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The Fastbagger story, a convoluted tale now 25 years in the telling, may yet have the happy ending that inventor Pat Larkin envisioned so long ago.
Alberta Premier Alison Redford said that she would not have attended Nelson Mandela's funeral in South Africa late last year if she knew it would turn out to cost taxpayers $45,000.
Quebecor bills itself as "Canada's largest newspaper publisher," with more than 30 paid-circulation dailies and almost 200 community newspapers, shopping guides and specialty publications.
The Calgary Herald's Darcy Henton and the Edmonton Journal's Karen Kleiss have been awarded the 2014 Canadian Hillman Prize for their outstanding journalism and persistent investigation into the deaths of children while in provincial foster care.
However, the massage practitioner, who lives in the West End, isn't going to the city's first TED conference.
This trend towards family medicine reflects the University of Calgary's focus over the last four years on increasing the number of family doctors locally.
Don't mess with Kat Spencer's axes. One time, she broke up with her boyfriend because he had placed his can of beer on one of her blades.
Patrick Street Productions and Talk is Free Theatre present the Vancouver premiere of Floyd Collins March 11-30 at the newly opened York Theatre on Commercial Drive.
La Spiga is a magnificent Tuscan-style villa surrounded by rose gardens, herb beds and fruit trees.
The Alberta government's Dash-8 isn't a luxury airplane, but it provides MLAs with privacy as they fly across the province and beyond.
A westbound VIA Rail Canada passenger train rolls across the prairie northeast of Brandon on a sunny afternoon last summer.
Filipino migrants in Western Canada have renewed their calls to the Aquino government to put up a consular office in Alberta, Canada to make the services that they need from the government more accessible.
They've both had a shot at being The Next Star, and now two Winnipeg teens are re-entering the reality/competition realm to see if they can win a spot in a made-in-Canada supergroup.
A 24-year-old psychology student at the University of Ottawa claims to have the ability to have voluntary out-of-body experiences before going to sleep.
Live in the New York City tri-state area, or anywhere near the path above? One of the most unusual big ticket astronomical events of 2014 occurs on in the morning hours of Thursday March 20th, when the asteriod 163 Erigone "blocks" or occults the bright star Regulus .
The following is a list of volunteer opportunities advertised in the Winnipeg area.
CBC Radio correspondent Laura Lynch has reported from many parts of the world, most recently Europe and the Middle East.