2 hrs ago | Canada.com
A look at the performers for this year's TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival, which takes place June 21-July 1. The TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival is looking to take last year's successful move to downtown to new heights.
3 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
Thomas Ostermeier, artistic director of Berlin's famed Schaubuhne theatre company, has made a name for himself internationally over the past decade with his productions of Henrik Ibsen's plays.
4 hrs ago | The Asian Pacific Post
More and more Canada-based Filipinos are coming out with complaints against the Vancouver-based Philippine Consul Jose Ampeso, the most recent of which is a case of sexual harassment filed by a Filipina, reports Bulalat.com. Although an investigation has been proposed following the filing of formal complaints, Filipinos in Canada, who have ... (more)
5 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
First, perhaps - it's not really a scandal until there's a TV movie about it. Second - possible title for the movie about ongoing events in Canada is this: Is Everybody High? The meaning of the term "mind-boggling" is beggared by events as they unfold.
10 hrs ago | Journal of Commerce
The $500,000 historic restoration of Morinville, Alberta's St. Jean Baptiste Church will require about 30,000 pounds of scaffolding that will rise 100 feet into the air.
Los Angeles: India and Non Resident Indians, here in Los Angeles, remember Late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, on his death anniversary, pledging Non Violence on the day when was assassinated in Sriperumbudur, May 21st 1991, as he was leading India into the 21st Century.
Senator Jacques Demers speaks to media following Caucus on Parliament Hill Tuesday May 21, 2013 in Ottawa.
Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten, son of David Patten and Debbie Brake-Patten of Kippens, has been invited to attend the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in Halifax from June 14 to July 8. Warrant Officer Patten is a member of the 2904 Cambrai... KIPPENS Self-taught Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten of Kippens will be among the strongest cadet ... (more)
The biggest news here is the planned opening this summer of Ripley's Aquarium, a $130-million project that is Toronto's first big new tourist attraction in two decades.
Nova Scotia lobster fishermen and their families gathered on their boats in Main-a-Dieu on Sunday for the annual Blessing of the Fleet ceremony.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper 's chief of staff, Nigel Wright, resigned today amid an ethics probe of his role in repaying housing expenses claimed by Conservative Senator Mike Duffy.
"Traditionally, what's been important in history has been about the upper classes.
By Nicole Liebermann - The Free Press Published: May 12, 2013 10:00 AM Updated: May 16, 2013 11:20 AM Whether you're looking for a snowboard, skateboard, wakeboard, or paddleboard, there's only one place in Fernie to go - Boardstiff.
The short-staffed Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo is wooing job-seekers in Toronto and Halifax with the promise of making a difference in a young, fast-growing frontier community.
With nary a 90-degree angle anywhere, a stone feature wall and other accessories she built herself, plus ceiling to floor windows overlooking Edmonton's river valley, Maegan Lukian's Edmonton condo is one of a kind.