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.
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.
The leader of Canada’s Conservative Party says that PM threatened to sue him.
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 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.
Canadian PM fires his ambassador to China, who prompted a political furor.
Trudeau said he wanted to see flexibility from the United States.
Canadians outrage by US President Donald Trump’s attack on their prime minister.
Trump fires off a volley of tweets on allies.
Just when it seemed that the G7 leaders had eked out a joint communique and avoided an open rift, Donald Trump, in a stunning Twitter turnaround, retracted his endorsement. It’s probably better that way. DW’s Michael Knigge tells why.
The driver suspected of killing 10 pedestrians in Toronto makes his first court appearance.
Trudeau joins an emotional vigil to honor ice hockey team members killed in a crash.
A fourth round of talks to revamp a landmark North American trade pact is due to begin.