Canada health report card ranks B.C. first, Nunavut last

British Columbia is home to the healthiest Canadian population, while residents in Newfoundland and Labrador and the three territories are the least healthy, according to

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B.C. wolf cull will likely last five years, assistant deputy minister says Video

The point man for British Columbia's effort to save endangered mountain caribou says a controversial wolf cull will likely be necessary for the next five

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William Wise gets twenty-two years in prison for $130M Ponzi scheme

A former Cornwall, Ont., man who once owned an Ontario Hockey League team has been sentenced to almost 22 years in prison by a California

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Sgt. Mark Salesse: body of missing RCAF member recovered

The family of Sgt. Mark Salesse has confirmed their son's remains were found today in Banff National Park."The door bell rang, and the three military

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New defence minister Jason Kenney says Canada is open to training Ukrainian forces

The country's new defence minister left the door open Wednesday for Canadian troops to join the U.S. in training Ukrainian forces and for an extension

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Stephen Harper's new election: Lose one minister, shuffle three

It's been a busy "off-week" on Parliament Hill. First Eve Adams bolted from the Conservatives — after the party abandoned her — to become a

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Cenovus loss widens to $472 million as oil company cuts spending plans

Cenovus says it plans to cut 15 per cent of its workforce this year and freeze all remaining employee salaries as the oil company posted

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Dimitri Soudas holds Conservative secrets amid fiancée's move to Liberal Party

Dimitri Soudas held privileged positions in the Conservative Party, including as one of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's closest allies.He went on to become the party's

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Sydney Academy student dies after being struck by school bus

Cape Breton Regional Police say a student died after being struck by a school bus in front of Sydney Academy on Wednesday afternoon.Witnesses told CBC

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Canadian army set to train near site of Boko Haram attacks

Canadian special forces are set to take part in a multi-country military training exercise in a part of Western Africa that continues to see attacks

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Nova Scotia RCMP found unlabelled chemicals packed floor to ceiling in a cottage linked to biochemical weapons specialist Christopher Phillips, who has been charged with... Full story 0 comments

Huge boulder shuts down B.C.'s Highway 12

B.C.'s Highway 12 is closed between Lillooet and Lytton because of a massive boulder that tumbled into the middle of the road.Officials with the Ministry... Full story 0 comments

Canadian Jobs Rise in May Best Since 2002

Canada's economy had its best month for job creation in more than a decade last month, adding 95,000 new jobs, according to Statistics Canada. A consensus... Full story 5 comments

Tropical Storm Andrea Picks Up Strength

Southwestern Nova Scotia and much of the Maritimes are bracing for a good soaking this weekend from the remnants of tropical storm Andrea, first named... Full story 5 comments

Why Are Home Prices So High and When Will They Fall?

A recent report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development that revealed Canada has the third most overvalued real estate in the developed world... Full story 12 comments

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Doug Sargent, toy drive organizer, focus of memorial

A memorial on Saturday in Toronto will celebrate the life and generosity of Doug Sargent, described as a driving force behind the Toronto Fire Fighters ...

Alberta regulator orders Nexen to shut 95 pipelines at site of massive leak

Nexen Energy has been ordered to suspend operations on 95 pipelines at its Long Lake oilsands operation in northern Alberta, where five million litres of bitumen, ...

'Narrowest house' in Toronto hits market at $750,000

A detached house in Toronto is running for less than $1 million, with one major caveat: It's only eight-feet wide. The three-storey house with finished basement ...

Shania Twain Turns 50

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Class-action lawsuit over recalled birth control pill Alysena-28 approved

An Alberta court has agreed to hear a class-action lawsuit brought by women who claim to have become pregnant due to defective birth control pills. ...

Enough already, say Albertans hoping for relief from wildfire smoke

The air quality in Calgary is at six — or moderate risk — on Friday evening. Mandeep Dhaliwal, the air-quality program manager with the Calgary Region Airshed Zone, ...

Mass arrests feared at northern B.C. pipeline protest camp

A dispute over energy projects and aboriginal rights is heating up at a pipeline protest camp in northern B.C. where First Nations leaders fear police ...

Sorrow, despair fill victim statements at Prosa sentencing

Wrenching victim impact statements riveted a Toronto courtroom on Friday at the sentencing for a man found guilty of deadly impaired driving. ...

Buskerfest, Tamil Festival bring weekend road closures

As summer starts to wind down, so does the number of street festivals in and around the city which might offer some relief for drivers. Still, beginning Friday, ...

Burnt Kensington Market house was investigated for fire code violations

The owner of a Kensington Market rowhouse ravaged by a two-alarm fire that forced one occupant to jump to safety from a second-storey window faces charges over alleged fire code ...