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Vancouver PNE: 98 Years Old and Still Going Strong
Fondly referred to as “the PNE” by Vancouverites, the Pacific National Exhibition is a fair like no other. Much more than just rides — and what rides! — the PNE ...
August 21, 2008
Ghost Tours Spice Up Calgary History
After taking a trip to Boston 2 years ago, Johanna Lane learned much about the city's heritage and ...
August 19, 2008
A sea of umbrellas flowed through a rainy Taste of Danforth festival last Friday to Sunday.
August 15, 2008
Debora de Souza
Big Line-up of Acts for Ottawa Folk Festival
It's a party for the people! The fifteenth annual Ottawa Folk Festival, to be held at Britannia Park ...
August 14, 2008
Mock Olympic Medals Highlight Chinese Regime’s Rights Abuses
While Beijing was staging the opening ceremony for the 2008 Olympics, in Toronto human rights protesters were awarding ...
August 10, 2008
‘Afrikadey!’ Brings Culture, Color, Education to Calgary
A hot August sun bathed Calgary's Prince's Island Park as the 17th annual Afrikadey Festival staged its main ...
August 10, 2008
Groups Rally in Solidarity as Olympics Begin
‘We will not be silent,' Liberal MP Irwin Cotler joins protest at Chinese embassy
August 9, 2008
Tibet Supporters Hold Candlelight Vigil at Calgary Chinese Consulate
Moderate temperatures and blue skies served as the backdrop to a candlelight vigil held by various Tibet support ...
August 8, 2008
China’s Human Rights Abuses Betray Olympic Pledge, says Cotler
On the eve of the Beijing Olympics, Liberal MP Irwin Cotler released a report that highly criticizes China's ...
August 7, 2008
Heritage Day at Historic Fort Calgary
Historic Fort Calgary played host to Heritage Day on Monday, providing wholesome entertainment and education for young and ...
August 5, 2008
Ottawa Welcomes ‘Race for Rights’ Cyclist
A former Team Canada member and Pan American medallist arrived in Ottawa today as part of his cross-Canada ...
July 28, 2008
Toronto Jazz Festival Has International Flavour
Celebrating 20 years in existence, the Beaches International Jazz Festival has been in full swing in Toronto since ...
July 27, 2008
Chamberfest ’08 — Ottawa’s Premiere Music Festival
Where can you start the day with “Musical Musings” by musicologist Harry Halbreich, learn from top-notch musicians at ...
July 24, 2008
Cancer Survivors Park Soon to Open in Ottawa
When Richard Bloch was diagnosed with lung cancer in 1978 and doctors told him he had three months ...
July 24, 2008
Gerardo Barajas Garrido
Rally Marks 9th Anniversary of Falun Gong Persecution
At a solemn protest at the Chinese embassy on July 22 marking nine years of persecution, Falun Gong ...
July 23, 2008
Ottawa Rally Celebrates 40 Million Chinese Quitting the Communist Party
Ottawa rally shows support for 40 million people who have withdrawn from the Chinese Communist Party.
July 13, 2008
In Canada, Chinese Media Stir Up Anger Against Tibetans
TORONTO–It was the kind of tightly scripted broadcast typical of state-run television in China. The narrator introduced the ...
March 27, 2008
Seeking Justice in Taser Tragedy
GLIWICE, Poland—Friends and family of Robert Dziekanski, who died Oct. 14 after being Tasered by the Royal Canadian ...
November 22, 2007
Newfoundland Mayor Makes ‘Pilgrimage of Honour’ to U.S. Military Memorial Service
It will be Thanksgiving Day in Canada, but at a U.S. military memorial service in New York State ...
October 4, 2007
Ex-envoy Details Chinese Regime’s Overseas Scheme
Big Brother knows no borders. That was the message Mr. Chen Yonglin brought this week on his first ...
June 7, 2007
Ontario ‘Slush Fund’ Figure Has Peculiar Ties
TORONTO–In the so-called "slush fund" controversy that has engrossed Ontario's provincial parliament for much of the last three ...
May 10, 2007
Canada Cooler Toward Chinese Regime
On Oct. 13, 1970, Pierre Trudeau's government made Canada one of the first western nations to form diplomatic ...
October 12, 2006
Toronto Man Trounced for Flagging Media Bias
"Mr. Jia does nothing good. Let's castrate him." "Mr. Sheng Lin Xian tried to castrate him once, but ...
July 12, 2006
Tortured for Television
A group of television networks applying for a license to broadcast in Canada has been accused of an unusual ...
June 22, 2006
Abnormal Birth Rates in Canadian Native Reserve
There's something is in the air at the Aamjiwnaang First Nations reserve near Sarnia, Ontario. But it's not ...
June 9, 2006
Employee Being Fired Fatally Shoots 5 Co-workers in Illinois
The Associated Press
ACLU Files Lawsuit Against President Trump for ‘Illegal’ National Emergency
Last ISIS Holdout on Verge of Defeat in East Syria
Japanese Prime Minister Nominates Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
Colin Kaepernick Settles National Anthem Kneeling Collusion Case Against NFL:Reports
Networks Kept ‘No Collusion’ Senate Investigation Result Off Evening Newscasts, Report Says
Active Shooter at Industrial Park in Illinois: Police
Poll: Trump Voters Support National Emergency for Border Wall; Approval Rating at 50 Percent
Angel Moms Confront CNN Reporter in Rose Garden
McCabe’s Story, If True, Describes Coup Attempt on Trump, Harvard Constitutional Scholar Says