While criminal Paul Bernardo will be allowed to vote in October’s general election, Order of Canada recipient Donald Sutherland will be denied that right because he lives outside the country.
As if the oil industry in Canada wasn’t under enough stress with falling world prices, the news from northern Alberta gets worse, not better.
Despite the absence of Jamaica’s Usain Bolt, Canadians celebrate big win on the track.
As his presidency enters its final 18 months, Barack Obama questions the treatment of those convicted of crimes.
Canada won more gold medals in the first six days than we took home from Mexico four years ago, managing to beat the Americans in events where they normally rule the roost.
Keep a good thought for Joe Oliver, the man tasked with convincing Canadians the Conservatives are the most capable managers of their money.
The need to cherish national treasures highlighted as historic hotel owners flip property for quick profit.
Nicholas Winton, who died on Canada Day at the age of 106, saved the lives of hundreds of children fleeing the horrors of Hitler and the Nazis 70 years ago.
If we are really serious about making a difference, why not simply bar such people from getting behind the wheel for life, as they do in a number of European countries?
Whether its venues for sports, culture or entertainment, Fargo and Grand Forks has some spectacular offerings.