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Space station’s 3-D printer pops out 1st creation, a sample replacement part for itself

Posted November 26, 2014

By Marcia Dunn, The Associated Press CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The first 3-D printer in space has popped out its first creation. The 3-D printer ...

First Nations that haven’t complied with transparency law face consequences

Posted November 26, 2014

By Steve Rennie, The Canadian Press OTTAWA – First Nations that flout the Conservative government’s new financial-transparency law have been told they could face consequences ...

Harper’s infrastructure plan to trim next year’s surplus by $300M, down to $1.6B

Posted November 26, 2014

By Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press OTTAWA – And now it’s $1.6 billion. That’s the new projection for next year’s budgetary surplus once the Harper ...

Highlights from the fall 2014 report of the federal auditor general

Posted November 26, 2014

The Canadian Press OTTAWA – Highlights from auditor general Michael Ferguson’s fall 2014 report, released Tuesday: – Veterans Affairs is not providing veterans with timely ...

Today in Music History – Nov. 26

Posted November 26, 2014

The Canadian Press In 1933, singer-actor Robert Goulet was born in Lawrence, Mass. He moved to Edmonton while in his teens, and was a semi-finalist ...


Ghomeshi reaches agreement with CBC, withdraws lawsuit against broadcaster

Posted November 26, 2014

By Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press TORONTO – Scandal-plagued former radio host Jian Ghomeshi has reached an agreement with the CBC to withdraw his $55-million ...

Pressure on Tories to apologize after Sun retracts story on Liberal candidate

Posted November 26, 2014

The Canadian Press OTTAWA – Sun Media has retracted a story about a Liberal candidate that was based on a secretly recorded conversation by a ...

New information surfaces about harassment allegations against Liberal MPs

Posted November 26, 2014

By Joan Bryden and Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press OTTAWA – New information has emerged about the explosive allegations of misconduct made by two female ...


Vets needing PTSD benefits face dizzying paperwork, eight month wait: auditor

Posted November 26, 2014

By Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press OTTAWA – Many of Canada’s battle-scarred veterans wait up to eight months to find out if they are eligible ...

Sex offenders convicted abroad may be missing from national registry: auditor

Posted November 26, 2014

By Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press OTTAWA – The national sex offender registry may not include some Canadians convicted of crimes abroad because the RCMP ...


TSX advances amid strong showings in Canadian retail sales, U.S. economic growth

By Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian Press TORONTO – The Toronto stock market closed higher Tuesday amid stronger than expected showings for Canadian retail sales and ...

Today in History – Nov. 26

Posted November 26, 2014

The Canadian Press On this date: In 1539, in England, the monastery at the Fountains Abbey was surrendered to the Crown. It was the richest ...



Flexibility, partnerships key to modern policing, says federal panel

Posted November 26, 2014

By Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press OTTAWA – A federally commissioned study says police must be more flexible and seek out partnerships to succeed in ...


Cities should consider bans on ride sharing apps carefully, regulator says

Posted November 26, 2014

The Canadian Press OTTAWA – The Competition Bureau says municipalities should consider whether moves to ban digital dispatch services and ride-sharing applications are necessary. In ...


Quebec hoping to chop number of bureaucrats by two per cent

Posted November 26, 2014

The Canadian Press QUEBEC – The Quebec civil service is being put on a diet. The government wants to shed two per cent of its ...



Remembrance in the Capital – Ottawa’s overwhelming response and a spotlight on veteran Gus Este

Posted November 26, 2014

More than 50,000 people lined up as early as 6 a.m. holding homemade signs and flags. Photo by Ellen O’Connor By Brandon Rushton This year’s ...

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The El-Funoun Palestinian Dance Troupe’s first Canadian tour brings art, beauty to Ottawa

Posted November 21, 2014

By Samantha Ammoun From slow and soulful dances to high-energy and joyous Dabke, El-Funoun captivated the audience for the entirety of their show. The theatrics ...


The Gift of Education: CBET fundraiser raises money for scholarships

Posted November 18, 2014

Mayor Jim Watson, Fabliha Ahad, a 2014 high school graduate from Glebe Collegiate Institute and recognized for her outstanding achievement in high school and Fakruz ...

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