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A rescue operation underway for 39 people stuck underground at Vale's Totten Mine in Sudbury, Ont., has successfully retrieved 27 miners.
With the rise in popularity of QR codes at restaurants and other businesses during the pandemic, privacy and cyber security experts are urging Canadians to be cautious in their use of the technology.
Ontario's proof-of-vaccination program doesn't have an official grace period, according to officials with the Ministry of Labour, making it unclear how or when the new rules will be enforced by the province.
As the world's nations prepare to gather for another climate summit next month in Glasgow, the OPEC oil cartel is reminding that, in their view, crude will continue to be the leading source of energy for decades, especially as the world's less-wealthy countries seek higher growth and standards of living.
Three big homecoming weekend parties that took place across Canada on Saturday resulted in the arrests and ticketing of several university students.
Michael Kovrig, who was detained in China for nearly three years, received his first COVID-19 vaccine at a Toronto pharmacy.
Watch as an out-of-control truck narrowly misses other vehicles as it speeds through multiple lanes of traffic in Australia.
Meet Robbie, a robot that is cleaning tables and winning hearts at a Victoria, B.C. restaurant.
An 11-year-old boy's foot was accidentally stabbed by a worker at a haunted house in Ohio.
The Centurian jail in Owen Sound, Ont. is listed for $229,000.