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The contract for designing the pavilion that would represent Canada at Expo 67, the focal point of the country's centennial celebrations, was the "biggest and... [Read More]
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It's just a muddy, 52-hectare field in the middle of Seabird Island First Nation, but in a couple of months, it will be lined with... [Read More]
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As the capital of Canada, Ottawa has been a natural and frequent stop for many royal visits. We look back at some of the regal... [Read More]
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Danielle Schami left the public service to follow her dream of cultivating and selling edible flowers. Now she's the region's only producer of saffron, and... [Read More]
If the biggest sign of recognition for high school athletes is a scholarship offer from a U.S. college, then former St. Pat's high school student... [Read More]
Ottawa-based NCC board member Bob Plamondon will act as interim chair after Russ Mills's 10-year term ends on April 29. [Read More]
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From new graphic novels to books turned television shows, it all seems to be happening at once for beloved Canadian writer Margaret Atwood. [Read More]
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Nunatsiavut is well represented at the United Nations 16th session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City this week. [Read More]
Danielle Schami left the public service to follow her dream of cultivating and selling edible flowers. Now she's the region's only producer of saffron, and... [Read More]
Inspired by a Macleans magazine columnist, moderate conservatives in search of a political home are meeting to question the Conservative Party and perhaps even try... [Read More]
Canada's housing market is always a hot topic, but this week it was a heretofore little-known mortgage lender called Home Capital that made headlines as... [Read More]
The regulatory gates to Canada's legal marijuana regime are open, but only a crack. Health Canada has received 1,630 applications for licences to grow or... [Read More]
If the biggest sign of recognition for high school athletes is a scholarship offer from a U.S. college, then former St. Pat's high school student... [Read More]
Ottawa-based NCC board member Bob Plamondon will act as interim chair after Russ Mills's 10-year term ends on April 29. [Read More]
A day after promising free prescription drugs for children and young adults in the Ontario's 2017 budget, Premier Kathleen Wynne is hinting she would like... [Read More]
The province says its proposed youth pharmacare plan could bring changes to employee benefit programs. Will that lead to savings or expanded coverage? [Read More]
Supporters of a national pharmacare program say Ontario's plan to cover drug costs for young people has raised hopes that Ottawa will be pressured to... [Read More]
The federal government's new plan to fix its troubled public servant payroll system is getting a lukewarm reception. The strategy is being rolled out, as... [Read More]
From new graphic novels to books turned television shows, it all seems to be happening at once for beloved Canadian writer Margaret Atwood. [Read More]
Canada remains confident a deal can be reached with the United States on softwood lumber without repeating the drawn-out trade litigation of the past. [Read More]
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