Quebec

NDP under more scrutiny as it enters the big leagues

'Not the first time people have put a target on my back,' Layton says.

THE BIG GRAB Part 3: Fewer Jobs and GDP

The oil sands have a dirty little secret: They generate far fewer jobs and wealth per tonne of carbon dioxide than other industries.

THE BIG GRAB Part 9: Made-In-Canada Solutions

We end our series with a look at several existing made-in-Canada strategies that will build a prosperous future for us all.

Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for the last two days: Thursday & Friday

My picks for the last two days include Incendies, the VIFF film that shook me the most. Also a ghost story, thoughts on marriage and one very speedy bank robber. (read more)

SOS Cuisine to the rescue

Do you need to get your eating habits on the right track? Look no further than SOSCuisine, a brilliant new site dedicated to your well-being

From French Riviera, a Variety of Reactions to Vancouver, Canada, and the 2010 Winter Games

Canadians are kind and clean, the French garnered from watching Olympics television coverage. But a retiree who once actually lived in Canada isn't impressed. “The winters. So long!” Story inside...

Canadian Government to Fund Infastructure Project Named After National Hockey League Coach

Prime Minister Stephen Harper, accompanied by Christian Paradis, Minister of Natural Resources, and Denis Lebel, Minister of State for the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of...

Premier Campbell on CKNW Says No Need to Increase BC's Minimum Wage

Premier Campbell is set against raising the minimum wage in BC.