How does Canada’s newly released “Food Guide” differ from recommendations offered up by the U.S. government?
Canada came out with its own new set of more detailed food guidelines which public health advocates are praising as an improvement.
Ceramic Technology Inc. made more than $300,000 in sales to new customers in Canada as a result of its participation in the GGCET program.
Canadian apartment hunters have plenty of options to choose from, especially given the sheer size of the country and the diversity of its provinces and territories.
AMTI Microwave Circuits made new export sales to Canada through participation in a trade mission to Vancouver.
Canada is Virginia’s number one source of international tourism, as visitation and spending continues to grow each year.
Governor Terry McAuliffe will lead a four-day marketing mission to Boston and Canada, May 17-20.
Being convicted of a crime means that you have a criminal record. Even if you were charged but not convicted, you will still have a criminal record.
The Pardon Applications process is complex and detailed, but does an applicant need the services of a lawyer?
Canada recently announced plans to take in 25,000 Syrian refugees as soon as possible. However, not all refugees will be considered.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Thursday new exports of Virginia seafood to Canada as a result of his recent trade and tourism mission to the country.
In remarks on the Senate floor today, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine reiterated his opposition to legislation that would mandate approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
In Defense of Animals (IDA), an international animal protection organization, released today its list of the Ten Worst Zoos for Elephants for 2014.
Poets and publishers from around the world will converge upon Bridgewater College Jan. 15-18 for a conference to celebrate poetry, creativity and the global exchange of ideas.
The climate controversy is one of the world’s most important discussions. At stake are billions of dollars, countless jobs, and, if U.N. representatives who met in Peru are right, the fate of the global environment itself.
U.S. agricultural exports, including those from Virginia, are at an all-time high. The USDA recently announced that agricultural exports for 2014 totaled $152.5 billion, topping last year’s record $141 billion.
Sen. Tim Kaine remarks on the Senate floor before the vote on a resolution related to the proposed Keystone pipeline.
You’ve probably heard the old phrase, “good things come to those who wait.” Well, the American people have been waiting over six years for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Virginia peanut growers are hoping this year’s crop will be 26 percent larger than last year’s, a great recovery from recent years of low production.