Images of U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback grabbing asylum seekers near the U.S.-Mexico border are “heinous,” according to U.S. Democratic Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman.
With demand for taxis drying up in Thailand and thousands of drivers leaving town, one Bangkok cab company has turned its vehicles into mini vegetable gardens, hoping to take the edge off the coronavirus crunch.
A COVID-19 vaccine passport system kicks in Wednesday across Ontario, requiring people to show proof of vaccination for entry into many non-essential venues.
Ontario and New Brunswick are rolling out vaccine passport systems on Wednesday that require people who are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine to show proof of vaccination before entering non-essential indoor spaces.
Leader Erin O’Toole brought a moderate strategy to the Conservative election campaign, but his loss was nearly identical to his predecessor’s. What went wrong, and what that means for the party’s future.
Federal parties know how important it is to woo voters on social media, but that doesn’t mean they abandon the traditional way of campaigning — erecting candidate signs on lawns. But do they influence the way Canadians vote?
The newly re-elected Liberal government will have to hit the ground running on the world stage as U.S. President Joe Biden pledges new era of vigorous competition without triggering a new Cold War. Experts are urging the government to stop dealing with crises on an ad-hoc basis and appoint a permanent committee of cabinet for… Continue reading Experts call for an overhaul of Canada’s national security policy to cope with an ‘angry’ world
Mchale Busch, 24, and her toddler son, Noah McConnell, were killed last week. Cody McConnell — Mchale’s husband and Noah’s father — says the family should have been made aware they shared their Hinton, Alta., apartment building with the convicted sex offender who is now charged in the deaths.
Three men in their 50s have died following an explosion Monday at a wood-manufacturing plant in Beauceville, Que.
Vancouver’s Stanley Park has fully reopened to the public after a two-week nighttime closure to cull aggressive coyotes.
Squamish was shaken by two rockslides Monday, with massive slabs of granite shearing off the ancient Stawamus Chief rockface and smashing to the ground. The first dramatic cascade was captured on webcam with a show of sparks and dust plumes filling the night air.
Parks Canada says a mountain goat in Yoho National park took on a grizzly bear —and won.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s strained relationship with several of Canada’s premiers appears to have taken an even sharper turn downward following the results of Monday’s federal election.
As Canada prepares for the return of direct flights from India to Canada, Transport Canada is announcing an extension of the Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) that restricts all direct commercial and private passenger flights to Canada from India until September 26, 2021, at 23:59 EDT.
The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Foreign Affairs, will attend meetings held during the high-level segment of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Minister will participate in a number of events addressing critical international issues and highlight the importance of multilateral global cooperation.
Many Canadians are feeling a sense of déjà vu — and they’re not happy about it — after an expensive election in the middle of a pandemic left them with a government that looks an awful lot like the last one.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is well aware of the NDP’s priorities if he’s looking for a dance partner during the upcoming minority government.
U.S. President Joe Biden spoke with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today, congratulating the re-elected Liberal leader on his party’s win in Monday night’s federal election.
Mike Morrice, the incoming MP in Kitchener Centre and one of two Green Party candidates to win their seats, hopes to work with all parties following his historic win in Ontario to ensure communities are being helped.
As Alberta struggles with a devastating fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and Premier Jason Kenney faces turmoil within his own caucus, sources have confirmed to CBC News that embattled health minister Tyler Shandro will be shuffled out of his portfolio.
Tyler Shandro will no longer be the minister of health in Alberta as of this afternoon, according to government officials.
Misinformation flooding some of Alberta’s biggest online communities has become a major problem during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to three volunteer moderators of Edmonton communities on Reddit, a social media and news aggregator website.
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise cyclists and pedestrians that the boardwalk on the Alexandra Bridge will be reduced for repair work.
While little changed in the big picture, there were small differences that are worth noting as the province’s political map changes once again.
President Joe Biden used his first address before the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday to declare that the world stands and at an “inflection point in history” and must move quickly and co-operatively to address the festering issues of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and human rights abuse.
Canadian broadcasting mogul Allan Slaight, whose support of the country’s arts scene made him an ubiquitous name at venues and events — including the Juno Awards — has died.
As fall approaches, tough decisions loom as ranchers assess how many cattle they can afford to keep through winter amid a tight — and pricey — feed market.
The Taliban expanded their interim cabinet by naming more ministers and deputies on Tuesday, but failed to appoint any women, despite the international outcry that followed their initial presentation of an all-male government earlier this month.
Over the weekend and Monday, Saskatchewan broke records of daily case counts, hospitalizations and the number of patients with COVID-19 in intensive care.
As federal Conservatives cut through the clutter of the election to figure out why they lost, they’ll be pointing their knives in the direction of Alberta’s embattled premier.
On September 15, 2021, Raynald Griffith-Cochrane, an inmate from Warkworth Institution, died while in our custody of apparent natural causes.
A pair of Plate Cove West inn owners are hoping to bring Syrian refugees to the Bonavista Peninsula with the help of some friends and some creative fundraising.
A police chief says his southern Manitoba city with a low vaccination rate is being torn apart by animosity.
Several small earthquakes shook the Spanish island of La Palma off northwest Africa in the early hours of Tuesday, keeping nerves on edge as rivers of lava continued to flow toward the sea and a new vent blew open on the mountainside.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday that Russia was responsible for the 2006 killing of ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko, who died an agonizing death after he was poisoned in London with Polonium 210, a rare radioactive isotope.