U.S. President Donald Trump said the gas pipeline would amount to a “captive” Germany, as it would lead to energy dependence on Russia.
Bus driver, radio announcer also killed in the horrific collision
Montreal hit by highest temperatures in decades
Professionals often unconsciously apply bias in the system
‘Will not back down’ Canada’s Foreign Minister Freeland says
Judge rules proposed law violates Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Long sentence would set ‘strong precedent’ against Islamophobia
Find may jeopardize CAN$11 billion in exports
Authorities from both countries investigating incident
Leaders focus on empowerment of women, climate change, clean oceans
As many as 4,000 indigenous women, girls victims
School bus, helicopters, ambulances transport victims to hospitals
Call comes on the heels of a similar proposal by EU
US penalties to include 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports, 25 percent on steel
The Bank of Canada said that while the economy's strengthening this year warrants a hike in rates, it nonetheless would take a cautious or "gradual approach to policy adjustments."
The nation's second-largest railway said it would rely on managers to keep trains rolling, but the strike is widely expected to curtail or shut down its freight shipments.
Twenty-three-year-old living in Ontario unwittingly stole information for Russian spies
Video shows desecration with bacon, ‘bodily fluids’
2 suspects entered Indian restaurant, police say
School officials thank community for outpouring of support
Ottawa calls President Maduro’s re-election ‘anti-democratic’