A Canadian mining worker kidnapped earlier this week in the West African nation of Burkina Faso has been killed, Canadian officials confirm.
A Saudi teenager given asylum in Canada after fleeing her family has said the journey was "worth the risk" so she could live a more independent life.
'We have accepted the UN's request that we grant her asylum,' prime minister says
A lot has changed for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau since he swept to power almost four years ago. What hurdles does he face as he heads into another election year?
In the two weeks since a Huawei tech executive was arrested in Canada at the request of the United States, two other Canadians have been detained in China. Are Ottawa’s fears of becoming a proxy in the trade war between the US and China bearing out?
Canadian authorities said Wednesday that they have arrested the chief financial officer of China's Huawei Technologies for possible extradition to the United States.
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Canada has imposed sanctions on 17 Saudi nationals allegedly linked to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Two aircraft were involved in the incident Sunday morning, police say
T’S only day two of legal recreational cannabis in Canada, but an overwhelming demand has already created major shortages in parts of the country
23 per cent of Nova Scotia residents 15 and over used cannabis in third quarter of this year
Former governor general faces strong challenge from Rwandan minister
'It's a positive indication that people feel free to come forward,' commodore says
Thursday’s Bloc motion reasserted that position, and then stated: “...that the House revokes the honorary Canadian citizenship granted to Aung San Suu Kyi in 2007.”
Rivals Ireland, Norway may have the inside track in the race to reach diplomatic prize
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has defended himself after accusing a woman at a political event of "racism".
POLICE say four people, including two of their own officers, are dead after a shooting in Canada with one person now in custody.
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