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The head of NATO is urging Canada to be vigilant about the threat of Russian cyberwarfare both on the battlefield and at home.
One person is dead following a training exercise at CFB Shilo, a spokesperson for the Canadian Forces tells CTV News.
A trio of suspicious fires in a Vancouver suburb is raising concerns that an arsonist may be on the loose.
No winning ticket was sold for the $12.7 million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 649 draw.
Ontario's legislature is expected to pass a bill today that would force striking faculty at the province's colleges to return to work.
Manitoba's premier is giving some more details about a wilderness hike in New Mexico where he broke his arm and became lost.
Much has been made about the potential economic benefits of the new road linking Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., to the rest of Canada, but the town’s mayor and the territories’ premier say they expect other benefits too.
An Alberta animal rescue group says it has saved dozens of dogs and puppies from a town in the far north of the province, including some that were homeless and scavenging at the local dump.
The streets of Abbotsford, B.C., will be lined with blue on Sunday as thousands of police officers from across the country and around the world march in remembrance of their slain colleague.
A northern Ontario town that offered generous incentives to potential newcomers in a bid to revitalize the community says its efforts were successful enough to merit a second round.
A beagle named Sadie Mae is in critical condition in the Ottawa-area after being shot in the head.
A Calgary father is grateful his children are safe after a stranger entered his truck with his two young daughters alone inside.
A prank in Cape Breton is to blame for millions of dollars’ worth of damage in a local Walmart.
Vancouver police are warning the public to be on the lookout after a pair of alleged sexual assaults involving a man wearing a medical mask.
Ontario's legislature is sitting this weekend as the governing Liberals push through a bill to end a strike by faculty at the province's colleges.
No winning ticket was sold for Friday night's $22 million Lotto Max jackpot.
A panel has decided against changing custodial conditions for a British Columbia man who killed his three children during a psychotic break.
The former mayor of Quebec's third-largest city who was sentenced to six years in prison last December after pleading guilty to conspiracy, fraud and breach of trust has been granted day parole.
A longtime Inuit politician has been chosen as the fourth premier of Nunavut. Paul Quassa was chosen by his fellow legislature members following a short campaign and vote.
The newly opened National Holocaust Monument won't be closed for the winter after all. Heritage Minister Melanie Joly says in a tweet that the soaring concrete structure just west of Parliament Hill will remain open throughout the year.