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Edward Melvin Henderson, a suspected drug dealer, had his cover blown by his own dog. (Prattville Police Department handout)

Cops led to drug suspect by dog

Police in Alabama found a suspected drug dealer who was hiding in tall grass near his home after the man's dog, tail wagging enthusiastically, led officers to him, police said on Thursday.

Spooky spots in city limits

A drive around the city reveals many spooky houses. The following are a couple samples including a houses at 129 Queenston St. which as been decorated inside and out. The haunted house was created by Brian Breen, Jeff Putman, Jackie Dortona and Rick Rivait who have been putting the creepy decorations up for the last month, many of them handmade.

Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair. (CHRIS WATTIE/Reuters)

NDP wants review on intelligence, security

The federal NDP wants a parliamentary committee convened to review whether intelligence and security agencies are adequately equipped to tackle terrorism, rather than have the government push through "partisan" legislation.

A nation’s flag is something that is very important to its identity. With New Zealand recently deciding to hold a referendum in 2016 on whether strip the Union Jack from its flag, we take a look back previous national flags from countries around the world. Which ones do you recognize?

Which countries used to fly these national flags?

A nation’s flag is something that is very important to its identity. With New Zealand recently deciding to hold a referendum in 2016 on whether strip the Union Jack from its flag, we take a look back previous national flags from countries around the world. Which ones do you recognize?

Ontario air ambulance Ornge. (QMI Agency files)

Committee pins blame for Ornge mess

A lack of oversight by the Ministry of Health, systemic operational issues and poor management were to blame for the ultimately deadly mess in the Ornge air ambulance system, an Ontario legislative committee has concluded.