An expert committee says it is "troubled" that RCMP investigators continue to contact people in the federal witness protection program, which may affect their safety.
The Democrats have polls and the 2017 election results on their side as they look to take control of Congress in November's midterm election. History — and President Donald Trump's unpopularity — is on their side, too.
Depending on the poll, Premier Brian Gallant is either on track to secure re-election in September's provincial vote or is one of the country's most unpopular leaders. Could both be true?
A meeting between the prime minister and former Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle’s family in Justin Trudeau’s Parliament Hill office is raising questions about who is selected to meet with Canada’s head of government and why.
Joshua Boyle, the Canadian who was held captive in Afghanistan for five years with his wife, made a brief court appearance via video link Wednesday morning in Ottawa on more than a dozen criminal charges.
What it’s like to dogfight with the kind of fighter North Korea flies and how your smartphone can be turned against you are a few of the lessons the Canadian military has learned in eastern Europe. According to senior military commanders, these insights are useful in the wider, uncertain world.
Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott says she has concerns with Manitoba's plans to reform the First Nations child welfare system.
A Canadian ambassador has deleted a New Year's Day tweet from Myanmar as the country continues to struggle through a humanitarian crisis. Peter MacArthur, who serves as Canada's ambassador to Indonesia, praised the country's beaches, in a post that has since been removed.
Joshua Boyle, the Canadian man who was held captive in Afghanistan for five years with his wife, is facing more than a dozen charges including sexual assault, unlawful confinement and uttering threats.
As widespread protests in Iran reached their sixth day, Iranian-Canadians voiced concern for loved ones living in the Middle Eastern country and called on Canada to show greater solidarity with peaceful demonstrators who've taken to the streets.