Canada admits it can’t meet NATO spending goal – Pentagon leaks

US officials complain that Ottawa’s “defense shortfalls” are “straining partner relationships” in the North Atlantic bloc

Hundreds of thousands without power in Canada after ice storm

About 400,000 homes in Quebec were in the dark, down from 1.1 million at the height of the outages.

US and Canada strike border deal

President Biden said Washington and Ottawa will address the “historic levels of migration in our hemisphere”

Canadian companies licensed to sell cocaine

The licensing deal comes after a radical policy shift to address an opioid overdose crisis that has killed thousands, by decriminalizing small amounts of cocaine, heroin and other hard drugs.

Hindu temple vandalized in Canada; India reacts

According to reports, a pro-Khalistan group vandalised a Hindu temple in Mississauga, Canada, with anti-India graffiti.

Ex-pop star Kris Wu jailed 13 years by Chinese court for rape

Chinese-Canadian ex-pop star Kris Wu has been jailed for 13 years after being found guilty of rape, a Chinese court said Friday. Wu originally shot to fame as a member of the K-pop boyband EXO, before leaving in 2014 to launch a successful solo career as a singer, actor, model and variety show judge.

Late Pakistani Minister honored in Canada

Mayor Patrick Brown inaugurated the "Shahbaz Bhatti Park" in recognition of the contributions made by the former Pakistani minister.

India clashes with Canada over farmer’s protest comments

India on Friday summoned Canada's ambassador and warned of serious damage to diplomatic ties after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commented on growing protests by...

Trudeau’s Canada resists China’s pressure to release Meng

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday held firm that Canada will not bow to pressure to release Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou following a fresh...

‘Free speech has limits’: Canadian PM Trudeau defends Muslim sentiments in blasphemy row

Canadian opposition party leader Erin O'Toole was appalled by Justin Trudeau's support for "free speech" in the face of attacks over blasphemous cartoons, saying...

Canada suspends weapons sales to Turkey

Canada announced Monday the suspension of arms exports to NATO ally Turkey as Ottawa investigates the alleged use of its military technologies in the...

Canada seeks to block new evidence at Huawei exec extradition hearing

The Canadian government on Tuesday asked a judge to reject Chinese Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's argument that the bid to extradite her to the...