Canadian PM kicks off a challenging six-week re-election campaign.
Trudeau accepts a watchdog’s report that he breached ethics rules by trying to influence a corporate legal case.
Ministry says the 83 rubbish-filled containers came from the US and Canada.
Investigations reveal that the waste is imported from the United States and Canada.
Canada approves a proposal to expand the western Canadian crude oil pipeline.
The deaths in Canada of more than a thousand aboriginal women and girls in recent decades was a national genocide, a government inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women concluded in a report on Monday.
Uber says riders in the US and Canada with low ratings may risk losing the service.
A festering diplomatic row over tonnes of trash wrongly shipped to the Philippines.
The EU-Canada free-trade agreement’s provisions do not breach EU law.
The leader of Canada’s Conservative Party says that PM threatened to sue him.
The chances of the countries ratifying the pact this year are receding.
Trudeau’s insistence that there is little wrong with how he is handling the worst crisis of his tenure could cost him re-election.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remained under pressure over a corruption scandal on Wednesday as a legislator quit his party’s caucus and a pre-election budget aimed at swaying key voters appeared to offer too little to stem the tide of negative news.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shows every sign of trying to battle his way through the biggest crisis of his tenure even as opinion polls show he stands a real chance of losing power in an election this October.
Private firms are called for a 60-megawatt solar plant project in Kampong Chhnang.
Canadian PM fires his ambassador to China, who prompted a political furor.
Despite some concerns, the revamped CPTPP which became a reality recently is a force for good in international trade. The next steps are to expand membership and to establish a small secretariat.
For over 25 years, expatriates celebrate Christmas in Dubai with large Christmas trees.
Adonis Stevenson has regained consciousness after three weeks in a coma following a December 1 knockout loss.
Canadian diplomats gain consular access to the second of 2 men detained by China.
Events: Study in Canada: Seneca College – Youth’s Roles in supporting Women Empowerment – Job Fair for December 2018
Canadian business consultant Michael Spavor is being investigated in China.
Canada has freed Meng Wanzhou on bail, which is a positive development, but the Huawei executive deserves to be given back her complete freedom by the courts, bringing closure to the fraught legal saga.
Huawei has been struggling lately to engender goodwill and dispel doubts from regulators in many of its most developed and lucrative overseas markets. Elliott Zaagman tells why.
The of Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is set to be back in a Canadian courtroom on Monday.
Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies, had her bail hearing Friday in the British Columbia Supreme Court in Vancouver, Canada. The hearing was adjourned with no decision made on bail, and will resume today.
The daughter of Chinese tech giant Huawei’s founder has been arrested in Canada.
Canada’s biggest railroad says it is attracting interest from oil producers.
A US judge in Montana has blocked construction of the Keystone XL pipeline designed to carry heavy crude oil from Canada.
Demining officials appeal to international donors to continue funding demining efforts.