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Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl after he became entangled in two major sexual abuse and cover-up scandals and lost the support of many in his flock.
B.C. government appointed the Wild Salmon Advisory Council earlier this year to provide insight and guidance
Canadians should be aware of the rules when travelling abroad once Ottawa allows recreational marijuana use at home
The 28-year-old bride, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, is ninth in line to the British throne
Beachfront homes were so obliterated that only slabs of concrete remain
Her Be Best campaign is focusing on social media and online behaviour in part because of “what people are saying about me”
The vehicle Kaden was travelling in was pulled into the river in late February when the driver did not stop for a road closure sign, and the toddler was lost in the water
Trump acknowledged the hurricane at the top of his rally Wednesday night in Erie, offering his “thoughts and prayers” to those in the storm’s path
Allan Shyback was convicted last year of manslaughter and indignity to a body in the 2012 death of Lisa Mitchell in the couple’s Calgary home
Only Nova Scotia had a higher percentage of people reported to have used cannabis in the past three months
Judge James Burke is expected to issue rulings Thursday on defence motions seeking to dismiss some or all of a six-count indictment accusing Weinstein of rape and sexual assault
The exemption — which goes into effect Oct. 18 — will recognize Sikh motorcycle riders’ civil rights and religious expression
Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques had been scheduled to be on the launch of a Soyuz spacecraft later this year
Many homes were ripped apart or washed away altogether where the hurricane made landfall in Florida
Sixteen people were killed and 13 were injured when a semi-trailer and the Broncos hockey bus collided in Saskatchewan last April.
In Mexico Beach the storm shattered homes, leaving floating piles of lumber.
The blast Tuesday evening shut down the Enbridge natural gas pipeline about 600 miles northeast of Vancouver.
The blast forced about 100 members of the nearby Lheidli T’enneh First Nation from their homes
he storm appeared to be so powerful that it is expected to remain a hurricane as it moves over Georgia early Thursday