At least 15 people have been injured following the blast in Canada's sixth largest city.
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"I was like, 'Holy heck, eh?'" Danny Vellow, who found the artillery shell, said.
Helicopters buzzed downtown Hamilton, raising fears they may have disturbed falcons living on the Sheraton Hotel.
The woman reportedly took matters into her own hands after being told she could not use the restroom.
"I am proud to represent my community," said Canadian minister, Navdeep Bains.
Earl Morris from Nanaimo, near Vancouver, was saved by his classmates.
Hong Shing treated customer Emile Wickham as a "potential thief in waiting," adjudicator Esi Codjoe said.
The pair were climbing Whitehorn Mountain in British Columbia.
The broadcast voice said six missiles were incoming within the next 15 to 25 minutes.
Authorities said it was "too early" to confirm how many pedestrians were hit or the extent of their injuries.
The decision to prescribe the homeopathic remedy prompted the protest of British Columbia's senior public health official.
The Canadian and French leaders showed a united front on free trade, gender equality and climate change ahead of the G-7 summit.
Canada’s Public Health Agency estimated that around 4,000 people died from opioids last year.
Norman Barwin ran a clinic in Canada and faces a class action suit.
The USS Little Rock left Montreal this weekend and is expected to reach its home port in Florida by the end of April.
The other rare sighting occurred in February.
The passenger was apparently so unruly that North American Air Defense scrambled fighter jets to assist.
"I understand that he's just a human trying to run a business, but what about the animals?" animal rights activist Marni Ugar said.
The Canadian government knew its audience.
The Justice Department charged CEO Vincent Ramos and his associates of racketeering and conspiracy to facilitate drug distribution.