A fire at a Toronto transformer station knocked out power to much of the city on Monday, snarling traffic in the midst of a blistering heatwave, but appearing to have little impact on financial markets.
A U.S. bobsleigh athlete was arrested Wednesday in Whistler, B.C., for allegedly assaulting his domestic partner. RCMP are recommending prosecutors that he will be charged with assaulting and threatening his common-law partner.
During a pep rally at a Winnipeg high school, a student recorded two of the school's teachers performing a sexually suggestive dance on the gym's floor, which has been since called "Two Teachers, One Chair".
Two members of the U.S. Olympic delegation -- both gold medalists from previous Olympics -- suffered minor injuries Sunday in an accident as they were traveling in Vice President Joe Biden's motorcade, the White House said.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — In time-honored tradition, the show went on. Despite the training-run death earlier in the day of a luger from the country of Georgia, the Olympics' opening ceremonies were launched Friday night with a jubilant countd...
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that Canadian agents violated the rights of the only Canadian citizen held at the Guantánamo Bay detention center when they interrogated him there. But the ruling, the second concerning the man’s p...
An anti-energy industry activist convicted of bombing oil and gas wells a decade ago was arrested in connection with the investigation into a series of pipeline bombings in northeastern British Columbia, his lawyer said.
BANGKOK — Thailand on Friday promised a fair trial for a fugitive banker after he was extradited from Canada for allegedly embezzling millions of dollars and helping to trigger the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday turned down fugitive Thai banker Rakesh Saxena's request to hear his case, ending one of the longest extradition fights in Canadian history.