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UPDATE: Edmonton police arrest persons of interest in toddler death
WATCH ABOVE: Police are appealing to the public for information as they try to piece together what happened to a toddler found dead in north Edmonton Friday. Shallima Maharaj reports. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial ...
Two arrested after toddler found dead near church [Photos]
Edmonton police release pics of people they say might help in dead toddler case
Edmonton police arrest man and woman in dead toddler case
Long lines in Montreal as French expats head to the polls
The pivotal, and unpredictable, presidential election in France is drawing thousands of eligible voters to polling stations in Quebec. Voters in France head to the polls on Sunday. But for citizens outside the country, Saturday was their last chance to ...
French expats look to vote against political extremism as foreign polls open
Eager French nationals wait for hours to vote in Montreal
Montrealers line up to cast votes in French presidential election
'There's nothing we can do': Rigaud, Que. residents wait out flood
Firefighters and police officers made the rounds Saturday checking on people in Rigaud, Que. who decided to stay in their homes despite the recent flood. The small town, located west of Montreal near the Ontario border, declared a state of emergency ...
Rigaud floodwaters could begin to recede Sunday, Quebec officials say
Flood waters stabilize in Rigaud, citizens praying for a dry Saturday
'We don't blame you': Wisconsin farmers on Trump's blast at Canada's dairy industry
With a single letter mailed from a milk processing company in Wisconsin this month, the Sauer family learned their dream livelihood as third generation dairy farmers was suddenly in jeopardy. The notice, from their milk processing company, told the ...
Catholic school funding decision could extend beyond Sask.: professor
The decision of a Sask. judge which states the province must stop funding non-Catholic students who attend Catholic schools could extend to Alberta and potentially Ontario, says one professor. Kent Donlevy specializes in constitutional, human rights ...
Court ruling threatens students
RCMP arrest attempted murder suspect
Princeton RCMP confirm the arrest of a suspect wanted in connection to a shooting in Oliver Apr. 19. Afshin Maleki Ighani was taken into custody after a dramatic police chase that began around 11 a.m. in Princeton. Princeton resident Chris Jennings ...
Oliver shooter arrested
Afshin Maleki Ighani, attempted-murder suspect, arrested on Canada-wide warrant
Shots fired as RCMP arrest wanted man
Surrey's Vaisakhi parade draws record attendance in massive celebration of diversity and inclusion
The annual Surrey Vaisakhi Parade drew hundreds of thousands off participants Saturday. Jason Payne / PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print. Surrey's Vaisakhi Day Parade has exploded into a massive celebration of diversity and inclusion that flies in the ...
Surrey's Vaisakhi Day Parade draws record 400000 people, say organizers
Up to 400K people expected to attend 2017 Surrey Vaisakhi parade
Hundreds of thousands attend Surrey Vaisakhi parade, including Christy Clark and John Horgan
Lost dog WestJet put on wrong flight found safe near Hamilton airport
After a long, strange plane trip that began in Halifax and should have ended in Newfoundland, Terri Pittman has finally found her lost labradoodle Cooper — near Hamilton International Airport. After enduring torrential rains overnight, Cooper was ...
Lost and found Labradoodle's family 'overwhelmed with happiness'
Missing dog from Halifax found near Hamilton airport
Labradoodle dandy: Missing dog found safe after being placed on wrong Westjet flight
82-year-old fisherman drowns after boat tips in BC lake
An elderly fisherman died after a small fishing boat tipped over in an Okanagan-area lake on Friday. Emergency responders were called to Yellow Lake — about 30 kilometres south of Penticton — around 1:20 p.m. after hearing reports that two fishermen ...
Drowning at Yellow Lake
Man dead after drowning in Yellow Lake
Hamilton man killed near Dufferin and Eglinton in what may be 'random attack'
Toronto police have identified a man killed on Friday night in a parking lot near Dufferin Street and Eglinton Avenue West. Police say the man was Leonard Pinnock, 33, of Hamilton. Next of kin have been notified. Det.-Sgt. Joyce Schertzer told ...
Deadly shooting near Dufferin and Eglinton appears to be random, police say
Hamilton man gunned down in Toronto's west end
Man, 33, dies after shooting outside west-end plaza