Remarks by Quebec premier not helpful, Muslim council president says
Suspect allegedly took cash from donation boxes
New law balances country’s security with individual privacy rights
Mark Holland raises money for food bank, awareness for community
Three were fired after enduring harassment on the job
Currently the world's sixth largest oil producer, Canada expects to hike production by 32 percent to 5.1 million barrels per day by 2030, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
Immigration officials grant refugee status to Ghanaians who almost froze to death crossing out of US to Manitoba in winter
Muslim group blames politics, terror attacks in France
Reducing consumption better idea, professor says
Unhealthy foods include ice cream, cookies, pies, some cheeses, soda
Presence meant to deter Russian aggression in Black Sea area
Ottawa to pump up military spending by 70 percent
"Awful news from London tonight. We're monitoring the situation," Trudeau said on Twitter.
Canada-based President of the International Watercolor Society, Atanur Dogan has travelled to Turkey and Myanmar for a series of workshops
The results were worse than the Can$30 million deficit forecast by economists, following a Can$936 million deficit in March (revised from the Can$135 million deficit first reported).
Trudeau says Pontiff looked favorable on request
The visit comes ahead of a summit of NATO member nations in late May, followed by the summit of G7 developed nations in Italy.
Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre declared a state of emergency for his city, allowing authorities to order mandatory evacuations from threatened areas.
Historic rainfall levels pummel Ontario, Quebec, heading east
Escalating trade war could be diffused with long-term deal on softwood lumber
105,000 get between $5,100-$8,000 in emissions scandal