Dick Van Patten, the genial comic actor best known as the patriarch of TV's Eight is Enough, has died at the age of 86.
Van Patten began his career as a child actor performing on the stage and on TV during its early years. His greatest success came as Tom Bradford, a middle-aged widower and father of eight children who met and married Abby, played by Betty Buckley. The ABC comedy-drama aired from 1977-1981.
Van Patten also appeared in a number of films including Spaceballs and Soylent Green.
Two people are dead after two small planes collided mid-air east of Fort McMurray Sunday night.
Mounties say one of the planes landed safely. The lone pilot inside wasn't hurt.
Meanwhile, a medical helicopter searched for the other plane and found that it had crashed east of the city. When police arrived at the crash site officers confirmed two people in the aircraft were dead.
A cell phone video captured the landing of the plane that returned to the airport.
Warning: the video contains language that may offend some people.
A senior federal cabinet minister says Canadian government computer servers have been cyberattacked.
The message comes after some had difficulty accessing certain government websites.
Denial-of-service attacks are a common means of shutting down a web server.
The Anonymous online collective posted a video on YouTube claiming responsibility for the attack as a protest against the recent passage of the federal anti-terrorism bill.
Saskatchewan siblings who posed naked on a sacred mountain in Malaysia last month have learned their fate.
The "poutine vandal" is no longer at large. A Regina man who posted a dash cam video on Facebook to learn why a woman dumped a poutine on his car has answers to his questions.
Daryl Siba had parked his car in his assigned stall at his apartment building in the Rosemont area on Saturday after returning from work.
What is Canadian cities?
It's a category that stumped contestants on Jeopardy Monday. A video being shared on social media shows how the category "Canadian cities" caused a Kentucky man to lose all his Jeopardy winnings.
A Regina man is sharing a dash cam video on Facebook in hopes of finding out why a woman dumped a poutine on his car.
Daryl Siba was at his apartment in the Rosemont area Saturday night. He had gotten home from work, parked his car in his assigned stall, and gone up to his apartment to watch some TV. That's when he realized he had forgotten something in his car.
The artist with one of the biggest hits in Canada right now will be performing in Moose Jaw this summer.
On Monday, Mosaic Place confirmed that Wiz Khalifa will be taking the stage on July 7, with special guest Classified.
Wiz Khalifa's newest single, See You Again, has reached number one in 95 countries. It holds the record for the most-streamed track in a single day on Spotify in the U.S.
While they prefer to stay out of the water, large snakes have been spotted taking a dip in Lake Diefenbaker on at least two occasions this spring.
Since a photo of a giant bull snake gliding across Lake Diefenbaker between Palliser Regional Park and the Riverhurst Ferry Crossing was reported by News Talk Radio, more people have reported seeing similar sized snakes in the water, and around the shore line.
Regina's new Mosaic Stadium is starting to look like a real football field with construction about 41 per cent complete.