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February 25, 2016
Canadian banned from owning turtles after smuggling 38 in pants
TORONTO - A Canadian man who smuggled 38 turtles in his pants has been given probation, a fine and has been banned from owning such reptiles for 10 years. According to Canada's environment department, Dong Yan of Windsor, Ontario, had tried to bring the reptiles from the United...
February 25, 2016 - 6:49pm
February 18, 2016
Canada drops bid to return ex-Guantanamo inmate Khadr to jail
OTTAWA - The new Canadian Liberal government on Thursday dropped a bid to return former Guantanamo Bay inmate Omar Khadr to jail, and said the Canadian citizen should remain free while he appealed his murder conviction by a U.S. military tribunal.Khadr, now about 29 and once the youngest...
February 18, 2016 - 10:00pm
January 30, 2016
Five killed in Canadian avalanche were from Alberta
TORONTO - Five men killed in an avalanche near the community of McBride, British Columbia, on Friday were from the neighboring province of Alberta, local officials said on Saturday.The victims, who ranged in age from 41 to 55, were among 17 people who were snowmobiling in four groups...
January 30, 2016 - 4:59pm
Five killed in British Columbia avalanche
TORONTO - Five people were killed in an avalanche near the community of McBride, British Columbia, the coroner's office for the Canadian province said on Friday. The five were killed snowmobiling in a "very large" avalanche, Barb McLintock, a spokeswoman for the B.C. Coroners Service,...
January 30, 2016 - 11:24am
January 28, 2016
Canada-U.S. group targets Zika vaccine by year-end
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - A vaccine for the Zika virus in development by U.S. and Canadian scientists could be available for emergency use before the end of the year, possibly making it the first, one of the lead scientists said on Thursday.The consortium working on the vaccine includes...
January 28, 2016 - 10:00pm
December 31, 2015
Turbulence injures multiple Air Canada passengers, diverts flight
Turbulence on an Air Canada flight from China injured multiple passengers on Wednesday, forcing it to land in Calgary, Alberta, the airline said.Twenty-one passengers were transferred to hospitals from the airport - eight with non-life-threatening injuries and 13 sent for observation,...
December 31, 2015 - 1:37am
December 15, 2015
Bank of Canada governor sees divergence with Fed policy
OTTAWA - Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz signaled clearly to markets on Tuesday not to expect him to match potential rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve. Poloz made his remarks a week after saying the bank could cut rates by a whole percentage point if necessary, into negative...
December 15, 2015 - 5:45pm
December 1, 2015
Canada pulls out of recession as growth resumes in 3rd quarter
OTTAWA - Canada pulled out of recession in the third quarter as an acceleration in exports revived growth, supporting expectations the Bank of Canada will be content to keep interest rates where they are for some time.Gross domestic product increased at an annualized 2.3 percent rate...
December 1, 2015 - 2:00pm
November 17, 2015
Keystone decision won't stop tar-sands mining
If President Barack Obama actually thought that rejecting the Keystone XL Pipeline would keep Alberta tar sands oil "in the ground," Canadians would like to disabuse him of that notion. For as a review of Canadian reports on the rejection show, there's about as much chance of Canada...
November 17, 2015 - 7:05am
October 20, 2015
After win Trudeau says will work to meet expectations
OTTAWA -- Canada's Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau, having trounced his Conservative rivals told his supporters Tuesday "We are going to have to work very very hard to live up to this feeling we feel right have now." "But I tell you if there is any country in the world...
October 20, 2015 - 3:00pm
Asia drops as commodities languish, loonie dips on Canada vote
TOKYO - Asian equities fell across the board on Tuesday after commodity prices languished in the wake of China growth woes and dampened risk sentiment, while the euro hovered near a 10-day low ahead of a European Central Bank meeting that could open the door for more monetary easing. The...
October 20, 2015 - 1:00am
October 19, 2015
Canada's new Prime Minister Trudeau vows to bring hope, change
OTTAWA - Canada's new prime minister, Justin Trudeau, is moving back to the house where he grew up. The Liberal leader, son of former prime minister Pierre Trudeau, led his party to victory in a federal election on Monday, defeating Stephen Harper's Conservatives by a wide margin. While...
October 19, 2015 - 10:17pm
October 18, 2015
On Canada's election trail: tales of bathrobes, hairstyles, mugs and pants
TORONTO - One candidate had to drop out after video footage emerged showing him peeing in a cup, another hid in bushes in camouflage to catch vandals defacing his signs, while a third slew a dragon in his campaign video. It may have been one of the longest federal election...
October 18, 2015 - 11:00pm
July 31, 2015
Canadian pastor accused of trying to overthrow North Korea, Light Korean Presbyterian Church in Toronto
The head pastor of one of Canada's largest congregations who has been detained by North Korea since February appeared before media in Pyongyang and confessed to crimes aimed at overthrowing the state, the North's official news agency said on Friday (July 31). The KCNA news agency...
July 31, 2015 - 4:00am
July 29, 2015
Canada reviews Arctic drilling plan as industry seeks concessions
CALGARY - Canada's Conservative government is studying whether to extend Arctic drilling licenses, a move that could open the door to relinquishing millions of dollars in deposits paid by major energy companies. The right-leaning government is considering the change in law...
July 29, 2015 - 4:00pm