• A two-storey home for sale in the Kitsilano area of Vancouver on April 4, 2010. Some Metro Vancouver real estate agents have allegedly been involved in “shadow flipping,” or selling a property multiple times before the closing date. (The Canadian Press/Jonathan Hayward)

    BC Premier Tells Real Estate Industry to Act on ‘Shadow Flipping’ Allegations

    Premier Christy Clark says she expects British Columbia’s real estate industry to act on allegations that some agents are exploiting a clause that allows a... Read more

  • Cee Jai Julian, an aboriginal woman who escaped mass murderer Robert Pickton's farm, sings at the People's Gathering for Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls at Carleton University in Ottawa on Feb. 27, 2015. Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett recently met with the families of missing and murdered aboriginal women in Winnipeg, and said she noticed a different tone from similar meetings in other cities. (The Canadian Press/ Patrick Doyle)

    Bennett Hears Anger, Cynicism From Families of Murdered Aboriginal Women

    WINNIPEG—Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett met with the families of missing and murdered aboriginal women in Winnipeg on Feb. 10 and said she noticed a... Read more

  • Shareholders leave the Royal Bank of Canada annual meeting in Calgary on Feb. 28, 2013. A businessman from Nova Scotia has been sentenced to four years in jail after taking $8.5 million from RBC. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh)

    Businessman Jailed in Record Nova Scotia $8.5 Million Fraud

    KENTVILLE, N.S.—An Annapolis Valley businessman has been sentenced to four years in jail after admitting to taking $8.5 million from the Royal Bank of Canada... Read more

  • British Columbia's Lieutenant-Governor Judith Guichon delivers the Throne Speech in the B.C. Legislature in Victoria on Feb. 9, 2016. B.C. ministers say comments made during the throne speech about Alberta’s economy weren’t meant to insult. (The Canadian Press/Jonathan Hayward)

    BC Ministers Say Throne Speech Comments Weren’t Meant to Insult Alberta

     VICTORIA—A day after British Columbia suggested Alberta hasn’t done a good job of managing its oil revenue, a B.C. cabinet minister blamed it for adding... Read more

  • U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter (L) shakes hands with Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan prior to a bilateral meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Feb. 10, 2016.  (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, Pool)

    Canada in Brief, Feb. 4-10

    US defence secretary thanks Sajjan for extra Iraq trainers OTTAWA—U.S. Defence Secretary Ash Carter has thanked his Canadian counterpart Harjit Sajjan for tripling Canada’s contingent... Read more

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    Epoch Times Staff Welcome Lunar New Year with Readers, Supporters, and Dignitaries

    With a banquet hall full of loyal readers, supporters, and dignitaries, Epoch Times staff celebrated the arrival of the Lunar New Year in Edmonton on... Read more

  • Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answers a question as he is joined by (L-R) Minister of National Defense Harjit Sajjan, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie Marie-Claude Bibeau and Minister of Foreign Affairs Stephane Dion at a news conference at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa on Feb. 8, 2016. (Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press via AP)

    Canada to End Airstrikes Against Islamic State Group Shortly

    TORONTO—Canada’s prime minister on Monday announced that the country will end airstrikes against the Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL) in Syria and Iraq by Feb. 22,... Read more

  • The produce department at the Real Canadian Superstore at Argentia Rd. and Winston Churchill Blvd. in North Mississauga, Ontario. (Courtesy of Real Canadian Superstore

    Real Canadian Superstore Embraces Diversity, Prepares for Year of the Monkey

    Like much of Toronto’s substantial Chinese community, Loblaws’ Real Canadian Superstore has adorned its capacious North Mississauga store in preparation for ringing in the Year... Read more

  • International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland answers a question in the House of Commons on Dec. 7, 2015. The federal government has confirmed that it intends to sign the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal this week in New Zealand—but that doesn't necessarily mean Canada will ultimately ratify it, Freeland said Feb. 1, 2016. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick)

    As Canada Signs TPP, Freeland Says Feds Studying Economic Impacts

    OTTAWA—The federal government is studying the potential economic impacts of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canada’s international trade minister confirmed Wednesday, Jan. 3. Chrystia Freeland was... Read more

  • Former CBC Radio host Jian Ghomeshi leaves a Toronto courthouse with his lawyer Marie Henein after the first day of his sexual assault trial on Feb. 1, 2016. (The Canadian Press/Frank Gunn)

    Ghomeshi Trial Shows What Sex-Assault Complainants Face: Women’s Advocates

    TORONTO—The gruelling cross-examination of a woman allegedly assaulted by Jian Ghomeshi drew cringes of discomfort this week as her credibility was battered by the former... Read more

  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley meet in Edmonton on Feb. 3, 2016. (The Canadian Press/Jason Franson)

    Canada in Brief, Jan. 28-Feb. 3

    Trudeau commits to fast-tracking $700M to struggling Alberta EDMONTON—Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau emerged from a meeting Feb. 3 with a... Read more

  • Lobbying commissioner Karen Shepherd appears at a Commons ethics committee on Parliament Hill, May 1, 2012. Shepherd’s new guidance on the section of the lobbyists' code of conduct that deals with gifts has startled the government relations world. (The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld)

    Going Dutch: Sudden Lobbying Changes Ruffle Hyper-Social Ottawa

    OTTAWA—A change in government brings with it a wave of invitations—companies, associations, and not-for-profits all want to get to know the new guard and figure... Read more

  • David Lutz, lawyer for Justin Bourque, leaves Moncton Law Courts on Oct. 27, 2014. Bourque used a semi-automatic rifle to kill three RCMP officers and wound two others.  Ron Davis, whose daughter was gunned down in a robbery, wants a renewed debate on firearm control and the federal long-gun registry. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan)

    Man Whose Daughter Was Murdered Wants New Debate on Gun Control

    RIVERVIEW, N.B.—A New Brunswick man whose young daughter was gunned down in a robbery 29 years ago is calling for a renewed debate on firearm... Read more

  • Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the opening day of the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) at Le Bourget, on the outskirts of Paris, on Nov. 30, 2015. (Alain Jocard/AFP/Getty Images)

    Optimistic Trudeau Administration Brings Canada Closer to US Democrats

    For a decade, Stephen Harper remained Canada’s prime minister largely through a combination of opposition ineffectiveness, fear mongering about crime and terrorism, and his ability... Read more

  • Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau arrives to give a press conference in Ottawa on Oct. 20, 2015, after winning the general elections. (Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images)

    The Trudeau Government: A U.S. View

    Someone said that the Canadians held an election last year, and there is a new “sheriff” in Ottawa? Or was it a new rock star... Read more

  • Democratic Progressive Party leader Tsai Ing-wen waves to supporters in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, on Jan. 9, 2016, a week before winning the presidential election. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

    Professor: ‘Democracy is compatible with Chinese culture’

    OTTAWA—Canadian Parliamentarians and academics say the recent election in Taiwan has set an example of democracy for mainland China. On Jan. 28, the Canada-Taiwan Parliamentary Friendship... Read more

  • Chinese paramilitary police marching through the downtown shopping area of Chongqing in February 2013. Chinese authorities recently indicted a Canadian for allegedly stealing state secrets. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    China Makes Tit-for-Tat ‘Spy’ Accusation of Canadian Citizen

    The Chinese regime is accusing a Canadian, Kevin Garratt, of spying and stealing state secrets. According to Chinese state-run news outlet Xinhua, authorities announced on... Read more

  • Psychologist Israel Kalman role-plays with a student at Canada's Best Karate school in Victoria, B.C. (John Tran/Mark Media)

    Anti-Bullying Programs Failing Kids, Says Expert

    From the time Michigan teen Isaac was seven years old he was the frequent target of bullies. It was mostly the name-calling, singled-out-in-a-crowd type of... Read more

  • William Housty of the Heiltsuk First Nation speaks to reporters outside provincial court in Abbotsford, B.C., on Jan. 27, 2016. Anaheim Ducks' defenceman Clayton Stoner, who didn't appear in court, has pleaded guilty to hunting without a licence and was fined $10,000 after being charged under the Wildlife Act after a grizzly bear was killed on the central coast in 2013. (The Canadian Press/Darryl Dyck)

    NHL’s Clayton Stoner Admits to Hunting Without a Licence in BC Grizzly Hunt

    ABBOTSFORD, B.C.—National Hockey League defenceman Clayton Stoner has pleaded guilty to hunting without a licence in connection to a grizzly bear hunt on British Columbia’s... Read more

  • Tashina Montgrand lays flowers outside the La Loche Community School as her daughters look on, Jan. 25, 2016. The Saskatchewan community is struggling to recover after a shooting that left four dead and seven wounded. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

    People Ponder Way Forward for La Loche After School Shooting

    LA LOCHE, Sask.—Despite the pain and grief following a mass shooting that has torn at the fabric of a northern Saskatchewan town, there is hope... Read more

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