Updated 7:45 am November 24th , 2014

Drilling starts and protests, arrests continue in British Columbia

Drilling starts and protests, arrests continue in British Columbia

12:36 pm, November 22nd, 2014

"I just couldn't stand the drill keeping on going into the earth where I've always been," Kate Fink-Jensen said.

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Man pleads guilty in high-profile Halifax child porn case: Reports

Man pleads guilty in high-profile Halifax child porn case: Reports

Updated 10:48 am, November 24th, 2014

7:42 am, November 24th, 2014

Despite protests from her family, the girl cannot identified because of a publication ban.

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EDITORIAL - The thrill of boldly going

EDITORIAL

The thrill of boldly going

7:10 am, November 24th, 2014

It's something that Boomers have over Generation Alphabet.

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Former NHL coach Pat Quinn dies

Former NHL coach Pat Quinn dies

12:04 pm, November 24th, 2014

Pat Quinn, who had the highest points/winning percentage of any Leaf coach and had an accomplished NHL career, has died.

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Burka bandits
Security footage is released of two male suspects wearing burkas, during a $500,000 jewelry store heist in Toronto. Did political correctness allow them to get away with it?

Battleground Vancouver: Kirk Lapointe
Kirk Lapointe comments on the unsuccessful outcome of his campaign to become Vancouver Mayor.

Nuremberg trials and human rights
Professor John Robson shares his thoughts on the Nuremberg Trials and its impact on history.

Protesters in Burnaby
Many Kinder Morgan pipeline protesters have been arrested already for disobeying a court order and crossing police lines. What are they fighting for?

   
 

Protesters in Burnaby

Many Kinder Morgan pipeline protesters have been arrested already for disobeying a court order and crossing police lines. What are they fighting for?


Is Stephen Harper using terror attacks to garner votes?

Following the terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of two Canadian soldiers on our soil, Prime Minister Stephen Harper did, in fact, use the word 'terror'.


War within the walls of the CBC

After weeks being the centre of a horrible scandal involving Jian Ghomeshi, the CBC is now steeped in more chaos as former hosts battle over notable personalities.


Cash for good deeds

A Chicago church has made a lot of money on a real estate deal and is now paying parishioners for good deeds.


Money for veterans

The Conservative government has announced new funding to be spent in a variety of ways to help veterans, military personnel, and their families.


How secure is the world?

The world's foremost security and defence experts agree we have all become less safe.


Refining bitumen in Alberta

It's a protectionist's dream.


New dumping ground?

It seems you cannot turn your head without seeing a crane or construction site in downtown Toronto.

Video of the day

Exclusive Uber interview

Uber's point man in Canada sits down with Adrienne Batra to discuss his service's plans for expansion.