In Wednesday’s throne speech, the Trudeau government promised more oversight and better training for cops, but also a “strong hand” of criminal justice.
A woman was arrested at the Canada-U.S. border for allegedly sending a letter containing the poison ricin to President Trump.
A man charged with the "random" killing of a Toronto man has several online connections to Order of Nine Angles, a group an expert described to VICE News as a "neo-Nazi death cult."
I recently travelled from Toronto to L.A. to Baja, taking advantage of some confusing travel bans. It eventually caught up to me.
A U.S. billionaire, who is one of the top donors to the republican party, was allowed to enter Canada and skip the two week mandatory quarantine because of a border agency mistake, officials say.
According to a report by the CBC, three executives from shipping company Uline, including the company's billionaire president, were granted exemptions from the mandatory quarantine for a trip to their Ontario warehouse.
After an outbreak tied to a karaoke bar spread to at least 68 people, Quebec has banned the activity. Some Québécois karaoke fans are not happy.
WE charity has been embroiled in a political scandal for the majority of the summer.
Fifteen young people are going to court later this month to fight the Canadian government’s attempt to have their lawsuit thrown out.
Only 70 Atlantic caribou remain, and are confined to a single refuge—Gaspésie National Park in Quebec.
The alleged suspect is believed to be among the dead.
Chris Saccoccia, who has been leading anti-mask protests all summer, says the schools will “save the children” from “masks and social distancing and indoctrination.”