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The second annual Cystic Fibrosis Great Strides walk will take place this Sunday at Chinguacousy Park. Comment?
Fraud was definitely a factor in the rash of misleading robocalls that bedevilled voters in six federal ridings in the 2011 election, but not enough of one to justify overturning the results, a Federal Court judge has decided. Comment?
YEREVAN, May 24./ARKA/. His Royal Highness, Prince of Wales is the first member of the royal family to pay a private visit to Armenia on May 28, the UK Embassy in Armenia reported Friday. Comment?
Colin Campbell-Preston, 55, who set up the garden centre at Morden Hall Park 21 years ago, is facing eviction after the National Trust took him to task over "minor breaches" of his lease which includes not fixing his soap dispensers. Comment?
Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver said the proposed west-east pipeline will create jobs and revenue across Canada. Comment?
The gardens of an Ilkley couple will once again be open to the public for two days as part of the National Gardens Scheme. Comment?
"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. Comment?
Every spring and fall, we profile just a few of our amazing graduates in our convocation handout. Comment?
A record number of cyclists took to the streets of Pontefract for the Prince of Wales Hospice's cyclothon event last weekend. Comment?
Projects which could be supported through the new Sheffield City Region Infrastructure Fund worth up to i 1 2700 million: Possible extensions to Supertram Motorists and Supertram passengers are being warned to expect disruption as work is due to begin on a 32m project to replace worn-out rails on Sheffield's tram network. Comment?
Neither helicopter issues nor hailstones could dampen the crowd's spirit as locals and tourists alike lined the streets of Hay -on-Wye to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall on the opening day of the world-renowned literary festival. Comment?
Gerry Byrne held a meeting at the Pepsi Centre Thursday, May 16, 2013 to talk about the Qalipu Mi'kmaq agreement. Comment?
It will assume responsibility for the existing commission's mandate and will also oversee consumer affairs, credit unions, caisses populaires, co-operatives, trust companies, insurance, pensions and enforcement. Comment?
The second man involved in the Woolwich killing has been named as Michael Adebowale, 22. Comment?
PRINCE Charles and his wife Camilla sat through a "hairy" mid-air drama when an in-flight emergency forced them to land minutes after take-off. Fifteen minutes out of central London, a technical fault forced the royal helicopter to divert urgently to a nearby aerodrome. Comment?
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in this file photo. Comment?
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning the public not to consume certain in shell hazelnuts or mixed nuts in shell described below because the products may be contaminated with Salmonella. Comment?
The defence industry is just one example of a valuable market that is national in scale, but local in its reach and impact Salisbury Plain, one of the MoD's training areas, is managed by the company Landmarc which is looking to 'buy social and local'. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images There's a lot of talk at the moment about social ... (more) Comment?
British royal Charles , Prince Of Wales was involved in a mid-air drama on Thursday when his helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing due to a technical fault. Comment?
Prince Charles ' helicopter made an emergency landing at the Denham Aerodrome in Buckinghamshire, just a few miles north of the British capital. Comment?