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Feds to increase size of Rouge National Urban Park
Prime Minister Stephen Harper touted his government’s environmental record on Saturday as he announced plans to increase the size of Canada’s newest national park, the Rouge National Urban Park in the Greater Toronto Area.
B.C. man allegedly helped Chinese hack U.S. military secrets
VANCOUVER — U.S. investigators are seeking to get access to information on computers seized at the B.C. home of a Chinese man accused of cyberspying on U.S. military secrets because RCMP lack the resources to do the job, a judge was told Wednesday.
Stats Can: Incomes stagnant from 2012 to 2013
New data from Statistics Canada show incomes were virtually unchanged in 2013, as senior families and families with children took home less and Canadians living alone taking home more.
The median after-tax income for all people measured was $53,500, ju
Hemlock Forces Evacuation Of RCMP Detachment In Red Deer
The Red Deer RCMP detachment was briefly evacuated after a citizen dropped off some hemlock at the building.
Police say the person didn't mean any harm, but the poisonous flower needed to be safely and properly removed.
The hazardous material unit a
How Canada is perceived around the world
Canadians are often curious about how others see them, so, for Canada Day, with the help of the International Council for Canadian Studies, CBC News reached out to the 7,000 or so academics outside Canada who teach courses about Canada.
They call thems
Donor comes forward, saving Ikea monkey from eviction
The Ikea monkey is not going to be evicted. Darwin the monkey -- who shot to fame in December 2012 when he was found wandering outside a Toronto Ikea in a shearling coat -- has been living at Story Book Farm Primate Sanctuary since a court placed him ther
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