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As Vancouver grapples with housing crisis, how Europe has tackled vacant homes

Imagine living in a former church, school building or fire station for $50 a week. Consider a 25 per cent tax on people who leave their homes vacant.

Canadian belt-tightening won't fend off European threat

Bank of Canada says the fallout could still hit hard.

European Union Film Festival kicks off Friday

The 14th European Union Film Festival  (EUFF) starts  this Friday (Nov 25 - Dec 8) to showcase the most  compelling, engaging award winning films across the Atlantic Ocean...

The need for compassionate capitalism

Its time to bank on compassionate capitalism

Flaherty concedes that global turmoil will impact economy, but will "monitor closely"

Opposition presses finance minister to use stimulus, aim for job creation and growth.

Harper begins Latin America swing amid global economic scramble

Trade talks aim to expand Canada's export markets as US turmoil continues.

Amid economic jitters, Canada well positioned to face 'global headwinds': Flaherty

But country not an island, and international stress will affect us, he says.

GZA at Fortune Sound Club

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Canada: a great power?

Could Canada become a great power? Ask this question to most Canadians and you will probably be rebuked with an emphatic no, or polite chuckles. It is a question, however, that Canadians and...