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Canada set out to win the most medals at all costs, and wound up eating its words and then some.
As their prime minister tours Haiti, Canadian survivors of the recent earthquake reflect on how close they came to tragedy.
Shareef Abdelhaleem, found guilty of plotting mass murder in Toronto, sought to profit financially from his terrorism.
Analysis: One year on, Canadians are much like their American counterparts: They like the man more than his policies.
Canadians have followed the US lead on all things security, but do they know when to say when?
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is determined to send back the some 200 American asylum-seekers who have fled the Iraq war.
The train, in this case, is Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative government.
Harper's government is content to follow the U.S. on climate change policy.
Canada's Conservative government pays tribute to the Montreal Massacre, but ponders loosening gun regulations.
Sandro Contenta has seen firsthand how smugglers slip smokes across the Canadian border.
Peacekeepers give way to warriors in Afghanistan, and a nation open to immigration becomes one that bans permanent residents.
The Humber River was teeming with this year's run. But salmon populations are declining elsewhere in Canada, leading many to question whether that will always be the case.
Professional hockey players cut in front of old ladies waiting for flu shots, and a Chinatown grocer gets charged for catching a thief.
Questions over Canada’s role in the Afghanistan war and unflattering polls have the prime minister eyeing the exits.
In contrast to the US, where health care is a commodity, Canada has, so far, treated it like a human right.
How a billionaire's thwarted effort to bring the Phoenix Coyotes to Ontario reinforces the troubling trend of NHL teams migrating south.
If the Libyan leader had pitched his tent in Newfoundland as planned last week, he and his shenanigans would have fit right in.
The province's motto, "Je me souviens," rings true on the anniversary of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.
Following a string of incidents in which some get treated like second-class citizens, upcoming elections give Canadians a chance to respond.
In the poshest part of Toronto, a fatal traffic accident lays bare the power of privilege.