A second body -- thought to be the last victim from the weekend collapse of a shopping mall roof -- was pulled from the rubble of the damage mall in Ontario's Elliot Lake community, police said Wednesday.
Authorities in Elliot Lake, Ontario, search through the rubble left by a roof collapse at a shopping mall.
Authorities in Elliot Lake, Ontario, on Sunday were searching the rubble left by a roof collapse a day earlier at a large shopping mall.
A landmark victory allows sex workers the opportunity to hire bodyguards and support staff in organized brothels.
Ontario's top court has legalized brothels, saying Canadian prostitution laws unfairly discriminate against prostitutes and their ability to work in safe environments.
Eleven people were killed and three were injured Monday after a tractor-trailer slammed into a passenger van northeast of Stratford, Ontario, according to Inspector Steve Porter with the Perth County, Ontario, Provincial Police.
Police report that a panel truck collided with a van carrying 13 passengers in Ontario, Canada.
At least 60 people have been charged in connection with one of Canada's largest ever pornography busts, authorities said Thursday.
While many visitors to Canada -- especially those who think Canadians live under a permanent blanket of snow -- are surprised to learn that wine is produced in Canada, their suspicion is always tempered after a drink or two.
A crash between a bus and a tractor-trailer early Friday left the truck's driver dead and 30 people injured in upstate New York, state police said.
Say goodbye to civilization and hello to a remote pocket of the world at these five resorts.
Key provisions of Canada's prostitution law were struck down Tuesday by an Ontario judge who said they endangered the people they were meant to protect.
Police in southern Ontario are hunting for a man who purchased a large amount of ammonium nitrate fertilizer -- enough, officials say, to make a bomb.
NEW YORK -- There is no great lineage of Canadian point guards. There was nothing, there was Steve Nash and then there was a drought. You're forgiven if you can't name the Canadian senior national team's current No. 1 point guard. It's Jermaine Anderson, a former combo guard from Fordham who's grown into a solid point in Germany and Croatia. Or the last Canadian point guard to go deep in an NCAA tournament: That was Collin Charles, with St. John's in 1999. "You'd think that with having Steve from here, we'd have a ton of great point guards," national team coach Leo Rautins said. "But we don't."
As the temperature nears 200 degrees Fahrenheit, I peer through the steam at 75-year-old Pentti Hirvonen. "It's time," he says.
Cross-country skiing is less speedy -- and therefore less intimidating -- than its steep-sloped cousin, downhill skiing. It also burns more calories, as skiers glide along snowy trails and skate up inclines.
Public health officials in Canada announced Thursday that they were looking for 27 people who may have contracted tuberculosis from an infectious passenger during a bus trip in late August
Plus: A memorial fund has been established for the families of those lost in the tragedy
Canadian health officials have linked a deadly listeriosis outbreak to a Maple Leaf Foods plant in Toronto, prompting the company to expand of its recall of meat products.
I can't believe Scotty Bowman is such a traitor! It's bad enough that he leaves [the Red Wings], but to go to a traditional rival in the same division no less? What a classless move. What is he thinking? -- D. Duchesne, Windsor, Ont.
The deal to govern nearly one-fifth of the world's fresh surface water is close to ratification at the state level
A federal appeals court has made it more difficult for employers to snoop legally on e-mails and text messages their workers send from company accounts
A 22-gun British warship that sank during the American Revolution and has long been regarded as one of the "Holy Grail" shipwrecks in the Great Lakes has been discovered at the bottom of Lake Ontario
A Canadian train quarantined after a passenger died Thursday will soon be on its way again, Ontario's top medical officer told reporters.
Runway incursions are on the rise and an air traffic vet thinks he knows why
Budget Travel's Erik Torkels shows us hotels across the world that are thinking outside the box when it comes to design.
Artists and other creative types are having their way with hotel rooms -- and they're thinking way outside the box.
Sweaty palms, jagged nerves, choking insecurity: LEVEL ORANGE.
Plumped up and flying high, the newly mighty dollar is TIME's Canadian Newsmaker of the Year
It's not easy to keep a group of 60 elementary school children seated, but when students from Canada and Burkina Faso gathered in a virtual classroom, they all sat, eyes eagerly glued to the computer screen as they listened to stories about the lives of their new peers.
The Canadian dollar reached parity with the U.S. dollar on Thursday for the first time since November 1976.
General Motors of Canada will cut about 1,100 jobs at a truck plant in Ontario amid slumping pickup sales, the company said Thursday.
An appeals court on Tuesday overturned a 1959 rape and murder conviction that had sentenced a then 14-year-old boy to hang -- the youngest Canadian ever to face execution.
Whether or not you count yourself as one of the millions of people who live by faith, what is undeniable is the impact of faith on society and politics throughout the world.
Magna International is in talks with BMW AG to build a larger version of the upscale German automaker's trendy Mini cars, Canada's Globe and Mail newspaper reported Thursday.
I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU, but I'm starting to take this whole global warming thing sort of seriously. I realize that in saying this I'll offend two groups of people immediately.
I don't know about you, but I'm starting to take this whole global warming thing sort of seriously. I realize that in saying this I'll offend two groups of people immediately.
A couple of Flyers fans lamented their team's recent swoon. ...
Online worlds like Second Life have made a successful business out of getting people to buy and sell 3-D virtual real estate.
Bruce Willis did it, with the aid of a large plastic tube and a set of bellows, in "Twelve Monkeys;" Michael J. Fox did it -- three times -- in the "Back to the Future" series; the crew of the Starship Enterprise can't stop doing it (at least 14 times in television episodes alone); while as the "Terminator" Arnold Schwarzenegger also gave it a go, albeit stark naked.
The wet pet food recall that has killed at least 14 animals and sickened hundreds extended into the dry pet food market Friday.
Former reality TV star and Playboy playmate Anna Nicole Smith died of an accidental overdose of prescription drugs, Seminole tribal police Chief Charlie Tiger said Monday. Several prescription and over-the-counter drugs were found in Smith's system, including three antidepressant or antianxiety drugs, according to Joshua Perper, Broward County medical examiner.
A pet food producer announced Monday that it has beefed up its call center and Web site after a massive recall of its "cuts and gravy" style dog and cat food found in 90 private-label store brands linked to pet deaths and illness.
When Danny Tuff was growing up in Newfoundland, his father often prodded him and his siblings to switch off the lights and turn down the heat. If only there were a way to plainly show how electrici...
You are how you sleep. It's the one-third of your life that most affects the two others. Of course, when your kids are young and you need lots of energy to get through the day, getting a good night's rest can be challenging.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change -- a group of scientists and government officials from more than 130 countries -- issued its most detailed report to date on the links between humans and global warming on Friday.
You turn your head, and your toddler is gleefully shredding the work papers you brought home. Or you put the laundry basket on the floor, and next thing you know the baby's tipped it over and is covered with underwear.
They're stuck in our brains and uttered by our lips: catchphrases from TV shows past and present. You hear them and use them -- so much so, they've become part of the American lexicon.
As part of the "Inspire: Women of Influence" special report, we asked CNN.com readers to send in their thoughts about some of the most influential women in their lives. Here is a selection of the responses, some of which have been edited.
North Korea has claimed a successful nuclear test despite pressure from the international community for the country to abandon its nuclear program.
Developments in artificial muscle technology have enormous potential beyond arm-wrestling competitions. How would you like to see the technology put to use?
According to data released by the Census Bureau, the number of immigrants living in American households rose 16 percent over the last five years. We asked our readers how immigration is impacting their community. Here is a selection of your responses, some of which have been edited:
As part of our Welcome to the Future special report, we recently asked for your thoughts on the future of sports and fitness.
Everyone thinks they know what's involved in creating a new drug: $800 million in R&D, followed by a 10-year machete march through the thickets of FDA regulations. That daunting prospect is hardly the thing to get an entrepreneur's heart pumping.
Canadian police said on Saturday they had halted a "real and serious" terror threat in and around Toronto.
EVERYONE THINKS THEY KNOW WHAT'S INVOLVED in creating a new drug: $800 million in R&D, followed by a 10-year machete march through the thickets of FDA regulations. That daunting prospect is hardly ...
The United States announced Thursday that it had reached a tentative agreement with Canada to settle a bitter trade battle between the two nations involving softwood lumber.
CNN.com asked users to share their success stories in their fight against fat as well as thoughts and tips to getting fit. Here is a sampling from the responses, some of which have been edited:
Low-fat fizzles, not sizzles
Angus Young, lead guitarist of AC/DC, tops Maxim's list of the "25 greatest short dudes of all time," standing tall at 5 feet 2 inches.
Federal regulators are charging that a Canadian firm seeking an initial public offering misled investors by claiming that its board and shareholders were stacked with such political heavyweights as Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan and former presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, according to a news report published Wednesday.
Two men tried to re-enter Canada from the United States early Saturday with handguns and ammunition strapped to their bodies, Canadian police said.
He worked as a commercial diver, retrieving cement samples for Seatec International hundreds of feet beneath the often turbulent South China Sea. It was a risky job, but the pay was good, and "it w...
YOU CAN'T LOOK INTO BIRD FLU WITHOUT HEARING that we're "overdue" for a pandemic potentially as bad as the lethal Spanish flu of 1918. Given the deadliness of the H5N1 flu strain now widespread in ...
Michigan will give up its spot as the top vehicle production locale in North America this year, according to a report in Wards Auto. The new leader will be Ontario, Canada.
Think, just for a minute, about the amount of money you spend on wine in a year. An impulse buy here and there, a few cases for the holidays, a stash for impromptu get-togethers, special bottles bo...
On the morning of June 21, space entrepreneur Jim Benson stood on the tarmac at Mojave Airport and wept. An announcer had just interrupted the pounding rock music on the sound system to relay a mes...
You can thank Research in Motion and its highly addictive BlackBerry for the fact that office e-mail can now find 1.3 million users pretty much anywhere. Co-CEO Jim Balsillie has run the 20-year ol...
A 16-year-old California girl suffered second degree burns Thursday when her cell phone caught fire in her back pocket, according to the Ontario Fire Department.
Startled astronomers peered through an apparent crack in the expanding bubble from an exploded star to glimpse what may be the youngest black hole ever detected.
Canadian authorities called off efforts Sunday to find survivors of a commuter plane that crashed into the icy waters of Lake Erie, leaving 10 people presumed dead, eight of whom were men returning from a hunting trip.
A commuter flight carrying 10 people crashed into the icy waters of Lake Erie on Saturday after the pilot issued a distress call, the Coast Guard said.
I make it a practice never to pass up a meal in a converted mobile home, so the moment I laid eyes on the HALIBUT AND CHIPS sign outside the Roadrunner's Place I knew exactly where I was having lun...
How much spying does your company do--and how much will it admit to? A letter in the Nov. 12 issue of FORTUNE from Squeamish in Seattle, whose boss wanted him to gather product information from com...
Your next computer probably won't be a computer. It'll be a phone, an organizer, or a pager. You'll use it for communications: to read e-mail on the go, to find the nearest gas station, to check yo...
The fast-approaching holiday season is an excellent time for travel literature. With winter weather looming, what better time to dream and scheme about indulging your wanderlust? And what better wa...
Endorsing a pending bill meant to protect Canada from an onslaught of U.S. magazines (including those from FORTUNE's parent, Time Warner), Maclean's magazine calls Canadian culture "a shy, woodsy c...
When it comes to grading quality, J.D. Power & Associates is to cars and trucks what government inspection is to meat. Customer surveys that the California market research firm conducts after the f...
A weaker currency is good for travelers. Does the mere thought of Canada after Labor Day give you the shivers? This should warm you up: The Canadian dollar is trading at an all-time low to the Amer...
Dear Annie: I'm frustrated. I'm 47 and still a job slave. The job's not bad. But I want more! I get ideas! Big ideas! Exciting ideas! Multibillion-dollar-business ideas! I've never been able to bri...
Did you forget to reclaim the utility deposit from the first apartment you ever rented? Or perhaps your dearly departed mother left behind a savings account that she forgot to declare in her will. ...
Although the Warners of Hamilton, Ontario (pictured on page 87) have enough maladies to fill a medical text, they have been well served by Canada's tax- supported universal health-care system. Gary...
Although President Clinton appears to be ignoring Canada's universal health insurance system as he pushes for medical reform, Congress need not make the same mistake. After all, our neighbors to th...
TIME-RELEASE WATER Going on vacation doesn't have to mean returning to dead plants. DriWater Inc. of Sebastopol, California, offers a time-release watering system in two sizes: seven-ounce cups for...
Sure it's fun. Blasting around a racetrack in a hip-hugging Formula Ford is the ultimate four-wheeled fantasy. But high-performance driving schools also offer powerful returns on investment: you co...
Cork Foster, the owner of Berry-Hill, a small mail-order firm in St. Thomas, Ontario, had a mind-popping idea. Instead of using styrofoam ''peanuts'' as a packing material -- customers complained t...
Do you imagine the man in the corner office vacationing only in the Swiss Alps or swank resorts on the French Riviera? In many cases you'd be wrong. Many CEOs prefer to stay on the North American m...
ONTARIO, CALIF. -- A rare lizard seen once in 1985 on the site of a planned industrial park, and never seen again, continues to make its presence felt. The San Diego horned lizard . . . was seen fo...
What's wrong with Canada? It is richer in resources on a per capita basis than the United States, spends much less on defense, and has no large underclass. Yet Canada's standard of living is only a...
BROCKVILLE, ONTARIO -- A son has successfully sued his mother for negligence after he asked her to dance and she fell on him and broke his ankle. Charles Knapp, 29, was awarded $13,000 (U.S. $9,360...