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The Foreign Affairs Department plans to spend up to $5 million next year for a sweeping intelligence study of potential threats to Canada’s foreign embassies and missions.
The City of Red Deer hopes to find a business that wants to paint the city’s green onion. Tenders are once again being sought to repaint the water tower that overlooks downtown Red Deer. The deadline to bid on the project is Dec. 16.
Gregor Robertson proved impervious to charges of weak leadership over his handling of the Occupy Vancouver protest and the lead-up to the Stanley Cup riot, as he easily won a second term as mayor.
A series of U.S. decisions which run counter to Canadian interests highlight the need for Canada to secure access to Asian markets for its energy products, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Sunday.
More than 3,000 police and soldiers backed by armoured personnel carriers raced into Brazil’s biggest slum before dawn Sunday, quickly gaining control of a shantytown ruled for decades by a heavily armed drug gang.
According to Edmonton Eskimos linebacker T.J. Hill, the main weapons in Calgary’s arsenal don’t have names — just numbers. Nine and 82.
The international trade minister says Canada has expressed interest in being at the table for talks on a new Asia-Pacific free trade group, but won’t pre-negotiate entry into the club.
Spending $30,000 for a rotten tooth of John Lennon’s was a sweet deal, says Red Deer dentist Michael Zuk, who bought the celebrity molar through a U.K. auction house on the weekend.
A freak October snowstorm knocked out power Sunday to more than 3.2 million homes and businesses across the U.S. Northeast, with close to two feet (60 centimetres) of snow falling in some areas over the weekend.
Matt Holliday will miss Game 7 of the World Series, leaving the St. Louis Cardinals without one of their top hitters for the final game of the season.
A defiant Quebec Premier Jean Charest tried to shift the focus to the economy on Sunday after months of intense criticism for his handling of an inquiry into the province’s construction industry.
Libya’s new leaders will declare liberation on Sunday, officials said, a move that will start the clock for elections after months of bloodshed that culminated in the death of longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Canada’s Michelle Li is like a gazelle on the badminton court, using lightning speed and incredible reflexes to her full advantage.
Former members of the Canadian military who are struggling with mental health problems say they’re being denied benefits from Veterans Affairs to cover travel costs to their psychologists and other medical professionals.