Three stories in the news today, Mar.

EDMONTON - The president of the University of Alberta is aware of concerns over an upcoming anti-abortion display, but says the school supports freedom of expression.

In a statement posted online, In

BAKER LAKE, Nunavut - Hilu Tagoona was just a girl the first time uranium miners proposed to develop a massive deposit of the radioactive metal near her home town of Baker Lake, Nunavut.

"I was about

Canadian consumers who bought electronics between April 1,1999 and June 30, 2002 are eligible to get at least $20 back following several class action lawsuits against the manufacturers of dynamic rand


MONTREAL - A crowdfunding campaign in support of a Quebec woman who was refused her day in court because she was wearing a hijab has raised over $40,000.

The campaign was launched on Friday to help R

MONTREAL - Between Ontario and Quebec deep freezes, the Maritime snowpocalypse, and British Columbia's early spring, February was a month of extreme weather.

In general, temperatures across Quebec an

OTTAWA - Canada's new foreign affairs minister says he stands with the tens of thousands of Russians marching in Moscow streets to protest the killing of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.


A media report says a Canadian man has been sentenced to seven years in jail in Nepal for molesting a nine-year-old boy in that country.

The Hindustan Times says 71-year-old Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh

TORONTO - The lawyer for a security guard involved in the fatal shooting of two men at an east-end Toronto McDonald's early Saturday says the gun that was involved was "lawfully possessed."

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