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The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) knows that about 130 individuals have left Canada to join terrorist organizations...
The murder of a fine, dedicated soldier performing the most honourable of duties hits at the very soul of Canadians
The World Wildlife Fund reported this week an alarming decrease in the population size of species around the world.
Maybe they can get beyond the endless blame-your-neighbour mentality and actually come up with a deal that works, says Margaret Evans
The newly crafted labour peace may, though, only be a labour truce for now.
The whole Franklin story not only represents Canadian and Arctic history but the entire saga of colonial exploration and trade.
Discussion, compromise, and willingness to give and take are needed to move forward.
While predicting earthquakes is still a seismologist’s dream, our understanding of them is growing, if in intriguing ways.
The death of Robin Williams highlights the cost and complexity of mental illness
The downed plane and any Russian involvement is a game changer. The Ukraine conflict could even could threaten European security.
A hot dry summer this year followed by an El Nino event in the winter could threaten water supply issues in coming years.
Few labour disputes have been as bitter as the standoff between the British Columbia Teachers Federation and the provincial government.
The Code sets standards for housing, feed, health and welfare, husbandry practices, transportation and humane euthanasia
It was the courage of soldiers like Jim Wilkins who put a face on an invasion that allowed the world to hope again.
Murmurs among scientists are that, with the rapid thawing of the world’s icy regions, glaciers are likely at a tipping point
The tragedy last week of six dogs dying in the back of a pick-up truck is a harsh reminder of the care dogs need as temperatures warm up.
According to a recent survey, 46 per cent of Americans are tipping less and keeping tips under 20 per cent of the bill.
Forty years later, foreign temps are snapping up routine jobs right under Canadians’ noses and some employers are laying off local employees
Keeping these highly intelligent, sensitive, far-roaming animals in something akin to a bathtub has raises troubling ethical issues.
With diligent research, a lot of things have gone right for the humpback whale; we should be celebrating that it is no longer endangered.