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Former prime minister Stephen Harper is reportedly planning a trip to the White House next week, bucking convention.
Ottawa also released details Friday of a financial aid package for industries and workers caught in the crossfire
Students from a Toronto school are calling for the resignation of a principal who created a list of black students to track their performance.
Canada is imposing dollar-for-dollar tariff “countermeasures” on up to $16.6 billion worth of U.S. imports
The report says the problem-plagued Phoenix payroll system has already cost government coffers more than $1 billion
Following his conviction, Richard Suter was kidnapped by a vigilante who sliced off his thumb.
A man armed with smoke grenades and a shotgun attacked journalists in the building Thursday, killing several people
Metro Vancouver drivers currently pay 33.28 cents per litre for Translink, provincial and carbon taxes.
Ryan Lochte is accused of filing a false police report during the 2016 Olympics
Thirty-two parents separated from their children are staying at the Annunciation House as they wait to be reunited with their children.
Queen Elizabeth II is feeling ‘under the weather,’ cancels appearance
Police in suburban Atlanta say a body found inside a beer cooler is that of a Minnesota man.
James Alex Fields was charged with 30 counts, including the hate crime resulting in the death of Heather Heyer, during the Aug. 12, 2017 Unite the Right rally
Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump will hold a summit in Helsinki
Maizuru Mayor Ryozo Tatami suffered a stroke at a sumo wrestling event and was given first aid by a female nurse who entered the male-only ring.
Peter Khill, 28, admitted he shot Jon Styres but said he fired in self-defence, believing Styres was about to shoot him.
Judge dismisses request to put Alberta gay-straight alliance law on hold
Police in suburban Atlanta say a body found inside a beer cooler belongs to a Minnesota man.
Canadian governments urgently need to collect and publish data showing how safe their citizens are from floods, fires and other hazards related to climate change: report.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is meeting with provincial and territorial finance ministers in Ottawa on Tuesday.