Canada shot back at China on Tuesday, January 15, 2019, branding the death sentence imposed on a British Columbia man as inhumane and flaunting the support of its allies in trying to win the release of two other imprisoned Canadians.
Tarek Loubani says he knew it was risky providing medical care to protesters at the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel in May 2018. He travelled to the territory anyway, and he was shot by an Israeli sniper through both legs.
The family of a Quebec woman who went missing with her Italian friend in West Africa last month says it finally feels federal authorities are taking the case seriously following several frustrating days seeking answers from Ottawa.
A character playing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes a drag from a joint and is suddenly transported into a fantasy world where he is dressed in traditional Indian clothing as talking cows are knocked over by a gorilla with Donald Trump's signature hair and red tie.
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs remained optimistic on Friday, December 7, 2018, that, someday, a pipeline would be built to bring western crude oil to ports in his region for transport overseas. But the Quebec premier tried his best to kill that dream.
Quebec Premier Francois Legault said he made progress during Friday's, December 7, 2018, first ministers' meeting on his demand that the federal government pay $300 million in compensation to cover the cost of refugees arriving in the province.
Premiers arrived on Thursday, December 6, 2018, for a first ministers' meeting still grumbling about the agenda set by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, with one — Ontario's Doug Ford — threatening to walk out if the program isn't expanded to reflect a host of provincial priorities.