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RIVERHURST, Sask. — Mighty winds have ravaged a farm northwest of Regina.
Eight-year-old David Lee, from Taiwan, stands with Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games mascot Quatchi, as his family takes photographs after becoming a Canadian citizen during a citizenship ceremony at the Vancouver Organizing Committee’s headquarters in Vancouver, B.C., on Monday. Thirty-two new Canadians from 13 countries took the oath of citizenship during the ceremony.
Fred Lind was walking his dog along the shores of Kluane Lake, in the Yukon community of Destruction Bay, when he saw a small float plane make what he thought was a near-perfect landing before it flipping over and killed a 63-year-old passenger inside.
The family of a young man swarmed by about 20 attackers and beaten to death with baseball and cricket bats was still trying to absorb the tragedy on Monday.
OTTAWA — Jean Chretien joined the rarified company of humanitarians Albert Schweitzer, Mother Teresa and Nelson Mandela on Monday as the Queen appointed the former PM to the exclusive Order of Merit.
OTTAWA — The already shaky isotope supply may get a whole lot shakier.
OTTAWA — Travellers from Mexico and the Czech Republic will require visas to get into Canada, effective this week — a move that earned swift rebukes from both countries.
Pilots with Air Canada (TSX:AC.B) have approved a new labour agreement by a thin margin that’s part of the money-losing airline’s efforts to reduce its costs and avoid having to seek bankruptcy protection.
Canadian farmers are skeptical that a $20-million federal investment announced Friday to track livestock from grocery stores around the world back to Canadian farms will help beleaguered producers.
Ontario is reporting an additional two deaths associated with the swine flu for a national total of 41.
Two American men were killed and another was missing after a tornado uprooted two cabins and dropped the buildings into a northwestern Ontario lake.
Swine flu vaccine production has hit a snag, with manufacturers reporting a disappointingly low yield when vaccines viruses are grown in eggs.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are set to visit Canada next summer. Gov. Gen. Michaelle Jean confirmed the mid-2010 visit in a statement Sunday.
SIDNEY, B.C. — Emperor Akihito of Japan thrilled Canadian marine scientists Sunday as he quizzed them with ocean-related questions during a visit to the Institute of Ocean Sciences near Victoria.
MONTREAL — Bounced retirement home cheques. Tens of thousands in unpaid income taxes. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in possibly lost life savings.
TORONTO — NDP Leader Jack Layton is urging Ottawa to send a senior member of Parliament to Iran to secure the release of Canadian-Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari.
OTTAWA — Minority-government fatigue seems to be setting in with voters.
Winnipeg police have charged a 27-year-old woman with second-degree murder in the death of a 21-month-old child.
Tourists take in the views as Canadian flags blow in the wind at the top of Whistler mountain in Whistler, B.C., on Thursday. Whistler is the host mountain for the alpine events at 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
A twin-engine cargo plane was transporting blood for Canada Blood Services when it crashed, killing two pilots just kilometres shy of the runway at Vancouver International Airport.