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After two search attempts and two temporary leaders at the helm, the University of Saskatchewan has recruited a new dean of medicine.
A Seattle think tank estimates a $5 toll on drivers crossing the U.S. border could raise $30 to $45 million a year for TransLink.
A review panel on a proposed pipeline to the Pacific Coast that would allow Canada's oil to be shipped to Asia will issue its recommendations this week.
Federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has been named 2013a 2s "most valuable" politician by The Hill Times, the weekly political publication of record in Canada's capital.
Mayor Rob Ford attends an executive committee meeting at Toronto's City Hall on Thursday, December 5 2013.
After dissecting the more than 40 billion queries submitted throughout 2013, Google Canada has declared Toronto's notorious Mayor Rob Ford as search term of the year.
A federal-provincial meeting on Canada Pension Plan reform broke up in recriminations Monday after several provincial ministers accused Finance Minister Jim Flaherty of blocking efforts to enrich the plan - or even agreeing to further study.
Kinder Morgan Canada filed its long-anticipated application to the National Energy Board on Monday to nearly triple the flow of oil through its Trans Mountain pipeline from Edmonton to the British Columbia coast.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird is rejecting suggestions the federal Conservative government, in directing Canadian diplomats last month to be constantly on the prowl for commercial opportunities, is selling out for the Almighty Dollar.
Fewer Canadians are giving to charity and those who do are donating less, says a new study by a public policy think-tank.
"In response to a question from a reporter last week, I made an insensitive comment that I deeply regret.
Smoke rises from railway cars that were carrying crude oil after derailing in downtown Lac Megantic, Que, Saturday, July 6, 2013.
The New Democrats under Thomas Mulcair are stuck at 23.5 per cent support, compared with 27.7 per cent for the Conservatives and 35.7 per cent for the Liberals.
It's bonding time for the duo, for sure. But their zig-zag through the aisles of their Vancouver grocery store is part of Collins' effort to teach his little boy how to cook.
This is a nation hoarding enough prosperity, natural beauty and curling talent to serve a population a hundred times its size.
A storm system that blanketed Ontario and Quebec with upwards of 25 centimetres of snow continues to track eastward toward the Maritimes, The dumping of fresh snow, along with chilly temperatures, created traffic troubles both on the ground and in the air in Central Canada.