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Ontario man, 60, shot dead by bow and arrow, police seek killer

Police in Kitchener, Ontario say a 60-year-old man has been shot dead by an arrow. It happened early Monday morning in what is being described as a normally safe neighbourhood.

Expectant Fathers also subject to depression: study

In a study from Canada's Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre in Montreal, researchers found that men, too, can suffer depression prior to becoming a parent. The number of expectant fathers who experience depression are significant.

Op-Ed: Justin Trudeau engaged the crowd in Brampton ON pre-election 2015

Brampton - On October 4th, 2015, Justin Trudeau engaged a huge crowd at the Brampton, Ont. rally where he offered hope for Real Change and a better future for Canadians. Working together is vital where opportunities and growth will secure a prosperous Canada.

Torri Higginson faces her mortality in CBC's 'This Life' Special

Torri Higginson tells Digital Journal that playing a dying mom in the new CBC drama "This Life" was "intimidating," but the role made her a stronger person.

Fossil find: New species of ancient rodent-like large mammal

In the badlands of northwestern Mexico scientists have discovered the fossil remains of a previously unknown creature that lived many millions of years ago. The name is hard to pronounce but the creature easy to define: spunky.

Op-Ed: Canadian prime minister takes advantage of constitutional flaws

Opponents of Stephen Harper can thank the Canadian prime minister for one thing. By consolidating power like no other Canadian PM within living memory, Harper has unintentionally highlighted a serious flaw in the country’s political structure.

Canadian events for World Habitat Day

Toronto - World Habitat Day is an annual United Nations event, which takes place on October 5. To mark the event, this year Habitat for Humanity Canada is calling on Canadians of all ages to be part of the country’s affordable housing solution.

Coagulent to stop blood loss, save lives, being developed at UBC

A product that could save lives daily all over the world is being developed by researchers at UBC in Vancouver. The remarkable powder is being designed to travel through the flow of blood and stop bleeding at its source.

Conservatives lead but Liberals close behind in election polls

Ottawa - With less than three weeks to go in the campaign, the Conservatives retain a very small lead over the second-place Liberals in the 2015 Canadian federal election race according to CBC poll-tracker averages.

Rare white lion gives birth to four cubs at Toronto Zoo

Toronto - The white lion population at the Toronto Zoo has increased by four recently with the birth of four adorable — and vociferous cubs. White lioness Makali gave birth to two of the youngsters Saturday, Sept. 26, and then two more the following day.

Canada vote frontrunner falters but race too close to call

Ottawa - New polling showed the former frontrunner in Canada's legislative elections could finish third over its opposition to a popular ban on the veil, as political leaders squared off in a final debate Friday.

Op-Ed: NDP almost guaranteed to make gains in Saskatchewan this election

Regina - When the recent federal election was called, Saskatchewan had 13 Conservative MPs and one Liberal. The NDP did not have a single seat. This time around the NDP looks to be winning several urban seats and one northern riding as well.

Biggest garage sale on earth could last for years, owner warns

Edmonton - A house owner who opened his yard for a garage sale, mid- July this year, has warned Edmonton city council that, if they try to stop his yard sale through legal procedures, then he will fight the battle legally to receive justice.

McDonald's customers soon will place orders by computer

McDonald's restaurants are set to introduce new self-serve kiosks allowing patrons to place orders, and even customize their choices, at the push of a button.

Op-Ed: Few drops of orange and red in huge lake of blue in Alberta race

Edmonton - There may have been an orange crush by the New Democratic Party in the last Alberta provincial election, but this will not translate into a gain of many if any seats in the federal election.

Montreal suspends plan to pollute St. Lawrence River

Montreal - Montreal's original plan to dump eight million cubic meters of raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River over a seven to 10 day period has been put on hold.

Donald Trump's Fox News boycott lasts less than one week

As far as boycotts go it wasn't what you would call a lengthy one. Donald Trump, who tweeted less than a week ago that he was done with Fox News and would boycott them, was back on the station Tuesday evening.

Nova Scotia braces for heavy rainfall and higher tides

Kentville - Nova Scotians are closely watching the latest storm tearing its way up the eastern seaboard. The region has seen the highest tides in 18 years and they could get even higher.

Feeding grey whale swims in waters near Vancouver's Stanley Park

It was the third sighting of a grey whale off the coast of Vancouver's Stanley Park since mid-August. The grey was seen Tuesday afternoon, at least by those walking upon the city's picturesque Sea Wall.

So this goat walks into a Saskatchewan Tim Hortons....

It's not the most healthy of eateries but we all go there now and again, or even every day. So most of us will understand why a goat in Saskatchewan went to a local Tim Hortons. But stay there and refuse to leave?
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