MONTREAL - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau showed up at a Metro station in his Montreal riding of Papineau Tuesday to thank his constituents after the Liberals secured a minority-government victory.
COPENHAGEN - At least two people were injured Tuesday in Norway's capital city of Oslo, struck by an ambulance stolen by an armed man who was injured when police opened fire to stop him.
NASHVILLE - A Tennessee judge has dropped one of the charges against a man accused of riding for 20 miles (32 kilometres) atop a car driving down an interstate at high speeds.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Music artist and actress Queen Latifah is among the honorees being recognized by Harvard University for their contributions to black history and culture.
In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Oct. 22.
Research has found Arctic soil has warmed to the point where it releases more carbon in winter than northern plants can absorb during the summer.
OTTAWA - The Liberals have once more won the most seats in the House of Commons, but this time they do not have an outright majority. So what happens next?
OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau has emerged from a bruising 40-day election campaign with his image tarnished and his grip on power weakened, needing the support of at least one party to maintain a minority Liberal government in a country bitterly divided.
With a slightly weaker personal mandate than he earned four years ago – but a much weaker party standing – New Democrat Richard Cannings is going back to Ottawa as MP for South Okanagan-West Kootenay.
At precisely 9:28 p.m., Kelowna-Lake Country's new Conservative MP entered the ballroom of the Ramada Hotel to chants of "Tracy, Tracy, Tracy, Tracy."
History repeated itself Monday as the federal Liberals' hold on a Kelowna riding proved to be as fragile as it was 47 years ago.
EDMONTON - Alberta and Saskatchewan were painted a solid Conservative blue on Monday, but leaders must now wrap their heads around getting resources to market with a Liberal minority government in Ottawa that will need the help of other parties to remain in power.
VANCOUVER - Former Liberal cabinet minister Jody Wilson-Raybould has been successful in her bid to get re-elected as an Independent candidate.
BRAMPTON, Ont. - Liberal newcomer Maninder Sidhu cruised to victory on Monday in the heavily immigrant riding of Brampton East once held provincially by New Democrat Leader Jagmeet Singh.
MONTREAL - Re-elected Liberal Dominic LeBlanc is thanking voters in his New Brunswick riding from his hospital bed in Montreal, where he's undergoing cancer treatment.
OTTAWA - Andre Pratte announced his resignation from the Senate on Monday night, just as the federal election results were rolling in.
KAMLOOPS, B.C. - Human remains discovered during the reconstruction of a street in Kamloops, B.C., were those of a mother in her 50s and date back more than 500 years.
LAS VEGAS - Hip-hop music figure Jamal "Mally Mall" Rashid pleaded guilty Monday to operating a prostitution enterprise disguised as escort businesses, federal prosecutors and his defence attorneys said.
Convicted murdered Steven Pirko had no idea a surveillance camera outside a nearby restaurant captured the moments before and after he killed Chris Ausman.
CALGARY - Police have charged a man and a woman who they allege were in a stolen vehicle when an officer shot them during a downtown military parade over the weekend.
MONTREAL - Three former senior Quebec provincial police officers including the one-time chief of the force have been acquitted on charges of fraud, theft and breach of trust.
HARTFORD, Conn. - A Connecticut police officer who opened fire on an unarmed couple's car, seriously wounding a woman, was charged Monday with assault and reckless endangerment.
EDMONTON - A man says he defaced a mural of teenage Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg because he wanted to take a stand peacefully and the artist who created it says he doesn't mind.
OTTAWA - Federal parties could be in for a long and tense night as the clock ticks toward the first polls closing in Newfoundland and Labrador in a few hours before the rest of the country begins to follow suit.
TORONTO - The Ontario government is looking for public feedback on a proposal that would give registered nurses the power to prescribe certain medications including contraceptives, immunizations and smoking cessation drugs.
MONTREAL - Police in Montreal say a man was gunned down Monday outside a business in the city's west end in a slaying that appears to be linked to organized crime.
Toronto homicide investigators need the public's help to understand why a 21-year-old man was found shot to death in the back seat of his own car, some 19 hours after two males dropped the vehicle off at a plaza with the man still inside.
EDMONTON - The trial for a man accused of stabbing an Edmonton police officer and striking four pedestrians with a van is coming to an end.
After two years of smoke in the Okanagan Valley and the threats of wildfires, 2019 was relatively smoke free, but speakers at the Wildfire Urban Interface presentation Thursday evening in Vernon reminded those in attendance that “British Columbia is experiencing severe wildfire conditions a…
LONDON - The Duchess of Sussex says her first year of marriage to Britain's Prince Harry has been difficult because of the pressure from Britain's tabloid press.
NEW YORK - The Weather Channel is moving beyond cold fronts and heat waves to wade into the politics of climate change, with a special planned for early next month that includes interviews with nine presidential candidates on the topic.
The following press release was sent to Okanagan media members on the weekend. The announcement is published unedited and unabridged:
TORONTO - Premier Doug Ford has changed the responsibilities of three of his cabinet ministers ahead of the resumption of the legislature next week.
TORONTO - The lawyer representing a Toronto police officer involved in the 2016 arrest and release of serial killer Bruce McArthur says his client will attend a disciplinary hearing once it's scheduled.
DURHAM, N.C. - A search for a small plane continues in a densely forested state park near Raleigh-Durham International Airport, where air traffic controllers lost contact with the aircraft as it prepared to land.
In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Oct. 21.
A United Nations report is highlighting the role "abhorrent" housing conditions play in the poverty and exploitation that Indigenous people face in Canada and around the world.
KABUL - Mark Esper sought a firsthand assessment Sunday of the U.S. military's future role in America's longest war as he made his initial visit to Afghanistan as Pentagon chief. Stalled peace talks with the Taliban and unrelenting attacks by the insurgent group and Islamic State militants h…
BRAMPTON, Ont. - Police west of Toronto say a 15-year-old boy is suffering from life-threatening injuries after a stabbing on Sunday evening.
CALGARY - Alberta's police watchdog has released more information about an incident in which an officer shot a car that police say drove around barriers and towards a military parade in Calgary on Saturday.
TORONTO - The union representing Ontario's Catholic school teachers has decided to vote on a province-wide strike next month.
Hong Kong streets descended into chaotic scenes following an unauthorized pro-democracy rally Sunday, as protesters set up roadblocks and torched businesses, and police responded with tear gas and a water cannon.