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A former Canadian soldier being held in Iraq is in good health and Canadian Embassy officials are working to win his release, a federal spokeswoman confirmed Monday.
A hill in downtown Montreal was transformed into a veritable slip and slide Monday morning after a light dusting of snow blanketed the city.
Dennis Oland will have to wait until at least next month to learn if a date will be set for a new trial in his father's 2011 murder.
Closing arguments are scheduled to begin today in the trial of three people connected to a British Columbia polygamous community.
To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra recorded the national anthem in the 12 most commonly spoken languages nationwide, using data from Statistics Canada.
A remote northern Manitoba community is mourning the death of a popular teacher, after it was discovered his snowmobile had broken through ice on a lake.
Vancouver's first snowfall of the season is causing widespread traffic delays and has prompted the shut-down of a university campus.
The defence is to begin arguing its case today at the trial of a woman who treated her son with dandelion tea and oil of oregano before he died of a strep infection.
After a 13-year-old girl was killed by an Edmonton city bus on Nov. 26, transit unions are now saying that a design flaw may be to blame for the tragic accident.
A Canadian man who was held hostage in Libya says he thought he was going to die, right up until the moment he was released.
A 53-year-old man, who previously played professional soccer in his native Poland, hopes to play again one day, after a fall that nearly claimed his life and left him paralyzed.
Nova Scotia's schools are going to reopen Tuesday after the province said it's satisfied students will remain safe during a teacher work-to-rule campaign.
A 21-year old suspect is in custody after a violent crime spree in the Montreal area that involved a deadly carjacking and a man being shot through the doors of his own home.
Voters in four Quebec ridings will head to the polls today in what will be Jean-Francois Lisee's first major test as Parti Quebecois leader.
A group of university students in Squamish, B.C., is hoping their school work will help change the life of a woman whose Canadian citizenship was stripped under a little-known policy.
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde has urged his organization's chiefs to summon the courage to acknowledge the painful legacy of abuse on reserves. The AFN holds its annual meeting this week in Gatineau, Que.
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