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Anti-Semitic incidents decreased slightly in Canada in 2013 over the previous year, but cases of vandalism and violence rose significantly, according to B'nai Brith Canada The organization's annual audit of anti-Semitic incidents, released April 11,
ET The Canadian branch of the Humane Society has issued a statement reasserting its support of the Inuit seal hunt in response to the online "sealfie" movement. "We have never opposed the Inuit subsistence seal hunt that occurs in Canada's North.
Improving weather is sparking a spring pickup in Canada's residential real estate market, according to one of the country's leading real estate companies...The company's latest House Price Survey, released Tuesday, found that most regions showed
Video A powerful storm is unleashing strong winds and lots of snow in Atlantic Canada, cancelling flights and closing schools. Environment Canada is predicting up to 50 centimetres of snow for some areas of Nova Scotia and P.E.I...Environment Canada
Video versus by david topping Three people struggle through high winds and snow as they cross Hollis street in downtown Halifax. March 26, 2014. Paul Darrow for the Globe and Mail Multimedia Once the snow comes, you can't get out, he said about his
Video versus by david topping A snow squall approaches Toronto on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014...They have a strategy in place for this, said the mayor, who this year budgeted $20-million of his city's $830-million budget for snow clearing. He figures he'
A powerful storm is expected to dump heavy snow across Atlantic Canada on Wednesday. Environment Canada says as an intense low pressure system tracks near Nova Scotia, very strong winds are forecast to develop ahead of the system on Wednesday morning.
People clear snow from around their cars on a street in Montreal Sunday, December 22, 2013, as a winter storm warning has been issued for the region. Video The Globe and Mail Science Video Definitely we'd still be looking at some potential storms
Video Joanne Bernard was a single mom on social assistance before returning to school and forging a career in the non-profit sector. As Nova Scotia's community services minister, she's now in charge of the welfare system that helped her. CP Video
A late-winter storm packing between 10 and 25 centimetres is making for sloppy Wednesday morning driving conditions from Southern Ontario to Newfoundland. Environment Canada has issued weather warnings throughout southern Ontario, southern Quebec and