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VANCOUVER - A vessel that leaked toxic bunker fuel into Vancouver's English Bay is being allowed to return to normal operations and leave Canadian waters.

Transport Canada says inspectors are confide

KASHECHEWAN, Ont.

IQALUIT, Nunavut - A Russian aboriginal leader is using an international meeting of countries around the North Pole to spread the word on human rights and environmental violations in his country's oil

TORONTO - The Foreign Affairs Department says it is closely monitoring the situation in Nepal, where an earthquake has killed more than 900 people in the region.

Spokeswoman Diana Khaddaj says there

OTTAWA - The federal government is aiming to increase the number of women on corporate boards across Canada by requiring companies to either put a gender diversity policy in place — or explain publicl

LOGY BAY, N.L.

TORONTO - No one has the winning ticket for the $50-million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.

The two MaxMillions prizes that were up for grabs also went unclaimed.

The jackpot for next Frid

WINNIPEG - Prime Minister Stephen Harper promoted his government's anti-crime agenda Friday night while speaking to a non-profit group that fights crimes against children.

But Harper also touched on

TORONTO - The premiers of Ontario and Quebec are again taking Prime Minister Stephen Harper to task over his approach to the problem of greenhouse gas emissions.

Kathleen Wynne and Philippe Couillard

CALGARY - Premier Jim Prentice is dismissing the possibility of the political left surging to power in the May 5 election, saying Alberta is "not an NDP province."

The Progressive Conservative leader