Sunday Aug 17
Long shots rule in $300,000 Quebec-bred opener
Long shots seemed to be the rule of the day at the Hippodrome 3R Sunday afternoon for the opening round of the Quebec-Bred Series for two-year-old trotters and pacers.
Witnesses help woman, child from sinking truck
Don McDonald was 16 the first time he played bagpipes in Saskatoon's Decoration Day parade in 1948, when thousands of people lined the streets and joined the march to lay flowers on the graves of fallen... A new app helps you communicate in a fun, interactive way, but it also helped its developers learn a new programming language.
Photos: Saskatoon Folkfest through the years
When Saskatoon city councillors vie for seats in next year's federal and provincial elections, it will be their integrity - not council rules - that dictates whether they collect a taxpayer-funded salary... After a fumbled launch last year, Target Canada executives are coming to terms with some of the company's mistakes and are making changes they ... (more)
Celine Dion suspending show biz career to focus on ailing husband
Canadian music star Celine Dion and husband Rene Angelil pose for photos after being decorated with the Order of Canada in Quebec City on Friday July 26, 2013.
The London Free Press
Contract marriages might be better for true love
A University of Ottawa student has proposed changing marriage laws that will allow people to get married for a set period of time.
Highway 20 sound wall proposal meets provincial resistance
CSWC chairman Derrick Pounds seen here at a friend's Beaurepaire Drive home, adjacent to Highway 20. The ceaseless noise has essentially negated the use of the backyard.
The Hill Times
Harper Conservatives hope to win 10 Quebec seats in next election
The road to a majority government in the next federal election for the Conservatives goes through Quebec, the only province where there's ample room to offset any potential losses in British Columbia and Atlantic Canada, say former senior Conservative Hill staffers and party strategists.
Infinima Spa in Quebec
Infinima Spa is a luxurious spa in Quebec and a must visit if you're looking for a place to relax and rejuvenate while in the city.
The Globe and Mail
GSK flu vaccine plant inspection finds 10 issues requiring action: report
A recent Health Canada inspection of the country's only flu vaccine production plant identified 10 issues that need to be addressed, a report from the regulatory agency reveals.