A small robot made from pool toys is hitchhiking its way from coast to coast across Canada, with only its charm to secure rides.
A man who broke into a shop in Canada has been caught on camera running head first into a glass door on his way out.
Prince Charles compared the actions of Russian leader Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler, it has been claimed by a museum volunteer in Canada.
A small robot made of a beer cooler and pool toys has completed its mammoth hitchhiking journey across Canada.
On Saturday "hitchBOT" a "trivia-loving, wellington-wearing, tweeting robot" tweeted a picture of itself making its way to Victoria on Vancouver Island, Canada's most westerly point.
The robot began its epic journey over 3,700 miles away in Nova Scotia. An artists center in Victoria will become its permanent home after a short jaunt to Seattle and a visit to the First Nations community.
This week I'll be meeting BC First Nations, taking a quick jaunt to Seattle, then arriving at my final destination, Open Space, on Thurs, 21
An iceberg that resembles the face of the superhero Batman has been spotted in Canadian waters.
The iceberg appears to mirror the masked hero's trademark pointy nose, ears and strong jawline.
Mike Parsons, from Round Lake, Ontario, posted the photo on a Facebook page called 'Growing up in Newfoundlands', where he regularly shares pictures of scenery in the area.
Toronto's mayor Rob Ford has given a candid interview in which he admits he was "born an alcoholic".
Speaking on Canadian television, Mr Ford also said his drug use encompassed "everything you can think of", including marijuana and magic mushrooms.
The man wanted by police in New Brunswick, Canada, for killing three officers and wounded two more, has been arrested, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has said.
Justin Bourque arrested by RCMP at 12:10 in Moncton. He is in police custody. Residents of north Moncton can now leave their homes.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police are combing the streets and woods of a normally tranquil city hunting for the man suspected of killing three officers in the deadliest attack on their ranks in nearly a decade.
Suspect Justin Bourque, 24, armed with high-powered long firearms, was spotted three times while eluding the massive manhunt that emptied roads and kept families trapped in their homes in Moncton, an east coast city in New Brunswick, where gun violence is rare.
Footage filmed inside a resident's home in New Brunswick, Canada, shows police exchanging gunfire with the man who shot three officers dead and wounded two more yesterday.
Police are hunting Justin Bourque, 24, who remains at large in the eastern city.
The report contains distressing images.
Armed officers were pictured at the scene of a shooting in New Brunswick, Canada, hwere three officer from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police were shot dead and two others were injured.
The force tweeted: "If you live in the marked area stay inside/lock doors. Roads blocked. Traffic disrupted. Avoid area."
Police are hunting 24-year-old Justin Baroque and say that the gunman is believed to be at large in the Pinehurst area of the city.
A resident in Moncton, Canada, who saw an injured officer being taken away from the scene of the shootings in the eastern city said the wounded woman had head injuries and "looked really hurt".