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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.
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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.
She was a chronic, homeless alcoholic caught in the soul-crushing cycle of addiction on the city's notorious Downtown Eastside.
The Saskatchewan government says a free-trade deal between Canada and South Korea is a real opportunity for the province's grain, oilseed, beef and pork producers.
The mayor of Portage la Prairie, Man., is not happy that his local community newspaper is owned by a media magnate who wants to break up the country.
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.
The Parti Quebecois's stunning addition of one of Canada's most-powerful media tycoons has brought a towering figure to the party ranks, a recruit who could help win a majority government and serve as a leader in any eventual quest for Quebec independence.
Cartel kingpin Nazario Moreno Gonzalez played dead for more than three years, putting on one of the greatest performances in drug-trafficking history.
The federal Liberals want Elections Canada to investigate the NDP for allegedly using the free postal privileges of its MPs to bombard voters in Montreal-area Bourassa riding during a byelection last fall.
An alliance of business groups opposed to the new Multi Material BC recycling system are demanding the province halt the planned May 19 launch and go back to the drawing board.
It burned white hot as a human-rights issue at the height of the Afghan war, sparking a political crisis that in 2009 nearly toppled Stephen Harper's minority government.
A New Mexico family is trying to piece together the mystery of how their 19-year-old grandson died in Ciudad Juarez.
"Evidence linking Queen Elizabeth to the deaths of ten children appears to have been destroyed on orders of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby" Kevin Annett said today while discussing his interview with a source at Canadian Primate Fred Hiltz's office.