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The personal use of illegal drugs, including heroin and crack cocaine, should be decriminalized as part of a federal-provincial strategy to tackle drug abuse, a B.C.-based national coalition of drug policy experts argue.
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In a speech to the Canada-UK Chamber of Commerce in London on July 14, 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper referred to Canada as the emerging "energy superpower" that his government "intends to build." While the term "energy superpower" sounds exciting and important, that likely isn't where the country is heading .
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Canadians face a significantly lower risk than their American neighbours of finding themselves in the path of a tornado, but should still be prepared to face the worst if mother nature decides to defy the odds, experts said Tuesday.
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Prabhdeep Srawn, 25, hasn't been heard from since parking his rental car May 13 in a village near an Australian national park.
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Current and former Manitoba senators say the upper chamber needs to publicly disclose expense accounts, but they're divided about whether Sen.
Albertans have been seen as smug, cocky and self-satisfied by other Canadians. But, in some ways, Albertans don't have much to be satisfied about.
Municipality of Pictou County CAO Brian Cullen told county councillors Tuesday during a finance committee meeting that the 2012-2013 unaudited fiscal outlook for the new facility shows a shortfall of about $445,500. The operating deficit for the centre is projected to be just over $300,000 while the board operations, which relate to debt financing ... (more)
Without more support for industry investment in research and development, Canada will be hard-pressed to keep up with international competitors and will risk an erosion of its economic well-being, a benchmark report on the state of the nation's science and technology landscape has revealed.
An Air Canada Boeing 767-300, registration C-FCAE performing flight AC-898 from Edmonton,AB to London Heathrow,EN with 142 people on board, was enroute at FL360 over the Hudson Bay at about N61.3 W90 at about 06:30Z, when the aircraft encountered turbulence causing injuries to a flight attendant, who was unable to continue duties.
A pre-trial hearing for an ex pat New Zealander accused of murdering his wife in Canada has been adjourned.
Lakefield student's success continues as he snags the top prize for his work to target cancer cells with nano-silver particles science fair Adam Noble-1.jpg. Grade 12 Lakefield District Secondary School student Adam Noble checks out cancer cells through a microscope.
RCMP say a 53-year-old man died when his motorcycle collided with a vehicle just before 5 p.m. on Wednesday "They're shook up, there's minor injuries," he said.
Canada-based frozen seafood manufacturer High Liner Foods is investing US$6.6m in the expansion of its manufacturing site south of the border in Virginia.
David Steinberg arrives at the 64th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday, Jan.
Former B.C. Liberal MLA Harold Long was killed in a float plane crash near Stuart Island, B.C. Former B.C. Liberal MLA Harold Long was killed in a plane crash in a remote inlet off the South Coast, the B.C. Coroners Service has confirmed.
RCMP are investigating after a semi and a vehicle collided on the Trans-Canada Highway just west of Portage la Prairie Wednesday afternoon.
Should Alberta's Wildrose party ever choose to launch a federal wing, Tuesday's tragi-comedy on Parliament Hill will serve as a helpful point of germination.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is set to announce Wednesday Canadian support for the streamlining of environmental impact assessments for mining projects in Peru.