Jagmeet Singh is the next leader of the federal New Democratic Party of Canada, taking more than the 50 per cent of the vote in the party's federal leadership contest.
Terrorism-related charges are pending against a man accused of stabbing a police officer and deliberately plowing a cube van into pedestrians in Edmonton on Saturday night, the RCMP says.
Two flights took nearly 500 Air France passengers stranded in Goose Bay on Saturday on their way to Los Angeles early Sunday morning, nearly a full day after they boarded the plane in Paris.
Canada claimed its first gold medal of the season in the men's 5000-metre relay at the World Cup opener in Budapest, Hungary, on Sunday.
The body of a Toronto man has been pulled from Sturgeon Lake in the Kawartha Lakes area after a canoe carrying four occupants capsized there early Sunday, Ontario Provincial Police say.
With a man in custody for what Edmonton police call “acts of terrorism” in the city overnight, investigators will try to determine if the suspect had associates who aided him or could pose a continuing danger to the public, says a Canadian security expert.
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A Northern Ontario First Nation is dealing with the death of another child, the second in less than a month.
A cargo ship will leave Baie-Comeau, Que., on Sunday with supplies destined for Puerto Rico. Resolute Forest Products says the plea came from one of its employees who is originally from the country, devastated by the passing of Hurricane Maria.
A son who is accusing his father of sexually abusing him in his youth has made the rare decision to waive the publication ban that typically applies to identifying victims in trials involving such sexual allegations.