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Tens of thousands of Quebec public sector workers took to the streets of Montreal Saturday afternoon to pressure the province to reach a deal on their collective agreements.
A Winnipeg-based Metis artist is asking Canadians to take part in a powerful, one-day display of red dresses to represent the country’s missing and murdered aboriginal women.
A Canadian First Nations woman who won this year's Mrs. Universe pageant is urging indigenous people to vote in the October federal election because their issues aren't currently a "priority."
A wildly popular fundraising game that attracted tens of thousands of people to a tiny Cape Breton town in recent weeks came to a climactic end Saturday when a $1.7-million jackpot was awarded to a retired woman and her ailing husband.
Montreal officials are moving forward with a controversial plan to dump eight billion litres of raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River.
Police near Edmonton say two bodies found outside a home after a shooting were a man and a woman who knew each other.
The Canadian Olympic Committee says it has accepted Marcel Aubut's resignation as president of the organization.
A B.C. two-year-old who used to be scared of monsters under her bed is now sleeping soundly, thanks to a special 'monster spray' from the local pharmacy.
Three people are dead and five others in life-threatening condition following a multi-vehicle pileup on Highway 401 in Ajax that involved at least two tractor trailers.
A top paramedic says the fatal crash that claimed the lives of three children and their grandfather north of Toronto has had an unprecedented impact on the well being of first responders.
No winning ticket was sold for the $22 million grand prize in last night's Lotto Max draw.
It's another wet day in Nova Scotia as New Brunswickers continue cleaning up after a torrential downpour that caused widespread damage in that province.
The mayor of Lac-Megantic, who became a symbol of resilience after the tiny Quebec town was devastated by a deadly train derailment, has retired after 13 years on the job.
Don Martin talks to people and players who dominate the political scene.
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