David Heurtel discusses the impact Ottawa’s decision might have on Canada-Mexico relations.
Cochrane RCMP are on scene at a multi-vehicle collision in the westbound lanes of the Trans Canada Highway at the intersection of Highway 40 on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford called former prime minister Brian Mulroney a “mentor” and an “advisor” after the news of his death broke Thursday evening.
Flags at all City of Ottawa facilities will be lowered to mark the passing of former prime minister Brian Mulroney, Mayor Mark Sutcliffe says.
Two complaints have been filed with Ontario's privacy commissioner over facial recognition software in smart vending machines on the University of Waterloo campus.
The mayor of a small Quebec town about 95 kilometres northeast of Montreal says a wild turkey that for weeks sowed terror among his citizens was killed this morning by a man armed with a slingshot.
Quebec's highest court ruled Thursday that the province's secularism law, commonly known as Bill 21, is constitutional, delivering a major victory to the Francois Legault government. Here's how some groups reacted to Thursday's ruling.
The U.S. military said it conducted strikes on Thursday against six mobile anti-ship cruise missiles and an aerial drone that posed a threat to ships in the Red Sea.
U.S. federal prosecutors are requesting a July 8 trial for former U.S. president Donald Trump on charges that he illegally retained and concealed classified documents. Defense lawyers say no trial should be conducted this year but proposed Aug. 12 as an alternative possibility.
Israeli troops fired on a large crowd of Palestinians racing to pull food off an aid convoy in Gaza City on Thursday, witnesses said. More than 100 people were killed in the chaos, bringing the death toll since the start of the Israel-Hamas war to more than 30,000, according to health officials.
U.S. Congress passed another short-term spending measure Thursday that would keep one set of federal agencies operating through March 8 and another set through March 22.
Grand jury transcripts from a 2006 Florida investigation into Jeffrey Epstein's abuse of dozens of underage girls will be released publicly later this year under legislation signed into law Thursday by Gov. Ron DeSantis. A local judge cited the new law in denying release of the records for now.
Nepal has announced a new requirement that all climbers must rent and use tracking chips on their journey.
A prominent Indigenous film and media arts festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary a year late.
The long awaited 'Dune Part 2' brings the thunder, debuting on screens suitable for the story's epic scale. It's extreme blockbuster filmmaking, exciting and laced with high stakes. Perfect for IMAX screens.
A Timmins family is having the experience of a lifetime and it’s all thanks to a sassy and hilarious one-year-old.
An Ontario doctor had his licence temporarily suspended by a disciplinary tribunal after it found he had wrongly accessed patient records, including family members and colleagues, hundreds of times over the span of years.
More than one billion children, adolescents and adults live with obesity around the world, making it the most common form of malnutrition in many countries.
A urologist says there are subtle signs in urine that can speak volumes about our well-being.
Former Canadian prime minister and Conservative stalwart Brian Mulroney has died at age 84. Over his impressive career, the passionate and ambitious politician, businessman, husband, father, and grandfather left an unmistakable mark on the country.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Brian Mulroney 'never stopped working for Canadians'
Legislation that commits the federal government to long-term funding of the national child care system is poised to become law.
When observing a hoard of golden-backed frogs at a roadside pond in Karnataka, India, a group of naturalists noticed something odd about one of the amphibians — the animal had a tiny mushroom sprouting out of its side.
The first U.S. spacecraft to land on the moon since the Apollo astronauts fell silent Thursday, a week after breaking a leg at touchdown and tipping over near the lunar south pole.
Hundreds of thousands of books have been freed from a months-long purgatory as scores of staffers race to get them out of storage and back on shelves following a cyberattack that felled the Toronto Public Library's computer systems in October.