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A little-known U.S. law taking effect in July is worrying American expats, dual citizens living in Canada and Canadians concerned about their privacy.
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Alistair MacLeod, the Prairie-born author who won one of the world's most lucrative literary prizes with his only novel, has died.
Authorities in British Columbia are anxious to bring a Netherlands resident to a Canadian courtroom on cyberbullying charges in a teen suicide case, but legal experts say it's unclear when or even if they might get the chance.
Emergency officials in New Brunswick are keeping a close eye on ice that is slowly moving down the St. John River after a 35-kilometre ice jam broke in two overnight.
Hearing loss is more common than most people realize, affecting about five in every 1,000 newborns in wealthy countries such as Canada.
Canada's official gift shop is tucked into the fourth floor of a government building in nearby Gatineau, Que., but you won't see any tourists lining up at the cash register to buy coffee mugs adorned with Mounties.
A respected American labour specialist says governments, educators and employers should work together to boost the number of apprenticeships for young Canadians in a collaborative approach that would yield "significant payoffs."
Whistler-based RTown Communications, a leading Canadian digital-advertising company and winner of the 2012 Whistler Excellence Awards for Innovative Business of the Year, has filed for bankruptcy.
Firefighters in the Sydney area are already getting calls about grass fires as temperatures warm up and the snow melts.
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.
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.
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.
Minister of International Development Christian Paradis responds during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on April 3, 2014.
Yes, the Conservative government's proposed election reform bill is wrong-headed.
Laureen Harper holds Gramps, a three-legged cat up for adoption at the B.C. SPCA Vancouver branch on April 26, 2013.