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Half of First Nations children live in poverty
First Nations Idle No More protesters hold hands and dance in a circle during a demonstration at the Douglas-Peace Arch crossing on the Canada-U.S. border near Surrey, B.C., on Jan. 5, 2013.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
List of worst Ontario roads released
Dufferin St. in Toronto was voted the worst road in Ontario in the CAA's 2013 survey.
99 ways to shred your credibility
There may be 50 ways to leave your lover, as per the singer/songwriter Paul Simon and his 1975 song of the same name, but there are apparently at least 99 ways to leave your government job - and all of them have you merrily deleting and shredding as you go.
G8 summit: Stephen Harper meets with Barack Obama about Keystone XL oilsands pipeline
Prime Minister Stephen Harper got a private audience with U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday on the sidelines of the G8 summit, where he raised the sticky issue of the Keystone XL oilsands pipeline.
Harper dodges question on why his office spearheaded attacks on Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister Stephen Harper sidestepped a question Tuesday over whether it was appropriate for his taxpayer-funded office to be distributing documents to media about paid speeches Justin Trudeau made before he was elected to Parliament.
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Couple finds 400-year-old skeleton, gets $5,000 bill
A Canadian couple who recently stumbled upon a 400-year-old skeleton is now saddled with a $5,000 bill, Two weeks ago, Ken Campbell of Sarnia, Ontario, came upon some bones while digging postholes in his backyard.
Two men arrested in connection with Scarborough sexual assault
Toronto police say a 42-year-old woman was at a bar in the Kennedy Road and Eglinton Avenue area on June 6. About 10 minutes later, the woman became "incoherent" and was assisted into a taxi by the man and another man, police said.
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Dogs make 24-hour voyage to Canada from Beirut
John Dunn, a member of the For The Love of Paws Animal Rescue is shown Monday, June 17, 2013, in Windsor, Ont.
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U.S. patent case climaxes with win for Canadian vibrator maker
Couples in the United States looking to spice up their sex lives will have to do without certain adult toys after a U.S. trade panel ruled on Monday that some companies are violating a patent held by a Canadian company for a two-armed vibrator.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Statins Plus Certain Antibiotics May Set Off Toxic Reaction: Study
Doctors should avoid ordering certain antibiotics for older patients who take cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, such as Lipitor, Canadian researchers say.
Study shows commonly prescribed statin drugs and some antibiotics can interact
And the authors say that given that these drugs are commonly prescribed and commonly prescribed together, the combination should be avoided.
Ontario opposes Kettle Island bridge
The National Capital Commission released a study last month that concluded a new bridge should connect Ottawa and Gatineau over Kettle Island.
BoC governor among appointments to Western University's advisory council
Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz has been named to the advisory council of Western University's Lawrence National Centre of Policy and Management.
Safety changes coming down the line for Clarington railway crossings
Safety changes coming down the line for Clarington railway crossings. NEWCASTLE -- Councillor Willie Woo has raised concerns over several railway crossings in Newcastle, including the one over Arthur Street.
Ontario cheese factory to start rebuild 6 months after fire
The eastern Ontario cheese factory destroyed by fire earlier this year hopes to break ground on rebuilding a new, larger operation next month to help the small town that relies on its business.
Men in Toronto Mayor Rob Ford photo arrested in gang sweep
Toronto police carried out a series of dramatic raids on alleged gang-members across the city in Friday.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Pet dog wakes family as fire in Brampton leaves three homes gutted
The barking of a pet dog may have saved a family in a fire that will end up being at least a million-dollar blaze.
Accused and victim in Arnprior homicide knew each other
The man accused of killing 21-year-old Brodie Armstrong was in the grade above him when they attended Arnprior District High school and the two were listed as Facebook friends.
Now the dead can send Facebook messages too
As a little girl, Jamie Cuthbertson, now 26, had a fear of being eaten by insects - spiders especially.
Scholars, authors wary of government review of Canadian history
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government has spent $28 million commemorating the War of 1812, and the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage has started a "thorough and comprehensive review of significant aspects of Canadian history."