Chrystia Freeland, the new foreign affairs minister, is banned from travelling to Russia. But Ottawa won’t horse trade to get those sanctions dropped.
Trudeau shakes up his team ahead of the Trump inauguration, with a mix of promotions and demotions
New documents obtained by VICE News show that on the day before a hostage deadline, Trudeau told the Philippine president that Canada does not pay ransoms.
Where is the Trudeau government's action?
The Trudeau government contends that a massive $15 billion armored vehicle deal is "between a private company and Saudi Arabia." Documents obtained by VICE News prove that's not quite true.
Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion said he couldn't cancel the $15 million arms deal. Then he said he could, but wouldn't. Now he's saying he doesn't want to.
The appointment of professor Michael Lynk is facing backlash from his own government, as he steps into the job of UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Palestine.
Canada's foreign affairs minister said that framing the fight against Islamic extremists as "war" is an outdated notion that doesn't account for the realities of the conflict.
Serious questions have been raised about the veracity of the allegations against Canadian Neil Bantleman, a teacher at a private school in Jakarta, and Indonesian teaching assistant Ferdi Tijong.
Reports say that Houthi rebels snagged Western-made weapons from Saudi border guards, just as concerns mount over the arms sales.
It's unclear what the immediate impact of this policy reversal will be, but two Canadian men who might benefit from it are Ronald Smith and Robert Bolden. They face execution in the US.
Ottawa plundered Iran's bank accounts and sold its property to give to the victims of terrorism. How's it going to explain that to the Ayatollah?