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Public health officials have blamed the country's illegal drug supply for the rising number of opioid overdoses and deaths.

Taylor Swift and music manager Scooter Braun have been engaged in a highly public debate concerning the ownership of Swift's music.

The Hollywood Critics Association says it will give Denis Villeneuve an award for the distinction at a ceremony on Jan. 9.

The report details allege maimings, torture, sexual abuse and the use of excessive force.

"Poland will be reaching climate neutrality at its own pace," said Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, whose country relies on highly polluting coal for some 80 per cent of its energy needs.

A new study found that female squirrels don't benefit when they move away from their home area. @peggylam_ 

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation announced Friday that it will hold another one-day strike in certain school boards on Dec. 18.

The Trans-Canada Highway inside Banff National Park has six wildlife overpasses and 38 underpasses, but advocates are wanting more.

Many survivors of the New Zealand volcano eruption suffered severe burns requiring skin graft surgery, leaving doctors scrambling to find skin donations.

Finance Minister Bill Morneau has said he expects the Canadian economy to continue to grow, and to be one of the top performing economies in the G7 by the end of next year. @peterzimonjic 


Sunday's pro-democracy march in Hong Kong shows that the pro-democracy campaign has not lost support.

Watch this giant polar bear pet a dog on its head in Churchill, Manitoba

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Texas man shoots armadillo, bullet ricochets back into his face

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The garbage found inside a dead whale that washed ashore in Indonesia included 115 plastic cups, four plastic bottles, 25 plastic bags and two pairs of flip-flops.

In celebration of Halloween, Justin Trudeau arrived for House duties dressed as Clark Kent, Superman's alter ego.

A pizzeria in Winnipeg is paying it forward. Vikas and Shivani Sanger noticed hungry people coming into their shop without enough money for food. So they came up with a solution. Read more:

At least six Canadian Muslim men have been denied entry at the U.S. border over the last two weeks, including a Toronto imam who was set to officiate at the wedding of his best friend's daughter in Queens. @JPTasker