Functioning solid gold toilet stolen from Winston Churchill’s birthplace
Police said they had arrested one 66-year-old man in connection with the theft, but had not recovered the artwork.
Freak summer hailstorm blankets Mexican city with ice, blocking roads
One of Mexico's busiest cities, Guadalajara, saw thick, slushy ice creep into local homes and businesses overnight.
INFOGRAPHIC: Map compares most-searched ‘I love’ and ‘I hate’ terms around the world
Researchers in the U.K. have studied people's online search habits and designed an interactive map that shows the most common terms by country beginning with "I love" and "I hate."
INFOGRAPHIC: Key facts about the Keystone pipeline project
A vote in the U.S. Senate on the Keystone pipeline this week sets the stage for the pipeline's possible approval. Here's what you need to know.
New Twitter feature tackling vaccine misinformation an ‘important step’: N.S. chief medical officer
Certain keywords linked to vaccines or vaccination in the Twitter app will now prompt a link to the federal government health website.
‘Bubbles’ steps in to help Trailer Park Boys fan suffering from severe chronic pain
Mike Smith, better known as Bubbles from the Trailer Park Boys, has set up an online crowdfunding campaign to help a die-hard fan living with chronic pain.
Windsor nurses accept new contract after 2-month strike
The Ontario Nurses' Association says in a statement that more than 80 nurse practitioners, public health nurses and registered practical nurses voted to accept the new contract Wednesday afternoon.
Tiger Woods receives Presidential Medal of Freedom from Trump
On April 15, the day after Woods won his fifth Masters title, the U.S. president tweeted his intent to award the golfer with the accolade.
Marineland, Vancouver Aquarium shipping beluga whales out of Canada ahead of new law
Fisheries and Oceans Canada said it has approved permits for Marineland to move two belugas from the Niagara Falls, Ont., facility to Oceanografic in Valencia, Spain.
Gas in Vancouver hovers above $1.70 a litre — is this what the rest of Canada is in for?
The cost of gas is so expensive that residents in the Lower Mainland are driving across the border to fill up at the pump and save some cash.
‘It’s up to me to preserve it’: How Canadians are keeping cooking traditions alive
There's a fear for some children of immigrants that one day dishes their mom made may be lost in a culture of fusion.