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At Fired Up, a family-run pizza truck that hit the streets this year, staff are dishing out more than 200 wood-fired pizzas a day during the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival.
Dr. Pianosi offers expertise in the diagnosis, treatment and management of children with breathing disorders and lung diseases.
In this March 20, 2014 photo released by Greenpeace, Arturo, a 28-year-old polar bear, walks inside his concrete enclosure at the zoo in Mendoza, Argentina.
Assiniboine Park officials said 'Grandma Elm,' shown here, has tested positive and will be cut down Tuesday.
WestJet is adding two new destinations and will add a new route to Florida. The low-cost carrier - Canada's second-biggest overall - announced the new service Monday as it released its winter schedule.
Commuters are stopped by a gate at the Stadium-Chinatown station during a lengthy delay in service in Vancouver on Monday.
The crowd at the opening of Morguard's state-of-the-art Performance Court at 150 Elgin St. last month was all smiles - much like any prospective tenant looking to lease office space downtown in the best renter's market in years.
Sen. Mike Duffy arrives to the Senate on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Monday, October 28, 2013.
Senator Mike Duffy arrives at the Senate on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Oct. 22, 2013.
Christopher, 18 months old, was wearing the blue T-shirt his Alberta family had sent in a care package to the Democratic Republic of Congo, a tiny pair of khakis, and sandals so big he wobbled when he walked.
It had been five years since the Nova Scotia-born, Toronto resident competed in sport, an unusually long break after adolescent years spent vying for titles both locally and nationally in soccer, golf, skiing and snowboarding.
Photo overlooking Granville Island is seen in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia.
A structural engineer says that the 251 guests evacuated from the Westin Edmonton Hotel after a large chunk of wall on the building's south side collapsed should be allowed back in, following an investigation Sunday afternoon that determined it was simply the facade that was damaged.
Want to get up close and personal with some of the biggest DJs in electronic dance music? Well Calgary, you're in luck as the Badlands Music Festival is back with a bang for its second year at Canada Olympic Park.
Public-opinion research for the federal Finance Department suggests key government policies are out of step with Canadians' priorities, including the Northern Gateway project.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 12:01 am
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