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Toronto mass shooting leaves 10-year-old girl, 18-year-old woman dead
A 10-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman have died after a gunman opened fire on a busy avenue in Toronto.
European travellers stranded for days at Montreal airport
More than 1oo tourists are stranded in Montreal after their flight on a budget airline to Europe was cancelled over the weekend.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel takes pole position in Canadian Grand Prix
Title rival Lewis Hamilton is in fourth position
G7 Summit: American-French relations appear to be back on track
Oxfam urges G7 leaders to tackle women's inequality with "Big Heads" protest
G7 finance ministers isolate U.S.
Canada, Mexico and the EU all plan retaliatory measures
Two suspects detonate a bomb in a restaurant in Ontario, Canada; sever
Two suspects detonate a bomb in a restaurant in Ontario, Canada; several people injured, three critically
Toronto van attack suspect could have links to misogynistic online community
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Canadian suspected of burying victims in flowerbeds charged with seventh murder
Toronto-based gardener Bruce McArthur is suspected of having killed seven men and burying their remains in gardens where he worked as a landscaper.
Emotional vigil held for Canada bus crash victims
A hockey arena became the epicenter of grief for a small Canadian town on Sunday, as friends, relatives and those that housed the young hockey players gathered to mourn 15 people killed after a semi-trailer slammed into a bus carrying a youth hockey team in western Canada.
Canada hockey bus crash kills 14
Facebook suspends Canadian data analytics firm over data scandal
Waiter fired for being 'aggressive' and 'rude' claims he's just French
French waiter fired for being rude says he was simply being French
Trudeau criticised over Indian trip
Some Canadian officials have criticised Justin Trudeau for wasting taxpayers money on the visit. There's only one day of official engagements set aside to create business connections.
Canada passes bill to make national anthem gender neutral
Canadian billionaires were 'murdered'
Police in Canada say billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were part of targeted killing.
Alaska earthquake sparks brief tsunami fears along US west coast
A magnitude-7.9 earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska early on Tuesday, prompting authorities to warn of a possible tsunami in the area and all the way down the US west coast, where the alert was later lifted.
Canada: former hostage Joshua Boyle arrested
Canada: Death of a Billionaire
The mysterious death of a pharmaceuticals billionaire and his wife in Toronto is now being investigated by homicide detectives.
Former international hockey captains have baby
Couple annonced birth on Instagram
Naked individuals charged with kidnap in Canada had drunk 'trippy tea'
A relative said they were "salt of the earth" people and put the shocking turn of events down to them unknowingly drinking "trippy tea" bought in India.
Canada set to welcome one million migrants over next three years
While President Donald Trump orders the closure of an immigrant programme to the US - the Diversity Visa Lottery Program - Canada aims to welcome nearly one million immigrants over the next three years
Quebec passes law banning face veils
Airbus ties up majority stake in Bombardier plane project
Airbus takes 50.01 percent stake in Bombardier for no extra cost
North American family rescued by Pakistani troops
Nearly five years after they were captured in Afghanistan, a North American family have been freed. Canadian Joshua Boyle and his US wife Caitlan