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Três dos melhores alpinistas do mundo morrem em avalancha no Canadá

Três dos melhores alpinistas do mundo morrem em avalancha no Canadá

Três dos melhores alpinistas do mundo morreram soterrados por uma avalancha enquanto escalavam as Montanhas Rochosas, na Colúmbia Britânica, no…
Film, TV studios filing lawsuits against Canadian BitTorrent users

Film, TV studios filing lawsuits against Canadian BitTorrent users

If you received a piece of registered mail from a movie studio looking to sue you for illegally downloading a…
New measles case confirmed, infected person visited Vancouver airport

New measles case confirmed, infected person visited Vancouver airport

Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) has confirmed another case of measles in the Lower Mainland, marking the 27th case in B.C. this…
Lucky to be alive after ‘horrifying’ polar bear encounter, couple says

Lucky to be alive after ‘horrifying’ polar bear encounter, couple says

Carrie Dyson says both she and her husband are lucky to be alive after a “horrifying” close encounter with a…
Couple says they were scammed by Dominican casino on resort, bullied into paying $6,500

Couple says they were scammed by Dominican casino on resort, bullied into paying $6,500

One minute they were close to winning $100,000, and the next they were at an ATM being ordered by guards to…
Jason Kenney rides UCP wave to majority government in Alberta

Jason Kenney rides UCP wave to majority government in Alberta

Jason Kenney has capped his three-year goal of uniting Alberta’s political right, leading his United Conservative Party to a majority…
May 15 set for Newfoundland and Labrador election, sources say

May 15 set for Newfoundland and Labrador election, sources say

Liberal sources tell CBC News that the Newfoundland and Labrador election will take place on May 15, pushing a long-running informal…
Immigrant families more likely to own home than add to pension plan, StatsCan says

Immigrant families more likely to own home than add to pension plan, StatsCan says

Immigrant families who have been in Canada for more than two decades tend to be worth more than families who…
Spike in Afghanistan-related suicides may be receding: Military

Spike in Afghanistan-related suicides may be receding: Military

A spike in military suicides during and after Canada’s decade-long war in Afghanistan may be subsiding, according to a new…
AquaBounty considers labelling genetically modified salmon

AquaBounty considers labelling genetically modified salmon

The U.S.-based company that’s about to start the commercial production of genetically modified salmon in P.E.I. says it’s considering labelling the…
Firefighters rescue residents as surprise flooding hits Beauceville, Que.

Firefighters rescue residents as surprise flooding hits Beauceville, Que.

Firefighters in Beauceville, Que., are carrying out rescue operations to get people to dry ground following surprise flooding this morning.…
Proposed $1.8B mining project for Northern B.C. gets environmental approval

Proposed $1.8B mining project for Northern B.C. gets environmental approval

The federal environment ministry has greenlit a proposed $1.8 billion mining project in Northern B.C. On Tuesday, the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change…
An insider’s guide to the Art Gallery of Alberta

An insider’s guide to the Art Gallery of Alberta

Let’s go to the museum! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be discovering Canada’s favourite museums and public galleries and…
‘A very dark day for Penticton’: Man, 60, in custody after 4 slain in ‘targeted’ shootings

‘A very dark day for Penticton’: Man, 60, in custody after 4 slain in ‘targeted’ shootings

Penticton, B.C., RCMP say four people are dead after a string of fatal shootings in three locations Monday morning. South Okanagan-Similkameen Supt.…
Ex-MP made $1M on Ontario town deals while sister was mayor, inquiry reveals

Ex-MP made $1M on Ontario town deals while sister was mayor, inquiry reveals

Former Ontario Liberal MP, the Hon. Paul Bonwick, earned more than $1 million in consultant’s fees on a series of…
Universities spend big on recruiters in scramble for foreign students

Universities spend big on recruiters in scramble for foreign students

When Sahjanand Rai decided his educational future lay on the other side of the world, he did what many high…
Federal call centres dropped more than 3 million calls last year

Federal call centres dropped more than 3 million calls last year

Service Canada’s call centre agents answer only about half the telephone calls made by people with questions about Employment Insurance…
Albertans head to the polls after divisive election campaign

Albertans head to the polls after divisive election campaign

Albertans are going to the polls today to decide whether to give Rachel Notley and the NDP government a second…
New gay rights coin divides LGBT community – and outrages social conservatives

New gay rights coin divides LGBT community – and outrages social conservatives

A new dollar coin designed to commemorate 50 years of homosexual rights has sparked a dual backlash — from both members…
‘It is our duty to speak up’: Montreal city council passes unanimous declaration against Bill 21

‘It is our duty to speak up’: Montreal city council passes unanimous declaration against Bill 21

Montreal city councillors have unanimously adopted a declaration against the Quebec government’s secularism bill, put forward by the mayor and leader…
Canada to appeal U.S. softwood lumber duties with WTO

Canada to appeal U.S. softwood lumber duties with WTO

Canada will appeal last week’s decision by a World Trade Organization (WTO) panel to allow the United States to use…
Metro grocery stores in Quebec will allow customers to shop with reusable containers

Metro grocery stores in Quebec will allow customers to shop with reusable containers

A major Quebec grocery store chain is taking a step toward reducing single-use plastic packaging. Metro has announced that starting…
Canada’s Denis Shapovalov falls in first round of Monte-Carlo Masters

Canada’s Denis Shapovalov falls in first round of Monte-Carlo Masters

Canada’s Denis Shapovalov has made an early exit at the Monte-Carlo Masters. The No. 15 seed from Richmond Hill, Ont.,…
Montreal teen who dreams of joining police vows to fight religious-symbols ban

Montreal teen who dreams of joining police vows to fight religious-symbols ban

When Sukhman Singh Shergill was a little boy, police cars would make him turn his head in excitement. He collected…
Cannabis: Aphria shares fall 12%

Cannabis: Aphria shares fall 12%

Cannabis company Aphria Inc. reported a loss of $108.2 million in its latest quarter as it took a one-time non-cash…
Anger mounts as Kashechewan First Nation declares state of emergency due to flooding

Anger mounts as Kashechewan First Nation declares state of emergency due to flooding

Frustration with the federal government is mounting as Kashechewan First Nations, a northern Ontario community that routinely floods every year, declares…
WestJet passengers who scored $30 US baggage fee refund want to spread the word

WestJet passengers who scored $30 US baggage fee refund want to spread the word

WestJet’s $30 US checked bag fee for some flights has angered many passengers, and now at least two customers have…
Almost 700,000 votes cast in record-breaking Alberta election advance polls

Almost 700,000 votes cast in record-breaking Alberta election advance polls

When five days of advance polls closed on Saturday, 696,000 Albertans had cast their ballots — a new record for the province. That’s…
On the road in Canada’s conservative heartland

On the road in Canada’s conservative heartland

On the dusty main street of Rowley, Alberta, time stands still. Boarded-up storefronts and antique gas pumps sit idle, these days used mostly…
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