Hero priest rescued relics from Notre Dame fire

A hero priest made a daring dash into the burning Notre Dame cathedral Monday night to save the Crown of Thorns, a religious relic dating back to the 13th century, according to reports. (New York Post)

Two men, two women slain in Penticton shootings

Scenes of anguish and bloodshed gripped Penticton on Monday, leaving four dead on what should have been just another day. (The Province)

21-yr-old Burnaby man jailed for criminally harassing Squamish Mountie

A 21-year-old Burnaby man who criminally harassed a Squamish RCMP sergeant and his wife and lied in sworn statements filed in court has been sentenced to nine months in jail and three years of probation. (Burnaby Now)

1 man dead, another injured after shooting in Salmon Arm church

One man is dead, another person is in hospital and a suspect is in police custody after a shooting at a small church in Salmon Arm, B.C., on Sunday. (CBC)  

Ford government’s legal challenge against carbon tax in court today

TORONTO - Ontario's legal battle against the federal Liberal government's controversial carbon tax is expected to be heard Monday in the province's top court.  Premier Doug Ford's government will make its case in the Court of Appeal for Ontario this morning to a five-judge panel. (CBC)

Chinese woman who breached Mar-a-Lago security expected in court

A hearing scheduled for Monday in South Florida may determine whether a Chinese woman will remain jailedfollowing charges that she lied to a federal officer after entering Mar-a-Lago, President Trump’s resort in Palm Beach. (Washington Post)

Montreal terrorist searched for ‘gay club’ before attack, lawyers blame Islamophobia

Shortly before slashing a police officer’s throat in Flint, Michigan, Canadian terrorist Amor Ftouhi searched for the location of “gay club” on his phone, prosecutors say. (True North)

One in custody after Montreal shooting

A man was arrested by Montreal police early Saturday morning after a 911 caller in Côte-St-Luc reported hearing shots fired. (Montreal Gazette)

Edmonton ‘2X4 guy’ hailed as hero after arsonist sets 13 vehicles ablaze

Two Edmonton men are being praised for their heroism in taking down a man who lit 13 vehicles on fire near Whyte Avenue Friday evening. (The Province)

Notorious B.C. drug smuggler busted again

Less than a year after B.C. skipper John ‘Phil’ Stirling was released from a U.S. prison where he served seven years for cocaine smuggling, the controversial sea captain is back behind bars. (Vancouver Sun)