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Home sweet home for the Bluenose II

Home sweet home for the Bluenose II

Onlookers clapped and small boats sounded their horns as the newly restored Bluenose II made its historic relaunch as a light drizzle gave way to a Nova Scotia sunrise early Saturday morning.

Motorcyclist killed by truck

A 24-year-old motorcyclist has died after colliding with a large commercial truck that was pulling into a driveway in Abbotsford. Const. Ian MacDonald says the rider suffered critical injuries when he was thrown from his bike Saturday.

Oilers owner apologizes

Daryl Katz, who threatened to move team to Seattle, tells fans he's sorry
Construction boss: We rigged contracts and paid a 2.5 per cent cut to the Mafia

Construction boss: We rigged contracts and paid a 2.5 per cent cut to the Mafia

Quebec inquiry told that system drove up cost of public works

Captors considered selling boy: document

A 16-year-old boy was sleeping on the streets of Halifax when he awoke to find himself in a van and was taken to a home where two men kept him captive and sexually assaulted him earlier this month, the RCMP say in court documents.

Teen can remain anonymous in cyber-bullying suit

A teenage girl allegedly defamed on a bogus Facebook page can proceed with a lawsuit without revealing her name, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Thursday.
Ambrose defends stance on vote for fetus rights

Ambrose defends stance on vote for fetus rights

Rejects calls for her resignation as minister for status of women

Aboriginal female prison population called 'crisis'

The swelling ranks of aboriginal women in the federal prison system amount to "nothing short of a crisis," says a report commissioned by the Public Safety Department.

Murder charge laid in slaying

Niagara regional police have charged a 35-year-old man with murder in the death of Shana Carter of Grimsby, Ont. Carter was reported missing by her sister to Peel regional police on Dec. 11, 2010, and her remains were found on Sept.

Cops busted in cheese-smuggling operation

A southern Ontario police force has charged one current and one former officer in a "largescale" scheme to smuggle cheese and other food items into Canada. Niagara Regional Police say cases of cheese and other foods were purchased in the U.S.