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Beijing’s top envoy in Canada says he’s very disappointed with the Trudeau government’s move to reject a Chinese takeover of
A pamphlet being circulated in New York state that explains how to cross the Canada-U.S. border between legal checkpoints made
CALGARY – The Supreme Court of British Columbia threw out two challenges against the B.C. government’s environmental approvals for the
The National Football League will no longer allow players to kneel on the field during the national anthem, according to
VANCOUVER — Metro Vancouver’s transit authority is pressing pause on a promotional campaign featuring Morgan Freeman following a report detailing
e one major certainty regarding the fight between the British Columbia government and its Albertan and federal counterparts regarding Kinder
Far fewer teens are working now than they did 20 years ago, according to the U.S. Labor Department, which reported
On last night’s show, I explained in detail the laws regulating the political activities of recognized charities and how the Liberals are
Parents from a Pittsburgh charter school are outraged after a science teacher allegedly asked seventh-grade students to look for “graphic”
A Florida mother has blamed the controversial Netflix series “13 Reason Why” for her daughter’s recent suicide attempt, saying the teen
A 21-month-old child who was injured when a street racer struck and killed her mother in Tampa, Fla., earlier this
President Trump on Thursday canceled the highly anticipated summit with North Korea that was set for next month, calling the
WASHINGTON — President Trump has notified Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, that he has canceled their much-anticipated meeting, which
Residents of Ireland’s remote Atlantic islands will begin taking to the polls today to cast the first votes in an historic abortion referendum.
… and on this day in 1844 Samuel Morse taps out the first telegraph message. …. .- .–. .–. -.–