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Milos Raonic vs Kei Nishikori: TV Channel, Live Stream, Head to Head, Highlights for US Open Match

Milos Raonic, of Canada, returns a shot against Victor Estrella Burgos, of Dominican Republic, during the third round of the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament, Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
Milos Raonic, of Canada, returns a shot against Victor Estrella Burgos, of Dominican Republic, during the third round of the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament, Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Milos Raonic will take on Kei Nishikori in the US Open fourth round on Monday in New York City. The pair are set to start...

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Two Women Brawl on Plane, Force Flight to Return

TORONTO—Two Canadian women are facing charges after authorities say they drank their duty free alcohol in the flight’s bathroom, triggered the fire alarm with a cigarette and got into a fight each other, forcing a Sunwing flight bound for Cuba …... Read More




  • U.S. President Richard Nixon and Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau talk in Trudeau's office on Parliament Hill April 14, 1972. Trudeau's bid to enhance Canadian sovereignty and promote economic development in the Arctic created some friction with the United States, according to a declassified CIA report. (The Canadian Press/Chuck Mitchell)

    Trudeau’s Arctic Policy Sparked International Friction: CIA Report

    OTTAWA—Pierre Trudeau’s bid to enhance Canadian sovereignty and promote economic development in the Arctic created some “friction” with the United States, says a declassified CIA... Read more

  • Canadians Pay More Than $500M in Fees a Year for Paper Bills, Statements

    TORONTO—Canadians are probably paying more than half a billion dollars a year to receive printed bills and bank statements by mail, according to the Public... Read more

  • Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard (L) chats with Ghislain Picard of the Assembly of First Nations in Charlottetown Aug. 27, 2014. In the absence of a national inquiry, Canada's premiers and aboriginal leaders are calling on the federal government to participate in a roundtable to address the high number of native women who are missing and murdered. (The Canadian Press/Andrew Vaughan)

    Premiers, Native Leaders Call for Forum on Missing, Murdered Aboriginal Women

    CHARLOTTETOWN—Canada’s premiers and aboriginal leaders are inviting the federal government to participate in a roundtable to address the high number of native women who are... Read more

  • In this July 22, 2009, photo a Tim Hortons coffee cup is seen in New York. The Canadian doughnut chain moved into 12 former Dunkin Donut locations earlier in the month, bringing new blood to the doughnut war in America's most competitive market. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

    Tim Hortons a Big Part of Canadian Identity

    TORONTO—Few things unite Canadians the way Tim Hortons does. For half a century, they have warmed themselves on chilly mornings with the chain’s coffee and... Read more

  • Demonstrators march in the streets of downtown Montreal to protest a proposed tuition fee hike, Nov. 22, 2012. Canadians are becoming increasingly concerned about the ever-rising costs of post-secondary education and who will pay for them, according to several new polls. (The Canadian Press/Graham Hughes)

    Rising Tuition Fees a Burden on Both Parents and Students

    Canadians are becoming increasingly concerned about the ever-rising costs of post-secondary education and who will pay for them, according to a series of polls released... Read more

  • Heavy taxes compel many to drop dual citizenship to become solely Canadian. (Jeff Nelson, CC BY)

    Americans Line Up to Renounce US Citizenship in Toronto

    TORONTO—Patricia Moon still remembers the terror that sent her rushing to the U.S. consulate in Toronto to renounce her U.S. citizenship back in 2012. That... Read more

  • People walk past the Connaught Hospital in Freetown that is used for treatment of Ebola virus victims in the city of Freetown, Sierra Leone, Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014. (AP Photo/ Michael Duff)

    Ebola Latest News 2014 in Sierra Leone: Canada Pulls Lab Team From African Country

    TORONTO—Canada is evacuating a three-member mobile laboratory team from Sierra Leone after people in their hotel were diagnosed with Ebola. The World Health Organization earlier announced... Read more

  • Kari Lehtonen of the Dallas Stars incurs a concussion while playing against the Minnesota Wild on March 8, 2014, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. The Canadian Concussion Collaborative says all sports organizations in Canada should implement a concussion management protocol. (Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

    Concussion Management Policies Needed in Sport: Advocacy Group

    A coalition of leading health groups is calling on Canada’s sports organizations to implement policies to better protect participants from concussion. The Canadian Concussion Collaborative... Read more

  • Police investigate the scene of an armoured car robbery at the University of Alberta in Edmonton on June 15, 2012, that left three people dead. Canada’s largest union says better safety standards are needed in the armoured vehicle industry. (REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber)

    Canada’s Armoured Car Drivers at Risk, Says Union

    A brazen attack on two armoured car guards in a Montreal suburb last week that saw thieves escape with over $400,000 has sparked renewed calls... Read more

  • Burger King and Tim Hortons locations in close proximity in Ottawa, Canada. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Sean Kilpatrick)

    Burger King’s Purchase of Tim Hortons All About Growth Together

    TORONTO—The players in Burger King’s deal to buy Tim Hortons are promising there will be no mixing of Whoppers and Timbits, but industry analysts say... Read more

  • Everyone watches TV in "Family Guy." The CRTC is inviting Canadians to have their say on the future of the television system. (The Canadian Press/AP, Fox)

    CRTC Seeks Input on Future of Canada’s TV Service

    With Canadians increasingly using a number of different platforms to view their favourite TV shows and movies, coupled with long-standing dissatisfaction with the current bundling... Read more

  • Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks during the welcoming ceremony to the last of Canada's troops from Afghanistan as they returned to Ottawa International Airport on March 18, 2014, in Ottawa, Ontario. (Cole Burston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Reporters From Chinese Propaganda Agencies Accused of Spying on Canadian Prime Minister

    OTTAWA—A former staffer from the Canadian Prime Minister’s Office has said “reporters” from Chinese propaganda agencies were spying on and monitoring Prime Minister Steven Harper... Read more

  • Anthony Di lorio, a Bitcoin evangelist, stands beside a BTM that sells his own personal Bitcoins at his downtown Toronto business centre. Di lorio says recent thefts of Bitcoin are the fault of poorly secured third parties. (Chrisy Trudeau/Epoch Times)

    Bitcoin Beckons Questions

    Banks create money when they loan it out. Sounds hard to believe, but it’s true. According to the Bank of Canada, “Commercial banks and other... Read more

  • A police officer is hugged by a fellow public sector worker as they protest against proposed pension changes in front of Montreal’s city hall on June 17, 2014. Demonstrators’ raucous protest at city hall on Aug. 20—and the inaction of Montréal police—has drawn condemnation from Premier Philippe Couillard. (The Canadian Press/Ryan Remiorz)

    Quebec Premier Condemns Montreal Pension Protest, Police Apathy

    MONTREAL—Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard has condemned a raucous pension reform protest at Montreal city hall and the perceived inaction of local police as it quickly... Read more

  • Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper addresses media alongside Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (not pictured) during a joint press conference in Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada on June 9, 2014. (Cole Burston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Suspected of Spying, Chinese Journalists Banned by Canadian PM

    OTTAWA—The office of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper banned reporters from China’s state-run news outlets from his trip to the Arctic, amid concerns over just... Read more

  • Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper pauses as he address the media alongside Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (not shown) on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canda, June 9, 2014. (Cole Burston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Canadian PM Bans China’s State-Run Outlets From Trip Over Bad Behavior

    The Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper banned reporters from China’s state-run news outlets from an upcoming trip, citing a history of bad behavior. A spokesperson... Read more


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