Updated 5:24 pm September 23rd , 2014

'F--k PETA,' says Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq

'F--k PETA,' says Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq

Updated 3:51 pm, September 23rd, 2014

3:19 pm, September 23rd, 2014

"F--k PETA," Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq declared as she claimed the 2014 Polaris Prize in Toronto on Monday night.

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Georgia mom shot by partner uses last breaths to save baby daughter

Georgia mom shot by partner uses last breaths to save baby daughter

2:30 pm, September 23rd, 2014

A Georgia mother is being called a hero for using her last moments to save her six-month-old from her drunk husband.

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Pan Am Games gets another $74M from Ontario government

Pan Am Games gets another $74M from Ontario government

Updated 4:03 pm, September 23rd, 2014

10:29 am, September 23rd, 2014

The 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto will get up to $74M more from the Ontario government.

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Ontario man shares details about Satanic murder-suicide pact in court

Ontario man shares details about Satanic murder-suicide pact in court

7:08 pm, September 23rd, 2014

The following story contains graphic content heard in court.

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Moderate Muslims rally against ISIS
Muslims Facing Tomorrow holds a rally for Christians persecuted by the Islamic State.

Liberals win New Brunswick election
The New Brunswick Liberals have won a majority of the seats in yesterday's election.

Airstrikes in Syria
US launched its first wave of bombing attacks over Syria, but are ground troops inevitable?

Ottawa terrorist plot
Convicted terrorist Hiva Alizadeh has plead guilty to trying to bomb Ottawa in the name of radical Islam.

   
 

Airstrikes in Syria

US launched its first wave of bombing attacks over Syria, but are ground troops inevitable?


Obama's ISIS speech

Emmanuel Ottolenghi shares his thoughts on Obama's strategy on bombing Syria.


Climate march a moral travesty

Is participating in the climate march based on unsettled science a moral travesty?


High-risk sex offender

A BC teen is murdered by a high-risk sex offender who was loose on our streets.


Local comedy talent

The Just For Laughs festival is coming to Toronto and will feature a lot of local talent.


Moderate Muslims rally against ISIS

Muslims Facing Tomorrow holds a rally for Christians persecuted by the Islamic State.


The challenge of New Brunswick party policies

New Brunswick is a government kind of place, and the election is about how to boost the economy.


New Brunswick's political history

New Brunswick doesn't have a natural governing party. It has two: The Liberals and Conservatives, who take turns.

Video of the day

Brad Wall watches Sun News Network

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall let us know that he appreciates our coverage of the New Brunswick election.