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We were two foreign men travelling with an Afghan schoolgirl, trying to ignore the death stares from other passengers in Kandahar airport, when two policemen swaggered up and sat down.
Five Toronto police officers should be charged with using unnecessary force against protester Adam Nobody during the G20 summit 19 months ago, an independent police review says.
After 33 years with Hazel McCallion as mayor, Canada’s sixth-largest city faces an uncertain future.
A Costa Concordia crew member told passengers to go back to their cabins because everything was under control after the luxury cruise liner slammed into rocks near the coast of Tuscany.
Inflation in Canada fell sharply last month to 2.3 per cent, as prices for most major items — from gasoline and food, to cars and clothing — plunged in December.
iBooks 2 will be a ânew textbook experience for the iPad,â Apple announced Thursday. The tech giant has partnered with publishers to pull it off.
Nortel executives had no motive to manufacture results when the bonus structure meant theyâd have been paid anyway, fraud trial hears
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We need women and athletes like Burke to remind us of people who play games and compete in individual sports simply because they love them.
âPlease consider helping them cover the enormous cost of Sarah's recent medical care and to provide for other arrangements by donating,â a website message reads. âYour support in their greatest time of need will be gratefully appreciated and forever remembered.â
Canadian freestyle skier Sarah Burke died Thursday at the University of Utah Hospital from injuries sustained in a training accident.
Sarah Burke was a freeskiing pioneer who pushed her sport to new limits, all the way into the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
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Red Tails is thrillingly set during World War II, but it actually concerns a more enduring battle: racial prejudice.
In his directorial debut, Ralph Fiennes finds modern resonance in the Bard's gruesome play Coriolanus.
U.S. Federal prosecutors have shut down one of the worldâs largest file-sharing sites, Megaupload.com, and charged its founder and others with violating piracy laws.
Comedian hit big with food, but fans at Massey Hall Saturday will get a more varied diet.
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Come Sunday, millions of families worldwide will come together to feast and celebrate as the dragon breathes life into the new year.
It couldâve been a bank fraud and ID-theft spree. Instead my handbag was returned â" even the lone Reeseâs Peanut Butter Cup had survived.
Was Paula Deen wrong to hide her Type 2 diabetes diagnosis while promoting rich, fatty food? Yes. But letâs not blame her for America's obesity crisis, writes Jennifer Bain.
When diners are told how much they’re expected to tip — 20 per cent, some are urging — the experience can leave behind a foul taste.
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Chileâs Patagonia is a haven for hikers, a taste of Alaska, the Alps, the Himalayas and the High Sierra all in one place. It is considered one of the Top treks in the world.
Quebec Cityâs famous winter Carnival, which starts next week, is a great travel destination for Canadians.
Winter holidays: active pursuits for non-skiers flourish at Canadian ski resorts.
Pasadena, California celebrates Cheeseburger Week, claiming Americaâs fave food invented there in the 1920s. And we thought Texas invented everything.
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