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OPP union investigated for fraud, theft, it claims
A RCMP warrant executed at the headquarters of the Ontario Provincial Police Association (OPPA) alleges there is evidence of criminal fraud, theft and laundering the proceeds of crime, the union has confirmed to its members.
Health Canada licensing of natural remedies 'a joke'
Natural and homeopathic products, which are often sold alongside over-the-counter pharmaceutical drugs on store shelves, may be backed by little to no scientific evidence, and there’s no way for consumers to tell.
Quick earns shutout, Kings defeat Canucks
The Los Angeles Kings served noticed they have the Vancouver Canucks in their sights. Jonathan Quick made 19 saves for his fifth shutout of the season, and Justin Williams and Anze Kopitar each had a goal and an assist Thursday as the Kings defeated the C
Canadian reportedly detained over U.K. girls' Syrian trip
Canada is distancing itself from speculation that it may be involved with helping three British schoolgirls travel to Syria to join Islamic State militants after Turkish media reported the individual is a member of Canada’s intelligence agency
Internet carriers may be breaching Canadian privacy laws
Is your internet provider handing your personal information to U.S. and Canadian authorities without your knowledge? A new report looks at the stated privacy practices of 43 Canadian internet service providers and has found that many may be breaching Cana
NASA tests massive Space Launch System rocket in Utah desert
NASA and private space firm Orbital ATK test fire a massive solid rocket motor in the Utah desert Wednesday. The Space Launch System rocket, the largest ever built, will enable the space agencies to venture farther into the solar system, opening the possi
Avian flu concerns prompts ban of some poultry imports
Canadian cross border shoppers are being warned to watch what they put in their grocery basket, after the federal government issued a ban on raw poultry products, and live birds from six American states due to concerns over avian flu.
Arctic Sea Ice Dwindles toward Record Winter Low
While balmy hints of spring melt piles of snow in the eastern U.S., the impending end of winter marks peak season for Arctic sea ice. But this year, that winter maximum area is currently on track to hit a record low since satellite records began in 1979
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