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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.
Frisbees, hula hoops, reggae and the slightly skunky aroma of burning bud masked a serious policy dispute Sunday afternoon on Parliament Hill.
The Peace Tower is reflected in the sunglasses of a woman smoking a joint at the Fill the Hill marijuana rally on Parliament HIll in Ottawa last April.
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.
Foreign Minister John Baird, left, offers a gift to Mustafa Abdel Jalil, chairman of Libya's National Transitional Council, in Tripoli in late 2011.
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.
Air Canada says two employees may be fired after they were caught on camera tossing passengers' luggage from a stairway to a bin several feet below.
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.
Tamara Loyer battled homelessness, drug addiction and poor health for 30 years, always feeling like a woman trapped in a man's body.
A smiling Justin Trudeau at a Sikh holiday celebration in Vancouver: The Liberal leader is convinced he can win over Canadians with kindness and optimism.
A drone-borne camera offers a bird's eye view of flooding around Bishop's University in Lennoxville, near Sherbrooke, Que.
Four migrants were killed and three others wounded when gunmen attacked a train in southeastern Mexico, the National Migration Institute, or INM, said Thursday.
"And certainly We created man, and We know what his mind suggests to him-and We are nearer to him than his life-vein.
Laureen Harper holds Gramps, a three-legged cat up for adoption at the B.C. SPCA Vancouver branch on April 26, 2013.
In October 2012, the B.C. teen was found dead in a Port Coquitlam home, five weeks after she posted a heartbreaking video on YouTube detailing how she was harassed online and bullied Cyberbullied teen Amanda Todd, whose suicide made headlines around the world, led an active online life.