2 hrs ago
Journal of Commerce
Historic church renovation reaches new heights
The $500,000 historic restoration of Morinville, Alberta's St. Jean Baptiste Church will require about 30,000 pounds of scaffolding that will rise 100 feet into the air.
6 hrs ago
The Toronto Star
Mike Duffy billed two Tory campaigns $510 during 2011 election while claiming Senate allowance
Senator Mike Duffy, pictured in Ottawa on May 9, billed two Conservative campaigns for appearing alongside candidates during the 2011 election, while also receiving an allowance for being in Ottawa on Senate business.
Tue May 21, 2013
Indian Overseas Congress Remembers Rajiv Gandhi, propose $ 1 Million, 20 Statues in USA and Canada
Los Angeles: India and Non Resident Indians, here in Los Angeles, remember Late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, on his death anniversary, pledging Non Violence on the day when was assassinated in Sriperumbudur, May 21st 1991, as he was leading India into the 21st Century.
Senators caught misusing taxpayers' dollars 'should be fired': Demers
Senator Jacques Demers speaks to media following Caucus on Parliament Hill Tuesday May 21, 2013 in Ottawa.
Surprised and honoured
Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten, son of David Patten and Debbie Brake-Patten of Kippens, has been invited to attend the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in Halifax from June 14 to July 8. Warrant Officer Patten is a member of the 2904 Cambrai... KIPPENS Self-taught Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten of Kippens will be among the strongest cadet ... (more)
The Globe and Mail
PM's Western supporters are not amused about Senate expense scandal
Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks to business leaders in New York this week: The message was, the Keystone XL pipeline would be a less risky way to transport heavy crude to the U.S. East Coast.
Mon May 20, 2013
Will alleged Ford video overshadow Toronto casino debate?
Deputy Mayor Doug Holyday says he expects the mayor to attend the casino debate at city hall on Tuesday.
Sun May 19, 2013
Swept up in a Toronto summer
The biggest news here is the planned opening this summer of Ripley's Aquarium, a $130-million project that is Toronto's first big new tourist attraction in two decades.
Cape Breton fishermen pray as lobster season begins
Nova Scotia lobster fishermen and their families gathered on their boats in Main-a-Dieu on Sunday for the annual Blessing of the Fleet ceremony.
Canada Prime Minister's Chief of Staff Wright Resigns Amid Payments Probe
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper 's chief of staff, Nigel Wright, resigned today amid an ethics probe of his role in repaying housing expenses claimed by Conservative Senator Mike Duffy.
The Toronto Star
The Ward: One of Toronto's more historic, yet forgotten, communities
"Traditionally, what's been important in history has been about the upper classes.
Sales growing as season opens for farmers' markets, report says
The Downtown Farmer's Market, which was a very busy place, opened for the first time this year on 104th street in Edmonton on Saturday May 18, 2013.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Free Press
One stop board shopping at Fernie's Boardstiff
By Nicole Liebermann - The Free Press Published: May 12, 2013 10:00 AM Updated: May 16, 2013 11:20 AM Whether you're looking for a snowboard, skateboard, wakeboard, or paddleboard, there's only one place in Fernie to go - Boardstiff.
Wood Buffalo officials on the hunt for employees in Toronto and Halifax
The short-staffed Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo is wooing job-seekers in Toronto and Halifax with the promise of making a difference in a young, fast-growing frontier community.
My House Beautiful: Hammers meet high heels in this home
With nary a 90-degree angle anywhere, a stone feature wall and other accessories she built herself, plus ceiling to floor windows overlooking Edmonton's river valley, Maegan Lukian's Edmonton condo is one of a kind.
Patrick Brazeau says Senate email is evidence his housing claims were fine
This twist comes courtesy of Sen. Patrick Brazeau , who has produced what he says is evidence that the Senate administration approved his living expenses - the same expenses a Senate committee said were improper and needed to be paid back.
Fri May 17, 2013
Canada Online Explorer
Analysis: Taxes will make obesity even costlier
A passenger is seen waiting at Heathrow airport, near London, southern England in this file photograph dated August 10, 2006.
The Globe and Mail
Senator Pamela Wallin resigns from Conservative caucus over travel expenses
Senator Pamela Wallin is pictured at a meeting on Feb. 11, 2013, in Ottawa. Ms. Wallin is one of four senators who are subject to an external audit of their expenses.
Public raising funds to buy alleged Rob Ford crack video
Two Toronto Star reporters and the editor of the U.S. website Gawker claim to have viewed a video that allegedly shows Mayor Rob Ford smoking what appears to be crack cocaine.
Artist finds inspiration in censorship
Visual essays by Franke James reveal how the 'troublesome artist' was targeted because her views on climate change clashed with the push to develop Alberta's tar sands a Franke James' art - in pictures What is Harper afraid of? is one of the works of Canadian artist Franke James, who creates visual essays about social and environmental issues.