The NYPD has dramatically cut back on street searches of pedestrians, with...
Blame it on the job that pays the bills.
The Pan Am Games torch relay continues on Day 33, Thursday, July 2, with a...
Colin Farrell has confessed he is "reluctant" to find romance and is always...
Milos Raonic dispatched crowd-favourite Tommy Haas in four sets
More months of negative growth will put Canada back into recession status,...
“If you build it, they will come.”
OK, a slight misquote from “Field...
It’s been nearly a quarter-century since Roman Hatashita represented Canada in judo at the Pan Am...
Antwan Sherrod stands in front of a McDonald's in Queens where he's been aggressively stopped and frisked in the past.
The NYPD has dramatically cut back on street searches of pedestrians, with no discernible effect on the rate of violent crime
Fire engulfs former Windsor Raceway
Windsor Fire and Rescue remain on the scene of the former Windsor Raceway after a massive fire broke out early Wednesday morning.
Cartoonist Scott Chantler is taking a position at the University of Windsor
The University of Windsor is welcoming Scott Chantler as their first ever Cartoonist-In-Residence for the 2015 Fall semester.
Windsor's most wanted as of July 1, 2015
The Windsor Police Service are currently seeking nine individuals wanted on outstanding warrants.
Ikea candy will be coming to a store near you this fall. Its Pick and Mix shop will be coming to all Canadian Ikea stores.
‘Lördagsgodis’ or ‘Saturday candy,’ (is) a beloved Scandinavian tradition dating back for several decades, in which children were allowed to...
Niagara Falls is one of the sights Star reporter David Bateman says new Canadians have to go and see.
Celebrate Canada’s birthday with poutine and Timbits, because some stereotypes are true
This archival photo shows the town of Port Hope, Ont., taken on Dominion Day in 1934.
While the rest of us raise a glass for Canada Day, some diehard history fans long for a return to the holiday’s prior name
OPP deputy commissioner Brad Blair said 38 people — 26 men and 12 women — were killed on Ontario highways in June, compared to 17 in May.
More than one person was killed every day last month on OPP patrolled highways, making it one of the deadliest Junes in years
Pamela Hebner, a lawyer with Madorin, Snyder LLP in Kitchener, has been appointed a judge of the...
Strike begins at 9 Zehrs and Real Canadian Superstores in Ontario
Saskatoon police finish search of jet diverted to city Tuesday night
Two arrested after annual Cannabis Day protest in Vancouver turns violent
Police say body of missing London, Ont., man recovered from west Toronto bay
Police investigate fatal stabbing at London, Ont., apartment building
Groups seek court order to ease new voter ID rules for fall federal election
Business innovation has continued to fade despite billions in federal cash: memo
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The Tragically Hip
The after-stories of last Friday’s massacre on the beach at a Tunisian resort are only now beginning...
Jay Lyon apologized for criticizing Archery Canada
Profile of three exceptional young Canadians who will help shape the nation’s future
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But regular barbecue fair, such as hamburgers and hot dogs, can get boring so instead the Chicken...
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