Thu Jul 24, 2014
Coming to America, very quietly: A plan for universal health care
An American state has quietly taken another step toward the type of universal health coverage Canadians might recognize, even as the rest of the United States bickers noisily over so-called Obamacare.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Is it time to tunnel across the Cook Strait?
TUNNELLING THROUGH: Grant's vision for a possible fixed link between Picton and Wellington ferry terminals, with different levels for rail and road.
No Canadians in the running for 2014 Man Booker Prize
Not a single Canadian author has made the list for Britain's prestigious 2014 Man Booker literary prize, but American authors are out in force.
Prince George's first birthday makes royal history
Prince George made a record in royal history on his first birthday , as it was the first time in living memory that a future monarch has celebrated the milestone birthday with both of their parents.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Prince George turns one: A look back at the royal baby's first year
A year ago today, the Royal family got a little big bigger when the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to her first child, Prince George.
Fredericton jumps on alternate travel accommodations trend
Homeowners in the Fredericton area seem to be embracing a new trend in alternate travel accommodations that allow tourists to exchange homes or just book a unique house in another city.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Prince William on behalf of Royal family on Commonwealth loss from flight MH17
As the Sunday papers roll out, one thing is clear. The world is grieving. Relationships decimated at both the personal and the political level as the losses of the tragedy of Malaysian Flight MH17 begin to be recorded.
The London Free Press
Tiny Prince George has big impact on royal family
Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, appear with their baby son Prince George outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, in central London on July 23, 2013.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
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The best birthday gifts for Prince George
We asked the Canadian Toy Testing Council to suggest some perfect toys for Prince George of Cambridge , who turns one on Tuesday.
Pete McMartin: The energetic city in B.C.'s Wild East
The Pemberton Music Festival is on this weekend - and with a host of hot headliners including Deadmau5, Nine Inch Nails, Snoop Dogg and more - it's sure to be one of this summer's biggest events.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Art show, sale coming to Hawkins Corner
Refreshments and entertainment will also be provided at the free event, which is open to the public.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
International Business Times
Canada Makes History as Van Doos Takes Guard at Buckingham Palace after 70 Years
About 70 members from the Van Doos aka the Ceremonial Guard of the Royal 22e Regiment participated in the Changing of the Guard ceremony outside the Buckingham Palace.
Canadian spy watchdog calls for safeguards on Five Eyes info sharing
The watchdog that keeps an eye on Canada's electronic spy agency says it cannot be sure the intelligence service's Five Eyes partners abide by promises to properly protect information about Canadians.
Duchess Kate's 'friend' starts new pregnancy rumour
Saturday's full moon is at a point in its elliptical orbit where it's closer to Earth, making it appear bigger and brighter than normal.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Vernon Morning Star
Enderby ready to SOAR
Organizers for the 2014 Spirit of Adventure Rendezvous are currently making their way to Enderby and between Saturday and July 25, the community will host 2,500 Girl Guide leaders and youth.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
NDP MP demands transparency on TransPacific Partnership talks
The NDP's trade critic says the Conservative government's negotiations on the TransPacific Partnership are unnecessarily secretive, and he's calling on the government to hold consultations on Canada's position in the 12-country talks.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Memorial chair disappointed with lack of gov't support
Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum memorial project committee chair Archie Londry stands inside the museum on Tuesday with one of the black granite panels that will be inscribed with the 19,286 names of airmen who died during the Second World War.
'Two-kitchen Kate' stirs royal spending ruckus
Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, have been the focus of public scrutiny on spending for renovations at their Kensington Palace apartment.