Looming gap in federal funding forces scientists to shut down projects that receive money from soon-to-expire $35-million program
His Royal Highness is a champion of principles and priorities that are important to Canadians
When Canada's future king visits this week to help celebrate the country's 150th birthday, his charitable organization hopes to leave a ...
Sivaloganathan Thanabalasingham, the man accused of killing his wife and whose trial was stayed by the Superior Court, is slated to be deported to ...
Dr. Stan Kutcher discussions with families focus on bullying and social media and claims suicide is the result of a 'complexity of different factors'
A birch-bark-canoe builder’s watercraft will be displayed in Gatineau, with a story that goes back generations
The June 2016 explosion was ruled a double suicide and left 69 homes uninhabitable due to severe damage
In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary, WE asked remarkable Canadians the question: What are you doing to make our country a more caring and compassionate place
People have been reported ill in Alberta, B.C., Ontario and New Brunswick
Paralympian, activist and founder of the Rick Hansen Foundation, Canada’s Man in Motion explains his goal to make Canada fully accessibke by 2050
Police say he lived in the dayhome that was run by his wife and is alleged to have had sexual contact with the girl while they were alone
The Citizen asked Randy Boswell, a longtime Ottawa journalist and Carleton University professor, to reconstruct life in the capital on the day Canada was born. The history specialist dug into archives and old newspapers, unearthing a series of ...
July 1st marks the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation. In a series, The Globe and Mail looks at the Canadians, products and discoveries that changed the world
Over the last 18 months, Canada has resettled more than 40,000 refugees from Syria. Photographer Marcus Oleniuk reached out to some newly arrived families and led them through photo workshops so they could capture their new lives in Canada. Here are their favourite photographs
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The Legal Services Society of B.C. will stop paying lawyers to represent refugees as of Aug. 1 because it has run out of money and has not ...
The poll asked questions about various aspects of Canadiana ranging from their preferred Canadian dinner companion to describing the country in one word
There was something about how customers spoke, particularly the unsatisfied ones. They said, "I don't know," a lot. But the DID know! So why were they saying it?
Wynne is a radical leftist who wants to tear down the things that made Ontario, Canada and the West great, he said. 'If she had a shred of integrity, ...
For Inuit males between 15 and 29, the suicide rate is almost 40 times the national figure
Three other people were taken to hospital
Elizabeth Wettlaufer pleaded guilty to eight counts of first-degree murder, four counts of attempted murder and two counts of aggravated assault in late May
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