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Then there is the guy who started a fire at his home by trying to dry his socks and underwear in the microwave.
These MPs will help select the next member of the Supreme Court of Canada.
A bilateral spat between Canada and the United States over lobster is on a slow boil, with protesting fishermen ordered back to work by an injunction.
The price of food may rise as much as four per cent next year.
The status of that audit on the government's proposed purchase of F-35 fighter jets is unknown, more than two months after the government's self-imposed deadline on the matter.
The government is pondering the idea of charging maintenance fees to business located near national parks and historic sites.
A court has ordered a psychiatric assessment of confessed child abductor Randall Hopley.
The National Hockey League says it will lock out its players on Sept. 15 if it cannot reach a new labour agreement with them by then.
The relentless heat of this summer is stark proof of global warming, contends one NASA scientist. Rather than fight it, farmers are looking for plants and animals engineered to combat such conditions.
Shoppers, get ready for a U.S. invasion by these six well-known retailers.
Os socorristas lutam contra o tempo para tentar resgatar com vida passageiros da barca que afundou na costa meridional da Coreia do Sul. Até a manhã de... More Os socorristas lutam contra o tempo para tentar resgatar com vida passageiros da barca que afundou na costa meridional da Coreia do Sul. Até a manhã desta sexta-feira nove mortes foram confirmadas. As famílias das vítimas estão desesperadas.
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