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REGINA - Luck and generosity appear to have played roles in a rare and spiritually significant medal finding its way home 140 years after it was presented to aboriginal chiefs at a historic treaty sig

The Canadian government's refusal to allow Russian delegates to attend a prestigious international astronautical symposium has angered Moscow, which said the decision flies in the face of internationa

OTTAWA - As the federal cabinet considers a possible deployment of fighter jets to Iraq, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird suggests Canada and other countries could be in for a lengthy mission.

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VICTORIA - Two adults and five young children had to be rescued on Monday night off the B.C.

OTTAWA - Eyes in Ottawa will be on the federal cabinet today as it ponders a possible deployment of fighter and surveillance aircraft in an expanding offensive against Islamist militants in northern I

OTTAWA - The Conservative government is three months late on delivering a tracking system it continues to tout as a means of stopping homegrown terrorists from joining overseas conflicts.

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MONTREAL - Luka Rocco Magnotta's first-degree murder trial continues today with more testimony and exhibits from a Montreal crime-scene technician.

Caroline Simoneau was the first witness to take the

VICTORIA - Two adults and five young children had to be rescued on Monday night off the B.C.

OTTAWA - The federal government is aiming to crack down on flavoured cigarettes that target young smokers.

Health Minister Rona Ambrose is proposing regulatory amendments that would further restrict

The trial of Luka Rocco Magnotta took an unexpected turn Monday when defence lawyer Luc Leclair argued Magnotta was not criminally responsible when he killed Chinese exchange student Jun Lin in 2012.