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  • Germany’s ambassador to Canada Werner Wnendt speaks at a ceremony at Ottawa City Hall to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau and the 10th annual International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Jan. 27, 2015. (Limin Zhou/Epoch Times)

    Ottawa Memorial Marks Holocaust Remembrance Day

    OTTAWA—Hundreds gathered at Ottawa City Hall on Jan. 27 for a memorial marking the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau and the 10th annual... Read more

  • Two chickens wait in their cage after poultry markets closed due to the risk of spreading the H7N9 bird flu virus at Guiyang in Guizhou Province, on Feb. 20, 2014. So far this year China has confirmed 115 human H7N9 cases, including 25 deaths. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    First Case of Human Bird Flu in North America Confirmed, a Second Possible

    A woman who recently traveled to China has tested positive for H7N9 avian influenza, Canadian officials confirmed Monday. This is the first documented case of... Read more

  • Author, journalist, and former MP Simma Holt speaks with passersby at a Falun Gong rally outside the Vancouver Art Gallery in August 2007. Holt died on Jan. 23 at age 92. (Epoch Times)

    ‘I was born to care': The Legendary Simma Holt Dies at 92

    There was so much life in Simma Holt that it’s hard to believe she’s gone. The journalist, author, and former member of the House of... Read more

  • Royal Crown Academic School: Explosion at North York, Toronto School

    An explosion has left at least 17 students injured at the Royal Crown Academic School in North York, Toronto, according to reports on Thursday. The... Read more

  • Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau speaks to the media at the Liberal party’s winter caucus meeting in London, Ont., on Jan. 20, 2015. Trudeau won’t say if he thinks the federal government should abandon its commitment to a balanced budget given the economic turmoil caused by plunging oil prices. (The Canadian Press/Dave Chidley)

    Trudeau Mum on Running Deficits as Oliver Slams Liberal Economic Policy

    LONDON, Ont.—Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is taking flack from Finance Minister Joe Oliver over economic policies discussed at the party’s caucus meeting in London, Ontario,... Read more

  • Cadbury Creme Eggs move down the production line at the Cadbury’s factory in Birmingham, England. The recipe for the iconic creme egg is being changed in the U.K. but not in Canada. (AP Photo/Simon Dawson)

    Eggs-treme Reaction to Altered Creme Egg Recipe but No Change in Canada

    TORONTO—Shell-shocked chocolate lovers are crying fowl over word that the recipe for the iconic Cadbury Creme Egg is being changed in the U.K. But not... Read more

  • International Trade Minister Ed Fast responds to a question in the House of Commons on Nov. 27, 2014. The government has taken the unusual step of signing a legal order to prevent Alaska from imposing Buy American policies on the construction of a new ferry terminal in Prince Rupert, B.C. (The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld)

    Alaska Brushes Off Canada’s Legal Warning Over ‘Buy American’ Spat in BC

    OTTAWA—Alaska is refusing to budge after the Harper government issued a legal threat over the state’s plan to build on Canadian soil with exclusively American... Read more

  • Conservative MP Shelley Glover (C) arrives with family members on Parliament Hill, July 15, 2013. Glover said at a Canada Council of the Arts reception on Jan. 20, 2015, that the arts are valuable in supporting freedom of expression. (The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld)

    Arts Valuable in Support of Freedom of Expression: Heritage Minister

    OTTAWA—Heritage Minister Shelly Glover says the arts are important to freedom of expression and encourages the Canadian arts community to “never give up”—a reference to... Read more

  • Sylvia McEachen is shown at her home in Fitzroy Harbour, Ont., with an image of Eric Dejaeger on her computer behind her, in March 2011. McEachen was instrumental in having Dejaeger returned to Canada from his native Belgium to face sex-abuse charges. The former Oblate missionary is facing sentencing on 32 counts of sexual abuse committed when he was stationed in Igloolik between 1978 and 1982. (The Canadian Press/Fred Chartrand)

    Crown Wants 25 Years for Sex-Abusing Former Arctic Priest

    IQALUIT, Nunavut—Prosecutors have asked an Arctic court to sentence a defrocked priest convicted of sexually abusing dozens of Inuit children to 25 years in prison... Read more

  • The Chimo Hotel, the scene of an evacuation and police investigation, is shown in Ottawa on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. A 42-year-old man was arrested without incident at the hotel after police found his vehicle.  (The Canadian Press/Fred Chartrand)

    Man at Centre of Dangerous Chemicals Probe in NS Arrested in Ottawa

    A 42-year-old man at the centre of a dangerous chemicals investigation in Nova Scotia was quietly arrested at an Ottawa hotel Jan. 21 as police... Read more

  • Hillary Clinton says Canada, World Must Fight Terrorist Propaganda

    WINNIPEG—Former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton is calling on Canada to continue fighting the “ideology of hate” and propaganda that is fuelling terrorism. Clinton... Read more

  • Three Companies Now Charged After 2013 Bird Kill in New Brunswick

    SAINT JOHN, N.B.—Three companies now face charges after thousands of birds died in 2013 when they flew into a flare burning at a natural gas... Read more

  • Crown Defends Issuing Arrest Warrant for Hockey Great Guy Lafleur in 2008

    MONTREAL —The Crown maintains the warrant issued for the arrest of former hockey great Guy Lafleur in 2008 was justified considering the seriousness of the... Read more

  • Irving Shipbuilding to Lead $26 Billion Frigate Replacement Program

    OTTAWA—Days after signing a contract to build its long-anticipated Arctic patrol ships, the Harper government has quietly indicated it will designate Halifax-based Irving Shipbuilding as... Read more

  • The Bank of Canada cut its overnight target rate to 0.75 percent on Jan. 21, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Bank of Canada Cuts Policy Rate to 0.75% on Oil Price Plunge

    OTTAWA—In a surprising move on Wednesday, the Bank of Canada cut its overnight rate from 1 percent to 0.75 percent due to the sharp drop... Read more

  • Patrons line up to get into a Mississauga LCBO outlet as others leave after stocking up on their New Year’s Eve beverages on Dec. 31, 2007. One of Canada’s first Dry January campaigns took place this year as a way to raise money for the Canadian Diabetes Association while balancing out holiday indulgence. (The Canadian Press/J.P. Moczulski)

    Dry January Starting to Get Its Feet Wet in Canada

    Dry January, a month-long alcohol-free campaign popular in the United Kingdom, is just beginning to get its feet wet in Canada. The pledge to stay... Read more

  • Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird talks during a press conference with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shukri at the Egyptian foreign ministry in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. Baird says he held “constructive and fruitful” discussions with his Egyptian counterpart over resolution of the case of a Canadian-Egyptian journalist from Al-Jazeera English held over a year in terrorism-related charges along with two others. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

    Canada’s FM Discusses Jailed Reporters on Egypt Visit

    CAIRO—Canada’s foreign minister expressed hope Thursday that the fate of a Canadian-Egyptian journalist jailed on terror charges with his two colleagues from Al-Jazeera English Television... Read more

  • In this March 5, 2013 photo, a Canadian flag flies on the car of a customer's car parked in front of a Target store in Guelph, Ontario. On Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015, Target said it plans to exit Canada, citing the company didn't foresee operations being profitable there until at least 2021. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Dave Chidley)

    Target Closing All Stores in Canada

    MINNEAPOLIS—Target is closing up shop in Canada. More than 17,600 employees will eventually lose their jobs when the U.S. discount retailer closes its 133 Canadian... Read more

  • Stephen Harper

    Anti-Terror Bill and Civil Liberties: A Familiar Tug of War for Harper

    OTTAWA—As the prime minister and his cabinet craft the latest anti-terror legislation, they’ll be thrust into a familiar balancing act between civil liberties and public... Read more

  • Emergency workers search for victims on Jan. 25, 2014, in L'Isle-Verte, Que., at the scene of a fire at a seniors’ residence that killed 32 and injured 15. The seniors’ advocacy group CARP is calling on Ottawa and the provinces to enact legislation to prevent such fires. (The Canadian Press/Ryan Remiorz)

    Help Prevent Another L’Isle Verte Tragedy, Seniors’ Advocacy Group Urges

    The seniors’ advocacy group CARP is calling on Ottawa and the provinces to enact legislation to require the use of fire sprinkler systems in all... Read more

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