Review underway into allegations that national intelligence agency illegally spied on Canadians
The commissioner who monitors Canada's electronic spy agency said Monday he was following up on allegations the communications of Canadians may have been illegally intercepted.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Daily Record
Nelson Mandela dead: Live updates after news former South African president has died aged 95
LENNON spoke out after ex-FIFA official Stuart Dougal urged referees to consider industrial action in the row over Nadir Ciftci.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Area Agency On Aging Holds Year-End Annual Meeting
The District Five Area Agency on Aging celebrated a successful year with its annual meeting Thursday at the Mid-Ohio Conference Center in Mansfield.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Globe and Mail
Afternoon Six-Pack: Kate Middleton steps out in headgear fit for a princess
The Duchess of Cambridge waves as she disembarks an airplane upon arriving in Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island as part of a royal tour of Canada with her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, Sunday, July 3, 2011.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Balance of power: MP Michael Chong on fixing the relationship between MPs and their leaders
Ontario Conservative member of Parliament Michael Chong Tuesday introduced a private member's bill dubbed "An Act to amend the Canada Elections Act and the Parliament of Canada Act ."
A visit to Hobbit land
Tourism New Zealand has partnered with Emirates Airlines and Christchurch Airport to entice visitors from Thailand for a road trip in South Island.
Canadian students are high-level achievers but math, science scores dip: OECD study
A new international study ranks Canadian students among the top of the class in key subject areas, but there has been a noticeable decline over the years in math and science scores among the country's pupils.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Commutes over 30 minutes unreasonable to Canadians
The death of actor Paul Walker is the latest in a string of celebrities lost this year.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
'Catching Fire' rules box office, Prince William fights youth homelessness
The Thanksgiving holiday box office is already off to a good start with "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" raking in $14.9 million in North American ticket sales in just one day.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Armchair Book Club: Canadian author sure to become household name
Famed short story writer Alice Munro won the Nobel Prize for Literature, becoming the first Canadian to do so.
Canada's top spy won't answer questions about G20 surveillance
News that Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government allowed the largest American spy agency to conduct widespread surveillance in Canada during the 2010 G8 and G20 summits isn't drawing a response from the defence minister or the head of Canada's surveillance agency.
Snowden leak: U.S. spied during G20 summit in Toronto
Canada allowed the U.S. National Security Agency to conduct widespread surveillance during the 2010 Group of 20 summit in Toronto, according to a media report that cited documents from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Prince William sings with Bon Jovi, Taylor Swift
Prince William was a rock star on Tuesday night, rubbing shoulders with the princess of country, Taylor Swift, and rock legend Jon Bon Jovi - and then ending the evening for charity by singing one of Bon Jovi's greatest hits to the hoots and cheers of the audience.
Prince William rocks out for charity
Toronto's Olivia Wise became a YouTube sensation with her rendition of Katy Perry's song Roar.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Taylor Swift says meeting Prince William was 'awesome'
The princess of country, Taylor Swift , met a real prince on Tuesday, declaring her royal meeting with the Duke of Cambridge simply "awesome."
The Globe and Mail
Prince Harry leads wounded war veterans in South Pole race
He is fourth in line to the throne, a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, where he called in NATO strikes and flew Apache helicopters, and now he is joining former soldiers, including two Canadians, in an ambitious race to the South Pole.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Court rebukes CSIS for secretly asking international allies to spy on ...
The Federal Court has taken CSIS to task for using the international "Five Eyes" intelligence alliance to monitor the electronic communications of Canadian terror suspects when they travel abroad.
Canada immigration plan 2014 to focus on economic class
Canada ready with 'Express of Interest System'-Canada is ready to introduce the EOI for enabling employers select skilled foreigners from the available pool of those already screened.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Cape Breton Post
CBRM urged to extend Trans Canada Trail
As time winds down on the 25-year Trans Canada Trail project, proponents are urging local groups to take up the torch in building the trail through the Cape Breton Regional Municipality.
The Otago Daily Times
Visiting Canada to study water issues
Waitaki Irrigators Collective policy manager Elizabeth Soal will travel to Canada next year to study water management and beneficial farming practices.