Canada

Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales down month-over-month

Canadian home sales started off the year at a torrid pace, fuelled by Vancouver and Toronto, but the Canadian Real Estate Association says sales in the country’s hottest markets are...

Canada needs to recognize the citizenship of its fallen soldiers

General Rick Hillier recently wrote an op-ed saying that Canadians shouldn't forget the veterans of today.  He praised Canadians for "honouring our fallen soldiers with great respect and fervour...

Canadian flights scheduled to resume after Hurricane Patricia weakens

Canadians in Mexico pitched in to help prepare - but Category-5 monster dissipated soon after making landfall.

Joe Oliver's travel expenses: What could you do with that money?

Last week, the National Observer published a story that revealed that the Finance Minister has "the most expensive costs in flights among all the members of Stephen Harper's cabinet."...

The Belonging Project explores what it takes to belong in Vancouver

The Belonging Project explores what it takes to belong in Vancouver by introducing viewers to their neighbours.
Real estate comparison: $18.8M West Van waterfront vs $599,000 New West bungalow

How the rich got richer and you got the shaft

The Great Recession and the Great Depression have many similarities.
Stephen Harper

Game on! Harper calls election amid crumbling economy

Harper calls historic election as Canadian economy sinks.

Reza Aslan on Islamic nationalism and the challenge of jihad

Reza Aslan explained ISIS and Islamic violent extremism to a packed audience at the Indian Summer Festival Thursday.
Mosaic of Canadian faces make up Canadian flag

Six ways that we, the Canadian people, will win the next election

OPINION: There's the old way of doing things, and there's the new. We will vote for change, because we need to make things better.
Canada, environment, emissions, greenhouse gas

Canada's greenhouse gas emissions continue slow climb: Report

Canada committed to reduce its emissions by 17 per cent below 2005 levels by 2020 — and the trend is now firmly heading the wrong way.