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'Greening' project could end use of fossil fuel for Centennial Flame
The popular Centennial Flame monument on Parliament Hill has been drawing on natural gas from Western Canada for half a century. But Public Services and Procurement Canada wants a more eco-friendly fuel, and has launched a study to look at alternatives, including electricity and LEDs.
Canadian man imprisoned for 11 years in Ethiopia returns to Toronto
A Canadian citizen imprisoned in Ethiopia for more than 11 years has returned to Toronto after a gruelling campaign by his family and an international human rights groups to free him.
'Fear and division': Trudeau rips Conservatives in campaign-style speech to supporters
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took sharp aim at his chief electoral opponent, casting Andrew Scheer as a divisive force in a campaign-style speech to fire up his troops.
4 found dead at scene of suspicious vehicle fire: Timmins police
Timmins police say they believe they found the bodies of four people when investigating a suspicious vehicle fire near Timmins, Ont.
Alberta snowmobiler killed in 2-sled collision near Revelstoke, B.C.
'This world needs more people like Mark': Humboldt Broncos assistant coach remembered at funeral
BP granted approval to start drilling off Nova Scotia's coast
'Lean on each other': First responder at Broncos' crash says support helps in coping
Why so few people on Six Nations reserve have clean running water, unlike their neighbours
'It's going to be biblical': flood fears rise in southern B.C. as snowpack melts
Health Canada's 'fake news?' — It's not fake but it's not news either
Engineer fled war and racism to find community in Canada