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Possible Pierre Poutine Charged

April 3, 2013, 9:34 pm
A Tory staffer has been charged in the robocall scandal but concerns remain that rules are too weak.

New Job Grant will Help Housing Market, say Experts

April 3, 2013, 7:11 pm
The Canada Job Grant will help boost the housing market, say experts, but more is needed to improve affordability.

Beauty with a Purpose

April 3, 2013, 6:56 pm
Toronto student Anastasia Lin in the running for Miss World Canada 2013, hopes to advocate for religious freedom.

Canadian Bison Aid Russian Conservation Project

April 3, 2013, 6:47 pm
Thirty wood bison have been shipped from Edmonton to Sakha, Russia, to establish a herd there.


National

New ‘Welcome to Canada’ Guide Unveiled

The federal government has unveiled an improved guide for new immigrants that offers information on everything from Canada’s relationship with the British monarchy and the [...]


Canada Performs well in Education, Report Finds

Canada has one of the best system of education and skills in the world, says a report by the Conference Board of Canada.



Toronto

Arthouse: Creative and Inspired Living in Markham

Arthouse condos in Markham draw inspiration from the visual arts as well as from Chinese feng shui tradition.


College Finishing School for University Grads?

Many students are opting to go straight to college, not just because it is cheaper and easier to get in, but because it is more practical and flexible.



Ottawa

Forum: Human Rights and Canada-China Relations

Recent developments in Canada’s relations with China was the topic of a forum hosted Monday by Green party leader Elizabeth May and Rev. Majed El Shafie.


Zhen Shan Ren: Profound Beauty Amidst Cruelty

Opening night interviews at Zhen Shan Ren art exhibit in Ottawa .



Alberta

Human Rights Must Come First in CNOOC/Nexen Review: Alberta MLA

Swann said Canada’s decision on CNOOC’s proposal to take over Nexen should be based on the principles of human rights.


Alberta Faces Drought if Water System Not Improved, Report Warns

Report calls on the Alberta government to address chronic shortcomings in the province’s water management system.



Vancouver

Try the ‘Welfare Diet,’ Group Challenges Politicians, Residents

A B.C. anti-poverty group is challenging residents to eat on just $26 for a week later this month.


Vancouver’s Walk for Peace Marks 30 Years

It was 30 years ago this month that Joseph Roberts organized Vancouver’s first Walk for Peace, which drew 35,000 people.


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