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An Air Canada Boeing 767-300, registration C-FCAE performing flight AC-898 from Edmonton,AB to London Heathrow,EN with 142 people on board, was enroute at FL360 over the Hudson Bay at about N61.3 W90 at about 06:30Z, when the aircraft encountered turbulence causing injuries to a flight attendant, who was unable to continue duties. Comment?
Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said steps he took to tighten mortgage lending rules over the past four years have helped to moderate price increases in the nation's housing market. Comment?
AurCrest Gold Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received an exploration permit from the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines to further explore the Richardson Lake gold discovery in the Birch-Uchi belt of the Red Lake mining division located between the historic Pickle Lake and Red Lake Gold camps. Comment?
Oil pipelines, under attack from environmentalists, are essential to Canada 's economic growth just as railroads were in the 1880s, Enbridge Inc. Comment?
Canadian stocks rose for a fourth day, with a rally in metals miners offsetting losses among banks and oil producers, as investors weighed the pacing of U.S. central-bank stimulus measures. Comment?
Canada 's dollar dropped to an almost one-year low versus its U.S. peer after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said monthly bond purchases may be reduced if the economy shows sustained growth. Comment?
Canada's top racquetball players are battling on the courts of the Newlands Fitness Centre over the next few days. Comment?
A pre-trial hearing for an ex pat New Zealander accused of murdering his wife in Canada has been adjourned. Comment?
The Portland Winterhawks scored three times in the third period Wednesday to defeat the Saskatoon Blades 4-2 in the final round-robin game at the MasterCard Memorial Cup. Comment?
Saskatoon Blades' Josh Nicholls collides with Portland Winterhawks' goalie Mac Carruth during the second period of the Memorial Cup in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 22, 2013. Comment?
Prime Minister Stephen Harper meets with mining executives and the Peruvian president this morning as he puts the new "extractive industries" focus of his aid and foreign policy into practice. Comment?
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government deploys a vast early-warning communications system to warn of potential problems on the horizon. Comment?
The Tory-dominated, closed-door Senate committee studying Mike Duffy's improper housing expenses deleted a specific reference to his failure to co-operate with auditors before releasing its report to the public. Comment?
The Westisle Wolverines were named Volleyball P.E.I.'s team of the year at the provincial association's annual awards presentations recently. Comment?
Canada's prime minister has announced a new package of development aid for Peru that environmentalists are viewing warily because it is closely tied to Canadian mining investments in the South American country. Comment?
David Steinberg arrives at the 64th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday, Jan. Comment?
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford enters a council meeting about casino proposals at Toronto City Hall on Tuesday, May 21, 2013. Comment?
... new and different.' Wheatley-Brown said it's a concert one shouldn't miss with one of the best clarinetists in North America performing at the debut of Gordon Bell's newest composition. Campbell received a Juno award, Canadian Artist of the Year ... Comment?
Nadia Brackeen leans on her husband, Travis Brackeen, during the vigil for Plemmons, who is her cousin. Comment?
The American political brawl over the approval of TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline shifted into overdrive on Wednesday as Republicans in the House of Representatives made yet another attempt to take the decision out of U.S. President Barack Obama's hands. Comment?