A bomb threat at the Saskatoon airport took hours to resolve. Many were stranded because their cars were in a barricaded parking lot, but air traffic continued as normal. By late Tuesday afternoon police confirmed the device was not a bomb.
The city showed off some of their specialized emergency response vehicles Tuesday. The collection included a refurbished bus that acts as the city's central command post, as well as special EMS and fire vehicles.
The Toronto stock market was lower for a second day as a U.S. budget deal and a solid retail sales report fuelled expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve could start cutting back on its monetary stimulus program as early as next week.
Syrians at a sprawling refugee camp in northern Jordan scrambled to batten down their tents against torrential rains and high winds as a blustery winter storm battered parts of the Middle East for a second day Thursday.
Ukrainian officials were heading Thursday to Brussels for talks with the European Union as the bloc's foreign policy chief said the country's embattled president 'intends to sign' at some point a trade and co-operation agreement he rejected last month.
India's law minister said Thursday that the government has not abandoned efforts to make homosexuality legal, saying the country must take swift action to challenge a Supreme Court decision banning same-sex relations.