Donald Trump, who has a known aversion to travel, is embarking on his first foreign trip as U.S. president, covering five nations in nine days. If he thought he'd be leaving his problems behind at home, not quite; this tour won't be an escape from political headaches.
Before dipping into a swimming pool or lake this long weekend, take precautions against stomach-turning parasites that may lurk in the water, public health officials say.
Strained by unprecedented levels of displacement, the international system created to protect refugees has buckled and is failing the world’s most vulnerable people, says former minister of immigration Lloyd Axworthy.
The commission cranks out sensitive-sounding, culturally appropriate news releases, but doesn't seem terribly interested in, or very good, at actually speaking to the families of missing and murdered Indigenous women, which is, after all, its main job.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has shot down an attempt an Italian aircraft-maker to halt the Liberal government's planned purchase of a rival search plane for the RCAF. Leonardo S.p.A. was told it does bot have standing before a Canadian tribunal.
U.S. President Donald Trump told Russian diplomats last week his firing of "nut job" James Comey had eased the pressure on him, according to a New York Times report Friday as the president embarked on his maiden foreign trip. Also Friday, Comey agreed to testify before the Senate intel committee.
Millionaire businessman Kevin O'Leary left the Conservative leadership race in late April, but his campaign still owes some people money.
The findings are part of a report published by Public Safety, based on responses to the government's consultation on national security reform held last fall.
As the mail-in deadline gets closer, almost half of all Conservative party members have already sent in their ballots in the leadership race.
The Canadian dollar rallied to its highest level of the month on Friday on the back of a corresponding rally in oil prices.