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3 hrs ago | Surrey Leader
Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver assured a Vancouver business audience Wednesday that the federal government is committed to "world class" oil spill prevention and response on the B.C. coast.
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6 hrs ago | Prince George Citizen
As dusk falls and lights flick on amongst a hodgepodge of restaurants, nail salons and dance clubs overlooking this Cambodian capital's waterfront, tuk-tuk taxis whisk past a reality that emerges nightly in the shadows along the street.
8 hrs ago | KGW-TV Portland
Montana Department of Transportation officials are considering an application from an Oregon company to move an oversized load of refinery equipment through the state to an oil sands project in Alberta, Canada.
12 hrs ago | Canadian HR Reporter
The report from the chief actuary comes as Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and his provincial counterparts prepare to meet in Ottawa with expansion of the CPP as a key topic under discussion.
12 hrs ago | Regina Leader Post
The Senate is planning a comprehensive review of the CBC 's role in Canadian society examining how it has used billions of dollars in government subsidies received over the years.
16 hrs ago | Weyburn Review
Potential polluters should be prepared for a worst-case scenario and face unlimited liability in the case of an oil spill from one of their tanker ships, a government-appointed panel recommends.
21 hrs ago | Squamish Chief
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and former French president Nicolas Sarkozy are expected to be among dignitaries who will pay tribute to business tycoon Paul Desmarais in Montreal this afternoon.
Israel's new ambassador says his country appreciates Prime Minister Stephen Harper's unwavering friendship, his government's tough talk on Iran, and even its financial aid to the Palestinian people.
The moment the Canadian military told him he was being discharged because of his post-traumatic stress disorder, Master Cpl.
Proposed logos for Canada's 150th birthday are getting decidedly mixed reviews from the first Canadians to see them, with some complaining one looks too much like a hockey puck and another is too Disneyland.
A collection of parliamentarians of all stripes are backing Conservative MP Michael Chong's provocative new bill, one designed to rebalance the power between MPs and domineering party leaders.
Miley Cyrus twerked her way to the top of Canadian searches in 2013, according to a year-in-review released Tuesday by Yahoo Canada.
More than 500,000 15-year-old students were tested on their knowledge and skills in three subject areas.
A new survey says many Canadians consider the time it takes to get to work as important as the job itself.
Experts and industry representatives are giving a cautious nod of approval to Industry Minister James Moore's announcement that details of Canada's new space plan will be released in the new year.
En route to finalizing the Trans Pacific Partnership, Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper will have to explain why his office appears to be involved in bribery, fraud and breach of trust.
There's a run on shoeboxes around Parliament Hill this season, and it has nothing to do with the latest in stacked heels or pumps.