The Canadian Red Cross is poised to receive $100 million in federal funds to support public health measures and rapidly enhance the group's capacity to respond to COVID-19, as well as future floods and wildfires.
Days before Canada announced more than $100 million in new foreign aid to fight COVID-19, a federal minister and a leading aid advocate said the country can't afford to scrimp on its overseas spending in fighting COVID-19.
A cruise ship that's been floating off the coast of California for days amid coronavirus concerns is set to dock in Oakland today, March 9, 2020, setting the stage for Ottawa to bring the 237 Canadians aboard the Grand Princess back home.
Nearly 100 Canadian fire experts have been sent to Australia to help battle one of the worst wildfire seasons the country has ever seen, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told his Australian counterpart on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, the country is ready to do more.
Dozens of Canadians — some believed to be university students — were among the 176 people killed when a Ukrainian passenger plane crashed minutes after takeoff from Tehran's main airport, Iranian and Ukrainian authorities said on Wednesday, January 8, 2019.
Whether or not Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffles her to a new cabinet post on Wednesday, Chrystia Freeland's imprint on Canada's foreign policy will remain visible for some time to come, analysts suggest.
Canadian entrepreneur Guy Laliberte, founder of the Cirque du Soleil circus company, has been taken into custody in French Polynesia over claims of cannabis cultivation, his company said on Wednesday, November 13, 2019.