With so much debate about a public inquiry into Canada's missing and murdered aboriginal women, here's a closer look at how one could work and what it could reasonably hope to achieve. More read comments
The richest best-dressed company director and the poorest worst-dressed unemployed worker — both can be seen holding a cup of Tim Hortons coffee in their hand and neither feels awkward. This helps to explain the enduring love affair that Canadians have with the coffee and doughnut giant. More read comments
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is taking aim at a pilot project in New Brunswick's Kennebecasis Valley that will see hunters targeting more urban deer. More video
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- Video Newfoundland town in limbo as residents await word on relocation funds read comments video
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New Brunswick Votes 2014
- Opinion New Brunswick must deal with its obesity 'crisis'
- The New Brunswick government needs to take innovative steps to tackle the province's obesity crisis, according to UNB professor Gabriela Tymowski.
- Obesity 'crisis' will get worse without action, expert says
- New Brunswick finds itself in an obesity “crisis” and the problem is only going to get worse unless action is taken by the provincial government, according to a University of New Brunswick professor.
- Role of hospitals must be reviewed, health expert says
- New Brunswick needs to merge the departments of Health and Social Development and re-examine how surgical hospitals are spread around the province, according to a health expert.
- Justin Trudeau home break-in: Man entered in error so no charges
- Ronald Stan, Ontario man missing since 1977, found in U.S.
- Killer whale pod rallies around orca trapped in fisherman's net
- Sunwing Flight 656: 'Unruly' passengers force plane's return to Pearson
- B.C. teachers' strike: Vince Ready to meet with Jim Iker and Peter Cameron, says BCTF
- B.C. teachers' strike: morale fades as school year looms
- Decker Glacier lake at Whistler a sign of melt to come
- B.C. teachers' strike: Jim Iker calls for Peter Fassbender to 'get this deal done' Monday
- Foggy the humpback whale returns to Bay of Fundy after close call
- Michael Lumahang drowns after trying to rescue boy from Ottawa River