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Newtown woman, US civil society call for movement against gun violence

Can the US overcome a fatal block on legislation some say would prevent the recent rash of mass-shootings?

The Chinese are coming, and other problematic Canadian sovereignty woes

Some analysts say a little bit of economic imperialism isn't all that bad.

Sales pitch begins on border deal: we'll catch more EI cheats

As Canada inks US perimeter security deal, critics ask if it's worth the cost.

The need for compassionate capitalism

Its time to bank on compassionate capitalism

Gap between haves, have-nots skyrockets in Canada

Level of inequality grows faster than in peer countries, says new study.

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.

Bad news piles up ahead Flaherty's appearance before finance committee

US recession and debt, market fears all add up to gloom north of the border.

Canada and US head for joint policing, patrols, intelligence

Security the goal, but it won't compromise privacy, Tories insist.

Stock market volatility has B.C. businesses on edge

The recent downturn in US and global stock markets has Canadian economists worried. This recent economic crisis, which originally ensued from the US losing its AAA credit rating from S&P, raises...

CIA secretly kept eye on Canadian economy, tar sands, mining during Cold War

Declassified reports say Trudeau was torn between urge to play leader of Third World and desire to hold his own with industrial giants.