When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Canadian Forces jet touched down in Brussels last night he landed on a continent poised to host the NATO and G7 summits and bracing for the chaos that flew here on Air Force One.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says progress is being made in the Manchester bombing investigation, even as she prepares to take complaints from her security services about leaked material to U.S. President Donald Trump.
Starting with a successful phishing attack on outspoken Russian journalist David Satter, the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab found another 218 distinct targets spanning 39 countries.
A Winnipeg mail carrier wants to know why paramedics repeatedly instructed him to give CPR to an unconscious woman, even after he told them them he was concerned she had overdosed on fentanyl.
Leaks are often deliberate, calculated moves. "Spontaneous" run-ins are carefully set up. And public photobombs by politicians jogging through prom shoots are very rarely coincidences.
The young mother shudders with fear every time the buzzer in her apartment sounds, terrified the next stranger at her door looking for sex won’t take no for an answer.
U.S. President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn might plead the Fifth, defy a congressional subpoena and be held in contempt of Congress, but it probably won't land him in jail.
We all love free stuff so it’s no surprise that Canadians are pledging allegiance to multiple loyalty programs. However, many of us are not bothering to cash in on our rewards.
A new species of fearless, "ferocious" green crab is ravaging parts of Newfoundland's south coast, and threatening valuable lobster stock.
As inflation and the economy stagnate, house prices and stocks are hitting new highs. The danger is that Donald Trump's first budget means more of the same for North America.
A teenage superfan of American singer Ariana Grande, a primary school student "loved by everyone," a mid-20s man and a Polish couple were among the first people publicly identified as being among the 22 killed in an attack following a concert in Manchester, England.
Some of Canada’s leading historians say the federal government is putting this country’s historical record at risk by hoarding piles of documents inside secret archives that together would make a stack taller than the CN Tower.
Low-income and Indigenous families in Saskatoon say tax agency workers are tone-deaf when requiring proof of eligibility for the universal child-care benefit.
Beyond the high energy costs and crippling taxes, it is so discouraging to try to thrive in a province where leadership has no concept of the value of a dollar.
The final count of the B.C. election has concluded, and the result remains just as uncertain as it was on election night, with the Liberals just short of a majority.
Bill Wilson, a hereditary chief and the father of federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, says the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls is a "bloody farce" and the commissioners leading it need to be replaced.
A closely watched election for Montana's sole congressional seat got a last-minute twist when the Republican candidate, Greg Gianforte, was charged with misdemeanour assault for grabbing a reporter by the neck and throwing him to the ground.
Army tanks packed with soldiers roll into a southern Philippine city besieged by ISIS-linked militants as gunfire and explosions ring out.
As Rumana Monzur was guided to the podium to give a speech to law graduates at the University of British Columbia Wednesday, a hush fell over the crowd of more than 1,000 people gathered at the Chan Shun Concert Hall.
A compound found in cannabis reduced convulsive seizures in children with a severe form of epilepsy by nearly half, a new study shows, validating the anecdotal evidence of some parents who've been pushing for such a treatment.