News on Canada continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Trending on the Topix Network
When heavyweights Nine Inch Nails and Outkast relaunch the Pemberton Music Festival this week on a pastoral mountain-side stage amid remote British Columbia farmland, devoted fans won't be the only ones judging the spectacle's second coming.
A German soldier dies silently as a World War II spy trained near Oshawa quickly and efficiently slits his throat.
Get out to a national park while you can - budget cuts at Parks Canada have resulted in shorter seasons and fewer guided tours, according to internal agency documents.
Smartphones promise to be the next big thing in consumer banking, holding the promise of everything from fewer trips to the local bank branch or ATM to the convenience of tap-and-go payments at retail outlets.
The number of complaints the Human Rights Commission has received from women who have lost their jobs after becoming pregnant has nearly doubled over the past More than 30 years after the old Big Valley Jamboree began with a distinctly rustic feel to it - sandwiched between a stampede and a roundup - the boots are once again hitting the dirt at ... (more)
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird attends the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Regional Forum in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, on July 2, 2013.
Unveiling the western premiers' groundbreaking initiative for a "Canada Free Trade Zone," Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall was momentarily overcome by a sense of national vision.
Jeremy Meawasige and his mother Maurina Beadle at their home in Pictou Landing First Nation in Nova Scotia.
This summer, John Semley asks the tough questions of our nation: Are we Canadians really a funny people? And, if so, how did we get that way? Each week, for 10 weeks, he will explore a new facet of our history in humour.
Instagram users share their snapshots as they soak up the sun this week on the beach, at the PNE, in parks and at the ballgame.
The walls are lined with paintings of airplanes, and shelves and bookcases are crammed with mementoes marking her many achievements.
Employment Minister Jason Kenney said Friday he's willing to consider "local exemptions" to his recent overhaul of the temporary foreign worker program.
Asserting it has broad international support for a fierce military offensive in the Gaza Strip, Israel is showing no signs of ending the operation, vowing to press on until there is a halt to rocket attacks from the seaside territory.
Former Ottawa hospital technician Misbahuddin Ahmed was found guilty Friday of two terrorism-related charges.
For the second year in a row, Vancouver has been deemed the most expensive city in Canada in which to live.
RCMP say they will not lay charges after an investigation into the death of a 56-year-old man who was living at the Quest Regional Rehabilitation Centre in Lower Sackville.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 01:20 am
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC