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Greenpeace has filed court documents saying a lawsuit against it is an attempt to silence its criticism of a forestry company's harvesting practices.
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Once he gets past the plastic-bucket body, the pool-noodle arms and the complete lack of a soul, Seb Leeson sees a lot of himself in HitchBOT, the ragtag robot that spent several weeks hitchhiking across Canada.
Canada's Senate may never become an elected parliamentary chamber, but a move is afoot to bring at least a measure of democracy to the appointed upper house.
A prominent imam intends to draw attention to what he calls the "un-Islamic" beliefs and actions of militants claiming responsibility for the murder of a U.S. journalist.
Canada's new social security tribunal has apparently stopped tracking the results of thousands of appeals launched by ailing Canadians after they've been denied Canada Pension Plan disability benefits.
The RCMP say they have arrested a man after a double homicide at a home in rural P.E.I. Sgt.
Siobhan Coates and Graham Street met three years ago while training for the Ride2Survive cycling fundraiser.
Justin Trudeau's Liberals are aiming to win a majority government in next year's election, an ambitious goal for a party that was trounced in the 2011 campaign and holds just 37 seats in Parliament.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper pauses while speaking about the situation in Iraq before a business roundtable meeting at IMW Industries in Chilliwack, B.C., on Wednesday August 20, 2014.
The new Communications Security Establishment Canada complex is pictured in Ottawa on October 15, 2013.
They already opposed tobacco. Now the nation's doctors say Canadians shouldn't smoke "any plant material" whatsoever, including marijuana.
Heavily armed and armoured American police responding to protests in the city of Ferguson, Missouri, has punted to the national - and international - stage questions about police tactics and the militarization of police forces.
St. FX research assistant Jennifer Dunn, back left, environmental science professor Hugo Beltrami, nursing associate professor Patti Hansen-Ketchum, nursing associate professor Donna MacDougall, front left, and Pictou Centre MLA Pat Dunn gathered at his office to discuss ongoing research into Lyme disease in Nova Scotia and legislation regarding ... (more)
Auckland's laid-back culture lands the city at number 10 on the Economic Intelligence Unit's 2014 list of the world's most liveable cities.
Touring the Douglas Channel on British Columbia's North Coast has convinced federal Opposition Leader Thomas Mulcair it would be "pure madness" to allow supertankers carrying raw bitumen to ply the narrow passage.
A radio station in Alberta has given up a format featuring shorter versions of songs which it said gave listeners "twice the music."
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 06:44 am
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