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Residents will soon hold Russian currency in their wallets, and set their clocks by Russian time.
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The last Canadians involved in the NATO training mission in Afghanistan board a U.S. Chinook helicopter as they leave the International Security Assistance Force headquarters in Kabul on March 12, 2014.
Canada has denounced the controversial referendum in Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula on Sunday that showed overwhelming support to split off and join Russia, saying it would lead to further isolation of Russia's Vladimir Putin.
A protester takes part in a mock referendum to draw attention to the Crimean referendum Sunday March 16 outside the Russian Embassy in Ottawa.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron rambled a bit on his visit to Afghanistan last December, but ended up sounding just as deluded as U.S. President George W. Bush had been when he proclaimed "Mission accomplished" six weeks after the invasion of Iraq.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who began the year watching aboriginals protest outside his office window, will soon see his government grapple with some of the most intractable issues associated with Canada's First Nations.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau speaks about the Senate and Liberal senators during an announcement in the Foyer of the House of Commons Wednesday January 29, 2014 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
Are our democratic institutions imploding, or is heated debate an inevitable part of the system, and evidence of diverse representation of interests? Rob Ford, charging through the city hall chamber, knocks over Councillor Pam McConnell during a raucous council meeting last November.
Former MP Inky Mark, shown in May of 2005, says he had misgivings about the Conservative Party's voter-identification database.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts has not committed to running for another term, fuelling speculation that she could be recruited by Prime Minister Stephen Harper as a star federal candidate in the 2015 federal election.
But just beneath the unblemished surface, political fault lines are forming, a ripple effect of the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will be travelling to Ukraine next week to meet with the interim government, the prime minister announced on Twitter.
Former Quebec premier Bernard Landry , with one of his predecessors, Jacques Parizeau, says Prime Minister Stephen Harper's policies are helping the sovereignty movement in Quebec.
Canadians could go from digging trenches to helping dig gold and copper mines in Afghanistan if the Harper government has its way.
The Conservative party has launched a new fundraising campaign as part of a strategy to win next year's federal election.