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An infant boy in Winnipeg remains in serious but stable condition after being hit in the head during what police believe was a domestic dispute.
OTTAWA — A diplomatic offensive must accompany the renewal of NATO’s military campaign, otherwise the nearly eight-year-old war in Afghanistan is doomed to fail, a Liberal senator said Monday.
TORONTO — Canada can no longer afford the Conservative government, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff said Monday as he unveiled his party’s economic platform, promising not to raise taxes to eliminate a growing federal deficit.
MONTREAL — A white-collar criminal accused of defrauding 9,200 people in a massive scheme walked into court in uncharacteristically casual attire Monday, sporting a gym bag, running shoes and a sweater in anticipation of a trip to jail.
Former British Columbia premier Bill Vander Zalm jumped back into the political spotlight Saturday when he led the biggest of 20 provincewide rallies against the proposed harmonized sales tax.
The NDP feels it’s gotten a bad rap.
Canadian officials are being vague about why this country is conspicuously absent from a list of developed nations donating one-tenth of their pandemic vaccine to countries that don’t have access to the shots.
Stiffer sentences for white-collar criminals promised by the federal government are only a first step in the battle against Ponzi and other financial scams that seem to grab headlines almost daily, victims say.
A weeklong political roller-coaster glided to an anticlimactic halt Friday as Stephen Harper’s minority government easily survived its first confidence test of the fall parliamentary session.
Most telephone customers in Canada will be getting rebates estimated between $5 and $20 after the country’s top court ruled carriers must refund subscribers $300 million from an unspent broadband expansion account.
A young Canadian soldier who “wouldn’t hurt a spider” was given an emotional sendoff during a ramp ceremony at Kandahar Airfield late Friday.
Pull out your cellphone, text a keyword and make a donation on the go. Mobile giving capitalizes on the popularity of text messaging and is launching in Canada today.
For someone who considers herself a responsible and mature person, Natalie Czerwinski is coping a lot worse than she thought she would during her first month of university.
Brigette Horvath knew she saw something strange in Cameron Lake on Vancouver Island two years ago and a team of researchers say she might be right. Was it a fish, an eel or some kind of serpent-like creature?
A 23-year-old man is in custody and will be charged after his infant son was found stabbed near the eye, Winnipeg police said Sunday.
A B.C. man has died on a southern Alberta highway after his motorcycle drifted off the highway in brisk winds.
While the oilsands industry tries to calm any frayed nerves after a splashy protest by Greenpeace at a Shell work site in northern Alberta, some analysts say the infiltration of such a huge operation should serve as a warning about the security of energy installations.
The federal government won’t say if Canadians who suffer harmful side effects from the new swine flu shot can take the vaccine maker to court.
A public opinion poll conducted for National Defence says half of Canadians surveyed want their soldiers to return to a “peacekeeping only” role in the world.
RCMP say it’s fortunate a boy wasn’t injured when he rescued his five-year-old brother from the clutches of an alleged child abductor in a small Saskatchewan community.