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Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump will hold a summit in Helsinki
Maizuru Mayor Ryozo Tatami suffered a stroke at a sumo wrestling event and was given first aid by a female nurse who entered the male-only ring.
Peter Khill, 28, admitted he shot Jon Styres but said he fired in self-defence, believing Styres was about to shoot him.
Judge dismisses request to put Alberta gay-straight alliance law on hold
Canadian governments urgently need to collect and publish data showing how safe their citizens are from floods, fires and other hazards related to climate change: report.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is meeting with provincial and territorial finance ministers in Ottawa on Tuesday.
News organizations are pushing back every day against restrictions on access to facilities where children separated from their parents are being held.
The study concludes that despite record opioid overdose deaths across Canada, more than two-thirds of substance use costs are associated with alcohol and tobacco.
The federal government says recent adoptions have followed the process and are consistent with Japanese law
David and Louise Turpin have pleaded not guilty to torture, child abuse of their 12 children
Sgt. Kevin MacIntyre, 48, entered his plea today at a court martial proceeding in Halifax
The U.S. government is under fire over its ”zero tolerance” policy
Two Mexican World Cup fans were among those hit
Perpetrators get sexual photos of the victim and threaten to share them with friends and families
The Liberals also veered sharply left in recent years, ushering in policies often championed by NDP
Prime Minister’s Office says the two men have signed a joint statement on multilateralism
Efforts were cut short again Wednesday when downpour forced teams to retreat for fear of mudslides
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort made several attempts to tamper with witnesses: prosecutors
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will work with Canadian companies hit by punishing U.S. tariffs
The federal government is spending $4.5 billion to buy Trans Mountain and all of Kinder Morgan Canada’s core assets.