Military bands representing all the service branches are playing and marching in Washington for the inaugural parade in honour of Donald Trump, who took power as the 45th president of the United States Friday with a populist, anti-Washington rallying cry.
Less than an hour after the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump, the new administration posted a document on the White House website outlining its energy policy, which aims to focus on gas and oil, and reviving the coal industry.
The Women's March on Washington is expected to draw as many as 200,000 people to the nation's capital on Saturday — an impressive turnout for an event kicked off by a five-word Facebook post written on election night.
Highlights from the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States
A school in La Loche, Sask., where a deadly shooting occurred a year ago, is closed today after an anonymous threat was received.
North American stock markets finished the first day of the Trump administration higher, with the Dow Jones, the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 all posting gains.
Black-clad activists protesting U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's inauguration smashed store and car windows in Washington on Friday and fought with police in riot gear who responded with pepper spray and stun grenades.
Premier Brian Pallister is coming under fire for saying divisions between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people over night hunting are "becoming a race war."
Three major book publishers have signed an agreement with Canadian competition authorities that will permit retailers to sell those publishers' e-books at a discount — something they couldn't do before.
The president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers says the protectionist sentiments expressed in U.S. President Donald Trump's inauguration speech are a "wakeup call" for Canada.
Automakers on both sides of the border fear the potential negative effects of a Donald Trump presidency, Canada's economic development minister said Thursday as he met with international business and political leaders in Switzerland.
As the incoming Trump administration talks about piling on new tariffs to discourage imports and protect American jobs, the Canadian government is quietly moving in the opposite direction. About 200 tariffs have been eliminated to make Canadian food manufacturers more competitive.
The cost of living in Canada increased by 1.5 per cent last month, as slightly more expensive gasoline prices helped offset slightly cheaper food prices.