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Burnbrae Farms egg heiress brushes off ‘perception’ of conflict as new chief of staff to agriculture minister

The appointment raises questions about whether it is appropriate for someone to run the agriculture minister's office who is so deeply invested in Canada's quota system for eggs

'Alcohol was becoming a part of my daily life': MP Seamus O'Regan back from rehab, 40 days sober

'I regularly had several drinks at the end of most days. Sometimes more than several drinks,' O'Regan said in a Facebook post Monday

Kevin O'Leary's leadership ambitions supported by 23% of Conservative voters in a new poll

Only Peter MacKay's support is stronger, though almost a third of identified Conservatives remain undecided as party brass begin setting the rules for the pending race

Living above the third floor drastically reduces your chances of surviving cardiac arrest, study suggests

For those above the 16th floor, the survival rate was a 'negligible,' and dismal 0.9 percent; by the 25th floor, it was zero

‘His best performance yet’: Bernie Sanders shines in final Democratic primary debate

Report card: How did Democratic primary candidates fare in the final debate on Sunday night?

Student athlete from B.C. found dead in New York as police make grisly discovery near campus

Matthew Hutchinson, a university student from North Vancouver, was among three people found dead in a home in a town south of Rochester on Sunday

Uncertain future for religious freedom office as Liberals consider wider human-rights proposals

Supporters of the office are urging the Liberals to save it. Others are calling for big changes, if not its outright abolition

Diplomatic drama and secret talks: The 14 turbulent months behind U.S. prisoner swap with Iran

Five Americans left Iran over the weekend in exchange for seven Iranians freed by the United States

British PM threatens to deport Muslim women who don’t improve their English

British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to fund language lessons, saying Muslim women must improve their English to better integrate into British society

‘We forget we really are a nation of refugees’: What newcomers thought when they moved to Canada

The 12 former refugees who participated in this mini-documentary arrived in Canada under different circumstances over the span of nearly seven decades

Where is the fury and resolve to fight back? Trudeau's silence on terrorism is deafening

Michael Den Tandt: Trudeau's perceived instincts and judgment about foreign policy — especially as concerns the war against terrorism — are his greatest weakness

‘Divisive, stupid and wrong’: U.K. Parliament debates today whether to ban Donald Trump from Britain

Trump, who is of Scottish heritage, has not taken kindly to the debate. He has threatened to withdraw US$1 billion of planned investment in his Scottish golf courses

Missing Hong Kong publisher arrested by China for drunk driving charge, political motive suspected

Gui was a prolific author of the often salacious books about Chinese leaders that are sold at Hong Kong’s so-called upstairs bookshops

Watch Elon Musk’s reusable rocket land on ocean barge, topple over and explode

One of the rocket’s four legs didn’t latch, causing it to tip over after landing. Musk said the 'root cause may have been ice buildup due to condensation from heavy fog at liftoff'

Police search for suspect who punched snowplow driver after side-street skirmish in Whitby

The snowplow driver stopped and waited as the suspect was shovelling snow by the side of the road. When the man on the street wouldn't move, the two started arguing

North Korea is floating 1 million propaganda leaflets by balloon over border, South Korea says

Seoul's Defence Ministry said Monday the North's military has been sending the balloons on a near-daily basis; a spokesman said the leaflets have reached Seoul

Vancouver mayor apologizes to men in leaked mall photos who were labelled ’suspicious’

The three are visiting Vancouver from the United Kingdom so Sharaz's friend and 14-year-old son can receive specialized treatment for their visual disabilities

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