Updated 4:04 pm December 18th , 2014

Nine Wildrose MLAs join Alberta's governing PCs

Nine Wildrose MLAs join Alberta's governing PCs

6:33 pm, December 17th, 2014

It's a united right.

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#TheInterview - Paramount bans showing 'Team America' in place of 'The Interview'

#TheInterview

Paramount bans showing 'Team America' in place of 'The Interview'

Updated 2:43 pm, December 18th, 2014

12:27 pm, December 18th, 2014

We're gonna need a montage. Montage!

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Canada's economy remains stable despite drop in oil prices: Harper

Canada's economy remains stable despite drop in oil prices: Harper

5:04 pm, December 17th, 2014

Harper says the Canadian economy still looks set for long-term stability.

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SUSAN SHERRING - Ottawa hospital axes nativity scene

SUSAN SHERRING

Ottawa hospital axes nativity scene

11:44 am, December 18th, 2014

A lovely Christmas tradition has been axed at the General Hospital.

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Crossing the Floor
At least seven members of Alberta's Wildrose party, including their leader, plan to cross the floor to join the PCs.

Elections in Canada
Canada's Minister of State for Democratic Reform, Pierre Poilievre sits down with David Akin.

Sony hackers threaten violence
Sony hackers are threatening theatres showing 'The Interview' with a 9/11-like attack. And it's working.

Threats shut down 'The Interview'
A 9/11 type threat has frightened Hollywood and theatres across the country enough to pass on screening of a controversial new film.

   
 

Solidarity with Pakistan

Vigils are being held across the globe, including Toronto, to show support for Pakistan in the wake of a terrorist attack that left 132 children and 9 adults dead.


'The Interview' pulled in response to threats

'The Interview' has been pulled in response to threats, allegedly from North Korea. What are the details behind this attack?


Madonna and Michelle's poor choice of words

Madonna and Michelle Obama are under fire for some questionable choices of words.


A torture double standard?

The Obama administration condemned torture, but they haven't released an American who blew the whistle on it.


CBC begins pulling Ghomeshi content

CBC starts to clean house by pulling some of Jian Ghomeshi's content from their website.


Guess who Putin blames?

Guess who Vladimir Putin blames for his country's burgeoning economic crisis!


Social enterprise helps at-risk youth

Life isn’t always fair, and that's something many of Canada’s marginalized youth might attest to.


Helmets for heroes

A Canadian athlete gets a shot of support from a sick boy who painted him a helmet.

Video of the day

Justin's changing position on pipelines

Justin Trudeau says one thing about the Energy East pipeline in New Brunswick, but another in Quebec.