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Watertown Daily Times
Canada Border Services Agency launches border wait times tool
The Canada Border Services Agency has launched a new feature on its website to help travelers plan the best times to cross into and out of the country.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
Grass fire concerns prompt warnings from fire chiefs
Firefighters in the Sydney area are already getting calls about grass fires as temperatures warm up and the snow melts.
Passengers on Vancouver-to-Edmonton flight warned to watch out for measles
Health officials in Edmonton are warning passengers who arrived in the city on a flight from Vancouver this month that they may have been exposed to measles.
The Toronto Star
Air Canada vows to fire baggage tosser caught on video
Air Canada is spending most of the weekend apologizing for what appeared to be a baggage-handling incident from a YouTube video that is circulating on social media.
DUI charges laid after collision in Mount Pearl
Police have charged a 51-year-old man with impaired driving following a collision late Friday night in Mount Pearl.
Born in Medford, New Brunswick, Canada in 1934, Joe was the son of the late Lawrence and Mary Madeline Goodine.
Scott Reid: - Sunny ways' and the shadow of political risk
A smiling Justin Trudeau at a Sikh holiday celebration in Vancouver: The Liberal leader is convinced he can win over Canadians with kindness and optimism.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Canada signs deal with U.A.E. to fight poverty, grow economy
Minister of International Development Christian Paradis responds during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on April 3, 2014.
The Toronto Star
Conservatives' election bill wrong but not fatal: Walkom
Yes, the Conservative government's proposed election reform bill is wrong-headed.
Laureen Harper interrupted by protester at Internet cat video festival
Laureen Harper holds Gramps, a three-legged cat up for adoption at the B.C. SPCA Vancouver branch on April 26, 2013.
Academics without Borders Canada: Supporting Higher Education in Rwanda
Good universities are crucial to a nation's advancement, and this is especially true in the world's least developed countries.
Grosvenor: Canada's Resilience Ranks High
A recent report from Grosvenor's research team suggests that Canadian cities could be the best bet for long-term real estate investment, with Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary taking the first, second and third spots respectively.
Supreme Court to rule next week on Senate reform
The future of Senate reform will be made clear in one week. The Supreme Court of Canada announced Thursday that it will give its opinion on the Harper government's plans for the Senate on April 25. The decision comes earlier than many had expected, and will land just before MPs and senators return to Parliament Hill from a two-week break.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Canada's chicken farmers ban injections that trigger superbugs
Canadian chicken farmers are putting an end to controversial egg injections, which provided the world with a "textbook" example of the perils of mass medication.
Canada to send fighter jets to Eastern Europe as worries about Russia mount
By Lee Berthiaume Ottawa Citizen OTTAWA - Canada is a step closer to a new Cold War with Prime Minister Stephen Harper announcing Thursday the deployment of six fighter jets and 20 military officers to Eastern and Central Europe to counter Russian "expansionism and militarism."
Supreme Court to hear three people-smuggling cases, including Sun Sea appeals
The MV Sun Sea is escorted past Fisgard Lighthouse and into CFB Esquimalt in Colwood, B.C., on Aug. 13, 2010.
The Toronto Star
Canada sends fighter jets to Poland amid Ukraine crisis
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says Canada will contribute six CF-18 jet fighters to a NATO air-policing mission as a response to the crisis in Ukraine.
Canadian Business Magazine
Canada's Best Jobs 2014: Head Nurse & Medical Supervisor
Canada's aging population increasingly needs nurses to help deal with creaky joints, failing eyesight and other ailments.
Former transit driver facing sex charges due back in court May
A former Metro Transit Access-a-Bus driver accused of sexually assaulting a passenger did not appear in Dartmouth court on Wednesday for his arraignment, letting his lawyer speak for him.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
London, Ont., man, 19, charged in Canada Revenue Agency Heartbleed hack
A 19-year-old computer science student has been charged with using the destructive Heartbleed bug to swipe Canadian taxpayer data.