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A small but growing — and surprising — number of workers are rejecting Canadian dollar salaries for Bitcoin, according to a Waterloo, Ont., payroll firm.

Wagepoint CEO Shrad Ra

Sixteen year old Annaleise Carr returned to the water late last night to finish her marathon swim across Lake Erie.

In the first leg of the 75-kilometre crossing in late July she swam from Erie, Penn

VANCOUVER - All summer long, there's been one overriding conversation amongst the hundred-plus employees at a Vancouver financial firm who have school-age children: British Columbia's acrimonious teac

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RICHMOND, B.C.

MONTREAL - Would you like a cat with your coffee?

A new Montreal cafe is hoping plenty of people do.

LA PAZ, Bolivia - A spokeswoman for Foreign Affairs says a Canadian was among the passengers on a bus that ran off a highway and crashed in Bolivia.

Claude Rochon says consular officials are providin

More than 50 years after a Saskatchewan uranium mill that is a key part of Canada's nuclear history closed, heavy machinery is once again rumbling across the remote northern corner of the province.

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There is an increasing Canadian presence in the Australian drug scene, where traffickers brave harsh enforcement for large profits in a "high-risk, high-reward" market, authorities say.

The Australia

MONTREAL - For the past month, Sheila Sedinger woke up every morning fraught with worry over the prospect of being deported to Mexico without her two young children.

But Sedinger, who came to Canada