• Thief returns stolen human toe to Dawson City bar

    mi-sourtoe A thief who made off with a human toe that is used in an infamous cocktail served by a Dawson City bar has mailed it back, Yukon RCMP say.

  • Bill Cosby plans sex assault talks, accusers' lawyer cries foul

    Bill Cosby Bill Cosby plans to conduct a series of free public seminars about sexual assault this summer, his spokesman said days after a Pennsylvania judge declared a mistrial in the entertainer’s sexual assault trial.

  • Coal company sues HBO's John Oliver for defamation

    Jon Stewart-Alums ​Coal company Murray Energy has sued HBO and its Sunday-night host, John Oliver, for what it says was a ‘false and malicious broadcast’ last Sunday evening. It’s seeking financial damages and a court order barring rebroadcasts of the segment’s ‘defamatory statements.’

  • 'We're all tied up in it:' Dance-opera Bearing aims to show we are all residential schools survivors

    Bearing dance-opera A new dance-opera production explores the ongoing legacy of the Indian residential school system by showing we are all survivors and need to heal…[Read more]

  • Ron Howard steps in to direct Han Solo spinoff

    Ron Howard Hollywood heavyweight Ron Howard has stepped in to helm the forthcoming Han Solo film, days after Lucasfilm cut loose original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller over “creative differences” on the anticipated Star Wars spinoff.

  • Bill Cosby trial: panel almost evenly split through deliberations, says juror

    APTOPIX Bill Cosby A juror in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial, the second to speak out after the jury deadlocked in the case, said Thursday the panel was almost evenly split in its deliberations.

  • Prince Harry says nobody wants to be king or queen

    BRITAIN-SECURITY/ROYALS Prince Harry said no one in Britain’s royal family wants to be king or queen and criticised a decision to force him to parade behind his mother Princess Diana’s coffin after her death in 1997, according to an interview with a U.S. magazine.

  • Bill Cosby judge says jurors' identities can be released

    APTOPIX Bill Cosby The Pennsylvania judge who presided over Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial is releasing the identities of the jurors who deadlocked in the case.

  • George Clooney selling tequila brand in $1B US deal

    Britain Cindy Crawford Book Launch Global liquor behemoth Diageo says it will pay up to $1 billion US to buy a tequila brand co-founded by movie star George Clooney.

  • A class of her own: Saskatchewan high school grad celebrates solo

    Chelsea Kennedy Chelsea Kennedy had about 70 people attend her high school graduation. The only difference from a typical celebration: she was the only one wearing a cap and gown.

  • A class of her own: Sask. high school graduate celebrates solo

    Chelsea Kennedy Chelsea Kennedy had about 70 people attend her high school graduation. The only difference from a typical celebration: she was the only one donning a cap and gown.

  • Freak snowstorm doesn't stop 4 who complete Yukon-Alaska bike relay — by unicycle

    Uniquest For the 1st time in 25 years, a freak snowstorm cancelled the annual Yukon-Alaska bike relay. Word didn’t reach Ned Rozbicki and his unicycle relay team.

  • 'This is for the people': Northern Ontario artist carves tree for residential school survivors

    Protector of the children Stacy Sauve, 48, is sculpting a white willow tree in Spanish, Ont., from a vision she had to create awareness about residential schools and to immortalize survivors.

  • Indigenous stories spotlighted in Canada 150 play at Stratford Festival

    Buscemi/Nahwegahbow Four years ago, Stratford Festival embarked on a mission to better reflect today’s world, which meant diversifying its stories, cast and people behind the scenes.

  • New Hampshire joins longest lobster roll battle, P.E.I. vows to fight back

    New Hampshire lobster roll record A restaurant in New Hampshire believes it’s wrestled away the world’s longest lobster roll title from P.E.I.

  • Star Wars Han Solo spinoff movie loses directors

    Han Solo ​There’s been a disturbance in the force and the young Han Solo film is suddenly without a director. Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy said Tuesday that the Star Wars spinoff is parting ways with directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller due to different creative visions on the film.

  • Microsoft's Xbox One X makes case for 4K gaming, but who wants to play?

    AFP_PJ3X7 When it launches this November, Microsoft’s Xbox One X will be the most powerful gaming console on the market. But what does it offer consumers?

  • Video shows eagle stealing filet o' fish off B.C. boat

    Salmon video Ashton Phillips was on a Father’s Day fishing trip in Kyuquot, B.C., when he captured a video of an eagle swooping down to grab a piece of salmon.

  • Actor Colm Feore, Tom Clark on panel to choose new CBC board members

    Tom Clark, Colm Feore The federal Liberals have put together a star-studded cast to help choose new members of the public broadcaster’s board of directors.

  • Will Cosby jurors be named? Judge to rule on Wednesday

    PEOPLE-COSBY/ The judge who presided over Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial will decide Wednesday whether to identify jurors who deadlocked in the case after a week of deliberations.

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