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OTTAWA - A Conservative nomination battle in Ontario is pitting two powerful political camps against one another — and causing grumbling in the ranks about party headquarters.

Paul Smith, a 50-year-o

OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau says revealing what makes political leaders tick is just as important as disclosing the minutiae of the policies they'd implement.

That's why the Liberal leader says he's bare

OTTAWA - The Senate national security and defence committee is set to discuss security threats facing Canada today on Parliament Hill.

Jeff Yowarski, deputy director of operations for Canada's spy ag

OTTAWA - Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is signalling the tax cuts promised by the Conservative government could lead to a political showdown ahead of the 2015 federal election.

Trudeau suggested in a

Siberian wildfires so intense they melted the permafrost beneath them. Flooding in Alberta that paralyzed a major city.

OTTAWA - Canada's financial intelligence agency says it is actively helping police and spies follow the money flowing into the coffers of Islamic extremists fighting overseas.

The Ottawa-based Financ

KATMANDU, Nepal - Nepalese officials closed a section of a popular Himalayan trekking route Sunday after rescuers, overwhelmed with last week's snowstorms that killed at least 38 people including four

YPRES, Belgium - The First World War cut a swath of destruction across Europe, leaving centuries-old towns and hallowed buildings in ruins.

MISSISSAUGA, Ont.

EDMONTON - Alberta has discouraging words for ranchers about a proposal to round up and kill thousands of wild elk that live on military base rangeland, but jump fences to eat and trample private crop