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How a truck running through the border into Canada was able to get as far as Vancouver
“Our officers want to do the job; they are very frustrated by not being allowed to chase people running through the border,” said Jean-Pierre Fortin, president of the Customs and Immigration Union.
Top 100 Events in Canada 2018
In the sports world, the Grey Cups moves to the top of the rankings because Edmonton, a city thick with Canadian Football League fans, is hosting the festival and the game, with a huge turnout expected. Toronto’s Queen’s Plate climbed the ranks because the horse race weekend added a third day, and M
A Canadian cannabis company will be the first to import legal weed to the US — and its stock is surging
The drugs, imported in capsule form, are designed to treatessential tremor (ET), a neurological disorderthat causes involuntary and uncontrollable shaking that can make it difficult for patients to perform every day tasks like eating, drinking, or writing. It's expected to begin in early 2019.
10 things you need to know before the opening bell
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attend an official welcome ceremony at Pyongyang Sunan International Airport, in Pyongyang, North Korea.Reuters/Pyeongyang Press Corps
Gold miners in Canada discovered a very good boy frozen in time for 50,000 years
Finding the remains of a 50,000-year-old animal is always exciting, but scientists know to temper their expectations. Normally all that’s left of such an old specimen is bone, or sometimes the rough outline of where flesh, fur, or feathers used to be. Gold miners in Canada were treated to a whole lo
Hunter Receives Vicious Death Threats After Posing With Huge Bear He Killed
Alright folks, here is my Mountain Grizzly! We put an awesome stalk on him but he spotted us at about 75 yards. Instead of taking off he turned and came right at us. It was very easy to tell this boar owned the valley we were hunting in and wasn't scared of anything! When he...pic.twitter.com/CkgybK
'Dumbest Policy in the World': Report Details How Canada's Massive Fossil Fuel Subsidies Undermine Climate Action
That's according to Patrick DeRochie, Climate & Energy program manager for the Canadian group Environmental Defence, whowrote Mondayabout a new report that aims to shed light on the Canadian government's hundreds of millions dollars in subsidies to the fossil fuel industry.
Jeremy Dutcher wins Polaris prize, Canada's top music award
Jeremy Dutcher, a singer performing in the indigenous Wolastoq language, has won Canada’s most prestigious pop music award, the Polaris prize.
Coca-Cola: We're 'closely watching' the market for drinks infused with cannabis extract
Soft drink titan Coca-Cola is "closely watching" the market for drinks infused with cannabidiol, or CBD, the chemical in marijuana believed to relieve pain and anxiety.
Canadian companies come calling to work with Indian startups
On Monday, in a conference organised jointly by Canadian International Innovation Program (CIIP) and Canada Trade Commissioner Service, the leadership teams of nine startups and SMEs from Canada met about 50-60 people from the industry, which included Indian startup founders, venture capitalists, an
Preview: CBC’s excellent The Detectives recalls more crimes from Canada’s past
Not because I was celebrating the deaths of human beings but because the true crime documentary series spotlights the law enforcement officers who refuse to give up on a case no matter how long it remains unsolved. I was equally excited because the project—returning Thursday at 9 p.m. on CBC—boasts
Can Canada's Americans stop Trump?
Members of Democrats Abroad Canada gather on Constitution day in front of the Trump International Hotel in Vancouver, B.C. to encourage Americans abroad to vote in the next U.S. election. Sep. 17, 2018. Photo by Emilee Gilpin
Canada's Freeland returning to Washington for NAFTA talks as time...
FILE PHOTO: Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answers questions from the media in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 8, 2018. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi/File Photo
Researchers tag first great white shark in Atlantic Canada
The news comes as Ocearch, an American group, is in Nova Scotia to begin shark research, hoping to tag some mature females and track them to a birthing site.
Opinion: Minimum wage hike a success despite gloomy predictions
In 2015, the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB) claimed that Alberta’s increase would cost the province “between 53,500 and 195,000 jobs.”
Video: Mountain Biking Around Eastern Canada's Québec City - Episode 2 - Pinkbike
“Full Neilson”, not to be confused with Squamish’s Full Nelson, is a classic route in the Vallée Bras-du-Nord Shannahan zone. It starts with the Neilson Est, then link to the Neilson Nord and Neilson Sud for a total of 32 km and over 1100 m of climbing and descending.
FIBA Americas Qualifiers: Canada dominates Chile to maintain Group F lead
Even without its NBA stars, Canada put on an offensive display with a dominant 84-61 win over Chile in second round action of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Americas Qualifiers in Valdivia on Monday night.The Canadian squad that traveled to South America looked very different from the one thatde
Montreal to Quebec City Road Trip | Marriott TRAVELER
Quebec is renowned for autumn colors. Starting in late September and lasting until mid November, the leaves — primarily from maple trees — turn vibrant shades of burgundy, sunflower yellow and burnt orange.
Canada Addresses Health Status of Prince, Gray and Harrison
Gray and Harrison were both in uniform, and Prince was in street clothes, as they watched the Terps offense get blanked by Temple. The offensive line, without its starting tackles, allowed a season-high seven sacks, while the running game, without Harrison, totaled a season-low 132 yards.
Canada Women's Basketball closes out exhibition series in France with win over Senegal
With the 2018 FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup scheduled to begin on Saturday, Canada's Senior Women's National Team defeated Senegal, 75-56, to close out its exhibition series in France.Nirra Fields led the way as she had a game-high of 12 points to go along with three rebounds and two steals as C