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This Week's Edition
Video: Man Illegally Rides Moose in British Columbia
Quit riding wildlife!
The Edge Fell Off the Edge at a U2 Concert
Dave "The Edge" Evans tumbled off the edge of the stage during the final song.
Former Guantanamo Prisoner Released on Bail
Omar Khadr was captured by the U.S. and admitted killing a U.S. army medic in a firefight in Afghanistan
Ukrainian Pianist Dropped by Toronto Symphony Orchestra for 'Offensive' Tweets
Thousands of inflammatory tweets about the conflict in Ukraine led to the controversial decision.
ISIS ‘Using Paedophile Grooming Tactics’ to Lure Young Jihadi Brides
A Canadian documentary reveals the methods the group use to lure teenage girls to travel to Syria.
Arrests, Mall Closure in Canada After Threats
Halifax police descended on the Mic Mac Mall in neighboring Dartmouth and then moved on two nearby addresses.
Canadian Commuters Could Skate to Work on Seven-Mile ‘Freezeway’
An architecture student's vision could see Canadians commuting to work on their ice-skates.
'Misfits' Plotted Valentine's Day Canada Mall Murders
Police foiled the plot, which targeted a Halifax mall.
Canada: Keystone XL Worth Approving
"It will create jobs for American and Canadian workers, it has the support of the Canadian and American people."
Canadian Gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau Toured Parliament Before Attack
The information suggests that Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a Muslim convert who struggled with drug addiction, may have planned the Oct. 22 attack well in advance.
Russia to Open Arctic Military Drone Base 420 Miles off the Alaskan Coast
The base will launch drones to patrol Russia's eastern waters and assist Russian navy
Canada's Laval University Shows How to Do Football Right
The most dominant team in college football in America—sorry, in North America—is Laval University of Quebec City, Quebec.
Man Who Attacked Canada's Parliament Had Drug and Robbery Arrests
The Islamic convert that police say killed a soldier in Ottawa was a misfit who lived a transient life, friends and family said.
Canadian Guard Kevin Vickers Credited With Killing Gunman
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and fellow lawmakers stood for a thunderous, minutes-long ovation as Kevin Vickers, Canada's Sergeant-at-Arms
British Islamist Preacher Rejects Link to Ottawa Shootings but Warns of Threat to UK
Britain's most high-profile Islamist preacher has rejected suggestions he influenced the Ottawa gunman, but warned there could be similar attacks in the UK
Canada PM Vows Crackdown After Capital Shocked by Fatal Attacks
Stephen Harper vowed to redouble the country's fight against terrorists abroad after a reported convert to Islam murdered a soldier and rampaged through parliament
Gunman Attacks Canada's Parliament
The shooting comes two days after an Islamic convert ran down two Canadian soldiers, killing one, near Montreal.
Aga Khan Museum: Enlightened Islam Fights Back Against Jihadist Brutality
A new museum in Toronto aims to showcase many of the greatest treasures of a thousand years of Muslim history
No Man Is an Island, but This Woman Is
The Fogo Island Inn is an economic revolution masquerading as a five-star resort
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Diagnosed With Rare, Difficult Cancer
Ford, a larger-than-life figure who smoked crack cocaine while in office, was hospitalized last week
New Treaty Allows China to Sue Canada to Change its Laws
Controversial treaty ratified ahead of Canadian Prime Minister’s China visit
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's Brother Takes His Place in Race
Rob Ford, who was hospitalized with an abdominal tumor this week, withdrew his candidacy for mayor and will instead run for a city council seat
Ukraine Death Toll Edges Up Despite Ceasefire
Ukrainian forces maintain Russian troops are violating ceasefire, despite Putin's insistence he is not involved in the Ukrainian conflict
Russia Denies Military Planes Approached Canadian Warship
Senior military official claimed Russian aircraft had flown near the vessel as part of a routine flight
Canada Adds Drones to Its Fight With Russia for the North Pole
Testing aims to make Canadian Armed Forces better prepared
Protesters Arrested at America's First Tar Sands Mine
Meanwhile, Canada has been heavily mining the Alberta region for tar sands for several years. The consequences are piling up.
The Birdman’s Vengeful Ghost
Chris Andersen was one of Denver’s most popular athletes ever, until a malicious bit of catfishing portrayed him as a child molester and nearly ruined his life
Fleeing Persecution, or Justice
The anti-Zionist group Lev Tahor is led by a charismatic rabbi who has served jail time for kidnapping
The Story Behind the Story of Rob Ford Smoking Crack
Pictures of the mayor of Toronto smoking crack cocaine were shown on an i-Pad in a car park at a late night rendezvous
Canada High Court Strikes Down All Restrictions On Prostitution
Prostitution is technically legal in Canada but most related activities had been illegal, including brothels and street solicitation.