A group of friends in Canada helped rescue a goose they found caught in some fishing line at a local river.
Two men cut the line off the distressed goose after hearing it was making strange noises and swimming into the water to to capture it.
"This is why you don't leave your fishing equipment in the water," one man said. "Clean up after yourself."
The pair cut some of the wire off the...
In a new twist on uses for Viagra, doctors at the Montreal Children’s Hospital are giving some preemies the medication as part of a highly promising clinical trial.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Although the diamond-shaped blue pill has long been marketed for male impotence, pediatricians have also been using it for more than a decade to treat pulmonary hypertension in infants. And a...
A man threatened to kill himself with a staple and allegedly bit a guard in a Prince Albert courtroom after learning he will face penitentiary time for repeatedly raping a young girl.
The 28-year-old man, whose name cannot be published to protect the identity of the victim, was convicted of sexual assault and sexual interference after a trial last month. The abuse happened in Prince Albert...
As of Dec. 1, cellphone customers can ask their provider to unlock their phones free of charge, the CRTC announced Thursday. At the same time, it said, all newly purchased mobile devices must be provided to customers unlocked.
"It's a big step forward," said Rose Behar, senior reporter for the tech site MobileSyrup in Toronto.
Two Canadians, at least one a resident of Toronto, have been charged in the beating of peaceful protesters outside the Washington, D.C. residence of the Turkish ambassador to the United States.
Toronto’s Ahmet Dereci, a devoted supporter of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was captured on video joining Erdogan’s bodyguards in a May attack that sent nine people to the hospital and...
Canadian officials have expressed outrage over the case of a homeless woman who was jailed after being raped and kept in prison with her attacker.
The indigenous woman, who is not being named, was brutally attacked in an Edmonton apartment in 2014.
She went to police but was jailed for not answering questions, and forced to testify while wearing leg shackles.
Alberta Justice Minister...
A picture of a man in Canada calmly mowing his lawn with a menacing tornado swirling in the background has gone viral on social media.
Theunis Wessels was "fully aware" of the twister but "wasn't worried at all", his wife Cecilia, who took the photo, told the BBC.
She said the tornado was about 2km (1.25 miles) from their house in Three Hills, Alberta - much further away than it appeared in...
A state of emergency has been declared in the Canadian city of Montreal due to flooding caused by torrential rains and melting snow.
The measure was declared on Sunday afternoon and will remain in place for 48 hours, city officials said.
Across the province of Quebec, in Canada's east, nearly 1,900 homes have already been flooded across 126 towns and cities, authorities say.
Canada is considering multiple trade actions, including banning U.S. coal export, in response to "unfair" U.S. tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told British Columbia Premier Christy Clark he was "carefully and seriously" considering a coal trade action. British Columbia is one of Canada's largest producers of lumber.
Trudeau said Friday the government is...
Bottles of a popular gin have been recalled across Canada after a batch was found to contain nearly twice the amount of advertised alcohol.
Officials said the 1.14 litre bottles of Bombay Sapphire London Dry Gin should have had 40% alcohol content by volume when the actual figure was 77%.
They said the problem had been traced back to the production line.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency...