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Family members of a homeless Toronto man who died after police allege he was swarmed and stabbed by a group of teen girls say the thought of his last moments haunts them.

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Billionaire Mukesh Ambani's son Anant Ambani, center, stands with mother Neeta Ambani, right, and sister Isha Piramal Ambani at his and Radhika Merchant's wedding at Jio World Convention Centre in Mumbai, India, Friday, July 12, 2024. (AP Photo /Rajanish Kakade)
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez have put their 12-bed, 24-bath, single-family home on the market for US$68 million. Check out these stunning images of the 46,000 square feet property from Realtor.com.
Shelley Duvall has died at the age of 75. The award-winning actress appeared in more than 50 film and television roles before retiring from acting for 20 years, making one final movie appearance before her death. <br><br> Here are some of her most memorable roles.

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A rare ammonite fossil 鈥 about 75 million years old - has been discovered in eastern Saskatchewan.

Seven-year-old goalie Hudson Hardill is an unlikely Calgary Flames fan, being that he lives in Peterborough, Ont., and his dad Chris is a Toronto Maple Leafs fan.

A WestJet employee's chance encounter on a recent flight spiced up her life in a big way.

A Kelowna, B.C., man says he's always liked gnomes because they have a 'bit of mystery' to them. And he recently got a taste of that whimsy when his garden gnomes disappeared, and came back to him in a peculiar fashion.

After more than 50 years, Toronto's iconic 'Leslieville dollhouse' will soon have a new owner.

One man is bringing a blast from the past to a Winnipeg community.

Some say a photograph is simply a memory frozen in time 鈥 and a high school graduation photo taken in Churchill, Man. takes that adage to a completely new level.

A rising track and field star overcame a big hurdle in his dream to represent Canada at the Olympics.

Would-be homebuyers who backed out of a deal to purchase a B.C. property in a hot real estate market have been ordered to pay the seller the difference between what they offered and what he was able to sell the home for when the market cooled.