SAGKEENG FIRST NATION, Man.—The killing of a 19-year-old high school student, and a graphic video believed to be linked to the death, has shocked a small Manitoba First Nation that has seen more than its share of tragedy.
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OTTAWA—Celebrity investor and reality-TV star Kevin O'Leary, who rattled Conservative cages three months ago when he joined the party's leadership race, did it again yesterday by quitting a contest observers believe he had every chance of winning.
TORONTO—Liquor Control Board of Ontario staff have voted 93 percent in favour of a strike as their union continues to bargain for a new collective agreement.
Voting by members of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union was held Monday and Tuesday.
TORONTO—Ontario's Liberal government was to release its first balanced budget in a decade today, with a host of new spending measures focused on pocketbook issues it hopes will resonate with voters heading into an election year.
HAMILTON—A fat beaver that got stuck in a fence in an Ontario city has been freed by the soapy hands of a municipal employee.
The City of Hamilton said an animal services officer went to a home around noon on Tuesday, where she found a beaver—carrying excess fat from hibernation—wedged between two metal bars.
OTTAWA—The federal Liberals came to power promising sweeping reforms to the criminal justice system, but now the provinces are championing some ideas of their own as they focus on cutting backlogs in the courts.
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR's most popular driver, announced today that he will retire at the end of the season.
The two-time Daytona 500 winner set an aftearnoon news conference with team owner Rick Hendrick to discuss his decision.
Hendrick Motorsports said in a news release that Earnhardt informed his team of his decision early today.
EDMONTON—Police say a 19-month-old boy found dead outside a church last week was covered in bruises and was horribly abused before he was killed by a blow to the head.
A passer-by found the lifeless body of Anthony Joseph Raine outside the Good Shepherd Anglican Church in Edmonton on Friday.
TORONTO—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his younger brother, Michel, was able to avoid a criminal record after he was caught with marijuana because of his father's connections.
The United States has fired the opening shot in a latest softwood lumber war against Canada, with the Trump administration announcing its first batch of duties on imported wood in the neighbourhood of 20 percent.