Canada’s spy agency was kept out of the loop by Foreign Affairs on the fate of the sole remaining Iraqi diplomat in Canada following the toppling of Saddam Hussein’s regime, according to U.S. diplomatic cables obtained by APTN National News.
Two APTN National News reporters were nominated for Canadian Association of Journalists awards handed out this past weekend.
A new card being issued by the Quebec government is causing quite the stir at gas stations in the Mohawk community of Kahnawake.
A small delegation from the Lil’wat and the St’at’imc First Nation are heading to the Big Apple.
In Manitoba many communities continue to face record water levels.
The second annual Kah Ni Kah-Ni-Chihk traditional pow wow took place over the weekend in Winnipeg.
Thousands of firefighters from British Columbia, Saskatchewan and from across Alberta are fighting for control of a massive wildfire.
A beleaguered First Nations community already dealing with the health and environmental impacts of a massive oil spill is now starting to evacuate as raging forest fires in northern Alberta, which have already consumed part of a town, creep closer.
When you turn on the taps in Yellowknife, you get clean, fresh water.