Police in Canada look for a connection between discoveries of body parts. CTV has the story.
Authorities say they've identified a suspect in connection with the discovery of a man's torso in Montreal, which is thought to be linked to the finding of a human hand and foot that were separately mailed from Montreal to Otawa.
Canadian police say they're looking for possible connections between the discovery of severed body parts in two cities, including what appears to be a human foot mailed to the headquarters of the ruling Conservative Party.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said Tuesday polls would not change the strategy in Afghanistan, underscoring the fact that he realizes the American people have tired of war.
P.J. Crowley, fmr. assistant U.S. Sec. of State, and Zahir Tanin, Afghan Amb. to U.S. discuss NATO soldiers killed.
Planking is a summertime sensation around the world, but new evidence emerged this week indicating the comedic practice is at least two decades old.
An Internet craze proves deadly as Network Ten's Travis McNamara explains.
The Duchess of Cambridge pays a final tribute to her North American hosts in a red coatdress and maple leaf brooch
The Duchess of Cambridge sticks to a signature color during her Canadian tour, which do you prefer?
The couple met with newlyweds and reached out to cancer patients at the ceremony
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wave goodbye to Ottawa as they board a plane headed to Montreal.
Prince William and his wife Catherine touched down in Prince Edward Island Sunday, winding down the fourth day of their Canadian tour.
Prince William and his wife Catherine arrived in Montreal Saturday evening to a small group of demonstrators who opposed the newlywed couple's tour of Canada and the British monarchy they represent.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kick off their third day in Canada by planting a tree.
Hundreds of thousands congregate in Ottawa to see the royal newlyweds
The royal couple were casual for a barbecue with Canadian youth in Ottawa
The newlyweds don matching suits in a new official portrait released a week before their trip
Five Libyan diplomats have been expelled from Canada after the department of foreign affairs determined that their behavior was "inappropriate."
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A Canadian air force colonel and pilot who was entrusted with flying Queen Elizabeth across Canada has pleaded guilty to charges of murder, rape and dozens of sexually motivated break-ins.
Canadian officials say terrorists planned to construct and use IEDs as part of terror plot in Ottawa.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said authorities Friday took a fourth person into custody in their ongoing investigation into domestic terrorism.
Three men suspected of being part of a homegrown Canadian terror group participating in terrorist activities are in custody, Canadian law enforcement officials said Thursday.
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Authorities in Ottawa, Canada, have made two terrorism-related arrests, a spokesman for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Wednesday.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.0 struck Wednesday in southern Canada, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
An earthquake rocks buildings and sends people fleeing into the streets in areas of Canada. CTV reports.
No. 1 Washington vs. No. 8 Montreal (Series tied 1-1)
OTTAWA (AP) -- The owner of the Vancouver Canucks scored a victory in Canada's top court regarding his hold on the team.
David Perry, a longtime headhunter, says you're wasting your time if you're looking for job postings online. And he should know: he's often the guy on the other side helping companies lure new talent. Perry, who's based in Ottawa, says that in the last 22 years he has accomplished 996 searches totaling $172 million in salary. And the bottom line in today's economy, he says, is you have to tap the "hidden job market."
The natives are restless in Colorado. Avalanche coach Tony Granato, Take 2, appears to be on the hot seat. The team is foundering. Pepsi Center sellouts in what had been one of the most robust American markets are ancient history. So where can a suddenly struggling franchise turn?
One day before U.S. President Barack Obama's Canadian visit last week, Canadian fighter jets intercepted two Russian bombers near Canadian air space, the defense minister said Friday.
Steve Yzerman will be appointed executive director of Canada's hockey team for the 2010 Vancouver Games. The Detroit Red Wings executive replaces Wayne Gretzky, who held the job for the past two Olympics.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he will reach out to all parties during the global financial meltdown after his Conservative Party won in national elections but fell short of a parliamentary majority
The musician is "really lucky" to walk away from the wreck in rural Canada
Prime Minister Stephen Harper publicly apologized to native Canadians on Wednesday for the longtime government policy of taking aboriginal children away from their families and cultures
Shortly after its opening in 2006, I decided to visit the Lodge at Woodloch, a destination spa deep in the Poconos. Upon my arrival from New York, I discovered the property had no cellular service, so I made several calls home from my room phone, expecting to fork over little more than a dollar. Imagine my surprise when my hotel bill revealed a $7.38 charge for each time I picked up the receiver, despite having never actually reached anyone.
CNN Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen talks about the possibility of fake blood going mainstream.
A government researcher said Monday that experimental blood substitutes are linked to an increased risk of heart attack and death, and suggested that studies on people should be halted.
Two-bedroom apartments at $3,200 a month sparking bidding wars. Cash deposits of $6,000 made on the spot. Manhattan? Dubai? Think again. While the rest of North America is mired in housing pain, the market is scorching in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Charlotte Eulette of Montclair, New Jersey, ceremoniously reclaimed her maiden name and slipped a ring from her mother on her newly bare wedding ring finger.
Iran has expelled Canada's ambassador, Canadian Foreign Minister Maxime Bernier said Monday in a statement.
Is John Isner good for tennis? I remember when Mark Philippoussis came around and he had the huge serve but he also had bombs on his forehand. Isner, in my opinion, only has a serve. If you look at his last 10 matches or so, there are a lot of sets that were won at 7-6 indicating that this guy can only hold serve and that is it. What are your thoughts on the rest of his game? -- Mark, Ottawa
A Canadian soldier based in the Afghan capital, Kabul, died of a gunshot wound Wednesday after he was found injured in his room, the defense ministry said.
Gov. Ted Strickland surveyed the heavily flooded village of Ottawa and urged the federal government to declare a major disaster in north-central Ohio
There aren't many layers to Travis Moen, Anaheim's blossoming 25-year-old left-winger. Just ask any one of his teammates to describe him and the response is usually the same.
The obvious question for Ottawa Senators goaltender Ray Emery: Does cockroach taste like chicken?
There is rough justice, frontier justice and administrative justice in the National Hockey League; but in a sport where the only stanzas are the ones that last 20 minutes, there was finally poetic justice.
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Tomas Holmstrom positioned himself in front of the Anaheim net last Friday on a third-period Detroit Red Wings power play. NHL coaches like to call this an example of "traffic," but when the double-parked player is Holmstrom, he creates something more insidious than mere gridlock. He plants his skates millimeters outside the blue-tinted 44-square-foot area that delineates the crease and refuses to budge, raising hockey hell, obstructing the goaltender's view, tying up defensemen, tipping pucks and generally being a miserable cuss.
Ottawa Senators center Jason Spezza, who used to play as if he were saving his 6'3", 213-pound body to donate it to science, dropped to one knee and took a Patrik Elias shot in the chest with six minutes to go in Game 3 against the New Jersey Devils last week. Although the shot block was widely reported, the press might as well have said that a pig had been spotted flying over Parliament in Canada's capital. Indeed when Chris Stevenson of the Ottawa Sun asked Senators players if they had actually seen the block, forward Chris Kelly replied, "No. Like the Loch Ness Monster, you hear about it but you never see it."
The Ottawa Senators are like your troubled teenagers who are heading off to college. You never thought they'd make it, but they have. This doesn't mean they'll land the big job or even figure out how to do their own laundry. Getting through the next phase of life (or next round of the playoffs) will be another challenge, but it is time to forget about past transgressions and failures and pat them on the back for graduating and moving on.
"People talk to you a great deal about your education, but some good, sacred memory, preserved from childhood, is perhaps the best education." -- Alyosha, in Fyodor Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Karamazov
If Sidney Crosby is the face of the NHL, then Evgeni Malkin is about to be the NHL face that appears on a milk carton.
Now that the dust has settled after last week's trading frenzy, consider the business aspects that arose at the deadline:
Earlier this week, the NHL announced the 12 players who were voted in by the fans to start at the 42nd All-Star Game, to be held Jan. 24 in Dallas. The rest of the roster, selected by the league's hockey operations department, will be announced on Saturday afternoon.
There may yet be a change in the way the NHL schedules games next season, but divisional realignment looks less likely than it did when the much-needed concept first was floated before Christmas.
This week the calendar flipped from 2006 to 2007 and in Hockeytown they turned the page on an era neither the city nor the NHL is likely to witness again.
Note: All statistics are through Sunday.
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An international team will review the work of Iraqi election officials, the International Mission for Iraqi Elections said Thursday.
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A global influenza pandemic could come at any time and claim anywhere between 5 million and 150 million lives, depending on steps the world takes now to control the bird flu in Asia, the United Nations said.
Canada's Transportation Safety Board recovered the flight data and voice recorders -- the so-called "black boxes" -- of Air France Flight 358 Wednesday. The plane crashed Tuesday after landing at Pearson International Airport in Toronto.
The Internet casino noted for its unusual eBay purchases acquired Britney Spears' alleged pregnancy test for $5,001, according to a statement Thursday.
Do you put off doing your taxes even though Uncle Sam owes you a nice, fat refund? If so, you're hardly alone. About 10% of us leave this patriotic chore until the last possible day. Some end up jo...
One of three sailors injured in a fire that disabled a Canadian submarine off the coast of Ireland has died, Prime Minister Paul Martin said Wednesday.
Britain has launched a rescue operation to recover the crew of a Canadian submarine after a fire on board the vessel, the UK Ministry of Defense has said.
Canada is once again at the center of an environmental row as it begins the largest seal hunt in more than half a century.
A Canadian man being held in Ottawa on suspicion of links to a terrorist group in Britain will have a bail hearing Wednesday, a judge ruled Friday.
A ninth man has been arrested in southeast England as part of a major anti-terrorist operation this week in which police seized half a ton of explosives material.
Launching raids on two sites in Ottawa, officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have arrested and charged a man with terrorism-related crimes spanning the Atlantic Ocean, according to a statement from the RCMP.
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