Derek Puffer, the man charged in connection to a double homicide in Braeside in 2013, testified in court on Wednesday that he followed the commands of voices in his head which demanded he stab his mother and stepfather.
Students and government officials in Hong Kong faced each other to discuss bringing an end to three weeks of protests, but it seemed to do little good on Wednesday as protesters remained in the streets.
It is essential for the bulk of Canadian economic activity to begin shifting from the backs of households to business investment and exports, the Bank of Canada said Wednesday as it kept its trend-setting interest rate fixed at one per cent.
Lawmakers in Iraq's largely autonomous Kurdish region voted Wednesday to authorize sending Kurdish fighters known as peshmerga to help defend the embattled town of Kobani in Syria, where fellow Kurds are facing an onslaught by militants of the Islamic State group.
Two Myanmar migrant workers have retracted their confessions to killing two British travellers on a southern Thai resort island and now claim to have neither raped the female victim nor slain the pair, the men's lawyers said Wednesday.
A second ship was preparing to join the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in a remote patch of the Indian Ocean on Wednesday, as Malaysia's defence minister expressed confidence the plane will be found.
The driver of the snowplow that apparently caused the plane carrying the Total CEO to crash at a Moscow airport says he neither saw nor heard the private jet as it sped toward him down the runway in the dark.