Mpls. Mayor On Canada Legalizing Pot: ‘Let’s Make Minnesota Next’Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey isn’t beating around the bush when it comes to his response to Canada becoming the second nation to legalize marijuana
Reality Check: Canada's 'National Security Threat' To U.S.Minnesota companies will be hit with huge tariffs on products they export to Canada starting July 1.
Reality Check: Trump's Tariffs & Canadian RetaliationThe president cites national security for imposing a 25 percent tariff on Canadian steel, and 10 percent on aluminum. Canada is reciprocating, and Minnesota iron ore is a target.
‘Saddest Thing I’ve Heard In A Long Time’: Wild Coach On Tragic Bus CrashMinnesota Wild coach Bruce Boudreau expressed his sorrow Saturday over the crash in Canada that left several members of a junior league hockey team dead.
15 Dead In Bus Crash Involving Canadian Hockey TeamA crash between a transport truck and a hockey team bus in Canada has left 15 people dead and 14 others hurt, three of them critically.
Man Fools Cops With Car Made Of Snow, Gets Fake Parking TicketAccording to CBS46, Simon Laprise sculpted a life-size model of a DeLorean DMC-12 in the middle of a local snow removal zone.
Minnesota Explorer Heading For Canada's Mount LucianaA veteran Minnesota explorer is planning another adventure, an attempt at the first winter ascent of remote Mount Luciana in Canada.
City In Canada Proposes Strict Trick-Or-Treat RulesA city in Canada is getting some attention over new trick-or-treat rules its proposing.
Canadian Man Attempted To Ship Snakes In Mail, Officials SayThe U.S. attorney's office in Buffalo says 28-year-old Chaoyi Le, of Mississauga, Ontario, was taken into custody Friday in Los Angeles.
Police Officer Buys Shirt & Tie For Shoplifter Who Had A Job InterviewA police officer went the extra mile to help an 18-year-old man in need and bought him a shirt and tie for a job interview.
Canadian Gov. Gets Flack For Touching Queen Elizabeth IIIt is generally accepted that members of the public do not touch the queen.
Grandmother's Death Highlights Growing Trend Of Canadian Border CrossingsA grandmother dies in Northern Minnesota less than a quarter mile from the Canadian border. The story made news around the world last month and only highlights a skyrocketing trend among immigrant populations seeking protection up north.