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A long-delayed and controversial report into alleged anti-Alberta energy campaigns could not determine how much of a role foreign money played in cancelling resource projects.

The Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously ruled that municipal snow removal activities are not immune from negligence and liability claims, a decision that could impact cities across the country.

Rogers is setting up a committee to manage interactions between the company's CEO and the chair of the board after a messy battle behind the scenes for control of the company.

Actor, director and Canadian theatre giant Martha Henry has died at 83, Stratford Festival has confirmed. Henry was a staple at the festival, and performed there just 12 days ago in Edward Albee's Three Tall Women.

The Trump ally said a letter from the former president's lawyer directed him not to answer questions.

The statement comes one day after the province's top doctor broke down while presenting dire new modelling.

Brian Laundrie's ID confirmed with dental records, FBI says.

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said in Ottawa today that Canada is in a "new phase" following the darkest days of the pandemic and has recovered 100 per cent of the jobs lost to the crisis.

Trump Media & Technology Group and 'Truth Social' app hope to rival big tech companies.


Social distancing measures in Canada could be in place for months, Canada's health minister said today. Patty Hajdu warned that not following the measures in place now could lead to more strict measures later to confine people to their homes. #COVID19 

Texas man shoots armadillo, bullet ricochets back into his face

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Canadian musician Natalie MacMaster honoured those killed in the Nova Scotia shootings by playing fiddle alongside a video of one of the victims, 17-year-old Emily Tuck. #NovaScotiaRemembers 

BREAKING: U.S. president-elect Joe Biden is planning to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline permit via executive action on his first day in office.

Ten women have filed a civil class-action lawsuit, accusing Peter Nygard, one of Canada's wealthiest businessmen, of raping them at his seaside mansion in the Bahamas. Six of then were under 16 at the time of the alleged rapes.

The RCMP's union says it supports the "right" of RCMP officers to refuse to get vaccinated and will back up any member who refuses vaccination.