3 hrs ago | The Richmond Review
By Jeff Nagel - Surrey North Delta Leader Published: June 19, 2013 4:00 PM Updated: June 19, 2013 4:19 PM TransLink is doubling down on the concept of road pricing, arguing it should apply not just to cars to control congestion at the busiest times but also to transit riders to make more efficient use of buses and SkyTrain as well.
8 hrs ago | Canada.com
Cash-strapped Library and Archives Canada appears to have dug deeply into its coffers and acquired a pricey treasure trove of Canadian history at a British auction of rare books and manuscripts.
8 hrs ago | CBC News
A homeless man keeps warm in his blankets in a park in downtown Toronto. On any given day, about 30,000 Canadians are homeless, a new report says.
9 hrs ago | CBC News
Stacey Vernon poses with her new husband, Nick Miele, just hours before he was arrested after a fight at the Bahia Principe Esmeralda resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
13 hrs ago | CBC News
First Nations Idle No More protesters hold hands and dance in a circle during a demonstration at the Douglas-Peace Arch crossing on the Canada-U.S. border near Surrey, B.C., on Jan. 5, 2013.
A Postmedia News and Ottawa Citizen investigation exposing the use of "robocalls" to mislead and harass voters during the 2011 federal election campaign has won the 2012 Michener Award.
Fred Wah, this country's parliamentary poet laureate, seems to be the equivalent of TV's never-needed Maytag repairman.
Chef Christian Pritchard is shown in this undated handout photo. When Toronto chef Christian Pritchard visited Yukon Territory last year, he was enraptured by the plethora of delicious and unusual ingredients and proposed the idea of a culinary festival to feature the bounty amid spectacular scenery.
EU trade spokesman John Clancy took the unusual step Tuesday of criticizing Canada as the G8 summit in Northern Ireland came to a close.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper sidestepped a question Tuesday over whether it was appropriate for his taxpayer-funded office to be distributing documents to media about paid speeches Justin Trudeau made before he was elected to Parliament.
"We remain committed to achieving a political solution to the crisis based on a vision for a united inclusive and democratic Syria," according to a copy of the final communique seen by Reuters.
After 34 NDP MLAs were sworn in to continue a stretch of opposition that will reach at least 16 years, leader Adrian Dix took a few questions about his future.
A witness in an Elections Canada investigation has written to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and House of Commons Speaker Andrew Scheer complaining that Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro's attacks on him appear to be designed to interfere with the investigation.
The federal government says a man allowed into Canada 17 years ago should be kicked out of the country because there is ample evidence that he was part of an Asian crime gang.
Proponents and those opposed to the Northern Gateway pipeline have started making their final arguments before the federal review panel in Terrace, B.C. Canada will be vulnerable to economic disaster should the Northern Gateway pipeline be rejected, the proponent told a federal review panel Monday as the final phase of public hearings got underway.
Canada's western premiers say bullying is a serious issue and all provinces and territories need to find ways to tackle the new dimension that the Internet brings to the torment.