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A cup of coffee is keeping a small business in Toronto alive 鈥 but it could also be a death sentence.

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Water restrictions could be in place for three to five more weeks in Calgary, after a scan of a broken water main revealed five more locations inside the pipe that are in need of repair.

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President Abraham Lincoln's handwritten Gettysburg Address from 1863 is among the items on display in the exhibit, "Collecting Memories: Treasures from the Library of Congress," during a media preview at the Library of Congress, Monday, June 10, 2024, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Edmonton Oilers goalie Stuart Skinner (74) is scored on by the Florida Panthers during the second period of Game 3 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup final in Edmonton, Thursday, June 13, 2024.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

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Fancy Pokket owner Mike Timani has decided to create a 220-foot long flat bread to celebrate its 35th anniversary.

If certain goals that are in the Paris Climate Accord aren't met, the existence of polar bears in the Hudson Bay may come to an end.

In an attempt to invite one of the most popular recording artists in the world to the land of living skies 鈥 the City of Swift Current has offered to rename itself in honour of Taylor Swift.

More than a dozen dogs arrived by Cargojet early Thursday morning to the People for Animal Wellbeing Shelter to find a permanent place to call home in New Brunswick.

Peggy's Cove, N.S., is one of the most famous locations in the Maritimes. Recent visitors were treated to more than just the iconic landmark.

Hundreds of fans lined up to meet the Trailer Park Boys in Dartmouth, N.S., Tuesday, as Ricky, Bubbles and Julian promoted their new brand of potato chips.

Car break-ins plague Canadians across the country, but instead of worrying about theft, a northern Ontario woman is cleaning up a big mess that she says will not be covered by insurance after a black bear broke into her Honda Civic and took a nap.

Members of a Hutterite colony in southern Alberta have potentially built the world's tallest structure made of Popsicle sticks.

A dog who spent the first three-and-a-half years of his life suffering and almost a year at a shelter has found his forever home, according to the BC SPCA.