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MOSCOW - A Soyuz capsule carrying a U.S.-Russian crew returning after spending nearly six months on the International Space Station landed safely on the steppes of Kazakhstan. NASA said in a live TV broadcast that the capsule carrying American Mike Hopkins and Russians Oleg Kotov and Sergey…
Premier Alison Redford and Finance Minister Doug Horner are making an announcement about GreenTrip funding at an Edmonton LRT station on Tuesday.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says voice-over work for Disney studios is on his list of dream jobs when it comes time for him to look for work after political life.
BILLINGS, Mont. - Swollen rivers and impassable roads left hundreds of people cut off in rural areas of Montana on Monday, while in neighbouring Wyoming members of the National Guard joined the fight to protect two towns threatened by high water. Montana Gov. Steve Bullock declared a flood…
The pushers are out, the pot entrepreneurs are in, and so are the marijuana-infused bath salts. Welcome to the great Colorado experiment in legalized pot.
The Parti Québécois's new star candidate, Pierre Karl Péladeau, says he will not sell his media holdings, even if he is elected and named to cabinet.
Canada promised almost a year ago to take in 1,300 Syrian refugees, but so far only 10 have arrived, CBC News has learned. Meanwhile, as fingers are being pointed, the UN is asking Canada to take in even more because of the growing humanitarian crisis.
City workers are dealing with frozen catch basins and pooling water as the big melt continues in Calgary.
KIEV, Ukraine - Russia said Monday it is drafting counterproposals to a U.S. plan for a negotiated solution to the Ukraine crisis, denouncing the new Western-backed government as an unacceptable "fait accompli" and claiming that Russian-leaning parts of the country have been plunged into…
Friends have named Demetrious Karahalios as the man who was found dead inside his Oliver home on Saturday
DETROIT - The final phase of demolition began Monday for a well-known vacant Detroit housing project that once was home to boxer Joe Louis and members of the Supremes. Crews started using heavy equipment to take down four 15-story towers that are part of the former Frederick Douglass Homes, better…
After a recent suggestion that swaddling may cause Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, a Calgary pediatrician says new parents should do their research.
A woman who was hit by shrapnel in a recent shooting at York University, says the incident has left her too scared to return to school.
Many lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender seniors were part of a generation of trailblazers who changed laws and the way society treats LGBT people. Now, they're embarking on the next stage of life — old age — and finding that it's got challenges of its own.
A coalition of B.C. businesses is asking the province to rethink its new recycling regulations that are designed to shift responsibility for recycling from taxpayers to waste producers.
B.C.'s Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe has announced she will personally preside over the inquest into the deaths of Carl Charlie and Robert Luggi who died in the explosion and subsequent fire at the Burns Lake sawmill in January 2012.
Alberta MLAs are misbehaving so badly that schools are declining to bring their students to the legislature, according to Speaker Gene Zwozdesky.
Two people who said their furniture was held as ransom by a moving company have been reunited with their belongings — more than six months after a move to Ontario from Nova Scotia.
Port Metro Vancouver says the disruption to its operations from a strike Monday by up to 400 container truck drivers and the non-unionized drivers who have joined them is having a dramatic effect on the ability of terminal operators to move goods.