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With Canada's military mission to Afghanistan officially over, an expert says it is too early to celebrate its success.
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6 hrs ago | Squamish Chief
The next U.S. ambassador to Canada has had his nomination confirmed nearly a year after President Barack Obama tapped him for the job.
8 hrs ago | The Montreal Gazette
With the ink still wet on a free-trade deal with South Korea, Prime Minister Stephen Harper says Canada would be willing to reopen the North American Free Trade Agreement for the right price.
12 hrs ago | Canada.com
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.
16 hrs ago | CBC News
Despite a number of high-profile plant closures in recent months, the food processing industry in Canada is becoming more competitive and those efforts are likely to bear fruit in the form of jobs, according to a new study.
20 hrs ago | Truro Daily News
She was a chronic, homeless alcoholic caught in the soul-crushing cycle of addiction on the city's notorious Downtown Eastside.
The Saskatchewan government says a free-trade deal between Canada and South Korea is a real opportunity for the province's grain, oilseed, beef and pork producers.
The mayor of Portage la Prairie, Man., is not happy that his local community newspaper is owned by a media magnate who wants to break up the country.
The Parti Quebecois's stunning addition of one of Canada's most-powerful media tycoons has brought a towering figure to the party ranks, a recruit who could help win a majority government and serve as a leader in any eventual quest for Quebec independence.
The country star will head out on the "Raise 'Em Up" tour this summer, kicking off the 27-date trek in Canada with an appearance at the Calgary Stampede on July 12th.
City and District of North Vancouver firefighters turned out for a stubborn fire in the walls of an apartment buliding in the 300-block of East Second Street Monday afternoon.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, is escorted by South Korea's 1st Vice Foreign Minister Cho Tae-yong, right, upon his arrival for his two-day visit at Seoul military airport in Seongnam, South Korea, Monday, March 10, 2014.
An alliance of business groups opposed to the new Multi Material BC recycling system are demanding the province halt the planned May 19 launch and go back to the drawing board.
The federal Liberals want Elections Canada to investigate the NDP for allegedly using the free postal privileges of its MPs to bombard voters in Montreal-area Bourassa riding during a byelection last fall.
People in Ontario and Atlantic Canada face financial hardship that other Canadians don't when it comes to accessing cancer treatments taken orally, a coalition of more than 30 cancer organizations says.
CBC Radio correspondent Laura Lynch has reported from many parts of the world, most recently Europe and the Middle East.
The man is serving a sexual assault sentence after poking holes in condoms to get his girlfriend pregnant.