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March 16, 2018 1:24 PM Polar bears damage snowmobiles, hot tub in Newfoundland as they begin their trek north early

People in southern Labrador and along Newfoundland’s Northern Peninsula are being cautioned to be on the lookout for the bears, who have begun to move north. ST. ANTHONY, N.L.—East Coast polar bears have begun their annual trek north early, and despite a plethora of sightings police say they’ve been relatively trouble-free — give or take a damaged snowmobile 7

March 13, 2018 7:50 PM B.C. teen rents West Vancouver home to throw party, causing $20,000 in damage

The 14-year-old girl used her parents’ credit card without their permission to rent the home. While no criminal charges were laid, the girl’s family did agree to cover the cost of the damage. VANCOUVER—What police are describing as an “uncontrolled” house party in West Vancouver has caused about $20,000 in damage after a teenage girl rented the home online 16

March 13, 2018 12:41 AM 'Uncontrolled party' in rented West Vancouver home leaves 14-year-old and parents on the hook for damage

Police say officers at the scene had 'basically swarms of teenagers leaving the house' A 14-year-old girl and her family are on the hook for thousands of dollars after a party the teen held at a rented house got out of control. The girl had rented the house online using her parents' card, which they did not authorize. West Vancouver police said they were called 34

March 11, 2018 7:05 PM Brampton advocates urging removal of police from Peel Region schools

Toronto public schools terminated ‘school resource officers’ program last year. Advocates are urging Peel Region to follow the Toronto District School Board’s decision to remove police officers from its schools, citing what they call intimidation faced by Black students. Sixty officers, supervised by eight sergeants and four staff sergeants, are posted 12

March 6, 2018 5:28 PM Toronto, U.S. stock markets fall amid calls for Trump to back down on steel and aluminum tariffs

North American stock markets were in the red in late-morning trading as U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan called on President Donald Trump to back away from his plan for broad international tariffs. Trump's plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports have roiled stock markets as investors have feared they could ignite a trade war and damage the global 14

March 4, 2018 12:20 AM Freight train derailment causes major passenger delays near Kingston, Ont

Trains travelling between Toronto and Montreal or Ottawa have been delayed by at least six hours, said Via Rail. KINGSTON, Ont.—A freight train derailment east of Kingston, Ont., has caused hours of delays for rail passengers in the province and led to cancellations of several Via routes out of Toronto. Trains travelling between Toronto and Montreal 11

March 3, 2018 6:02 PM ‘Painstaking’ investigation begins after massive Streetsville fire

Some 1,100 residents were still without power Saturday afternoon after a massive blaze engulfed a construction site near Tannery St. and Joymar Dr. in Streetsville. Mississauga’s fire marshal will be starting a “painstaking” investigation today after an explosion and a massive blaze engulfed a construction site near a seniors’ residence and a high school 16

March 1, 2018 3:34 PM Passenger suffers burns after cellphone overheats on plane at Pearson

A flight bound for Vancouver was delayed by about two hours Thursday after a passenger's cellphone caught fire while the plane was still at the gate at Toronto's Pearson International Airport. Around 7 a.m., Air Canada Flight 101 was sitting at the gate when a passenger's phone "began to burn," Air Canada spokesperson Peter Fitzpatrick told CBC Toronto 19

March 1, 2018 5:50 AM Thousands without power on Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland with wind warnings in effect

Environment Canada has wind warnings in effect Wednesday evening for South Coast, Vancouver Island Thousands of people in the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island are without power Wednesday evening as high winds batter B.C.'s South Coast. As of 11 p.m. PT, BC Hydro reports approximately 6,500 Vancouver Island customers are without power along with 1,200 in the Lower 25

February 26, 2018 7:58 PM Instant Pot warns of overheating in one of its multicooker models

The company has asked consumers who bought certain batches of its Gem 65 model to stop using the appliance. OTTAWA—Instant Pot says customers who bought certain batches of one of its multicookers should stop using it immediately after some malfunction reports. The Ottawa-based company says on its Facebook page that its received a small number of reports 19