Second planeload of Syrian refugees to arrive in Montreal

Syrian refugees arrive in Toronto

Newly-arrived Syrian refugee Anjilik Jaghlassian, centre, and her family receive winter clothes and other items at Pearson International airport, in Toronto, on Friday, Dec.

See Full Article

11, 2015. (Nathan Denette/THE CANADIAN PRESS)



Advertisements

Latest Canada & World News

  • A look at some of the deadliest U.S. school shootings

    World News CTV News
    There have been dozens of shootings and other attacks in U.S. schools and colleges over the years, but until the massacre at Colorado's Columbine High School in 1999, the number of dead tended to be in the single digits. Source
  • Suspect under arrest in deadly New York City subway shooting

    World News CTV News
    NEW YORK - A man suspected of abruptly pulling a gun and killing a stranger on a New York City subway train was arrested Tuesday, with police saying his motive for the unprovoked attack was “a big mystery. Source
  • Seoul: North Korea launches ballistic missile toward the sea

    World News CTV News
    A new billionaire has been minted nearly every day during the pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has been good for the wallets of the wealthy. Source
  • Underwater rescue: Spanish divers free whale trapped in illegal fishing net

    World News CBC News
    In a gripping underwater rescue, Spanish divers have freed a 12-metre long humpback whale entangled in an illegal drift net off the Balearic island of Mallorca. One of the divers, 32-year-old marine biologist Gigi Torras, said last Friday's rescue and a little gesture of appreciation from the giant mammal were also a birthday present for her — the "best ever" in her words. Source
  • 14 students and teacher killed in Texas elementary school shooting, governor says

    World News CBC News
    At least 15 people are dead after a shooting at a Texas elementary school, officials said Tuesday. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said 14 students and a teacher were killed in the shooting in Uvalde, about 135 kilometres west of San Antonio. Source
  • Shooter who caused Texas school lockdown in custody: police

    World News CTV News
    UVALDE, Texas - At least two hospitals were treating patients Tuesday after a shooter prompted a lockdown at a Texas elementary school. The nature and severity of those injuries wasn't immediately known, but the shooter was in custody shortly after 1 p.m, the Uvalde Police Department said. Source
  • 15 killed in elementary school shooting; gunman dead: Texas governor

    World News CTV News
    UVALDE, Texas - Fourteen children and one teacher were killed in a shooting at a Texas elementary school Tuesday, and the the 18-year-old gunman was dead, Gov. Greg Abbott said Abbott said a local man opened fire at at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, about 85 miles (136 kilometres) west of San Antonio Source
  • Dog custody dispute between B.C. exes highlights complexity of proving ownership

    Canada News CTV News
    A B.C. woman has been ordered to return a dog she says she received as a gift through a verbal agreement and repay hundreds of dollars for a pet deposit. The ownership dispute, outlined in a recent B.C. Source
  • Suspect arrested after allegedly plotting to assassinate former U.S. President George W. Bush

    World News CTV News
    An Iraqi national living in Columbus, Ohio, was arrested Tuesday and faces federal charges related to an alleged plot to assassinate former U.S. President George W. Bush, the Justice Department announced. Shihab Ahmed Shihab Shihab has been charged with aiding and abetting the attempted murder of a former United States Official, as well as with an immigration crime for his alleged attempt to illegally bring foreign nationals to the United States. Source
  • Forecasters call for 3 to 6 major hurricanes in Atlantic this season

    Canada News CBC News
    The Atlantic hurricane season is poised to deliver another round of above-normal storms for the seventh consecutive year, according to both Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The two weather forecasters released their predictions on Tuesday, estimating that 14 to 21 named storms and three to six major hurricanes will develop during the June 1 to Nov. Source