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A worker at the Royal Canadian Mint checks the quality of loonies after they are pressed in Winnipeg The Canadian Press Economy Lab Sean McCormick, president of Manitobah Mukluks, in his plant in Winnipeg. for The Globe and Mail Gallery Video A news
Monday's announcement of a consensus is simply the next step in a process that began with a framework agreement nine years ago, followed by an agreement in principle two years ago. The parties hope to sign off on that final deal in April, 2014.
A pump jack draws oil from the ground near a hydraulic fracturing operation near Bowden, Alta. For The Globe and Mail Energy The Enbridge Tower on Jasper Ave., Edmonton. Energy video The order comes after the NEB found a series of violations,
OttawaThe Northwest Territories is about to get the keys to its economy in a sweetheart devolution deal with the federal government. In an agreement government sources say could be finalized in two weeks, the territory will get legislative control
Fireworks display capped off the opening of the Deh Cho Bridge at Fort Providence NT. Hundreds of residents of the tiny community, and surrounding towns, turned out in -30 weather to see the display Nov 30, 2012. for The Globe and Mail Gallery video
Story It's one of our top concerns, said Dr. Kami Kandola, the NWT's deputy chief public health officer. It is one our priorities because this particular bug is quite nasty...The next highest year, 2010, had 138 over the full 12 months...That's more
Watch Watch Photo of Olivia Chow for a first-person piece about her trip down the Mountain River in the Northwest territores. JaN Studios Watch This is risky, said John Stewart, one of the curriculum's authors. There's things where we can't predict
The excitement was too much for Conservative backbencher Ryan Leef who represents that far north Yukon Territory in the federal parliament. In introducing the Prime Minister who was visiting his
Story Interactive video But only if they can get them to market. This year, Alberta and British Columbia have sparred over the $6-billion Northern Gateway pipeline, with B.C. threatening to scuttle it without a bigger slice of the revenues. Now Mr.
The voters have spoken, but the election is only half complete. The 19 newly elected representatives in the Northwest Territories' new government are now turning their attention to choosing a premier. At least one candidate has so far announced his