Canadian senate clears cannabis legalization
The Canadian Senate voted Tuesday to legalize cannabis, bringing Canada one step closer to becoming the first G7 country to authorize consumption and production of the mind-altering drug.
US, Mexico and Canada to host 2026 World Cup
The United States, Mexico and Canada won the right to host the 2026 World Cup after easily beating Morocco in a vote by FIFA member nations on Wednesday.
Trump trade fury torpedoes Canada's G7 summit
The G7 summit ended in farce and a renewed threat of global trade war as US President Donald Trump abruptly rejected the text of a consensus statement and bitterly insulted the Canadian host. Just minutes after a joint communique Saturday that had been approved by the leaders of the Group of Seven allies was published…
Blast in restaurant injures 15
Canadian police on Friday launched a hunt for two men who staged an explosion in an Indian restaurant near Toronto that injured 15 people.
Thousands gather to pay tribute to Toronto massacre victims
Thousands gathered at a vigil Sunday night paying tribute to 10 people mowed down by a van in downtown Toronto earlier this week.
Canada van massacre driver charged with murder, most victims women
A Canadian man who apparently had a grudge against women was charged with murder Tuesday after allegedly plowing a rented van onto a crowded Toronto sidewalk, killing 10 people -- an incident that shocked the nation.
Peru hunts 2 over lynching of Canadian for shaman murder
Peruvian police searched Tuesday for two men over the lynching of a Canadian suspected of killing an elderly shaman in the Amazon, judicial sources said Tuesday. Judge David Panduro ordered the men's arrest for the "alleged offense of aggravated homicide" after police discovered the body of Sebastian Paul Woodroffe, 42, in the Ucayali region of…
Trudeau urges Canadians to not live in fear
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged Canadians not to live in fear Tuesday after a man mowed down pedestrians with a van in a "senseless attack" in Toronto, killing 10 and injuring 15 others.
Quebec wary of bitcoin gold rush
At the site of a former cocoa factory in Canada's Quebec province, tiny holes punctured in the walls of a warehouse allow fresh air to cool thousands of whirring processors connected by a tangle of wires.