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6 min ago | Globe and Mail
If you didn't catch the historic significance of Stephen Harper heading to South Korea to sign a trade deal at the same time Quebeckers once again debate their future within Canada, then you don't understand where this country is heading.
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The Provincial Archives is the official repository of the Government of Alberta and is mandated to acquire, preserve, and make available records of enduring value related to the history and culture of Alberta.
5 hrs ago | The Asian Pacific Post
Filipino migrants in Western Canada have renewed their calls to the Aquino government to put up a consular office in Alberta, Canada to make the services that they need from the government more accessible.
Calgary's rapid meltdown has swamped the city with calls for help - including one from a family who became stranded in Fish Creek.
A 22-year-old Leduc man is facing charges after being stopped allegedly driving more than 200 km/h on the icy QEII Highway while drunk.
Don't mess with Kat Spencer's axes. One time, she broke up with her boyfriend because he had placed his can of beer on one of her blades.
A 17 year-old Calgary teen is dead and another is in hospital after a fatal stabbing outside a house party in Braeside.
Canadians who are already sleep deprived will lose an hour of shuteye this weekend as most parts of the country switch from standard time to daylight saving time.
While Vladimir Putin's military incursion into Ukraine is the crisis of the week for U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry, it's not the only major concern on Kerry's mind.
A large truck hauls phosphate ore from an Agrium open pit mine on the Caribou/Targhee National Forest.
It started as a pitch for one smarter city. One year after winning an IBM challenge, however, the proponents behind Reno's successful Smarter Cities proposal are thinking big.
Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson said Russia's strongarm tactics in its former satellite could make it harder for the eight nations on the Arctic Council to reach agreements at a time when the region faces a series of critical issues.
Hundreds of people took part in groundbreaking ceremonies for the Catholic Parish of Corpus Christi on Saturday, March 8. The church, to be built at 34th Street near 28A Avenue, will seat 1,500 people and is expected to cost $16 million.
Edmonton's Ukrainian community will gather next week to remember the 100 demonstrators who were killed by snipers in Kyiv last month and to raise money for their funerals.