Canadian Press

Long, successful sewage plant battle leaves Mr. Floatie pooped, ready to retire

Sewage success means Mr. Floatie can be flushed

Saskatchewan environment minister says province will never allow a carbon tax

Sask's Moe to feds: see you in court over carbon tax

Star point guard Kyle Lowry misses Raptors practice with sore ankle

Lowry misses Raptors practice with sore ankle

Mike Tyson lauds Dubai while promoting boxing gym franchise

Mike Tyson lauds Dubai while promoting boxing gym franchise

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair plans to vote in upcoming French election

Mulcair plans to vote in French election

Spurs’ Tony Parker out for rest of playoffs with quad injury

Spurs' Tony Parker out for rest of playoffs with quad injury

Top prospect Pierre-Luc Dubois rebounds to lead Armada into QMJHL final

Dubois rebounds to lead Armada into QMJHL final

AP NewsBreak: Ringling’s final circus to be on Facebook Live

AP NewsBreak: Ringling's final circus to be on Facebook Live

Brief, deadly police encounter leaves lasting reverberations

Brief, deadly police encounter leaves lasting reverberations

GOP moves closer to long-sought goal of Dodd-Frank overhaul

GOP moves closer to long-sought goal of Dodd-Frank overhaul

Southern B.C. storm will bring wind and hail: Environment Canada

B.C. storm, bringing wind and hail predicted

B.C. court approves class-action against province over 2013 fuel spill

B.C. court approves class-action against province

Rivers start to drop, but flood crisis isn’t over yet

Rivers start to drop, but flood crisis isn't over yet

Super Hornets likely cheaper than F-35s, finance officials told minister

Super Hornet cheaper than F-35, Morneau told

Alec Baldwin: Trump is ‘Saturday Night Live’ head writer

Alec Baldwin: Trump is 'Saturday Night Live' head writer

Brazil leads unchanged top 20 in FIFA rankings

Brazil leads unchanged top 20 in FIFA rankings

Canadian in custody in Belize as police investigate Toronto woman’s death

Canadian detained in death of woman in Belize

Some cling to landlines, but cell-only homes now dominate

Some cling to landlines, but cell-only homes now dominate