Beijing and Ottawa have exchanged accusations after convicted drug smuggler Robert Lloyd Schellenberg’s 15-year jail term in China was replaced with the death penalty.
This report looks at the debate around what it means to be dead and who gets to decide.
Canada has granted asylum to a Saudi teenager who fled to Thailand because she feared her family would kill her.
The US former marine was expected to return home on Sunday. Instead, Whelan has been detained in a Russian prison over spy allegations.
Canada believes a man missing in China may have become collateral damage in a growing diplomatic spat between the two countries
Stocks slide as Huawei arrest risks new strains in U.S.-China ties
Eritrean refugee children see snow for the first time after arriving in Canada
The Canadian prime minister visted Arras where Canadians who fought in the Battle of Vimy Ridge are laid to rest.
Bombardier to cut 5,000 jobs, shares dive on cash flow concerns
A Boeing 747-400 SkyLease cargo aircraft went off a runway upon landing at Stanfield International Airport on Wednesday.
Canada’s resettlement of refugees: Potential lessons for Europe
Australia won the STIHL Timbersports Team World Championship on Friday (October 19) in the English city of Liverpool, defeating the United States in the finale.
Do you think Canada's move to legalise cannabis is a wise one?
Watch: Six people hung from ropes above Toronto's CN Tower before their Canadian citizenship ceremony.
A rare fire tornado snatched a Canadian firefighter's hose in British Columbia in August as the province experienced more than 500 wildfires across the region.
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The US and Canada are set to resume NAFTA talks on Wednesday, but President Donald Trump says he has no issue cutting negotiations short unless a "fair deal" presents itself.
A week of talks on trade between Canada and the U.S. has failed to produce a breakthrough
Smoke and ash from Canada's wildfires have crossed the Atlantic Ocean to the UK and Ireland.
Police in Canada say two colleagues and two other people died in a shooting on Friday morning in the city of Fredericton in New Brunswick
An ousted ambassador. Suspended flights. The recall of thousands of Saudi students in Canada. These are just a few diplomatic sanctions Saudi Arabia imposed on Canada in the wake of a concerned tweet over jailed Saudi activists by Canadian officials.