Davies commanded 3rd Battalion the Mercian Regiment during a challenging tour of Afghanistan
Police have not yet announced whether charges will be brought
Canada is digging into why these women have faced decades of violence
Vancouver premier says she wants to make the housing market fairer for Canadians, while British economist says a similar move would not work for London
The monks, who live on the Canadian fishing island, said the purpose of the mission was to 'cultivate compassion' for all human beings
The province's historic capital is full of surprises, from modern restaurants and vineyards to a waterfall taller than Niagara
Robin Camp has been suspended for his remarks in the 2014 trial
'That's part of the great arc of history sweeping towards justice'
'Jo used her voice for those who have none, dedicated her passion to those who needed it most'
Robert Hall becomes the second Canadian hostage to be beheaded by Islamist militant group Abu Sayyaf after ransom demands are not met
Toronto Police are currently investigating the reports
Robert Hall is the second Canadian to be executed by Philippine militant group Abu Sayyaf
Officials do not yet know what caused the sinkhole to form
Canadian couple are now facing charges of first-degree murder for neglect of their 15-year-old boy
The red lobster was taken home - but not cooked for dinner
Spain has seen a sharp rise in bookings for this summer, but there's still capacity elsewhere in Europe