TORONTO—More than a dozen Toronto students on an ill-fated high school trip to Algonquin Park are still making their way back home after the death of a classmate who disappeared while swimming in a lake.
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CALGARY—A man high on fentanyl or some similar powerful opioid caused a series of hit-and-runs on a Calgary expressway and almost overdosed before being revived, city police said yesterday.
INNISFIL, Ont.—Police say four people are facing charges after an incident in which death threats were allegedly made at gunpoint and an officer was bitten by the mother of one of the accused.
South Simcoe police allege two teens were harassing a young woman and boxed her car in at a park in Innisfil, Ont., early this morning.
CALGARY—Canada's veterans affairs minister is urging patience from injured ex-soldiers growing frustrated waiting for a government plan that would give them pensions for life.
The Liberal government promised in the budget it would announce plans by the end of this year for the option of life-long pensions for those injured in uniform.
EDINBURGH, Scotland—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marked Canada's 150th birthday with the Queen yesterday by giving her the Canadian flag that flew on the Peace Tower on Canada Day.
REGINA—The Regina police service is investigating after one of its dogs attacked a civilian during a training exercise.
Police spokeswoman Elizabeth Popowich said on Tuesday night, the canine unit officer and dog were taking part in a tracking scenario where the dog was on a 10-foot leash.
LAC-MEGANTIC, Que.—Residents in the Quebec town of Lac-Megantic marked the fourth anniversary today of the train derailment that killed 47 people and destroyed much of the downtown core.
There is expected to be a church service, an outdoor vigil and an activity at the town's train station.
TORONTO—Hundreds of Ontarians who say they have suffered chronic mental stress due to their job may be awarded workers' compensation if a new charter challenge is successful.
OTTAWA—The head of the Royal Canadian Air Force has refuted suggestions, including from more than a dozen of his predecessors, that the Trudeau government is needlessly dragging its feet on new fighter jets.
TORONTO—The Canadian government will pay former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr more than $10 million, and officially apologize to him, in settlement of a long-running lawsuit, a source familiar with the agreement said today.