OTTAWA — The oil slump is sure to bruise Alberta's housing market, but don't expect real estate in the province to absorb another 1980s-style drubbing, says an internal federal government analysis.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — A $1.15-billion benefits' package is being offered to a First Nation on British Columbia's northwest coast in a bid to win support for a proposed liquefied-natural-gas terminal and pipeline.
VICTORIA — Alaska's lieutenant-governor will make an extraordinary visit to the British Columbia mine at the centre of an environmental disaster in an effort to ensure his state won't be damaged by a similar catastrophe.
Despite a number of polls showing a surging NDP and a tight race between the PCs and the Wildrose Party Prentice sees things differently.
ERBIL, Iraq — Stephen Harper got to see the no man's land of northern Iraq on Saturday as questions emerged about whether Canadian special forces soldiers have curtailed trips to the frontline in the aftermath of a friendly fire death almost two months ago.
MONTREAL — Downtown Montreal was plunged into familiar chaos for a few hours on Friday night as several hundred protesters, many wearing masks, clashed with police who fired off tear gas to try to disperse them.