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The enormity of the collapse of the Skagit River bridge on the busy Interstate 5 corridor was just beginning to sink for both Americans and Canadians on Friday as they headed into the Memorial Day weekend, one of America's busiest holiday periods.
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The snare was attached to a nearby tree and hung off the ground with a taller stick.
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On Tuesday, besieged with questions about The Great Senate Scandal, Stephen Harper didn't answer the questions that Canadians wanted answered.
Kinder Morgan Canada's proposal to increase the capacity of its Trans Mountain pipeline calls for 30 oil tankers a month to load up with Alberta crude at its terminal in Burnaby, B.C., - up from about one per week.
As the federal ethics commissioner readies for a look at Stephen Harper's former right-hand man, Mary Dawson is reminding Canadians her office can only look so far.
The wife of a Canadian trucker linked to a dramatic bridge collapse in Washington state says her husband had all the permits he needed and she doesn't believe he is responsible for bringing the structure down.
Sen. Mike Duffy insisted there should be an open, public inquiry into his expenses as controversy swirled Thursday around how impartial a fresh review of his spending is likely to be.
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Jamie McDonald from England will, if successful, be the first European to run across Canada unaided.
The Federal Court has rejected a bid to overturn the results in six federal ridings from the 2011 election - but both sides are claiming victory in the so-called robocalls affair.
Electoral fraud occurred during the last federal election, a federal court judge ruled on Thursday, but there is no proof that it affected the outcomes in six ridings at issue, so the elections will not be overturned.
Blood donor screening will be changed from asking potential male donors if they have had sex with a man "even once, since 1977" to the past five years.
The personal use of illegal drugs, including heroin and crack cocaine, should be decriminalized as part of a federal-provincial strategy to tackle drug abuse, a B.C.-based national coalition of drug policy experts argue.
In a speech to the Canada-UK Chamber of Commerce in London on July 14, 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper referred to Canada as the emerging "energy superpower" that his government "intends to build." While the term "energy superpower" sounds exciting and important, that likely isn't where the country is heading .
Canadians face a significantly lower risk than their American neighbours of finding themselves in the path of a tornado, but should still be prepared to face the worst if mother nature decides to defy the odds, experts said Tuesday.
Prabhdeep Srawn, 25, hasn't been heard from since parking his rental car May 13 in a village near an Australian national park.
Current and former Manitoba senators say the upper chamber needs to publicly disclose expense accounts, but they're divided about whether Sen.