They were a legendary Second World War commando unit whose exploits caught Hollywood's attention and who were so feared by their German enemies they were dubbed the Devil's Brigade.
Jessica Murphy, Senior Washington Correspondent
In the end, the effort fell short by just one vote.
Canada Post will be phasing out door-to-door delivery in favour of community mailboxes as part of a new business model to try to stop bleeding money.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will travel to South Africa on Sunday to attend Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Time is finally ticking down on the drawn-out debate over expelling three wayward senators without pay.
Pamela Wallin tells Senate she’s been “thrown under the bus” and says the process to toss from her seat is flawed and a “fundamental affront to Canadian democracy.”
Friendlier skies, better cable packages and cheaper phone bills - the Tories are promising next week's throne speech will have something for every disgruntled Canadian consumer.
Canada's newest top court nominee is a golfer, a bookworm and was once drafted as a teen to the Detroit Red Wings.
Hyperactive International Trade Minister Ed Fast is racking up travel points to get Canada to hook free trade deals with blocks like the European Union and booming Southeast Asia economies.
Pro-pot activist Marc Emery is offering his mea culpas to Justin Trudeau from a U.S. jail for saying he'd smoked pot a few times with the Liberal leader.
A Senate committee has forwarded Sen. Pamela Wallin's "very troubling" audit to the RCMP.
Sun News Network should learn this week whether it gets the thumbs up from the CRTC on its bid to be carried on all basic cable packages.
All current and former staff at the Prime Minister's Office have been encouraged to assist the RCMP as the force widens its investigation into the Duffy scandal.
Canadian workers are flocking to where the jobs are - this country's North and its West.
Political veteran Bob Rae exited stage left Wednesday, bowing out of the federal scene to focus on his legal work in mediation.
Embattled Sen. Mac Harb apparently owes more than four times more in housing expenses than previously reported.
Heritage Minister James Moore is satisfied with CBC's retreat over its much mocked rebranding effort and says he considers the matter closed.
Two of the suspects in the Via Rail bombing plot discussed alternative plans to poison the air or water to kill up to 100,000 people, according to U.S. Department of Justice documents.
A Toronto man accused of conspiring to bomb a Via train was arrested in 2004 on a deportation order issued in 1998 but released, the Toronto Sun has learned.
Parliamentarians debated enacting tougher counter-terrorism laws in Canada on Monday against the backdrop of an alleged terror plot short-circuited by the RCMP.