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15 hours 45 min
Elxn Que Liberals 20140306

After his first meeting with his cabinet, Premier Philippe Couillard said Thursday his members will focus on transparency and the economy.

16 hours 55 sec
Eric Dejaeger

Final arguments in the trial of a former Oblate priest facing dozens of charges of sexual abuse against children will be heard as scheduled the week of May 26.

16 hours 1 min
Obama and Honda Asimo robot

U.S. President Barack Obama fielded a soccer kick from a Honda Asimo robot during a tour of a Japanese science museum Thursday.

16 hours 1 min
Peyton at her special blood donor clinic

A special blood donor clinic was held in St. John's Wednesday to recognize a toddler from Labrador City who has a serious heart condition.

16 hours 14 min
Morris fire

A newly-wed couple in Morris, Manitoba, is homeless after their house burned to the ground.

16 hours 19 min
Route 114 sinkhole

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure is expected to have a better idea on Thursday about how much longer a section of Route 114, near Hillsborough, will be closed because of a giant sinkhole.

16 hours 19 min
tour alberta

The Tour of Alberta bicycle race is coming back to the province for a second year and Calgary has been chosen to host the opening weekend.

16 hours 24 min
Brennan Richardson Ottawa Bravery

An Ottawa resident who helped thwart a gas station robbery by a masked man with a Molotov cocktail received a national bravery award on Thursday.

16 hours 32 min

The police constable charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of 18-year-old Sammy Yatim aboard a streetcar last summer has returned to work with the Toronto Police Service, despite an ongoing inquiry into the case against him.

16 hours 32 min
James Forcillo

The police constable charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of 18-year-old Sammy Yatim aboard a streetcar last summer has returned to work with the Toronto Police Service, despite an ongoing inquiry into the case against him.

16 hours 44 min

Two men in Yellowknife have been convicted for cashing fake cheques worth thousands of dollars, but not everybody thinks they should be held criminally responsible.

16 hours 51 min
Philip Pynn outside provincial court April 23 2014

Philip Pynn was among a group of inmates who were brought into a St. John's court over a riot that broke out at Her Majesty's Penitentiary in February.

16 hours 56 min

The pothole-laden St. James Street in Winnipeg topped the list of votes in CAA's annual poll for the second time in three years.

17 hours 2 min

PotashCorp of Saskatchewan is reporting earnings of 40-cents-a-share for the first quarter of 2014.

17 hours 14 min

Annapolis Valley apple growers worry they could be hurt by recent furor over abuses to Canada's temporary foreign worker program.

17 hours 15 min
Dog cold

A committee of council wants to limit the length of time a dogs can be tethered outside in Windsor.

17 hours 25 min

Two men are receiving the Governor General's Medals of Bravery for staging a rescue of an Iqaluit hunter who fell through the ice near Frobisher Bay, Nunavut.

17 hours 25 min
Police block Main Street

A carjacking that started in Selkirk ended with a crash in Winnipeg when the stolen vehicle crashed into a hydro pole.

17 hours 34 min

Ottawa police are investigating after a central Ottawa home was hit by gunshots Wednesday evening.

17 hours 41 min
Crowd hoists the winner

Mushers began the annual Nunavut Quest/Pangaggujjiniq dog sled race Thursday in Igloolik, heading for Pond Inlet.

17 hours 53 min
Forest Glade Library

Ward 7 Coun. Irek Kuzmiercyk wants to add a coffee to the local branch of the Windsor Public Library in Forest Glade.

17 hours 57 min
skpic tess boehm bariatric surgery

Dr. Gordie Kaban, one of only three doctors in Saskatchewan who performs surgeries to aid in weight loss, says people considering travelling abroad for such procedures should be wary.

18 hours 4 min
Brock Friesen

The president and CEO of First Air says it is the first airline in the world to add automatically-triggered, real-time data and live black box streaming capabilities to some of its fleet.

18 hours 16 min

Real-time traffic information will now appear on electronic signs on the Gardiner Expressway, Don Valley Parkway and Lake Shore Boulevard, providing drivers with the latest updates on commute times.

18 hours 19 min
Aretha Franklin

P.E.I. Premier Robert Ghiz has extended a personal invitation to Aretha Franklin upon learning that she is a fan of Anne of Green Gables.

18 hours 22 min
Robert Ghiz

A review of a now-defunct five-year plan to transform the P.E.I. economy is possible, says Premier Robert Ghiz.

18 hours 22 min
Dariusz Misiolek

A priest from Dartmouth is leading a pilgrimage of local Catholics to Rome to mark the canonization of popes John Paul and John XXIII on Sunday.