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Canada doesn’t currently require seatbelts on school buses
NHL players say the legalization of marijuana in Canada won’t change how they go about their business.
The announcement of the pregnancy confirms weeks of speculation from royal watchers
The death toll from Michael’s destructive march from Florida to Virginia stood at 17.
Turkish officials have said they fear a Saudi hit team killed and dismembered Washington Potst reporter Jamal Khashoggi
Flash floods have left several people dead in southwest France, with roads swept away and streams become raging torrents as the equivalent of several months of rain fell overnight, authorities said Monday.
The rival Koreas are holding high-level talks Monday to discuss further engagement amid a global diplomatic push to resolve the nuclear standoff with North Korea.
A new poll suggests Canadians have a lot to learn about the accomplishments of some of the country’s most famous women.
The company started as a mail order catalogue in the 1880s
Conservative leader says he wouldn’t have signed USMCA
Police believe the fire was started intentionally, but they have not spelled out a possible motive
Parts of Newfoundland were forecast to get up to 40 millimetres before the storm is set to head out to sea
Home to fewer than 9,000 people, the Ontario town had become all too familiar with the pain of economic hardship over the years
Speaking to reporters on the last day of a trip to Armenia, Trudeau said increasing the legal age could fail to eliminate the black market
Facebook says hackers accessed data from 29 million accounts as part of the security breach disclosed two weeks ago.
The Soyuz rocket that Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin were heading off in to the International Space Station failed two minutes after Thursday’s launch.
St. F.X. Student Union president Rebecca Mesay said she’s witnessed a range of emotions among students from ‘anger to sadness to fear.’
The prime minister also says Canada has ‘serious issues’ around reports about the disappearance of U.S. journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl after he became entangled in two major sexual abuse and cover-up scandals and lost the support of many in his flock.
B.C. government appointed the Wild Salmon Advisory Council earlier this year to provide insight and guidance