Apr 2, 2016

Possible second Viking settlement discovered in Canada

Archaeologists using satellite imagery said Friday they have discovered what is believed to be the second Viking settlement in North America on the southwest tip of Canada’s Newfoundland province. Experts tracked down the site on the island’s Point Rosee peninsula and began excavating it ...

Ex-minister among seven killed in Quebec plane crash amid wind alert

Mar 30, 2016

Ex-minister among seven killed in Quebec plane crash amid wind alert

A small plane crashed Tuesday off an island in eastern Quebec, killing seven people, Quebec provincial police said. Among those killed was former federal Cabinet minister and political commentator Jean Lapierre. Other members of his family were also believed to be among the victims. ...

Former star CBC radio host acquitted of sexual assault

Mar 25, 2016

Former star CBC radio host acquitted of sexual assault

A judge on Thursday found a former Canadian Broadcasting Corp. radio host not guilty of sexual assault in a case that sparked a nationwide conversation about consent and sexual harassment. Jian Ghomeshi had faced four counts of sexual assault and one count of choking ...

Trudeau sees no flood of Americans to Canada if Trump wins

Mar 12, 2016

Trudeau sees no flood of Americans to Canada if Trump wins

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday joked that he is not expecting an influx of unhappy Americans across the border if firebrand Republican Donald Trump becomes president. As Trump’s popularity builds in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, Internet search providers have ...