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The government of Canada announced on Tuesday an investment of $10 million to improve high-speed internet access in rural and remote communities in British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba.
Team Canada defeated Italy 79-60, in the finals of the 2017 FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup, making it the first time a Canadian basketball team have won gold on the world stage.
Controversy and debate over First Nation’s issues are causing a stir at Toronto’s Ryerson University.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced long-awaited funding for Toronto’s Waterfront Renewal Project today at Polson Pier. Trudeau was joined by Premiere Kathleen Wynne, Mayor John Tory and Waterfront Toronto CEO Will Fleissig.
As thunder storm season begins, so does Lightning Safety Awareness Week, with Environment Canada warning people to take shelter when bad weather rolls in.
The Liberal government proposed a bill on Tuesday to modernize sexual assault law, including clarifying consent, in the first update to the provisions in 25 years.
Amidst mourning, the family of Christine Archibald has started a charitable movement with the tag line “Chrissy Sent Me.”
Barack Obama will be making a speech in Montreal this evening at the Palais de Congrès.
NDP leader John Horgan and Green Party leader Andrew Weaver announced yesterday at the B.C. Legislature that they have reached a four-year agreement to create a “stable minority government.”
The ‘critical’ threat level for acts of terror in the U.K. means that an “attack is expected imminently,” according to the scheme used by intelligence officials.