National News

Recent National Headlines

1 to 6 of 341

at 20:30 on April 20, 2015, EDT.

Bail granted for four members of British navy accused of Halifax sex assault

HALIFAX - Four members of the British navy charged with sexual assault causing bodily harm were granted bail Monday on a number of conditions including that they reside at a Halifax military base until their next court appearance.


at 19:30 on April 20, 2015, EDT.

Jets fans embrace return of NHL playoffs to Winnipeg after 19 year absence

WINNIPEG - The first NHL playoff game in Winnipeg in 19 years was all many city residents could talk about Monday.


at 19:28 on April 20, 2015, EDT.

Ship responsible for fuel leak in Vancouver harbour will soon be cleared to move

VANCOUVER - A ship that leaked more than 2,700 litres of bunker fuel into the waters off Vancouver almost two weeks ago will soon be given the go-ahead to dock at Vancouver's port.


at 19:55 on April 20, 2015, EDT.

RCMP allege P.E.I. man had beans needed to produce deadly toxin ricin: documents

CHARLOTTETOWN - The RCMP began collecting the household garbage of a Prince Edward Island man in December 2013 because they allege he had the castor beans necessary to produce a "substantial quantity" of the deadly toxin ricin, court documents say.


at 19:50 on April 20, 2015, EDT.

First death in gang war leads to plea from Surrey, B.C., mayor to stop shooting

SURREY, B.C. - The mayor of a Metro Vancouver city plagued by a gang war has implored those shooting at each other to stop before more people are killed, adding police will get the necessary resources to deal the violence.


at 19:05 on April 20, 2015, EDT.

Alberta education minister fires back at school boards, says they have savings

EDMONTON - Alberta's education minister stepped off the election campaign trail Monday to fire back at school boards who condemned cuts in the proposed budget as a recipe for front-line dysfunction.


Content Provided By Canadian Press.