The Liberals are holding their caucus retreat in Calgary this week, a city in which the party made a breakthrough in the 2015 election. With two byelections on the horizon, will the Liberals be able to build on those Calgary gains, or will the last election prove to be their high watermark?
Canada’s big banks continue to hike personal bank fees. Many banks are also making it more difficult to avoid one of the largest and most irritating fees — that pesky chequing account charge.
The remnants of your morning cup of coffee could be a lifeline for refugees living in camps in sub-saharan Africa.
Donald Trump's need for approval as well as his insecurities over his intellect and wealth offer insight into how he'll act as U.S. president, say two of his biographers.
A softer side of government: How Larry the cat became a purr-fect political companion on Downing Street
Larry the rescue cat lives at 10 Downing Street, and although he doesn’t do much in the way of policy, he has become the furry face of a more relatable U.K. government.
Jordan Eberle scored twice and added two assists as the Edmonton Oilers beat the Calgary Flames 7-3 on Saturday to sweep the four-game season series for the first time.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has congratulated U.S. President Trump on his inauguration. The Prime Minister's Office says the two men spoke by phone Saturday.
The Ottawa Senators rallied for their fifth win in the last six games and a perfect three-game road trip, topping the rival Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2 in a shootout on Saturday night.
The BC Coroners Service spokesperson Barbara McLintock says an adult woman was killed Saturday while skiing in the southern part of the province.
After re-signing with the Blue Jays, slugger Jose Bautista was welcomed back to the city of Toronto with "Jose" chants at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday.