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After Whistler sent a letter to a Calgary-based oilsands giant, several energy firms said they would back out of the CIBC event.
The lawyer for a man accused of trying to spy for China says federal foot-dragging over secrecy is endangering his client’s right to timely justice.
In the winter, Canada’s supply of fresh fruit and vegetables tends to come from very specific areas.
Canadian Transportation Agency is releasing draft regulations for public feedback
Merriam-Webster has chosen “justice” as its 2018 word of the year, driven by the churning news cycle and President Trump’s Twitter feed.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced recall because of possible contamination.
“Spider-Verse” has been very well-received among critics, and audiences in exit surveys gave it a rare A+ CinemaScore.
RCMP estimated more than 1,500 people attended the rally in Grande Prairie
Without a resolution, parts of the federal government will shut down at midnight on Friday, Dec. 21
Warning against the “dangers of populism,” Trudeau says using immigration as a wedge political issue puts Canada’s future at risk.
Todd Hickling gathered donations and used gear to remove the cost barrier for kids to play hockey.
Air taxis will number 15,000 and become a global market worth $32 billion by 2035
Global Affairs says John McCallum, Canada’s ambassador to China, met with Spavor Sunday
Sikh community says this is first time such extremism has been mentioned in federal terror-threat assessment
Meeting in Katowice was meant to finalize how countries report their emissions of greenhouses gases
Radiohead, the Cure, Roxy Music and the Zombies will also be ushered in at the 34th induction ceremony
Section 8 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects Canadians against unreasonable search and seizure
Of the 105 current senators, 54 are now independents who have banded together in Independent Senators’ Group
The city and the Flames are not yet talking on who will pay how much for a building to replace the Saddledome
Ramazan Gencay, a professor in economics at Simon Fraser University, was last seen in Medellin