Aaron Driver

Aaron Driver was shot dead by police this month after the FBI tipped off Canadian authorities that the 24-year old planned to attack a major urban centre with a homemade bomb.

Postal workers strike mandate set to expire

Postal vans arrive at the post office in Halifax on Monday, May 30, 2011. It appears contract talks at Canada Post have stalled as a strike mandate for more than 51,000 members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers is set to expire. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Mayor Drew Dilkens

Mayor Drew Dilkens updates public on impact of tornado and coordinated response effort taking place.

Proxima b

An artist's impression shows the planet Proxima b orbiting Proxima Centauri, the closest star to or sun. The planet – which orbits its star at a distance that could support liquid water – is near enough to Earth to send plausible scientific missions within the next generation.

Growing tomatoes

Tomatoes at the Enns Plant Farm covers nearly 25 acres - across 600 rows. Owner Steve Enns shows off some rows where the tomatoes are not yet rip for picking.

Sarnia Police

Sarnia police were part of the effort to rescue and return, via buses, Americans blown to the Canadian side of the river during Sunday's rubber-raft Float-Down event.

Wynne taps Naidoo-Harris to be early years and child care minister

Halton MPP Indira Naidoo-Harris, who is pictured crafting with a youngster, has been named the Associate Minister of Education (Early Years and Child Care) by Premier Kathleen Wynne (foreground, left).

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U.S. border agents conduct Cdn. fire rescue

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Liberals to commit peacekeeping troops, money

Liberals to unveil troop, financial commitments for UN peacekeeping

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Short-notice closure scare 'unacceptable'

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Ottawa won't criminalize cellphone use while driving

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Purloined porker: Pub wants its pig back

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Minister to doctors: do you want a union?

Minister to OMA: if you want binding arbitration, do you want to be a union?

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EpiPen price in Canada not spiked as in U.S.

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Number of female extremist travellers grows

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Police wrap up missing soldier investigation

Ontario police close investigation into death of 19-year-old soldier

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