 percent in 5 years. The figures come from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation that's been crunching numbers across this province.
The military has taken over Zimbabwe, as one of the world’s longest-ruling leaders faces a direct threat to his rule. Plus, closer to home, a Sask. woman says she was kicked out of a Chuck E. Cheese location in Regina because she uses a service dog.
Some businesses in Westboro are hoping their combined effort can help find a thief who made off with several poppy donation boxes.
It happened on Remembrance Day captured on surveillance tape being shared on social media.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he reassured Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte that Ottawa is searching for a way to dispose of thousands of tons of Canadian trash languishing in the port of Manila.
A young mother of three has been dealt a devastating blow. The 28-year-old has been diagnosed with ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Now friends and family, even complete strangers, are rallying to fulfill her dream: to take her kids to Disney while she still can.