Law forces removal of niqabs, burkas while riding municipal buses
The figure was slightly lower than analysts had forecast, following a 1.4 percent hike in overall prices in August.
New law necessary for ‘security’, lawmakers say
No date set to return to negotiations
Department store chain ends in bankruptcy after 65 years
Safe return after kidnapping thanks to army rescue
Indigenous children were taken from parents, put up for adoption
Canada-based President of the International Watercolor Society, Atanur Dogan has travelled to Turkey and Myanmar for a series of workshops
Canada can export 50,000 tons of hormone beef duty-free
Suspect faces six counts of first-degree murder but no terrorism charges
Protestors: We are talking about Shariah law, which goes against the Constitution of Canada
EU says CETA free-trade deal with Canada will not be 'fully implemented' until all member states ratify it
Protests in Greek capital as Eldorado mining firm tells Athens to issue delayed licences
After seven years of negotiation, a controversial free trade deal between the European Union and Canada goes into effect on a provisional basis this Thursday.
Credit reporting firm reveals more on scope of attack as Massachusetts becomes first state to file lawsuit
Move follows telephone call between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi
Trudeau expresses his ‘deep concerns’ in phone conversation with Aung San Suu Kyi
Ontario's Justice Minister Yasir Naqvi said a dozen shops will be open on July 1, 2018 and the number will grow to 150 by 2020.
The ministerial meeting will include representatives from some 30 countries, according to Canada's minister of environment and climate change, Catherine McKenna.
Prosecution discloses more evidence against Alexandre Bissonnette
Third round of negotiations to take place Sept. 23-27 in Canada