As the dust continues to settle after a disastrous Olympics for Canada's men's rowing team at Rio 2016, athletes and Rowing Canada officials are combing through the last four years to figure out exactly how things took a turn for the worse.
Much was made earlier this week about an alleged "snub" after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was not invited to a meeting about Ukraine. But experts ask why Canada would be invited when Russia sees us as a party to the conflict and our allies don't believe we have anything serious to offer the talks.
Danielle Dorris a 13-year-old Moncton swimmer can’t wait to compete in the Rio Summer Paralympics, which are set to start Sept. 7.
Journalists covering the Canadian delegation travelling with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his first official visit to China get a taste of how local media struggle to maintain some freedom of the press.
Canada's trade deficit with the rest of the world narrowed to $2.5 billion in July as Canada shipped more goods to the U.S. and abroad, boosting hopes that the economy is on the mend.
The number of restricted guns in Canada shot up 9.5 per cent last year. Since 2004, the number of restricted firearms such as semi-automatic rifles and handguns that require a restricted gun permit in Canada has doubled.
Ariya Jutanugarn is trying to complete another hat trick — and she's giving a misbehaving old friend another chance.