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Earthquake hits B.C.'s north coast
A 6.1 magnitude earthquake has struck British Columbia's north coast. The quake, 167 km southeast of the Village of Queen Charlotte, was felt from Haida Gwaii and along the north coast.
Ontario budget: Debt nears $300B
When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is going on a $130-billion infrastructure spending spree even as the province’s net debt tracks toward the $300 billion mark
Delays on M74 after dog 'drives' on to carriageway
Delays were caused on a busy stretch of the M74 motorway after reports of a dog "taking control of a tractor". The incident - highlighted on Twitter by Traffic Scotland - took place at J13 at Abington, South Lanarkshire.
Canucks hold off Flames to avoid elimination
Daniel Sedin scored early in the third period and the Vancouver Canucks survived a strong rallying attempt by the Calgary Flames to come away with a crucial 2-1 win and avoid elimination on home ice Thursday night.
Canada's truthiest election campaign begins: Don Pittis
Truthiness, as coined by U.S. comedian Stephen Colbert, is something expressed as a truth because it is a feeling from the heart without evidence or logic. Don Pittis sees elements of this in the release of the federal government's latest budget.
Iqaluit gets ready for Arctic Council meeting
Ministers from the eight Arctic nations and representatives from northern indigenous groups are arriving in Iqaluit today for the Arctic Council ministerial meeting that starts Friday.
Wolves nearly gone from Michigan's Isle Royale National Park
Researchers taking part in a 57-year long study on Isle Royale, Michigan have found wolf numbers at an unprecedented low. There are now only 3 wolves left. At the same time, the moose herd on the Lake Superior island is now over 1200 animals, and growing
Senators keep series alive with Canadiens
Mike Hoffman scored in the third period and Craig Anderson made 28 saves for the shutout as the Ottawa Senators downed the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 on Wednesday night to stay alive in their first-round NHL playoff series.
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