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Sea survivor Jose Salvador Alvarenga pauses during an interview, after arriving at the airport in Mexico City, Friday, March 14, 2014.
Sgt. Janick Gilbert, 34, of Baie Comeau, Que., drowned in an otherwise successful effort to pluck two Nunavut hunters from the Hecla Strait on Oct. 27, 2011.
But just beneath the unblemished surface, political fault lines are forming, a ripple effect of the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.
Canadians could go from digging trenches to helping dig gold and copper mines in Afghanistan if the Harper government has its way.
Fire officials say an evacuation zone remained in place Friday at a port in Halifax after steel cylinders carrying weapons-grade uranium fell about six metres the night before as they were being unloaded from a ship, prompting a radiation scare.
The factory paid for the invitations, the white roses, photos and wedding cake. It also took care of red tape around the marriage certificate and put on a splashy ceremony for Morena and her fiance, and 30 other couples.
In this Feb. 9, 2014 file photo, Hipolito Mora, leader of a self-defense movement, wears a bullet proof vest as he stands at the entrance of Apatzingan, in the Michoacan state of Mexico.
He's one of Canada's most powerful media barons, with an empire that spans newspapers, cable television and cellphone services.
As Canada's public safety minister, Vic Toews was criticized over and over by Federal Court judges for sidestepping evidence, failing to offer detailed decisions and displaying close-minded intransigence when dealing with the charter rights of Canadian citizens incarcerated abroad.
The Harper government is preparing in a big way to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War at the same time as it faces the human toll of its own vastly smaller military adventure.
Statistics Canada says its new housing price index rose 0.3 per cent in January, following a 0.1 per cent gain in December.
Alberta Premier Alison Redford, hounded for weeks to repay the $45,000 bill for a lavish South Africa trip, relented Wednesday, saying the issue is now impeding the work of her government.
The next U.S. ambassador to Canada has had his nomination confirmed nearly a year after President Barack Obama tapped him for the job.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has wasted no time in selling a free-trade deal he's just signed in South Korea, highlighting its benefits to a business crowd in Vancouver.
Despite a number of high-profile plant closures in recent months, the food processing industry in Canada is becoming more competitive and those efforts are likely to bear fruit in the form of jobs, according to a new study.