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BRANDON, Man.

HALIFAX - Thousands of homeowners and businesses remained without power Saturday in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia one week after a powerful post-tropical storm swept through the region.

Most of the o

CALGARY - Investigators are returning to the scene of the crime in the disappearance of a five-year-old Calgary boy and his grandparents.

Police say they will sweep the property of Alvin and Kathy Li

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government is taking aim at the United Nations once again, this time over comments a senior official made about Israel's attacks on Gaza.

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TORONTO - Turtle populations in southern Ontario are under threat by poachers, who sell the critters on the black market as aquarium novelties or for the dinner plate.

Ron Brooks, who studied turtles

OTTAWA - Top leadership at Canada's largest Metis organization argued they should get the same tax-free treatment on their expense allowances as other people elected to public office.

They say they p

VANCOUVER - A former gang leader's testimony at a mass murder trial in British Columbia is far from the only evidence against the alleged killers, the Crown said Friday, downplaying the significance o

YELLOWKNIFE - No one was hurt when a plane scheduled to participate in a weekend air show was forced to land on a road in Yellowknife.

RCMP in the N.W.T.

OTTAWA - Canada has added another 14 individuals to the list of people under economic sanctions and travel bans because of their roles in the crisis in Ukraine.

MANIWAKI, Que.