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VANCOUVER — As the RCMP focus their investigation on a mystery woman who reportedly drove former reality show actor Ryan Jenkins to the motel where he killed himself, his parents and the mother of the ex-wife he is accused of killing in California began confronting their grief.
REGINA — Ontario will not try to stop convicted wife killer Colin Thatcher from collecting money on a new book, but Saskatchewan says it has no intention of allowing him to pocket the profits.
The RCMP say they know the identity of a woman who reportedly dropped off Ryan Jenkins at a hotel east of Vancouver days before the accused killer hanged himself.
Minister of Public Safety Peter Van Loan, 2nd left, meets with drug and gun sniffing dog Timber and her handler Canadian border guard Kendy Michaloski, left, following the official opening of the new Douglas border crossing on the Canada-USA border in Surrey, B.C., on Thursday.
Not long ago, it seemed like organizers of the 2010 Winter Games had constructed a gold-medal model on how to put on an Olympics.
PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — Hurricane Bill was on Dan Stewart’s tail as he drove his tractor-trailer from Halifax to Cape Breton on Sunday, but the seasoned driver from Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley said the big storm wasn’t a big deal.
VANCOUVER — RCMP say fugitive murder suspect Ryan Jenkins has been found dead of an apparent suicide in a motel in Hope, B.C., about 90 minutes drive east of Vancouver.
TORONTO — A five-year-old boy who was hit by lightning on Aug. 12 in Brampton, Ont., has died at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children.
Ontario’s volatile summer and the fear of what might be next was on the lips of stunned residents Friday as they surveyed destroyed homes, flipped cars and trees snapped like twigs in the wake of nature’s latest weather drama — tornadoes tearing across the province.
TORONTO — A Canadian woman who was stranded in Kenya by false claims that she was an impostor has launched a $2.5-million lawsuit against the federal government over her three-month ordeal.
MONTREAL — At least two opposition leaders say a federal election just might be the bitter cure needed to rid Canada of the Harper government.
Three prisoners — including two convicted murderers — have escaped from a minimum-security healing lodge in Manitoba.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper was officially signing the paperwork Friday for Ottawa’s contribution to the $160 million upgrade to the Mayo B hydro-electric project in the Yukon.
A former Winnipeg police officer has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting his terminally ill ex-wife.
A man who admitted to repeatedly sexually abusing his own daughter on a Manitoba Hutterite colony will not be going to jail.
A woman accused of murdering 12-year-old John Fulton of Grand Forks, B.C., made a brief court appearance Thursday.
DURHAM, Ont. — An angry black curtain of cloud carved a sudden and destructive swath across southern Ontario on Thursday, killing at least one person as a series of suspected tornadoes flattened buildings, stripped roofs off homes and toppled trees and power lines.
MONTREAL — Canadian soldiers are bringing home from dusty Afghanistan a powerful, drug-resistant superbug that health officials have been worrying about for several years.
MONTREAL — In a legal showdown against a tax-wary former stripper, it’s the Canada Revenue Agency that’s been caught with its pants down.
OTTAWA — The federal case against a Montreal man accused of terrorist ties could be on the verge of collapse due to a dispute over secrecy. The government says it has withdrawn evidence against Adil Charkaoui because disclosing related information to him would endanger national security — a move that might scuttle the entire proceeding.