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It has been 78 days since Kathleen Wynne was re-elected as premier of Canada's largest province, but she still has not spoken with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird meets with Vadym Prystaiko, Ukrainian Ambassador to Canada, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Tuesday, March 4 2014.
Built circa 1892, 'Wintemute House' is a historical residence in Burnaby, offering a one-of-a-kind tranquil setting complete with magnificent grounds.
International Development Minister Christian Paradis says the Dubai stockpile includes including tents, blankets, kitchen sets, hygiene kits, and jerry cans.
John Ibbitson is a CIGI senior fellow, an award-winning writer and leading political journalist in Canada.
Some of television's biggest celebrities arrive at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles for the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25, 2014 in Los Angeles.
Chinese oil giant CNOOC Ltd. says it is working to better integrate the Calgary company it acquired more than a year ago for $15.1-billion.
The CCGS Terry Fox and the CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent manoeuvre through sea ice en route to the North Pole.
Canadian fighter jets will be patrolling the edge of Russian airspace next week as part of NATO's response to the unravelling situation in Ukraine.
Michele Audette of the Native Women's Association of Canada speaks to reporters in Charlottetown before a meeting with Canada's premiers on Aug. 27 The country's premiers are calling for a national roundtable to discuss the issue of murdered and missing aboriginal women as a compromise measure in the absence of a national public inquiry.
A family cooks lunch in the bomb shelter during shelling in Petrovskiy district in the town of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014.
Tina Fontaine is seen in this undated handout photo. Officers are investigating the slaying of a 15-year-old aboriginal girl from rural Manitoba whose body was found wrapped in a bag and dumped in the Red River after she ran away from her foster home.
Newly released documents cast doubt on the reasons behind a government move last year giving Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Cabinet controversial new powers over collective bargaining between Crown corporations, most prominently the CBC, and the unions representing their employees.
NDP leader Thomas Mulcair speaks a press conference at the National Press Theatre on Wednesday, Aug 27, 2014, to discuss the need for an inquiry on missing and murdered indigenous women.
Stephen Harper really seems to have it out for sociology. In 2013, in response to an alleged plot against a VIA train, Harper remarked that we should not "commit sociology," but pursue an anti-crime approach.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 03:41 am
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