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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.
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6 hrs ago | The News
Canada's last 100 troops from the Afghanistan training mission are on their way home, but the families of 158 soldiers, one diplomat, one journalist and two civilian contractors are left wrestling with that brutal, unsettling and awkward question.
10 hrs ago | Suria
From a basket hoisted on the back of his trawler, fisherman Freddy Gutmann proudly picks up a giant geoduck clam fresh from the frigid waters off the northwestern Canadian coast.
14 hrs ago | Times-Herald
The caribou herd know for its epic annual migrations between the Northwest Territories and Alaska is thriving after a decade of decline.
Just when you thought the United States leads the world in per capita scaredy-cats, here come the trembling Canadians to prove paranoia knows no borders.
Dennis Howlett, executive director of Canadians for Tax Fairness, says multinational corporations set up subsidiaries in tax havens such as the Cayman Islands and devise ways to transfer profits there from Canada.
The Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre in Halifax says a cargo ship has run aground off the southwest coast of Newfoundland Maj.
Mental health services are strained as a growing number of teens show up at emergency rooms across Canada with self-inflicted injuries and suicidal thoughts, say pediatric psychiatrists.
New Brunswick has become the first Atlantic province to sign off in principle on the Canada Job Grant.
A Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu that looked something like this one was stopped at the U.S.-Canada border.
Sgt. Janick Gilbert, 34, of Baie Comeau, Que., drowned in an otherwise successful effort to pluck two Nunavut hunters from the Hecla Strait on Oct. 27, 2011.
But just beneath the unblemished surface, political fault lines are forming, a ripple effect of the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.
Fire officials say an evacuation zone remained in place Friday at a port in Halifax after four steel cylinders carrying weapons-grade uranium fell about six metres the night before as they were being unloaded from a container ship, prompting a radiation scare.
There are three questions worth asking about the Afghan mission, which lasted 12 years and claimed the lives of 162 Canadians - 158 soldiers, two aid workers, a diplomat and a journalist: Were we right to go? Can we be proud of what our country did there? And are we right to leave, though the war is anything but won? It is easy today, with the ... (more)
Now, Quebec multi-millionaire Pierre Karl Peladeau has become a key figure in the movement to make the French-speaking province an independent country.
As Canada's public safety minister, Vic Toews was criticized over and over by Federal Court judges for sidestepping evidence, failing to offer detailed decisions and displaying close-minded intransigence when dealing with the charter rights of Canadian citizens incarcerated abroad.