Don Schroeder, president and CEO of Tim Hortons, has suddenly left the company, forcing the company to scramble for a permanent replacement.
Liberal MPs chose Bob Rae as their interim leader Wednesday in a decision that was confirmed by the party executive.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will travel to Europe on Wednesday on his first foreign trip since winning a majority this month.
Investigators looking into the murder of Sonia Varaschin are seeking voluntary DNA samples in hopes of catching the Orangeville nurse's killer.
Firefighters are battling a two-alarm fire inside a vacant house near Bloor and Keele streets.
The Canucks downed the San Jose Sharks 3-2 in double overtime Tuesday to win the Western Conference final 4-1.
In the aftermath of the deadliest tornado to strike the U.S. in more than 60 years, Joplin, Mo., braces for a possible second punch.
His 87-year-old mother died of pneumonia a week after her spare oxygen was taken away during a WestJet flight.
There's "overwhelming" public support for Ontario to relax its liquor laws — something the provincial government will deliver this summer.
Towns and cities along the Richelieu River are on high alert as winds force water from Lake Champlain into the river southeast of Montreal.
Anne of Green Gables is being credited for bringing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Prince Edward Island this summer.
A domestic dispute on Montreal's South Shore has left one dead and the other wounded.
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