Men trapped in flooded elevator punched through ceiling to make lifesaving 911 call

Klever Freire says he and a friend panicked as storm water started gushing into the stranded elevator in the Toronto…

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Councillors both fume and applaud as Ford plan to cut Toronto city council leaks

Ontario’s new government is reportedly planning to redraw the City of Toronto’s ward boundaries and cut the number of city councillors…

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‘Luckiest son of a gun around’ heads home after grizzly attack

Jordan Carbery is celebrating, despite suffering a ripped scalp and a chewed abdomen. He knows it could have been worse.…

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Indigenous woman fights to stay in Canada, saying traditional territory is B.C.

A First Nations woman working to revive a threatened language in her traditional territory of northern British Columbia says she’s…

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‘It’s really hard right now’: Calgary couple struggles with infant son’s rare skin disease

It’s a painstaking ritual Suzanne Lamb and Matthew Taylor perform nearly every day on their infant son, Elias. At a…

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‘Astounding’ survey of fly species suggests we might be underestimating global biodiversity

A University of Calgary entomologist recently participated in a landmark study that revealed just how much we don’t know about…

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Sexual harassment allegations against TVO host Paikin unsubstantiated, investigation finds

An independent investigation has cleared veteran journalist Steve Paikin after a Toronto woman accused him of sexual harassment. Ontario’s public…

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Felix the cat has 1 less life after being rescued from Assiniboine River ice floe

Felix the cat didn’t get the message to stay off thin ice, so Winnipeg fire-paramedic crews were called in to…

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73% of Canadians to change Facebook habits after data mining furor, survey suggests – Technology & Science

Almost three-quarters of Canadians surveyed say recent data mining issues with Facebook will cause them to modify how they use the…

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The Ledge: Notley looks to Peter Lougheed for latest salvo in B.C. pipeline dispute – Edmonton

The Alberta legislature kicked off the spring session this week with its most newsworthy throne speech in recent memory.  The government…

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