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Canada Should Play a Bigger Role in Global Affairs, Experts Say
Canada needs to play a bigger role in the world, an international conference of policy-makers held in Ottawa ...
April 7, 2016
Perfect Storm Led to Decline in Canada’s Newspapers, Committee Hears
Canada's newspaper industry has seen a perfect storm over the last 20 years, leading to the rapid decline ...
March 9, 2016
Situation Facing Canada’s Daily Newspapers Is Grim, Government Committee Hears
A study of Canada's newspapers began with bleak testimony in Ottawa on Tuesday, Feb. 23, as MPs heard ...
February 25, 2016
Rhodes Scholars Laud Unique Canadian Learning Program
It's difficult to draw similarities between Rhodes Scholars with varied backgrounds and interests, but for the most recent ...
January 19, 2016
Strengthening Canadians’ Respect for Political Institutions a Priority: Monsef
Reforming how a country's democratic system works is no easy task, nor is the job of running a ...
January 13, 2016
Regan Says He Hopes to See ‘Continued Improvement’ in Parliamentary Decorum
Geoff Regan, Canada's new House Speaker, aims to create a different kind of tone in the Commons.
December 16, 2015
Carolyn Bennett: A Minister With a Monumental Mandate
Carolyn Bennett, Canada's new Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, has been tasked with what some might describe ...
November 25, 2015
Food Performance Report Card Gives Canada a B-
A first-ever grading of Canada’s food system compared to 16 other OECD countries gives Canada a B- overall, ...
October 29, 2015
Voter Turnout for Monday’s Election Highest in Over a Decade
Voter turnout in Monday’s election was the highest since 1993.
October 21, 2015
Reason for Lower Vaccination Among Immigrants? It’s Not Distrust
A new study has found that lower vaccination rates among immigrant communities may be due to ineffective communication.
October 15, 2015
Canadian Innovations Showcased at UN
Two Canadian innovations were among 13 concepts on display at the United Nations in New York earlier this ...
October 1, 2015
Rural Canada Is Being Neglected, Experts Say
Policy makers have been neglecting rural issues, which in turn is having negative consequences for the economy and ...
September 24, 2015
Vast Majority of Immigrants Obtain Degrees Outside Canada: StatsCan
A new Statistics Canada report has found that nearly three-quarters of university-educated immigrants received their degrees outside the ...
September 16, 2015
Oceans May Be Facing a ‘Silent Spring,’ Biologist Warns
One of Canada’s top marine biologists is comparing the harm wrought by the accumulation of plastics in the ...
September 2, 2015
Science Fiction ‘Space Elevator’ Concept a Step Closer to Reality
The concept of a space elevator popularized by Arthur C. Clarke may actually be possible thanks to a ...
August 20, 2015
Canadians May Not Be Eating Enough Protein, Study Finds
Canadians’ protein intake levels may not be adequate to promote optimal muscle health, according to a new study ...
August 5, 2015
Groups Urge Action to Avoid Mine Disasters Like Mount Polley
More than 50 organizations are calling on provincial energy ministers to implement the recommendations of an independent report ...
July 22, 2015
Canada to Allow Unapproved GM Crop Contamination in Imports
A new policy soon to be finalized by the Canadian government will allow very low levels of genetically ...
July 8, 2015
New ‘Synthetic Skin’ Can Reduce Use of Animals in Drug Testing
A new “synthetic skin” developed by researchers at the University of Guelph could radically change how drug testing ...
July 1, 2015
Reinstate Refugee Health Coverage, Physicians Tell Ottawa
Health care and social service workers are appealing to Ottawa to restore full health coverage to refugees and ...
June 17, 2015
Privacy Complaints Increased 50 Percent in 2014
Privacy advocates say a jump in the number of privacy related complaints in 2014 is proof that Canadians ...
June 11, 2015
More Canadian Garbage Shipped to Philippines, Groups Allege
Environmental groups are alleging that a second lot of containers full of Canadian waste have been shipped to ...
June 3, 2015
Snow, Ice Among Problems for Residents Accessing New Communal Mailboxes, Survey Finds
A survey of residents in communities that have lost home postal delivery shows respondents having problems accessing the ...
May 13, 2015
Crime Rates in Canada’s Northern Regions Remain Stubbornly High Compared to South
Crime rates in Canada’s provincial north and in the territories have remained consistently high compared to the South, ...
May 6, 2015
Politicians Warned of Looming Lab Technician Shortage in Canada
With more than half of Canada’s lab technicians coming up for retirement within the next 10 years, politicians ...
April 30, 2015
Minimum Wage in Canada Not Enough to Live On, Report Finds
If you think the vast majority of Canadians earning minimum wage are teenagers who live at home and ...
April 22, 2015
Agricultural Pesticides Threaten Surface Waters Globally, Study Finds
Pesticide use globally is exceeding recommended levels, resulting in a 30 percent reduction of aquatic biodiversity, a first-of-its-kind ...
April 16, 2015
US Expels 2 Cuban Diplomats, Citing ‘Influence Operations’
The Associated Press
Iran’s Foreign Minister Threatens ‘All-Out War’ in Case of US or Saudi Attack
, Epoch Times
President Seeks Power to Fire Head of Consumer Bureau at Will
San Francisco Will Get Environmental Violation Notice Due to Trash From Homeless, Trump Says
Judge Blocks California Law That Requires Trump to Release Tax Returns to Be on Ballot
Trump Jr. Calls Out Instagram After His, President’s Accounts Vanish From Search Suggestions
Interior Department Transfers 560 Acres of Public Land for Border Wall Construction
Responding to Critics, Facebook ‘Oversight Board’ to Monitor Content Decisions
US Immigration Case Backlog Tops 1 Million, Data Shows
Bill Would Bar Use of US Aid to Pay Families of Palestinian Terrorists Attacking Israel; Redirects Funds to ‘Iron Dome’