Nearly half of Canadian retirees were forced into retirement earlier than they had planned and more than one quarter of those people are now struggling to make ends meet, a new poll has found.
OTTAWA -- Spending billions of public dollars over two decades has done little to reverse Canada's long decline in the key economic category of business innovation, the federal government acknowledges in a newly released document.
It's hard to cover news in Taiwan and pretend the past year has been like any other. In July 2014, a TransAsia airline crash killed 48 people, and half a year later the same airline lost another plane and 43 died.
The United Nations' UNESCO is urging Canada to delay development projects that could have an adverse impact on Wood Buffalo National Park until a full environmental assessment is completed.
Canada Day in Halifax had a little bit for everyone! Parties, parades and pot all made an appearance on July 1. These kids, both big and little, started up a street hockey game during a neighbourhood party in Halifax.