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KELOWNA, B.C. — Wednesday’s spotty showers did little to quench a very dry reality - B.C.’s Okanagan is facing a serious drought this summer.
SQUAMISH, B.C. — A three-year-old girl is recovering after being attacked by a cougar near her Squamish, B.C., home as her mom relives the terror of locking eyes with the beast she pushed off her bleeding daughter.
The remains of Cpl. Martin Dube, the latest soldier to die in Afghanistan, have arrived on Canadian soil.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff ended their political brinkmanship Wednesday with a deal to avoid an election — at least until the fall.
Air Canada says it will allow passengers to bring their cat or small dog in the cabin on flights beginning in two weeks — for $100 on a domestic return trip and $200 for overseas trips.
The worldwide shortage of radioactive isotopes because of the shutdown of Canada’s Chalk River reactor is perhaps the biggest crisis ever to hit the field of nuclear imaging, says the organization representing the profession.
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff appear close to a pact that will allow the Conservative government to survive a confidence vote that could trigger a rare summer election.
OTTAWA — Canada quietly signed an international agreement on regulating private security companies in war-zones just weeks after a Canadian soldier was allegedly shot by a contractor during a confused firefight in Afghanistan last summer.
OTTAWA — New rosier outlooks for the Canadian economy are giving a welcome boost to the federal government’s prospects for coming out of the deep deficit hole within a few years.
The commissioner heading the public inquiry into Robert Dziekanski’s death can consider the conduct of four Mounties that night, a judge has concluded, rejecting the officers’ arguments that he has no jurisdiction to do so.
The Society of Nuclear Medicine says the shortage of radioactive isotopes due to the Chalk River reactor shutdown is the worst crisis ever to hit the profession.
Residents chased from their homes by a wild fire in the B.C. Interior are itching to get back to their properties
Finance Minister Jim Flaherty has dismissed a prediction of deeper, longer-term deficits from Parliament’s budget watchdog.
The United States will work with Canada to find a way to alleviate concerns surrounding the Buy American policy in the U.S. economic stimulus bill, which some say is shutting Canadian companies out of lucrative contracts, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Saturday.
Officials have ruled out the prime suspect in the mystery over how a herd of Alberta pigs was infected with the new swine flu virus sweeping the globe.
MONTREAL — A Montreal woman says Canadian border agents made her strip to see if she had a pink tattoo on her buttocks after mixing her up with an alleged criminal.
VANCOUVER — Some of the residents chased from their homes by a wild fire in the B.C. Interior have returned to their properties, while others might be out for quite some time.
Swine flu has started to circulate in First Nations communities in northern Ontario, with hundreds of people falling ill on the Sandy Lake First Nation reserve.
The World Health Organization’s decision to declare the swine flu outbreak a pandemic is largely technical and people shouldn’t worry, says Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq.
In the days before she hanged herself from a beam in the basement of her third foster home, a 15-year-old southern Alberta girl told her sisters and ex-boyfriend that life was no longer worth living.