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Missouri's governor ordered the withdrawal of National Guard troops from the riot-weary town of Ferguson on Thursday.
The London Hunt and Country Club tried to strap on its goalie pads and grab the big shields to fend off the world's best women's golfers.
Looks like Jerry Sokoloski, of Etobicoke, has finally hit it big.
So Yeon Ryu couldn't recall the name of the London Korean-Japanese restaurant she dined at Wednesday night.
A group from the Tsleil-Waututh Nation is helping bring the second of two healing totem poles that mark both ends of Kinder Morgan’s pipeline.
Former head of the B.C. Lottery Corporation Michael Graydon has paid back more than $55,000 that he was paid from Feb. 4 to March 31.
The B.C. New Democrats say there’s more questions than answers revealed in the government’s release of Imperial Metals Ltd.’s Mount Polley permit.
Canadian university students are training up for a mission to Mars.
Have you ever had an imaginary friend? If so, I bet you’ve never had an imaginary friend like Mr. Marmalade.
On Aug. 20, one of yoga’s great teachers, BKS Iyengar, died at the age of 95. Born in southern India into a poor family, he suffered poor health.
Hailed as Canada’s No. 1 party band, Trooper have contributed scores of songs into our country’s musical mosaic and still continue to sell out shows.