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The 2012 federal budget introduced five key changes to the Registered Disability Savings Plan. Advocates hope the user-friendly changes will increase the number of disabled Canadians and their families who use the plan.
Jeffrey Delisle sold Canadian secrets to the Russians for five years. How did he get away with it? We find out what it takes to be a successful spy.
Water experts say Canada needs to exert sovereignty over its fresh water to prevent it from being sold for profit. A recently defeated private member's bill indicates Parliament is not ready to take these steps.
Some say the subtleties of romance can’t be taught, but Saskatoon’s Global Gathering Place begs to differ. This immigrant and refugee service centre now offers an info session on the “do’s” and “dont's” of Canadian dating.
In the aftermath of the arrival of the Tamil boat people, the Conservative government wants to stop human smuggling to Canada. Refugee advocates say the proposed law will only punish those desperate to escape conflict and persecution.
The Terry Fox Run is a popular annual fixture in schools and communities across Canada. But it's no longer just a Canadian event. Today, Fox's inspirational story is motivating people in more than 30 countries to hold runs in support of cancer research.
Canada is cracking down on immigration marriage fraud with new legislation that came into effect this year. While some say the new laws are protecting Canadians, others are more skeptical about who it's actually helping.
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Do you know where your food comes from? In a move that is being welcomed by local Ontario farmers, a provincial bill is trying to bring more local food to your dinner table. Reporter Kelsey Johnson has the story.