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Mystery surrounds Canada's decision to deny a top Russian senator a diplomatic visa. Is the government targetting former Cold Warriors?
Birthright citizenship for foreign babies born in Canada could soon come to an end. After receiving complaints from the medical community about foreign nationals giving birth in the country without paying the bill, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney says he wants to stop people taking advanatge of the Canadian immigration system.
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.
Hours after the 9-11 attacks, Canadian officials handed him over to U.S. authorities in the middle of the night. He spent the next five years in American custody where he says he was tortured. Now, Benamar Benatta wants answers, and he wants them from the Canadian government.
When Rick Hansen set out on his Man in Motion World Tour, his goal was simply to raise awareness for spinal cord injury. Twenty five years later, the legacy of his marathon continues.
The face of the Anglican Church of Canada is changing, and its future is the rapping, blogging, globetrotting Rev. Kyle Wagner
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.