Updated 7:05 am September 30th , 2014

Canadians warned to 'exercise caution' in Hong Kong

Canadians warned to 'exercise caution' in Hong Kong

Updated 1:19 pm, September 30th, 2014

12:00 pm, September 30th, 2014

Canadians are being warned to "exercise caution" and avoid large public demonstrations in Hong Kong.

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Drug-reform advocates say current policy is killing Canadians

Drug-reform advocates say current policy is killing Canadians

11:40 am, September 30th, 2014

Canada's drug policy is a failure and it is killing people in communities across the country, reform activists said.

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Handbook hopes to prevent radicalization of local Muslims

Handbook hopes to prevent radicalization of local Muslims

8:47 pm, September 29th, 2014

Local Islamic groups and the RCMP have released a handbook aimed at curbing the radicalization of Canadian Muslims.

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Quebec woman wins $4,000 ruling against pet store after paying for parrot autopsy

Quebec woman wins $4,000 ruling against pet store after paying for parrot autopsy

11:00 am, September 30th, 2014

Hebert appreciates the money — "I am a student, so it was a big investment" — but says she still misses Sam.

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A preacher's right to preach
Christians are being driven out of the public square in Canada.

Patrick Brown enters Ontario PC leadership race
Patrick Brown enters the Ontario PC Party leadership race.

ISIS and the idealism of youth
Is the Khorasan terrorist group a greater threat than ISIS?

Democracy in China?
When the British left Hong Kong, they hoped, perhaps with an absurd optimism, that democracy would dominate.

   
 

White House worries

After new revelations about a knife-wielding intruder, how secure is the White House?


The demand for democracy

Protesters in Hong Kong are demanding that the Chinese Government allow for open elections.


Innocence by omission?

A handbook to combat radicalization advises not to use words like 'jihadi' and 'Islamic terrorism.'


Terrorism arrests in Australia

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott makes clear that anyone associated with terrorism is guilty.


Politics with Pollak: Whose fault is ISIS?

Blaming the intel community for letting the rise of ISIS happen isn't very presidential of Barack Obama.


Ebola crisis goes global

As the Ebola outbreak goes global, we must remember the risks of worldwide travel.


From ancient Greece to Canada

The statues on Parliament Hill suggest that our history is bland and began in 1867.


Ontario's high flying travel costs

Ontarians looking to book flights out of local airports may be in for an expensive surprise.

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Hong Kong's fight for democracy

Student protesters respond to China's decision to allow only Beijing-approved candidates for Hong Kong's elections.