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43 min ago | Lifestyles
The watchdog over the national eavesdropping agency says many recent leaks about the Five Eyes intelligence network are being taken out of context by the media.
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4 hrs ago | Canada.com
Music legend Neil Young is playing four concerts in his native Canada to benefit a northern Alberta aboriginal band fighting oilsands development in its territory.
5 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Canada says it will try to extend its territorial claims in the Arctic all the way to the North Pole, although it hasn't yet fully mapped the area and does not have the scientific evidence to back the claim.
6 hrs ago | Surrey Leader
BC Ferries' fleet has 18 different classes of vessels in a fleet of 35. It wants to reduce that to five classes with standardized replacements.
7 hrs ago | Ottawa Citizen
The contingent headed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper with a host of notable politicians left the airport in a 14-vehicle motorcade with the prime minister in a silver Toyota SUV.
11 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Initially Republicans killed the Affordable Care Act's public option that might have led to a national single-payer health-care system.
Jewish groups in Canada, and foremost among them the Center for Israel and Jewish Affairs , are trying to advance a parliamentary committee's recommendation calling on the government to recognize the refugee status of Jewish refugees as part of its policy around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
As the federal government continues to lobby for more access to Europe and the United States to sell Canada's oil and other natural resources, an internal analysis reveals that senior bureaucrats see few opportunities for growth in these markets.
Bahrain, Algeria and Iraq, countries with dubious human rights records or a history of violent internal conflict, have recently become new buyers of Canadian-made guns and ammunition, an analysis of federal government data shows.
Canada is running out of time to offer U.S. President Barack Obama a climate change concession that might clinch the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, as the country's energy industry continues to resist costly curbs on greenhouse gas emissions.
Canadian short story master Alice Munro will be the toast of the book world Tuesday when her daughter Jenny receives the Nobel Prize in literature on her behalf in Stockholm.
Dalhousie University is a college in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Castine Way is a road that runs through campus.
After decades of uncertainty surrounding the fate of their loved ones, Afghan Canadians held a vigil Saturday to mourn 5,000 Afghan men killed by the 1970s Soviet-backed government, whose deaths were only confirmed earlier this year.
Canadians are more attached to their country than the people of any other advanced democracy on Earth, says Ottawa's EKOS Research Associates, which for decades has gauged the glue that holds the nation together.
The 70th anniversary of an infamous battle - and the faithful Canadian tradition it has inspired - will be marked this Sunday at the Cloverdale Legion when more than 350 cadets recreate the Seaforth Regiment Christmas dinner.
Dimitri Soudas, the former communications director for Prime Minister Stephen Harper, is being considered for a senior job with the Conservative Party.
If there were any doubt that an NDP government would bring a different approach to energy policy than what we've seen under Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative government, those doubts were laid to rest on Tuesday in a speech Thomas Mulcair gave to the Economic Club of Canada .