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MOON RIVER, Ont. — A sandal swirling in the current, beer cans, abandoned T-shirts and shoes strewn on rocks — remnants of a long weekend gone awry at a spot where vacationers often go cliff-jumping into a flooded eddy in Ontario’s cottage country.
Fire officials say a blaze on a B.C. Olympic mountain is much smaller than originally feared but just in case, there’s a backup plan if the winds suddenly shift and threaten 2010 Games venues.
Some fish stocks that were on the verge of collapse are showing signs of recovery due largely to intensive management practices, according to new research that suggests limits on overfishing are saving imperilled fisheries.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says another federal election would serve only to undermine the current economic recovery.
Canada is still providing training to members of the Honduran army, despite the military coup that sent the Central American country into turmoil late last month.
A Canadian reservist has been found guilty of criminal negligence causing death in the shooting of a fellow soldier he shared a tent with in Afghanistan.
A year ago, Kayli Shaw boarded a Greyhound bus for a long cross-country journey from Edmonton to her home in Ontario.
A company belonging to self-described financial planner Earl Jones was declared bankrupt on Wednesday, paving the way for trustees to determine whether anything can be salvaged for people he has allegedly defrauded.
Don’t call him Debbie Downer — economists say Finance Minister Jim Flaherty might be reticent to join the central bank in declaring the recession over because he knows Canada isn’t out of the woods yet.
Julie Payette will help conduct an inspection of the Space Shuttle Endeavour on Wednesday before she and its crew head back to Earth, completing her second-ever visit to the International Space Station.
Karlheinz Schreiber hasn’t packed a suitcase for Germany now that public hearings on his financial dealings with former prime minister Brian Mulroney have drawn to a close.
A daily newspaper in New Brunswick has apologized to Stephen Harper for a story it published on July 8 that said the prime minister slipped a communion wafer in his jacket pocket at a funeral mass for former Gov.-Gen. Romeo LeBlanc.
Nearly 780,000 Canadians collected Employment Insurance during May — the highest figure since Statistics Canada began tracking that data in 1997.
A teenage girl with a “capacity for manipulation” and a “lack of empathy” who waged a relentless campaign to have her 14-year-old perceived romantic rival killed, was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for the “malevolent” crime.
Federal Conservatives say the prospects of an election seem to be just about as damp as eastern Canada’s soggy summer.
New Brunswick’s education minister says the province won’t enforce two key recommendations of a coroner’s inquest into a horrifying highway crash that claimed eight lives in January 2008.
Four members of a family were found dead Sunday inside a home in northern Alberta.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says farms where pigs have swine flu won’t be quarantined anymore because there is no need.
A father and his son defying an evacuation order to save their waterfront home from a raging forest fire instead ended up in a race to save a waterbomber pilot whose plane had crashed into the lake.
A woman and her husband were browsing through raffle prizes at a crowded wedding reception shortly before midnight Saturday when a gunman burst in spraying bullets — killing her and injuring him and another woman.