McKenna uses Twitter to troll coal from Bonn during U.S. event promoting it

OTTAWA — Canada's environment minister appears to be trolling the United States government over its pro-coal power stance from the United Nations climate change talks...

Filipinos urge Trudeau to take out Canadian trash still festering in Manila

MANILA, Philippines — Justin Trudeau's visit to the Philippines brought him within a short walk of a Canadian controversy that has lingered in the Port of Manila for years: about 100...

‘Too late in the game:’ Concerns that hurt bear near Calgary can’t weather winter

COCHRANE, Alta. — A wildlife biologist says a young injured black bear that has been wandering alone west of Calgary for weeks has not built up...

Wildlife officers out west investigate after close to 100 geese found dead

TABER, Alta. — Alberta wildlife officials are investigating the discovery of close to 100 dead geese apparently dumped on a family's farm. Twyla Valgardson says...

Deer with hammock festooned in antlers wins raves

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — A deer with part of a purple hammock laced around his antlers has inspired a Facebook page, popular line of...

Sea level maps show Canada’s coastal communities in race against time

OTTAWA — From the slow-paced, tree-lined streets of downtown Charlottetown to the modern, western architecture of metro Vancouver, Canada's urban waterfronts are a beacon for...

Newcomers, the North and Stephen Harper: how federal politics mattered this week

OTTAWA — The Parliament Hill hoopla this week was all about horoscopes and Halloween costumes, with an undertone of Bill Morneau controversy for good...

Pike’s plastic plight: Man frees fish cinched in two by bottle wrapper

CALGARY — Adam Turnbull has been catching fish in the South Saskatchewan River for 17 years and had never seen anything like it. Turnbull, 28,...

Canada’s testing helped U.S. Volkswagen probe, but still no legal action here

OTTAWA — Two years after Canadian government testing helped the United States go after Volkswagen for faking the results of diesel-engine emissions tests, Canada...

Dan Kachur; building Algoma’s mining history

Dan Kachur has been researching and exploring for the last 35 years, a part of Algoma history that has almost been forgotten. But with...

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