Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been reluctant to weigh in on the U.S. election, and the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency, but the Liberal Party has clearly staked out its position on the choice facing Americans ahead of tonight's debate.
Tonight's first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton could be a study in personality clashes. It’s also a test of two opposing preparation strategies, one of which may not involve much prep at all.
One of three men detained in the weekend shooting of Calgary Stampeders player Mylan Hicks at a nightclub has been charged with second-degree murder.
Government inaction on First Nations issues mean Stewart Phillip, grand chief of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs, won't be there tonight when Prince William adds a ring of reconciliation to a ceremonial staff of the B.C. Legislature.
U.S. presidential debates can provide make-or-break opportunities in a campaign. With Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump close in polls, the stakes for their first debate Monday are sky-high.
Stormy West Coast weather has scuttled Prince William and Kate's plans for an aerial tour of the Great Bear Rainforest, but their visit to a First Nations community will still go ahead.
A shipwreck found off the shores of Nunavut's King William Island is indeed HMS Terror, lost in Sir John Franklin's doomed 1845 expedition, Parks Canada confirms.
Homa Hoodfar, the Montreal university professor who had been detained in Tehran's infamous Evin prison since June 6, has been released, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirms.
Canadians implicated in the Panama Papers shouldn't expect any leniency from the tax man at this point, the Canada Revenue Agency says.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles went on the hot seat Monday as it sat down to negotiate a new contract with the 9,750 members of its Canadian unionized workforce.
TransCanada Corp. is offering about $848 million US cash to buy all the equity in Columbia Pipeline Partners LP that it doesn't already own, strengthening its grip on a pipeline network that stretches from New York to the Gulf of Mexico.
John Duchow and Marla Clarke say they dreamed of buying a home in Vancouver. But when prices kept outpacing their savings, the pair became "real estate refugees," forced out by an ever-climbing market.
The government is beginning a lengthy process to consult Canadians on the next federal budget. Finance Minister Bill Morneau held a media availability today and invited all Canadians to deliver ideas for the country's economic future.
Democratic Senator Mark Warner on Monday asked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate whether Yahoo and its senior executives fulfilled obligations to inform investors and the public about a hacking attack affecting 500 million user accounts.