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12 hrs ago | National Post
It was while on a recent stay in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, that John Thompson, former director of Canadian Studies at North Carolina's Duke University, experienced a close encounter with the global phenomenon of the drunken Canadian tourist.
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16 hrs ago | CBS News
Imagine having your phone's battery die on a trip abroad and upon returning home, realizing that a fitness app was still tracking the number of steps you took for days.
20 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
Not content to rake in an outrageous salary of $228,409 plus benefits - highest among mayors in Canada - Brampton's Mayor Susan Fennell has been stiffing taxpayers for spending large and small.
When I tell my friends in Toronto how much I love their city, they often say, "Really?" I always assume they imagine I'm just trying to be gracious, or perhaps - with characteristic Canadian modesty - they're reluctant to acknowledge how easy their city is to love.
Brenda Huband, AHS interim CEO Zones and health operations, left, Health Minister Fred Horne, and associate Minister of Wellness Dave Rodney.
Canada has called on Ukraine's new government to "root out corruption" and ensure a place for citizens of all backgrounds and ethnicities, including millions of Ukrainians who are of Russian descent.
The Selkirk Suite at the Hotel Selkirk in Edmonton's Fort Edmonton Park offers a comfy 1920s style stay.
Alberta Minister of Finance Doug Horner gets a hug from Alberta Premier Alison Redford after delivering the 2014 provincial budget at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on March 6, 2014.
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A client of Vancouver business coach Lauren Bacon was complaining recently about his lack of work-life balance.
Const. Christopher Charters requested the public hearing Feb. 13 after an internal disciplinary proceeding by the Vancouver Police Department recommended he be fired from the force.
"Money for subways" is Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's stated top priority at a day-long gathering of 22 mayors across Canada in Ottawa today.
An air service company is offering Edmontonians a new weekend getaway at discounted rates, but the flight only leaves if 80 per cent of the plane's seats are sold.
The Ottawa-Gatineau GolfExpo will the site this weekend of more than 90,000 square feet of all things golf.
If Thursday's Alberta budget fails to offer new money to cities for its light rail expansion ambitions, no one will be able to accuse Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson of failing to make the big ask.
After years of futility in his first six NHL seasons with the New York Islanders and Florida Panthers, the star goaltender found a home - and the playoffs - in Vancouver.