Milne Ice Shelf lost an area larger than the size of Manhattan and two resulting islands are now dangerously floating in the ocean, scientists say.
A new scam is targeting people, particularly Instagram models, by cloning their profiles and using them to create fake OnlyFans or JustForFans accounts.
A lawsuit alleges that just weeks after the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, crown prince Mohammed bin Salman dispatched a hit squad to Canada to deal with another political enemy.
As the Western Canadian separatist movement Wexit has appointed a former Conservative as leader, its founder is pushing for Alberta to become the 51st state of the U.S.
Citizens in Beirut are removing debris, rescuing trapped victims, and counting the corpses while they wait for a government response.
The sentence was announced amid declining Canada-China relations. Tensions started in 2018 when Canada detained Meng Wanzhou of Huawei and have worsened since.
Two police were convicted of killing a trans woman and sentenced to 20 years in prison. It's the first conviction for the killing of a trans person in the nation's history.
Stewart, B.C., and Hyder, Alaska, basically form "one community," Stewart's mayor said. The U.S.-Canada border closure is making life difficult for residents.
A new lawsuit alleges Ontario Provincial Police brutalized, tasered, and illegally arrested two Anishnaabe brothers walking their bikes home. The violent takedown was caught on cellphone video.
Four senior politicians, including Home Minister Amit Shah, have avoided the very hospitals they govern and have instead opted for private clinics.
BP, one of the world's most polluting oil and gas companies, is donating $2 million and its expertise to help Houston become carbon neutral.
In an extremely rare attack, a muskie, a member of the pike family, engulfed a woman's calf "from pretty much knee to ankle," her husband said.