The man, 30, had two children in the backseat of his Hyundai car at the time when he was caught speeding on Anthony Henday Drive
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Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale is taking legal action against Mayor Rob Ford over comments made during a television interview.
A rank-and-file campaign launched by two Canadian veterans of Afghanistan to check in on their colleagues and make sure they’re all OK has apparently already saved one soldier’s life.
North Korea on Friday announced the execution of Kim Jong Un’s uncle, calling the leader’s former mentor a traitor and “worse than a dog.”
Twice-married former Canadian prime minister John Diefenbaker — always believed to have been childless — may have fathered not one but two sons, leaving progeny scattered across the country, The Canadian Press has learned.
Critics are demanding to know why Canada Post didn’t consult more with average Canadians before announcing its decision to phase out door-to-door mail delivery in urban centres.
Dan Church is stepping down from his position as Canada’s women’s hockey coach for personal reasons. The announcement comes with the Sochi Games less than two months away.
The Métis Nation of Alberta in Fort Chipewyan is suing BC Hydro and the federal government for $3 billion for damages to the Lake Athabasca delta.
Should Edmonton be looking at heating downtown sidewalks and streets to clear them of ice and snow in the winter?
A notorious door-to-door salesman banned from direct-selling in B.C. for a record 15 years, could face jail time if he continues to rip-off Albertans, says Service Alberta.