Robin Lamprecht, a resident of Cordova Bay, remembers the day with vivid detail. Fifteen years ago, on September 11th, he was on the 103rd floor of the south tower about to give a presentation.
The Crown is expected to call more witnesses this week to comment on the state of the Algo Centre Mall before and after it collapsed, as the trial of the only person charged in connection to the disaster heads into its second week.
RCMP on P.E.I. have arrested a man and a woman for stealing from vehicles in P.E.I. National Park after a TimCard gave away the location of the accused pair.
Property reportedly worth an estimated $3 million US was "removed" from Drake's tour bus Tuesday during the Toronto rapper's tour stop in Phoenix, Ariz., police say.
The trial of the former engineer who declared Elliot Lake, Ont.'s mall structurally sound just weeks before it collapsed in 2012, killing two women, continues today in Sault Ste. Marie with the Crown calling its first witnesses.
Time is running out for Uber and the Quebec government to reach a deal - they have until midnight or the ride-hailing service will have to suspend operations.
An independent report prepared for the Liberal government says the coast guard fleet is so old that it has almost fully depreciated. The scathing assessment is the latest warning about the state of the service.
The CRTC today begins two days of hearings in Gatineau, Que., on the $25 skinny basic TV package. Many customers have complained the packages aren't such a great deal, but critics wonder if hearings are the best way to solve the problem.
A family living in B.C. paid $6,500 to have their father transported from Victoria to Moose Jaw, Sask., in an ambulance to fulfil his last wish.
Search and rescue officials still hope to find two people alive after two bodies and a boat that sank near St. John's harbour were recovered in the Cape Spear area, in an incident that has touched three generations of fishermen.