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Doctors' groups in Canada decline to join anti-pot campaign

The main groups that represent doctors in Canada announced that they will not be participating in the upcoming anti-drug campaign targetting young people.

Review: Toronto 'Tartuffe' has good moments, odd directorial choices Special

Toronto - It's a tricky business, trying to make an old theatre warhorse seem fresh and new. Bold or eccentric choices can spark new life into a classic, or they can massacre it. Soulpepper's new mounting of “Tartuffe” tastes both ends of the lollipop.

Soccer: Canada's defensive solidity frustrates Korea DPR

Andrew Olivieri’s stock has eclipsed projected expectations following Canada’s impressive 1-0 victory over Korea DPR at Olympic Stadium.

Luxury U.S. retailers court Canadian consumers

After years of being left out in the cold, Canadian consumers of upscale brands will now see big changes. Luxury retail is making its way north in a move to boost bottom lines and satiate a hungry market.

Dozens of inmates flee after Haiti jailbreak

Port-au-prince - A jailbreak at a high-security prison near Haiti's capital left dozens of inmates on the loose, police said.The escape came after a mutiny erupted in the jail, a spokesman for Haiti's national police said."It was a spectacular escape.

Canadian patient tests negative for Ebola

Toronto - A Canadian being treated in a Toronto-area hospital after showing symptoms of a flu-like illness, including fever, is breathing a lot easier today after testing negative for Ebola Virus.

Andrew Olivieri's tactical alteration steers Canada past Finland

Canada lives to fight another day at the U-20 Women’s World Cup, as they completed a memorable second half comeback against Finland.

Baby polar bear melts hearts, takes first dip at Toronto Zoo

It's been a busy nine months for Humphrey, the polar bear cub, what with all that learning to walk, wandering around the big, scary pool of icy water, and munching on "fishcicles." Humphrey seems to living large at the Toronto Zoo.

Environmentalists watching Mt. Polley and Pebble Mine Project

On August 4, a 580 acre tailing pond owned by Imperial Metals in British Columbia breached, dumping 1.3 billion gallons of toxic mine waste into the environment. On August 5, a Landsat 8 acquired an image of the area showing the extent of the damage.

Ghana's defensive solidity sinks an incoherent Canadian side

In a match that provided very few scoring opportunities, Ghana snuck past host nation Canada at the National Soccer Stadium.

Son of Canadian 'spies' held in China calls for govt action

Beijing - The son of a Canadian couple under investigation for alleged spying in China called Wednesday for Ottawa to help prevent charges being laid against his parents.

China probes Canadian Christian couple for alleged spying

Beijing - China is investigating a Canadian Christian couple for alleged espionage, state media and their son said Tuesday, a week after Ottawa accused Beijing of cyber-spying.

Obama told to kick Canada out of trade talks or face opposition

Members of Congress have urged President Obama to remove Canada from a major trade deal because of their protections on poultry and dairy. According to reports if Obama does not agree, he will face even more opposition to an already shaky trade agreement.

Toronto Caribana Recap

Toronto - Last weekend Toronto officials and business people hosted the 2014 Caribana celebration. Major stars were there and extravagant costumes were the norm.

Ontario Lieutenant-Governor pens ode to Canadian military

Toronto - The wife of Ontario Lieutenant-Governor David Onley commemorated Canada's military last night by singing her husband's song We Are the People of the Maple Leaf.

Luxury retailers drive Canadian mall expansions

The Canadian market continues to exhibit strong interest in luxury retail, indicated by an explosion of renovations projects to expand on existing shopping malls.

Video: Iceberg collapses in Bay of Exploits, Newfoundland, Canada

Wanda Stead and her husband were enjoying a day out in the Bay of Exploits Tuesday when she unexpectedly caught on video the collapse of an iceberg. While at first fascinating, they pretty soon had to move, and move fast, to escape the icy tidal wave.

Canadians bring 1,000 litres of water to Detroit residents

Detroit - Supporters from nearby areas of Canada came into the United States to bring fresh water to residents of Detroit. Many of those living there have no water now due to unpaid bills which led to mass shutoffs from their companies.

Op-Ed: Inflation and quality of life in North America

Financial commentators have written about the 2.4% rise in inflation that Canada recently saw. Media writers are correct worry and there is plenty of evidence for that assertion.

Is Canada delaying the release of cancer medication?

Toronto - The organization that reviews oncology medicines in Canada is unnecessarily delaying approvals according to a new study released by the Fraser Institute.

FIFA World Cup actually boosted productivity at work

The whole world’s attention was on the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The television ratings scored huge points during the games as a significant portion of world population turned their television on for the games.

FIFA's U-20 Women's World Cup is ready to take over Canada Special

The World Cup may have reached its conclusion Sunday afternoon, but the soccer craze surfacing throughout the country will remain for the rest of the summer, as Canada is set to host the seventh edition of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

Canadian teacher arrested in Indonesian child sex scandal

Jakarta - A Canadian teacher has been arrested in Indonesia for alleged child sex abuse, police said Tuesday, in a scandal that has rocked one of the country's most prestigious international schools.

High temperatures in B.C. and Alberta stoke additional wildfires

Another week of no rain and above average temperatures is being forecast for British Columbia and Alberta this week as wildfires continue to ravage the woodlands. The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Center reports about 60 wildfires being fought today.

Op-Ed: Rob Ford: Toronto's first black mayor

Toronto - An opinion piece in defense of Toronto's most divisive and infamous mayor Rob Ford, and the city's brutal treatment towards him.

Father records wife giving birth outside hospital using GoPro

Houston - One new dad got out his GoPro to record his wife's move into the hospital but instead caught her giving birth outside. For readers watching at work the video is censored but may be a bit loud and jarring for obvious reasons.

Reorienting Canadian drug policy

Winnipeg - The Frontier Center for Public Policy has published report called ‘A Blueprint for Reorienting Canadian Drug Policy’. The report argues that the ‘war on drugs’ is not working and calls for a new strategy.

Healthy forests make for better fishing

Sudbury - New research points to important linkages between healthy forests in boreal ecosystems and the viability of fish stocks in those freshwater lakes. The study was carried out at Daisy Lake, in Sudbury, Ontario.

Customers order with sign language in Canada's only 'deaf' diner

Toronto - At this Toronto restaurant, most of the servers have limited or no hearing and only take their orders in American Sign Language.

Tar-sands may be an unwanted part of many Canadian diets

Many Canadians, and even possibly some Americans, may be ingesting tar-sands from water and the meat of animals who had already been poisoned by it.
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The gentle Green Man during a photo session with audience, Celts on the Creek event, Vancouver, Canada.
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Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) at Toronto's Tommy Thompson Park
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Kayaks on display, The Adventure and Outdoor Show, VCC, Vancouver, Canada.
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Muskrat in Toronto's Tommy Thompson Park
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The endangered Giant Panda photographed hiding in the long brush eating bamboo. Pandas spend most of their time eating as their diet of 99% bamboo requires them to eat steady to get the nutrients they require.
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Toronto received Spring-like weather on Saturday and it prompted Torontonians from across the city to enjoy the weather, especially at the city's Harborfront.
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Shopping for pumpkins at Thanksgiving in Ottawa's Byward Market.
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Face painting, a fun for kids during Celts on the Creek event, Vancouver, Canada.
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A portion of the Korean lantern and symbols display at Victoria Park along River Road in Niagara Falls, Canada during the 2013 Festival of Lights
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Aboriginal representatives on the stage of 125th anniversary of Vancouver's birthday.
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(TV screen shot) Weather forecast for Canada Day 9 days ahead.
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