Advertisements

Motorist uses SUV to shield pedestrians from teen driver fleeing Montreal police

About a dozen pedestrians are safe and unhurt after a motorist used his SUV to prevent a speeding teenage driver from slamming into them as he fled officers in downtown Montreal Tuesday, police say.
The incident began at around 12:30 p.m.
See Full Article
 
EDMONTON -- Twenty-seven children aboard a school bus escaped serious injury after it collided with another vehicle on Tuesday afternoon.
The crash happened near 130 Avenue and 85 Street just after 3:45 p.m.
See Full Article
 

Two-year-old pronounced dead after flight makes emergency landing in St. John's

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Police in St. John's, N.L., say a two-year-old child was pronounced dead after an international flight made an emergency landing at the city's airport today.
A spokeswoman with the St.
See Full Article
 

ER visits jumped after valsartan blood pressure medication recall, study says

A large recall of contaminated medications appeared to spark confusion among many hypertension patients who were forced to give up the drug last year, with many turning to hospital emergency departments for medical help, a new study says.
See Full Article
 

3 charged after allegedly stuffing $4,000 of alcohol into suitcase, bag

UXBRIDGE, Ont. - Police say they've charged three men for allegedly stealing $4,000 worth of alcohol from a liquor store northeast of Toronto.
Durham Regional police say two men walked into an LCBO store in Uxbridge, Ont.
See Full Article
 

Sportsnet faces Saturday night challenge after Don Cherry departure

Sportsnet brass made the call to end Don Cherry's nearly four-decade run on Hockey Night in Canada's Coach's Corner after his rant over the weekend. Their next big decision may be even tougher.
With his bombast, insight, experience and over-the-top delivery, Cherry created an institution with his appearances on the popular Saturday evening segment.
See Full Article
 

Delivery of the navy's first Arctic and offshore patrol ship delayed until 2020

HALIFAX -- The delivery date for the navy's first Arctic and offshore patrol ship has again been pushed back.
Irving Shipbuilding in Halifax was originally scheduled to deliver the ship in 2018, but in August that deadline was pushed to the end of 2019.
See Full Article
 

Have you seen Bunny? Stuffed 'good luck charm' falls from Lancaster bomber mid-flight

Flying was nothing new to 'Bunny' — she had been up in air force helicopters and jets before. But the stuffed rabbit took its last flight on Saturday when it disappeared from a vintage WWII Lancaster bomber.
See Full Article
 

Porch thief crushes boy's charitable candy dream, until the community steps up

TORONTO -- After a bag of candy that a seven-year-old Toronto boy hoped to donate was stolen on Halloween night, his mother reached out on Facebook for advice on how to broach the disappointment with her son.
See Full Article
 

'It's unfortunate, sad, but he crossed the line': NHLers react to Don Cherry firing

Max Domi wasn't about to offer his opinion on Sportsnet's decision to cut ties with Don Cherry, but the Montreal Canadiens forward was quick to express his admiration for a man he calls a family friend.
See Full Article
 
A vote in Washington state last week to roll back car registration fees has scrambled transportation budgets — but Pacific Northwest rail advocates are undeterred in pursuing their vision of a bullet train connection between Portland, Seattle and Vancouver.
See Full Article
 

'It was a mistake,' says Don Cherry of the words that got him fired

Max Domi wasn't about to offer his opinion on Sportsnet's decision to cut ties with Don Cherry, but the Montreal Canadiens forward was quick to express his admiration for a man he calls a family friend.
See Full Article
 
A 68-year-old Mount Royal University professor told a Calgary judge she acted on "instinct and absolute terror" when she managed to escape from her home after being severely beaten in her bedroom by a naked stranger.
Janet Hamnett was the first witness at Matthew Brown's trial.
See Full Article