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A small number of troops will be deployed within the next 24 hours to help New Brunswick prepare for flooding.
France's yellow vest protesters, seeking economic relief for students, retirees and the working class, took to the streets of Paris again Saturday, with some complaining about the huge corporate donations to rebuild fire-ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Canadian Peter Andersen wanted to bring curling to Kosovo when he moved to the small, tumultuous country in 2016. Three years later, he's representing Kosovo at the world mixed doubles curling championship and hoping his beloved sport keeps growing in the country.
Emergency Measures Organization officials deliver the latest update on the flood situation in New Brunswick
Two men have been arrested in connection with the killing of Northern Irish journalist Lyra McKee during a riot in Londonderry on Thursday.
Langley RCMP say 18 people suffered injuries after a deck collapsed at a Langley, B.C., home during a wedding-related celebration.
A few years ago we were brushing our teeth with it, rinsing our mouths with it, sanitizing our hands with it. And now triclosan is almost vanished from the marketplace.
The rainfall warning for Montreal was lifted Saturday, but authorities remain on alert for flooding across southern Quebec.
French's sustained success in Canada is likely due to a combination of ingredients, including continuous free publicity and a Canadian-made ketchup that also offers a taste and price consumers find palatable.
From learning new languages to performing on Saturday Night Live, big name artists from the West and East are breaking the pop music mould in global collaborations.
Source: CBC | Top Stories News