Daniel Sedin has overtime winner in Canucks' victory over Canadiens

VANCOUVER - Daniel Sedin scored on a power play at 2:45 of overtime Thursday as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Montreal Canadiens 3-2. Read more...

Jian Ghomeshi saga deepens; another alleged victim identifies herself

Actress Lucy DeCoutere says she's pleasantly surprised by the reaction she's received since coming forward with allegations of abusive behaviour by ousted C-B-C radio host Jian Ghomeshi.

The hashtag I-Believe-Lucy was trending on Twitter today. Read more...

Police beef up security measures in light of threats and murders

They didn't make it public... did it quietly. Read more...

Sistine Chapel's frescoes starting to turn white: Vatican

The Vatican revealed a closely kept secret Thursday: The Sistine Chapel's precious frescoes were starting to turn white from the air pollution caused by so many visitors passing through each day to marvel at Michelangelo's masterpiece. Read more...

What will remain of federal surplus following Harper's family tax cuts?

One thing is for certain: Prime Minister Stephen Harper's sweeping new package of family tax cuts will chew through billions of dollars of the Conservative government's projected budgetary surplus. Read more...

2014 health spending increase lowest in 17 years: report

The cost of health care in Canada will go up this year, but the increase is expected to be the smallest in the past 17 years, a new report suggests. Read more...

MUHC superhospital still not complete

The contractor faces fines of more than $5000 a day, but MUHC officials appear none too concerned that they still haven't received the keys to the superhospital. Read more...

The PQ's Jean-François Lisée stands up for anglos against Bill 10

The Quebec Community Groups Network found an unlikely champion in Jean-Francois Lisée when the group stood up to denounce Bill 10 at the National Assembly today. Read more...

Jenique Dalcourt's family says goodbye

The friends and family of murdered 23-year-old Jenique Dalcourt said goodbye to her at a funeral service in St-Hubert this morning. Read more...

Conservatives announce income-splitting tax break

Prime Minister Stephen Harper is pressing ahead with income splitting for families with kids under 18 — a multibillion-dollar Conservative election promise from 2011 that critics have said would benefit too few Canadians. Read more...

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