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1 hr ago | Globe and Mail
How do you feel about your mayor? Is she filling you with pride, turning urban blight into urbane beauty and making your city strut on the world stage? Or is he a source of personal and public shame, a stumbling embarrassment of pratfalls and crack pipes and sloth? This is the unique thing about mayors: Unlike any other elected representatives, we ... (more)
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6 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
A plane containing nine Lev Tahor members, some of whom are children subject to apprehension orders in Canada, has taken off in Trinidad and Tobago and is bound for Toronto, according to a highly-placed source within the island nation's immigration division.
10 hrs ago | North Shore News
Vondrae Martin, pictured with his mother, during a B.C. Ambulance Service ceremony to recognize the people who saved his life by performing CPR last March.
14 hrs ago | Canada.com
UBC Sauder school of Business graffiti: Long before controversial frosh-week chants seeming to endorse non-consensual sex surfaced this past week at the University of British Columbia and St. Mary's University in Halifax, post-secondary institutions across Canada were wrestling with what many student leaders and educators say is a pervasive "rape ... (more)
18 hrs ago | Star Phoenix
An RCMP investigation spanning British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan has resulted in allegations that a former Mountie sexually assaulted eight boys in the late 1970s and early '80s.
Sarah Stevenson combed through the Target archives to see the works of top fashion talents who had made their mark on the bull's-eye brand - and she still can't quite believe she has joined their ranks.
As we embark on yet another round of hand-wringing and hair-tearing over Quebec's place in the federation, prompted by the provincial election now under way, federalist Ottawa is eerily quiet.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird says Canada will suspend practically all its military relations with Russia because of the crisis in Ukraine.
A six-year-old boy who died after being pulled from Taylor Creek in North Vancouver Thursday afternoon was involved in a previous near-drowning incident, CBC News has learned.
Minister of Veterans Affairs Julian Fantino places a wreath during a ceremony at the National War Memorial, last Nov. 11. there is a real risk that recent changes to the department, which have included laying off hundreds of employees amid a strong move toward more online services, "will not meet the needs of veterans, Canadian Armed Forces ... (more)
The Harper government is set to sign a long-sought trade deal with South Korea early next week, despite entrenched opposition by some in Ontario's critically important auto sector, sources close to the talks say.
The board's decision allows Enbridge to move 300,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Sarnia, Ontario, to Montreal.
Nova Scotia's three main party leaders have joined the voices calling for a national public inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women following the slaying of Loretta Saunders.
The Conservative government is seriously considering more lenient marijuana laws that would allow police to ticket anyone caught with small amounts of pot instead of laying charges, Justice Minister Peter MacKay said Wednesday.
The Conference Board says Canada's protectionist supply management system is costing consumers of dairy products billions of dollars, while also acting as a drag on the industry it coddles.
Two families in an ultra-orthodox Jewish sect whose children were ordered removed from their custody have left Canada before a court here could decide whether to execute that order, according to an email obtained by The Canadian Press.