United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks at a joint news conference with Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague, not pictured, at the Foreign Secretary's official residence in London, Friday July 27, 2012.
A hill in downtown Montreal was transformed into a veritable slip and slide Monday morning after a light dusting of snow blanketed the city. In a video posted to Facebook by Montreal-based designer Willem Shepherd, city buses, cars, trucks and even a police cruiser skid into each other in a series of slow-motion slides down the city’s steep Côte du Beaver Hall road.
To celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial in 2017, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra recorded the national anthem in the 12 most commonly spoken languages nationwide, using data from Statistics Canada. The Canadian anthem was performed in Arabic, American Sign Language, Cree, English, French, German, Italian, Mandarin, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog, and Tamil.
The defence is arguing its case today at the trial of a woman who treated her son with dandelion tea and oil of oregano before he died of a strep infection.
Tamara Lovett's trial is entering its second week in a Calgary courtroom.
A 36-year-old New York man was arrested after allegedly threatening to slice the throat of an off-duty female Muslim cop.
The suspect, Christopher Nelson, was arrested during the weekend on charges of menacing as a hate crime and aggravated harassment in Brooklyn after allegedly verbally attacking NYPD officer Aml Elsokary, who wears a hijab.
Education Minister Karen Casey says Nova Scotia schools will reopen Tuesday following a one-day shutdown, after an agreement over student safety during a planned work-to-rule campaign was reached with the teachers union.
Casey said a consensus was reached with the Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU) on parts of a work-to-rule job action that she feared would endanger students.
ORLANDO, Fla. — The owner of the Florida nightclub where the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history took place said Monday that she is no longer interested in selling the property to the city of Orlando.
Celebrating Christmas ain’t cheap in the Big Apple.
According to the New York Post, Christmas trees are selling for upwards of US$1,000 in the tony Manhattan neighbourhood of Greenwich Village.
The 13-foot white firs are selling for an incredible $77 per foot, said Greenwich Village tree seller Heather Neville.
U.S. president-elect Donald Trump isn't saying what he'll do about the $3.8 billion US, four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline once he takes office in January.
Trump spokesman Jason Miller said Monday that the incoming president supports construction of the pipeline.
How do you react when a wild kangaroo gets your beloved pooch in a nasty headlock?
Throw your best right cross, naturally.
No, that isn’t a poor attempt at a joke. It was zookeeper Greig Tonkins’ actual reaction when his dog, Max, got into a scuffle with the deadly ‘roo.
A UN investigation into allegations of sexual abuse by peacekeepers in the Central African Republic has identified 41 of the alleged perpetrators.
UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said Monday that the four-month-long investigation identified 25 peacekeepers from Burundi and 16 from Gabon as suspects in connection with the incidents that allegedly occurred between 2014 and 2015.