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2 hrs ago | Fairfax Times
Photo by Martin Lipman Fairfax resident Talia Schmitt, 18, took part in a Students on Ice expedition to the Arctic Circle from July 9-24.
6 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
Randall Hansen's book provides an account of resistance inside Germany prior to surrender, which, for many cities, came without opposition.
10 hrs ago | Canada.com
Queen's University infectious-disease specialist Dr. Dick Zoutman, Chaired the SARS scientific advisory committee for Ontario and spent time in Kosovo after the 1998-99 war working with local doctors treating patients with a different kind of hemorrhagic fever, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.
14 hrs ago | Hispanically Speaking
A man was arrested for allegedly heading an international drug organization linked to Mexico's Tijuana cartel, the Peruvian Interior Ministry said.
18 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
An Ottawa man faces 181 charges after police say 38 people in Canada and other countries were subjected to cyberbullying and harassment over a 12-year period.
19 hrs ago | CBC News
Former priest Eric Dejaeger will go to trial in Edmonton on charges of indecent assault and gross indecency after waiving his right to a preliminary inquiry on Thursday.
Newly posted documents show a dramatic disparity in the salaries and travel expenses paid to a handful of Canada's First Nations chiefs, ranging from thousands of dollars to almost $1 million.
You'll never expect this from a bank in the U.S. - TD Canada Trust surprised several longtime customers with touching and lovely gifts.
Wireless carriers in Canada have been banned from imposing exclusivity conditions in contracts that forced smaller firms to use more expensive roaming networks.
Derek Nepinak - the populist grand chief who backed Theresa Spence, rode a motorcycle across the Prairies and turned down a meeting with the prime minister in a crusade to win recognition for treaties - was re-elected Manitoba's First Nations leader Wednesday.
China's foreign ministry accused Canada on Thursday of making irresponsible accusations lacking any credible evidence after Canada singled out Chinese hackers for attacking a key computer network and lodged a protest with Beijing.
Minister of Justice and Public Security, Anders Anundsen, left, the head of the Norwegian intelligence service , Benedicte Bjoernland and head of the police Vidar Refvik, right, during a press conference in Oslo, Thursday, July 24, 2014.
An unflinching Prime Minister Stephen Harper doubled down Wednesday with his government's hard line on Hamas, Russia and Chinese cyberattacks.
Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair listens as former Supreme Court of Canada justice Frank Iacobucci delivers his report on the use of lethal force by Toronto Police during a press conference in Toronto on Thursday, July 24, 2014.
The August civic holiday will be now known as Terry Fox Day, named after the Winnipeg-born athlete who was just 22 when he died in 1981 during his attempt to run across Canada on one leg in his Marathon of Hope.
The property listing for 11 Butler Crescent N.W. shows a "gem" of a house bookended by old trees and boasting a detached garage and handsome stucco-and-wood finish.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 11:50 pm
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