New Brunswickers keep watchful eye on water levels as flood cleanup continues
While some New Brunswick communities were still cleaning up Friday after flooding earlier in the week, others were nervously watching water levels and bracing for their turn.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
William Roache, 81, is at sixes and sevens as he attempts to open...
Cockpit Kate! The Duchess of Cambridge sits in an F-18 fighter as she and Prince William take a tour of air force base in Queensland Teacher confronted over abuse on You Tube faces trial over 100 alleged sex crimes including abusing girl in school locker room and hiding her in a closet when they were nearly discovered No you can't! Hundreds of ... (more)
Fri Apr 18, 2014
The Toronto Star
First World War begins at home
This spring, we'll be walking the western front to retrace the steps of Canada's soldiers.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Dutchman 'who drove Canadian girl, 15, to suicide by spreading...
Lady in lace: Duchess of Cambridge keeps her cool in white dress for visit to Sydney's Royal Easter Show alongside Prince William 'They'd rape you by the side of the hot tub.
Google Street View Car Spotted on Parkway
One of the Subaru Imprezas used by internet giant Google to capture street-level views of neighborhoods and highways, and a panoramic camera that does the job, was seen driving on Prince William Parkway and later on Caton Hill Road in Woodbridge this afternoon.
The NDP makes an adorably earnest suggestion
The NDP's Craig Scott has written to Pierre Poilievre to suggest that the Fair Elections Act be withdrawn and a new multi-partisan process launched to draft a new bill.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Parts of Eastern Canada cope as water levels rise, flooding homes and roads
Keegan Worden, left, and David Clement check on a flooded Tim Horton's location along Main Street in Sussex, N.B., on April 16, 2014.
Goldstar Closes Brokered Private Placement
Goldstar Minerals Inc. announces that it has closed its brokered private placement financing with Industrial Alliance Securities Inc. consisting of 600,000 common shares at a price of $0.10 per share for aggregate proceeds of $60,000.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Aussie/NZ cops target speeding over Easter
Speeding drivers, whether they're just a bit or well over the speed limit, will be targeted as part of the Operation Crossroads campaign in both countries.
Kate's tour-drobe diary 2014: The Duchess of Cambridge's...
See all of Kate Middleton's outfits, hats, shoes and accessories on the royal tour of Australia and New Zealand With Jenny Packham and McQueen already ticked off the list, Kate's outfit on Saturday saw us marking off another square on our tour designers bingo card.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
The Duchess of Cambridge wears blue in New Zealand - despite William voicing his disapproval
Victory for Nevada's last rancher! Federal agents release cattle and back down from 'range-war' after armed protestors rally to support rancher 'kicked off land his family has held since 1870' 'They were holding hands and laying side-by-side': Two-year-old twins drown in rainwater-filled pool cover just days after being flowergirls at parents' ... (more)
Kate fashion verdict: Duchess of Cambridge sparkles in emerald green
Fashion expert Sasha Wilkins, editor of LibertyLondonGirl, said the Duchess has been picking up more than one tip from the Queen The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in a beautiful emerald green coat by Canadian designer Erdem as she and Prince William embarked on their sixth day of their Australia and New Zealand tour.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Prince William 'no match' for Kate Middleton when it...
Washington, April 12: Kate Middleton beat her husband Prince William in a sailing race off the coast of Auckland on the fourth day of their three-week Down Under tour.
The Globe and Mail
Prince Charles and Camilla to visit Canada in May
The Duchess of Cambridge twice beats her husband Prince William during a friendly race in America's Cup sail boats.
The Globe and Mail
Irate over taxes? See how Canada ranks
Really, it's not that bad You know those feelings you get when you look at your pay stub and see how much you're being taxed? Those feelings that range from distress to fury? Then look at today's OECD study on income taxes, and see where Canada ranks.
Globe and Mail
Why a flag has New Zealand in a flap
While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge swan around New Zealand with young Prince George, Kiwis are beginning to think about ditching an important symbol of their British heritage.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Maple Ridge News
Repercussions of (Un)Fair Elections Act
"The bill is just so big and really hard to read," says Sabanski, a Maple Ridge software engineer who is perplexed by the legalese.
Royal tour 2014 live: Kate Middleton and Prince William meet airmen and race yachts in New Zealand
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be meeting the servicemen and women at the Royal New Zealand Air Force base Whenuapai, near Auckland The royal couple were chatting to parents at the Royal New Zealand Air Force base ahead of racing each other across Auckland Harbour.