1 hr ago | CBC News
Proponents and those opposed to the Northern Gateway pipeline have started making their final arguments before the federal review panel in Terrace, B.C. Canada will be vulnerable to economic disaster should the Northern Gateway pipeline be rejected, the proponent told a federal review panel Monday as the final phase of public hearings got underway.
5 hrs ago | Canada.com
Canada's western premiers say bullying is a serious issue and all provinces and territories need to find ways to tackle the new dimension that the Internet brings to the torment.
7 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Outgoing U.S. ambassador to Canada David Jacobson said Monday the Obama administration knows how important the contentious Keystone XL pipeline is to Canada but he won't speculate about how much it would damage the relationship should it not be approved.
11 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
U.S. President Barack Obama attends a news conference with European Council President Herman Van Rompuy, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron at the G8 summit in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland June 17, 2013.
15 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
Known outside North America as football, soccer is played in almost every nook and cranny of our globe .
A storm capable of creating a tornado may be headed toward Greater Sudbury, Environment Canada is warning people in Greater Sudbury.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says Canada is not at the "present time" considering arming the Syrian opposition - but does not rule it out - as he assailed Russian President Vladimir Putin for making the G8 a "G7 plus one" by continuing to support the "thugs" in the Assad regime.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper adjusts his jacket as he steps off the plane Saturday June 15, 2013 after arriving in Dublin, Ireland.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government has spent $28 million commemorating the War of 1812, and the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage has started a "thorough and comprehensive review of significant aspects of Canadian history."
Summer students hired as tourist guides for Parliament Hill and area have been trained to praise the Senate and disdain democracies with three or more political parties.
The incoming Bank of England governor has a fine track record, but to what extent has it been burnished by the demand for Canada's natural resources? Bob Robinson, the good-natured, broad-shouldered boss of Calgary construction firm Westcor, says: "If you can't get a job in this city, you're not trying."
British Prime Minister David Cameron is facing pressure at home to crack down on offshore tax havens.
Volunteers and workers with the Nature Conservancy of Canada spent Saturday uprooting and removing invasive species of plants in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
An RCMP officer raises his hand as a group of 60 people take the oath of citizenship during a special Canada Day citizenship ceremony in Vancouver last year.
In the months before she committed suicide, 17-year-old Rehtaeh Parsons could have turned to a variety of programs aimed at troubled youth, but she often remained out of the reach of those who could help her, a new report says.
Thousands of Canadians received mailed warnings from the taxman this spring about overcontributions to their tax-free savings accounts, suggesting the rules remain unclear four years after the savings vehicles were first introduced.