2 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
A GOLD and copper exploration company chaired by Scottish mining magnate Harry Dobson is poised to hit the acquisition trail on Canada's eastern seaboard after profitably relaunching a mine in Newfoundland.
6 hrs ago | The Waterloo Region Record
Q. I acquired this relief-carved picture of a ship from my father, who told me it hung for many years on the wall of his uncle's house on Miscou Island in northern New Brunswick.
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"The army is a big institution and shortcomings are inevitable there. We need to think of ways to educate our children," the archbishop told a press conference, hailing the relations between the church and the armed forces.
15 hrs ago | Hamilton Mountain News
For determined, 24-year-old McMaster University student Kyle Chevalier, you man up, show your Canadian spirit, throw on some snow tires and soldier on.
Drew Fraser wanted the name Can-Tech Construction Ltd. to be synonymous with quality.
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The archetype of knits belonging alongside antiquated domestic drudgery and the art of housewifery has been dispelled for good.
The Sun reported on May 23, 2013, that Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla while going from London to the Hay Literacy Festival in Powys via airplane had a scary experience due to an emergency landing.
THE COMMUNITY store in Uley had another important visitor when their member of parliament popped in to see how the volunteer-run enterprise was doing.
When I was living in warmer climates, I didn't spend as much time outdoors as I do in Manitoba.
"I believe that an Arts degree encourages creative and independent thought, allowing us to explore and understand the various dimensions of social and economic problems." Dave Morgan, a Dalhousie doctoral candidate, is an exceptional student to say the least.
Gerry Byrne held a meeting at the Pepsi Centre Thursday, May 16, 2013 to talk about the Qalipu Mi'kmaq agreement.
Great Strides. In this dated photo, Caledon's Ironman Champion Lisa Bentley, talks to the walkers before the start the Cystic Fibrosis fundraiser.
A Nova Scotia man is in a New Brunswick jail, charged with second-degree murder in the death Wednesday of his common-law wife.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation was called late on Friday night, May 17th to investigate 6-8 damaged fifty-gallon drums of oil that were apparently leaking their contents onto property near Salmon Creek, off Nash Road and the Seward Highway.