A Saturday evening mauling northwest of Waiparous left two men injured, one requiring air ambulance transport to Calgary for emergency surgery, and an esteemed wildlife behaviourist believes a grizzly sow is responsible.
Quebec should liberalize its liquor monopoly and consider giving its tax-collecting powers to Ottawa in order to scale back the size of government and reduce costs, a commission reviewing provincial programs says.
The man who admitted killing three people at two suburban Kansas City Jewish sites gave jurors a Nazi salute Monday after they convicted him of murder and other charges for the shootings, which he said would allow him to 'die a martyr.'
A grenade exploded outside Ukraine's parliament during a nationalist protest against a vote to give greater powers to separatist regions in the east, killing one police officer and injuring more than 100, the interior ministry said.
The wrongful conviction of a British Columbia man who spent nearly three decades behind bars hinged on a flawed police investigation and Crown prosecutors who were willing to go to extremes to prove they'd found their man, a court has heard.
A day before Statistics Canada releases new data that may show whether the economy met the definition of a recession for the first half of the year, Conservative Leader Stephen Harper continued to tout his government’s economic record and urged Canadians to “stay the course.”
It wasn't long ago that First Nations people were banned from gathering in large groups, performing their traditional songs or dance. Those laws are now gone and a celebration of the once-forbidden activities draws more than 20,000 people to downtown Winnipeg every fall.
The Hotel Okura, a favoured Tokyo lodging for U.S. presidents, movie stars and other celebrities, is closing the doors of its landmark half-century-old main building on Monday to make way for a pair of glass towers ahead of the 2020 Olympics.