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Canada's elections investigator says there is not enough evidence concerning fraudulent robocalls during the 2011 election to warrant charges by the federal public prosecutor.
Condemned homes on a Manitoba reserve were allegedly moved and resold; several troops for Day of Honour have yet to be invited to ceremony.
The job hunt is on for many college and university grads. Pattie Lovett-Reid offers up some tips on landing that role that will launch your career.
Nine years ago today, Jawed Karim posted the first video ever on YouTube. It may be only 18 seconds long, but it has spawned an entire new industry and changed the way stars can become famous.
Four firefighters have been injured, one critically, after a large blaze broke out at a factory in Mississauga, Ont. near Toronto Pearson
LIVE NOW: Ontario MPPs Dwight Duncan and John Capobianco comment on a report from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce
12:00 p.m. ET: Minister of State for Finance Kevin Sorenson speaks about the state of the Canadian economy and pensions
11:15 p.m. ET: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe holds joint press conference with U.S. President Barack Obama at Akasaka Palace, Tokyo