USA vs CANADA, Which Country Is A Better Place To Live?

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Target Canada workers feel left in the dark as stores close

When Target invaded Canada and started hiring thousands of new staff, workers flocked to the beloved American retail giant. They were eager to be part ... Full story

Billionaire DeGroote's casino dream turns into organized crime nightmare

One of Canada's richest men, whose name adorns a university and the Order of Canada, poured $112 million US into a gambling venture headed by ... Full story

Pharmacists say corporate pressure can lead to prescription mistakes

Some Canadian pharmacists are saying they are under intense pressure to meet business quotas, which causes an assembly-line mentality that increases the likelihood of making ... Full story

Oil industry isn't remotely the entire Canadian economy,' PM Harper told St. Catharines audience this week

The Conservative government is considering a strong focus on the manufacturing sector in the upcoming budget, part of a general shift in attention towards Ontario ... Full story

Oil well association predicts 41% drop in active drilling for 2015

The Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors is predicting major job losses in 2015 because of low oil prices.It issued a revised drilling activity forecast ... Full story

Radicalization a growing risk in Canadian prisons

Federal prisons are potential breeding grounds for Islamist radicalization and the government and correctional system are doing little to confront the public safety risk, experts ... Full story

Tennis player Eugenie Bouchard says it's time to stop talking about 'Twirlgate'

Eugenie Bouchard — the unwitting protagonist of an Australian Open saga that has been dubbed "Twirlgate" — would prefer if people just focused on her ... Full story

Middle East Cyber Army claims Terrasse-Vaudreuil website hack

The website for a small town on Île-Perrot, Que., has been hacked by someone claiming to be linked to Islamic extremists.The homepage of the Terrasse-Vaudreuil ... Full story

Joe Oliver 'not surprised' at Bank of Canada cut

Finance Minister Joe Oliver says he will not budge from his plan to deliver a balanced budget come April, even with the recent decline in ... Full story

Eric Dejaeger four-year sentencing: 'I promise not to re-offend'

Eric Dejaeger addressed the court today as his four-day sentencing hearing wrapped up in Iqaluit."I am really sorry for what I have done," the 67-year-old ... Full story

Ontario government sues CN rail for millions in firefighting costs

The province is seeking compensation from Canadian National Railway over four forest fires in 2012, including $38 million for a massive fire near Timmins.The province ... Full story

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