Quebec municipalities and farmers among those targeted with cuts

Quebec municipalities and farmers are among those targeted by an advisory group set up to review government programs and cut spending. Read more...

Soldier dies at Canadian Forces Base; condolences from PM

Prime Minister Stephen Harper is offering his condolences after a soldier was killed in an "unfortunate incident'' at CFB Petawawa in eastern Ontario. Read more...

Jeopardy's king of kings

A technology consultant from Florence, South Carolina, has bragging rights as the king of kings on ``Jeopardy!'' Read more...

Charest denies report linking him to cash-raising scheme with SNC-Lavalin

Former Quebec premier Jean Charest is denying a report linking him to a political fundraising scheme with engineering giant SNC-Lavalin in the year before he took office. Read more...

Ol' Saint Nick comes to town for the annual Santa Claus Parade

It seems Mother Nature co-operated for today's downtown Santa Claus parade... somewhat anyway. Read more...

Canadian Cancer Society launches "Thingamaboob" campaign

The Canadian Cancer Society has kicked off its yearly Thing-a-ma-boob campaign. Read more...

Chateauguay resident unsure if police officer in sheriff's outfit was a real cop

A Chateauguay businessman says he had to call police to make sure he was being pulled over by a real police officer, Quebec's Labour Relations Board has heard. Read more...

Two dead, three critical following violent car crash

Speeding is to believed to be the cause of a fatal car crash. Read more...

Last chance to get free wine and help the homeless

How would you like to get a free glass of sparkling wine and help the homeless? Read more...

Man who killed mother with hammer not criminally responsible: verdict

The Kelowna, B.C., man who admitted to using a hammer to kill his mother has been found not criminally responsible for the crime because of a mental disorder. Read more...

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