POLICE say four people, including two of their own officers, are dead after a shooting in Canada with one person now in custody.
Saudi Arabia has also ordered roughly 15,000 Saudis studying in Canada to leave.
The Saudi Arabian foreign ministry has recalled its ambassador from Canada and given the Canadian ambassador 24 hours to leave the country. Riyadh is also freezing all new trade and investment deals with Canada.
After a deadly summer of gun violence, many Canadians are wondering if their country is not as immune to the gun crime plaguing the US as they thought.
Strains circulating in Saskatchewan, where nearly 80% of infected are indigenous, may lead to faster development of related viruses
Police have confirmed that the shooter is also dead
Gallant told The House the changes to cabinet reflect the experience and expertise from different regions of the country.
PM repeats Canada's opposition to Russian behaviour in Crimea, Ukraine, Syria and U.K.
Trudeau attended the fundraiser to support avalanche safety.
Officials warn that the sweltering heat and humidity are expected to continue for at least another day
Canada has retaliated against US steel and aluminum tariffs by slapping its own penalties on American exports.
Cedella Roman, 19, was arrested on May 21 in Blaine, Washington — half-a-mile from the border.
It isn't a typical mission — certainly not for Canada, and nothing about it is easy, says Gen. Jonathan Vance
A jogger who says she inadvertently crossed the Canadian border while running was reportedly detained by U.S. authorities for two weeks.
Federal government's bill legalizing recreational cannabis passes 52-29
Trump is right about one thing: Canada charges the US exorbitant tariffs on dairy.Canada's supply-management system rigs the market with centralized price-setting, allocated production quotas, and exorbitant tariffs.
This drives massive profits to a small group of largely corporate farm operations, while the dairy industry has a well-funded lobby and propaganda operation.
Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau, won't back away from his claim that "we will always defend our supply management system."
President told Fox he was ‘very strongly clamping down’ Beijing describes course of ‘confrontation and mutual loss’
Trudeau said nothing Saturday he hasn't said before, his office says
Canadian police say that all resources are being used in a major manhunt for two men who set off a homemade bomb at a restaurant in a Toronto suburb.
About 250 Canadian soldiers who are heading to Mali took part in their final training exercise. 3:11