Additional warning signs posted after sea lion attack goes viral
Authorities blame the parents, but officials say they don't plan to press charges for disturbing the wildlife.
Canadian connection: Drake meets Celine Dion at Billboards
Even on a record-setting night at the Billboard Music Awards, Drake was appeared a bit star-struck in meeting fellow Canadian music icon Celine Dion backstage
Sea lion grabs girl off dock
The young girl was feeding a sea lion in Steveston Harbour in Richmond, British Columbia, when she was yanked into the water by the animal.
Sweden beats Canada in shootout to win ice hockey worlds
Telling himself to stay calm, Henrik Lundqvist stopped all three shots he faced in the shootout as Sweden dethroned two-time defending champion Canada to win the world hockey championship 2-1.
Canada stuns Russia for ice hockey worlds final vs. Sweden
Canada stuns Russia by coming from two goals down in the third period to win 4-2 and advance to the ice hockey world championship final; Sweden awaits
Canada warns it may cancel US jet buy over Bombardier probe
Canada's government is warning it could cancel a planned US$2 billion purchase of 18 Super Hornet fighter jets from Boeing Co. because of U.S. Department of Commerce anti-dumping investigations against Canadian plane maker Bombardier
Canada PM, Washington governor discuss trade, climate change
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee met Thursday to discuss a range of shared interests ranging from trade to climate issues.
Canada pact with European Union worries US lobster industry
Members of the U.S. seafood industry are fearful that Canada's approval of a new trade deal with the European Union will cause big problems for the American lobster business, just as the catch hits historic highs
Canada tests lower age for pot legalization
The most controversial thing about Canada's move to legalize marijuana nationwide may be setting the allowed age for use at 18. That's three years lower than in U.S. states that have embraced legalization
Canada backs sanctions legislation targeting rights abusers
Canada's foreign minister says the government has agreed to create legislation to expand Canada's international sanctions law to target gross human rights violators