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Tom Minor, of Minor Fisheries, returns to Port Colborne with more than two tonnes of Lake Erie yellow perch.
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Saskatoon officials are understandably perplexed about what criteria the city should use to put capital projects on the federal government's most wanted list.
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The Rideau Carleton Raceway tops a list of 136 Ontario locations that were swept for contraband cigarettes recently, with nearly half of the spent butts collected outside the popular casino and racing facility identified as illegal.
WestJet Airlines Ltd.'s first foray into Europe positions the Calgary-based low-fare carrier to compete head-on with Air Canada in the trans-Atlantic market by the end of the decade.
Aravind Ganesh and Yan Yu, friends and students at the University of Calgary Medical School, are among 11 Canadians named Rhodes Scholars and will study at Oxford University.
Members of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish group Lev Tahor fled from the town of Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, Que., and resettled in Chatham-Kent, Ont., last month amid concerns that child protection workers would place 14 children from two families in foster care.
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper signs a book of condolence for former South African President Nelson Mandela on Parliament Hill in Ottawa December 6, 2013.
The Winnipeg Jets continue their eastern road trip with a game against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Paying to use Highway 407 might seem like a drag, less so if you have one of those electronic windshield devices, but imagine having to cough up on every journey on every major road in or out of the city.
On Oct. 16, my husband, Mark, and I left home for a 10-night Canada and New England cruise on the Emerald Princess.
Marcos Castillo, 50, of Vancouver, died at the scene of a March 24 crash this year after he turned onto Oregon 219 from Southwest Farmington Road.
The first time Nelson Mandela stepped into the heat of a Toronto summer it was from the doors of a Canadair Cosmopolitan on the tarmac of Lester B. Pearson International Airport.
Security cameras are seen on a lightpost following renovations to the entranceways to Parliament Hill Friday December 6, 2013 in Ottawa.
"My reason for coming may be one of the best reasons - for love," says Hartlen, who has a Welsh flag on her car's front plate.
In Jan. 2000 Karina Birch and Cam Baty purchased Rocky Mountain Soap , a small soap company nestled in the mountains of Canmore, Alta.
It gave its diplomats inside the country the freedom to take the fight wherever it saw fit - taking on tear gas, blasts from water cannon and threats of expulsion by South Africa's racist regime.