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Ontario premier speaks out on Rob Ford crack allegations
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she takes it seriously when personal issues start to impact city governance. Wynne was asked about recent reports of a video purported to show Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine.
Tory MPs satisfied with Harper's strong message
Conservative MPs and senators echoed the prime minister's comments on accountability Tuesday. But some say NDP Leader Tom Mulcair should answer for alleged knowledge of corruption in the Montreal construction industry.
Elijah Harper remembered
There were long lineups inside the Manitoba legislature Monday as people paid their respects to Elijah Harper. The aboriginal politician, who blocked the Meech Lake accord in 1990, died on Friday at age 64.
NDP asks RCMP to investigate Senate scandal
The New Democrats are asking the RCMP to investigate whether the prime minister's recently resigned chief of staff broke any laws when he wrote a personal cheque to cover Sen. Mike Duffy's improper housing expenses.
We both went down in flames: Hadfield on Maple Leafs
Toronto Maple Leafs fans are still recovering from the team's crushing playoffs elimination, and astronaut Chris Hadfield is no different. Hadfield says he was wearing a Leafs shirt under his space suit when he landed back on Earth.
Mike Duffy quits Tory caucus
Embattled Senator Mike Duffy has quit the Conservative caucus but will continue to sit in the upper chamber as an independent. He stepped down amid a controversy over housing claims.
Double amputee completes trek for charity
Spencer West, who lost both his legs as a child due to illness, journeyed on his hands and in a wheelchair from Edmonton to Calgary to raise funds and awareness for the need for clean drinking water around the globe.
Protesters greet Montreal mayoral candidate
Longtime Liberal MP Denis Coderre has officially announced his intention to run for mayor of Montreal. Demonstrators booed and banged pots and pans as Coderre vowed to stop corruption at city hall.
Get to know Toronto Zoo's pandas
Two giant pandas on loan from China are settling in at the Toronto Zoo. A zoo spokesperson says the male and female pandas have very different personalities.
The Wayne Gretzky of Wayne Gretzky collectors
Hockey sticks, jerseys, helmets, skates -- Shawn Chaulk has amassed a hoard of items used by the Great One himself. Get a glimpse of Chaulk's massive Wayne Gretzky collection. Companion video to The Canadian Press story with SlugLine-tag HKN-Gretzky-Auction.
Christy Clark: I'll find a way into the legislature
B.C. Liberal Leader Christy Clark says she has no regrets about not campaigning more heavily in her own riding. The B.C. premier lost her seat in Tuesday's provincial election, but her party won a surprise majority.
Wife of killed Ontario man says she is broken
The wife of Hamilton man Tim Bosma, who was killed after taking a test drive with two men, says a part of her is now gone. Sharlene Bosma says she is trying to keep it together for the sake of her two-year-old daughter.
BlackBerry parties with Alicia Keys
At BlackBerry's annual conference in Florida this year, attendees celebrated with a huge party at Universal Studios. Canadian Press reporter David Friend offers a glimpse into Tuesday night's festivities.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark's victory speech
B.C. Premier Christy Clark says opinion polls don't chose governments -- the voters do. In her victory speech after the Liberal's surprise election win, Clark said her party will honour what voters have bestowed on them.
B.C. NDP Leader Adrian Dix concedes
NDP Leader Adrian Dix says the election result shows there's never a dull moment in B.C. politics. Dix says he's disappointed but unbowed by his party's loss to the Liberals.
Murder charges to be laid in missing Ontario man case
Hamilton police have confirmed Toronto man Dellen Millard will be charged with first-degree murder in the death of Tim Bosma, who went missing after going for a test drive with two men in a truck he posted for sale online.
Kids have their say in mock B.C. election
Grade 7 students at a Vancouver elementary school are among thousands across B.C. casting their vote in a mock provincial election. The kids explain what issues influence their decision.