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Tobacco firms face court battle in Canada
Lawsuits against Tobacco firms.
Grève étudiante - Students Strike, Canada - Québec
This is to collect and share relevant articles and stuff around the current student strike, and media pieces that reflects students' claim.
Russian media fails to report espionage in Canada
Russian press chooses to ignore the diplomatic scandal.
Canada abandons Kyoto protocol
Canada's Environment Minister announced that the country would be abandoning the Kyoto protocol, the first nation to do so since the treaty was signed in 1997.
Ottawa: Hackers attack government systems
Hackers managed to get access to confidential information held by various government departments. Reports suggest that the government was warned in advance of the cyber attack but this failed to ...
Occupy Wall Street: Canada Bound
Occupy Wall Street is a movement that began in New York, as its name suggests and it is making its way to Canada. It is set to arrive on Saturday ...
Hurricane Irene to hit eastern Canada on Sunday
Hurricane Irene is threatening to deliver another blow to the already shaky US economy, with one forecasting firm predicting Friday that it could cause up to $10 billion in damages.
Vancouver landlords discriminate against gays, single parents: study
A new UBC study reveals that same-sex male couples are nearly 25 per cent more likely to be rejected than heterosexual couples. Single parents (dads and moms) also face a ...
British Columbia votes to rid the HST
British Columbians have voted to scrap their Harmonized Sales Tax, Elections BC announced Friday.
Hurricane Irene aims for east coast Canada and the U.S.
Hurricane Irene gathered steam Wednesday as it lashed the Bahamas with winds of 195 kilometres an hour and barreled along a path that threatens the populous U.S. east coast.
15-gun salute for Layton's Ottawa farewell
Jack Layton was saluted by 15 guns, a round of O Canada and John Lennon's Imagine as his casket left Parliament's Centre Block Thursday.
Google to pay $500m over Canadian drug adverts
Google is to pay out $500m to avoid going to court over claims it made hundreds of millions of dollars out of adverts from Canadian pharmacies illegally selling prescription drugs ...
Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver lead in commute times: StatsCan
The average Canadian worker spends more than 110 hours a year behind the wheel of a vehicle, sitting on public transit, riding a bike or depending on their own two ...
Turmel vows to stay on until NDP chooses leader
NDP interim Leader Nycole Turmel thanked Canadians for their support Tuesday following the death of Jack Layton and she vowed to carry on his work.
Jack Layton passes away at 61
Jack Layton, the New Democratic Party leader who led his party to Official Opposition status in this year’s federal election, has died after a battle with cancer. He was 61.
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