OTTAWA — U.S.-initiated negotiations to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement are bound to be long and hard.
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Today marks two weeks since raging wildfires that have displaced thousands of people British Columbia forced the province to call a state of emergency.
Schoolgirl killer Paul Bernardo’s bid for parole has been delayed.
Hundreds of Canadian Armed Forces members will support the police response to devastating wildfires in British Columbia, bringing some relief to scores of exhausted officers on the ground.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer announced the leadership team of the official opposition in the House of Commons during a press conference in Ottawa on Thursday.
The federal government will find a way to create 15,000 green jobs this year, even after falling well short of a smaller goal last year, Canada’s labour minister says.
MONTREAL — Four men found in a shipping container at the Port of Montreal were dehydrated and likely had been in the storage unit for many days, authorities said Thursday.
TORONTO — Flying to the United States may take a while longer as of today due to enhanced security measures affecting flights to the U.S.
Sunny Leong was waiting to board a WestJet flight at the Saskatoon airport Sunday afternoon when an airline employee made an announcement over the intercom that shocked everyone in the room.
A ticket sold in Quebec claimed Friday night’s $10 million Lotto Max jackpot.
The Khadr petition is signed, sealed and delivered.
Justin Trudeau says he shares the concerns of Canadians who object to reports of the government’s multi-million dollar settlement with Omar Khadr.
An American doctor testifying in the case of a British couple seeking the right to take their critically ill infant to the United States for treatment said Thursday it was worth trying an experimental therapy that has only recently emerged.
First it was a Toronto Sun reader buying a full-page advertisement to apologize to Omar Khadr’s victims for the eight- figure settlement he received from the Canadian government.
The health of an acrobat is improving after he fell about five metres during a circus performance in Montreal.
A woman driving through Labrador had a close encounter with a curious bear who appears to be making the rounds in the area.
The Omar Khadr payout is so unpopular with Canadians that even a majority of Liberal supporters say the party they voted for made the wrong choice.
A resident of a small Hutterite colony west of Winnipeg says a 16-year-old boy was shot and killed during a game of target practice on the weekend.
Squirrel meat could soon be on the menu in Quebec if a Montreal university student succeeds in his quest to make it legal to hunt the furry rodents.