The Afghanistan Memorial Vigil is now on display at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. It includes the original 192 memorial plaques from the Kandahar Airfield Cenotaph. The memorial vigil will be open for public viewing from 1 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 2 and from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 3 to Sept. 6.
Pope Francis tenderly embraced children with autism spectrum disorders, some of whom avoided meeting his gaze, during an audience Saturday aimed at offering solidarity to people living with the condition.
In this, the fiftieth year since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, almost 150 more books will be added to the thousands already written studying the man, his era and his death. But the focus of academics and historians may be shifting, from an analysis of the events of that day, to the impact they have had on both the United States, and the world.
After a three-day onslaught that dumped a historic 7 feet of snow on the Buffalo area and killed at least 12 people, the sun came out, but so did predictions of flooding caused by rain and temperatures of up to 15 C.
Authorities arrested three protesters during a third straight night of unrest in Ferguson, Mo. The heightened tension comes amid speculation that an announcement could come soon about whether to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown.
Volunteers hope a book of personal stories and images they've compiled from soldiers who served in Afghanistan will help Canadians remember a conflict that some fear is already fading from the public eye.
Crown prosecutors are standing firm on not charging a Quebec police officer who was driving more than 50 kilometres per hour above the speed limit when he hit a family’s car, killing a five-year-old boy.
First Nations vowed to stand in unity with protesters as police kept up arrests Friday in a Metro Vancouver conservation area where crews resumed survey work for the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
U.S. students fed up with the slim pickings at their school cafeterias are once again taking to Twitter to share pictures of unappetizing -- and sometimes unrecognizable -- food using the hashtag #ThanksMichelleObama.