Tuesday October 21, 2014

National News

top story

Attack on soldiers in Quebec linked to terror ideology: public safety minister

SAINT-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU, Que. - Police say a car was driven deliberately into two soldiers, killing one of them in what Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney called an act of violence against Canada that was "clearly linked" to terrorist...

posted: October 21,2014

National News

Winnipeg police discover remains of as many as 4 dead infants in storage locker

WINNIPEG - Police in Winnipeg say they have discovered the remains of as many as four dead infants in a city storage locker....

Magnotta murder trial hears from British reporter who interviewed accused in 2011

MONTREAL - Jurors at Luka Rocco Magnotta's murder trial heard testimony Wednesday from an English journalist who met the accused less than six months before Jun Lin's slaying....

Canadian fighter jets leave Alberta military base for Kuwait

COLD LAKE, Alta. - Canadian fighter jets have left the Cold Lake military base in Alberta to join an international combat mission against Islamic State extremists in Iraq....

B.C.'s LNG emissions law greenest, cleanest in the world: environment minister

VICTORIA - New legislation introduced in British Columbia requires liquefied natural gas plants to meet emission standards or face penalties and makes the industry the cleanest in the world, says Environment Minister Mary Polak....

WestJet flight makes emergency landing after report of possible smoke

THUNDER BAY, Ont. - A WestJet flight travelling from Edmonton to Toronto has made an emergency landing in Thunder Bay, Ont., after a report of possible smoke in the cabin....

Commemoration, education, trade all part of Governor General's latest trip

OTTAWA - Gov.-Gen. David Johnston travels to Europe on Wednesday for a week-long visit that will include commemorations of two world wars, as well as discussions of trade and educational exchanges....

Quick Vote

Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.



Lost your password?