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Vancouver building seized without any charges against owner
British Columbia’s Civil Forfeiture Office has seized and sold a Downtown Eastside single-room occupancy hotel for more than $800,000 – despite the fact the building’s owner was not charged with a crime. The Vancouver Police Department, which investigated
Canadian Forces dentists' productivity questioned
A CBC News investigation has revealed a number of highly-paid dentists in the Canadian Forces have been performing little or no dentistry, according to documents obtained through the Access to Information Act.
For Afghan interpreter, education came at a price
Freshta Caron risked her life to go to school and then to work as an interpreter in Afghanistan, even as the Taliban killed her friends. Now a Canadian student, she's got her sights set on her war-torn country's highest office.
F-35's French rival pitches 'Canadianized' fighter jet
Dassault Aviation of France is making an aggressive bid to sideline the F-35 and to sell its own jet fighter to Canada, offering to transfer technology, create jobs and share billions of dollars in business if Canada buys its Rafale fighter to replace its
Jenny McCarthy quiet about measles outbreaks
Just when you think that Internet commentary is nothing more than a wretched hive of scum and villainy, a light shines through so strongly it can help restore your optimism about people.
California's debt half of Ontario's
TORONTO -- Ontario's debt is nearly double that of California's -- even though the province has far fewer people and a much smaller economy, the Fraser Institute says.
Poll: Péladeau has favoured Liberals
More than a week into the election campaign, the Quebec Liberals are edging up in popular support and are now tied with the Parti Québécois, a new poll released Saturday shows.
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