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Canada-U.S. softwood lumber deal set to expire Oct. 12; priority for B.C.

Clark said the importance of a renewed lumber deal between Canada and the U.S. is her first topic of discussion with Ottawa.

Reserved until the wine worked its magic

Columbia Winery opened their doors to host the inaugural Woodinville Reserve, an exciting event that was overflowing with local wine, food and people.

Discover Woodinville Wine at an exclusive tasting this weekend

Woodinville Wine Country introduces a new exclusive tasting event featuring 90+ rated wines from 40 of the region's wineries and a handful of Woodinville's restaurants.

How Susan Rice stands to gain from Canada's oil sands development

Pegged to replace Hilary Clinton as President Obama's Secretary of State, Rice and her Canadian husband together hold millions in stocks of major energy companies.

B.C. intervened to halt Bush torture case

Who stopped the suit against Bush?

THE BIG GRAB Part 7: Silence of the Plans

The Harper government has pledged to cut climate pollution. But its plan only covers 13 per cent of the required cuts -- and oil sands pollution will more than wipe out even that gain.

THE BIG GRAB Part 6: Falling Behind

Canada has fallen steadily behind the U.S. and other countries in maximizing wealth per tonne of climate pollution. That's putting our future prosperity -- and costs -- on the line.

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.

Canada gets revenge on USA at World Juniors Hockey

Team Canada rolled past defending champions Team USA to avenge last year's gold medal loss.

Ghana, Uruguay advance. USA and South Korea sent home.

Uruguay beat out South Korea with a hard fought 2-1 victory that sent the Uruguayans to the quarter finals. Uruguay got off to a great start when Diego Forlan sent in a cross that the Korean...