Canadian officials are praising a U.S. decision to drop a contentious border tax proposal, suggesting its death signals an open-mindedness in the Trump administration on open borders and free trade.
If he were to abide by a request from the Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF), Peter Bahlawanian says it might force him to close up shop in Montreal.
A passenger struck a Quebec bus driver in the head with a baseball bat after a dispute over a cat, police said Thursday.
Canada Post drivers will be expected to obey the law and not park their trucks in bike lanes, the corporation announced this week, though the policy will apply only in Toronto.
The head of a company that pays people to donate blood plasma says he’s hoping to get at least 1,000 donors a week at a newly opened clinic in New Brunswick.
Justin Trudeau may be Rolling Stone's new poster boy, but their cover story is being accused of some glaring ignorance of Canada.
The Surrey Creep Catchers, a controversial group of vigilante pedophile hunters, have been ordered to destroy all videos and "stop collecting, using and disclosing" the personal information of two individuals caught up in their sting operations.
Respecting treaties with Indigenous Peoples, paying taxes and filling out the census are listed as mandatory obligations of Canadian citizenship in a draft version of a new study guide for the citizenship exam.
The federal government is promising more funding to support residents affected by raging wildfires in British Columbia as some of the thousands of people displaced prepare to return home.
A transgender inmate in British Columbia has won a years-long battle to serve the remainder of her sentence for first-degree murder at a women’s prison.
Throngs of people lined the streets of downtown Halifax Saturday to see a sitting prime minister walk in the city’s Pride parade for the first time.
A 37-year-old Calgary man has been charged after he reported his bike was stolen after he struck barbed wire strung up on a trail west of Bragg Creek.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took aim at the cross-border Conservative campaign lambasting him for a generous federal payout to Omar Khadr, saying “domestic squabbles” should be left at home.
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.