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Canadians warned of travelling to Costa Rica after B.C. man killed
The government is warning Canadians travelling to Costa Rica of an increase in violent crime after a British Columbia man was killed Thursday during a home invasion.
Conservative MP says Nigel Wright wanted to ensure no taxpayer money 'on the hook'
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel said she’s “disappointed” over the ongoing Senate expenses scandal but stands firmly by her party, and the government is motivated by a “desire to make sure that we have accountability and transparency in the Senate.”
Harper's chief of staff Nigel Wright resigns amid Duffy scandal
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s chief of staff Nigel Wright has resigned. Wright announced his resignation Sunday morning, days after news broke that he wrote a personal cheque to help Sen. Mike Duffy pay back more than $90,000 in improperly claimed Senate living expenses.
Search resumes for two New Brunswick lobster fishermen off northeast coast
A search will resume Sunday along New Brunswick`s northeast coast for two missing lobster fishermen.
Job grant program advertised by Harper government doesn't yet exist
The Harper government is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars advertising a program that does not yet exist.
North Korea fires projectile into eastern waters
North Korea fired a projectile into waters off its eastern coast Sunday, a day after launching three short-range missiles in the same area, officials said.
One person hospitalized after two trains collide near Medicine Hat
One person was transported to hospital after a CP freight train collided with another train in a railyard near Medicine Hat, Alberta.
3 companies recall antipsychotic drug quetiapine: Health Canada
Health Canada says three companies are voluntarily recalling all lots of the antipsychotic drug quetiapine.