Police say the pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene.
The debris caused a suspension that began during rush hour. (1)
The group won the jackpot in the next draw.
Construction on the $2-billion project is expected to start in spring 2015 and be completed by 2018. (1)
The photograph was taken on the weekend at a Waterloo target store. (4)
Abdul Monir, 31, died on Sept. 14. He was the city's 35th homicide.
Harper says no decision has yet been made, but the government "will come to the House of Commons with a proposal" that will be the subject of a debate and vote.
The World Health Organization has declared dementia a growing public health concern.
The Canadian study looked at 13 harmful health behaviours among Ontario students in Grades 7 to 12.
The Kansas City Royals came back three times to edge the Oakland Athletics 9-8 in 12 innings and take the American League wild-card game.
Having trouble making heads or tails of the Vladimir Tkachev mess? It’s this simple: had he not played in the KHL, he would be an Edmonton Oiler.
Ryan Johansen and the Columbus Blue Jackets resumed discussions on Monday and Tuesday, according to president John Davidson, and they were characterized as much more "civil" than the last time they sat at the table together.
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