'Sophie and I offer our condolences and prayers to the families and friends of those lost today,' PM says
'Unlikely that demand fundamentals will justify continued strong price increases,' central bank warns
Rideau Street sinkhole spawns a gusher of irreverent commentary
Seventeen Air Canada passengers weren’t screened properly at Paris C-harles de Gaulle Airport, so all passengers had to go through security procedures again, right on the tarmac when they arrived in Canada.
Just two words would change, but not everyone is happy about the idea.
A Syrian refugee in Ontario, who has been desperately searching for her five-year-old niece since she was on a boat that capsized off the coast of Libya, is feeling overjoyed by news that the little girl may be with a Palestinian couple who also survived the wreck. 5
PRIME Minister Justin Trudeau apologised before the Canadian Parliament for a third time Thursday, saying he expects better behaviour of himself after elbowing a female politician in the chest and grabbing another politician.
It was only a matter of time.
The death of 39-year-old Francisco Javier Romero Astorga while in custody of the Canada Border Services Agency is just the latest example of a system in need of repair, as activists clamor for independent oversight
The role of the prime minister’s spouse has no real formal status in the Canadian system,
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he'll visit fire-ravaged Fort McMurray, Alta., on Friday.
OFFICIALS say they have reached a turning point in fighting an enormous wildfire, hoping to get a “death grip”’ on the blaze that ravaged parts of Canada’s oil sands town of Fort McMurray amid cooler temperatures and light rain.
The inferno looks set to become the costliest natural disaster in Canada’s history.
The fire raging in Fort McMurray, Canada sounds like something f-rom the apocalypse.
There's an upside to a low loonie — and Canadian retailers are seeing it first-hand.
The decapitated head of a white male found Monday night in the southern Philippines belonged to a Canadian taken hostage by Abu Sayyaf militants in September, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed in a statement Monday.
In a remarkable spectacle of money-grubbing over arms deals, this month saw a parade of Western leaders jettisoning any pretense of upholding vaunted “liberal values” to court despotic Mideast regimes.
In a bizarre story on Thursday, the Windsor Star reported that Jonathon Nicola, a Canadian high-school basketball star, may actually be 29 years old.
One morning last spring, Gregory Dole received a call f-rom a friend with whom he'd played high school basketball in Tanzania nearly two decades ago.
“Don’t interrupt me,” the Canadian PM quipped.