KELOWNA, British Columbia (AP) — Canada's prime minister is heading to British Columbia to meet with crews battling raging wildfires there. Full Story
British Airways flight diverted to Canada after bomb threat
TORONTO (AP) — A Canadian police official says that a British Airways flight from Las Vegas to London has been diverted to Montreal after a bomb threat.
Russian helicopter pilot rescued from Arctic ice floe
IQALUIT, Nunavut (AP) — A Russian helicopter pilot who spent more than 30 hours on an ice floe after ditching his small helicopter into frigid Arctic waters says he's not sure he would have survived much longer had searchers not seen his last warning flare.
Canadian military commander facing 10 sex-related charges
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — A high-ranking Canadian Forces officer is facing 10 sex-related charges related to allegations stemming from his mentoring of military cadets.
2 Canadian men get 12-year sentences in Ponzi scheme
TORONTO (AP) — A judge has sentenced two men to 12 years in prison for one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Canadian history.
Canadian officer sent to jail in electroshock gun death case
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — A former Canadian law enforcement officer who was in charge when police used an electroshock weapon on a Polish immigrant, causing his death, was sentenced Friday to a two-year jail term for perjury during a public inquiry into the incident.
Canadian prime minister to head to B.C.'s wildfire zone
KELOWNA, British Columbia (AP) — Canada's prime minister is heading to British Columbia to meet with crews battling raging wildfires there.
UN concerned about Canada's new anti-terror law
TORONTO (AP) — A United Nations human rights body raised concerns Thursday about Canada's new anti-terror legislation, saying it could run afoul of international human rights standards.
BlackBerry cuts jobs as part of turnaround plan
TORONTO (AP) — BlackBerry Ltd. announced another round of job cuts Tuesday as it deals with weak smartphone sales and pushes ahead with a restructuring plan.
Canadian-owned infidelity dating site suffers cyber attack
TORONTO (AP) — A Canadian-owned dating website for married people seeking affairs says it has suffered a cyberattack after hackers claimed to have stolen confidential customer information, threatening to publish it unless the company is shut down.
Settlement in runaway train derailment clears more hurdles
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A U.S. bankruptcy judge on Friday joined a Canadian judge in approving a $338 million fund to settle claims stemming from a fiery train derailment that claimed 47 lives in Canada.
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