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Parliament resumes Monday; Prime Minister Harper tries to set the tone

Prime Minister Stephen Harper is trying to set the tone for Monday's resumption of Parliament by vowing his government will focus on jobs and economic security. Read more...

Kia Motors recall; nearly 16-thousand vehicles in Canada affected

Kia Motors America is recalling nearly 87,000 of its 2014 Forte sedans because of faulty equipment that could cause the cars to catch fire. Read more...

Team Foligno prevails at all-star skills competition

Shea Weber shot faster missing the net than any other player did hitting it. When he hit the net, it was even better. Read more...

Mario Beaulieu to run in La Pointe-de-l’Ile

Bloc Québécois Leader Mario Beaulieu has chosen to run in the Montreal riding of La Pointe-de -l’Ile. Read more...

Bouchard beats Begu; through to quarterfinals at Australian Open

Eugenie Bouchard moved into the quarterfinals of another Grand Slam with a 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 win over Irina-Camelia Begu at the Australian Open on Sunday. Read more...

Snow spat resolved as father moves fort back from the street

Yann Lefebvre's four children can play in their family's snow fort again -- and this time, without a municipal squabble distracting them from the winter fun. Read more...

Legendary Canadian figure skater Toller Cranston dies at 65

Legendary figure skater Toller Cranston has died. Read more...

Habs will play Bruins outside and World Cup of Hockey returns in '16

The Montreal Canadiens will visit the Boston Bruins in the 2016 Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Read more...

Canadians crying fowl over lack of chicken

Some people have been crying foul over the lack of ethnic chicken in Canada. Read more...

Finance minister says he won't meddle with banks' decisions on rates

Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver says he has no intention of pushing Canadian banks to follow the Bank of Canada's lead and drop their rates. Read more...

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