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Al Monk prepaid for funeral services at the Highland Funeral Home in 2012.

Toronto family told they couldn’t cremate father because of possible medical implants

Waves from an August 2018 storm that caused four metres of land to erode in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T.

Every day homes in this northern hamlet are getting closer to the sea

About 37 crude oil cars have derailed and oil is leaking near St. Lazare, Man.

‘You can smell crude in the air’: Train carrying oil derails near western Manitoba village

Senior investigator James Carmichael says the accident is being put down to a 'loss of control,' but he doesn't yet know why the train began moving.

‘It was not anything the crew did’: TSB says derailed CP train that killed three began to move on its own

Eritrean refugees want to sue B.C.-based Nevsun Resources over alleged forced labour at its gold mine.

Top court weighs precedent-setting case of human rights breaches at Canadian mine in Eritrea

Upon sniffing the car — her tail wagging and nose bouncing off the van — Doods began to signal there were drugs, but her attempt to sit was impeded by a concrete barrier near the vehicle.

If she doesn’t sit, you must acquit: Man beats drug charge thanks to sniffer dog’s ‘partial’ signal

Michael Kovrig is shown in this undated handout photo.

Former Canadian diplomat working for non-profit reported missing in China

Canadian officials have maintained that they have put safeguards in place — long ago, and before the American alarm — to ensure Huawei isn't a threat.

‘It’s kind of too late now’: U.S. says Huawei is security threat, but telecoms giant plays key role in Canadian infrastructure.

It remains unclear why Norman has been criminally charged over cabinet leaks but Matchett has not.

Court filings in Mark Norman case offer first details of how a bureaucrat allegedly leaked cabinet documents.