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July 6, 2020, 6:39 PM

Trudeau turns down White House invitation amid pandemic

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has turned down a White House invitation to celebrate the new regional free trade agreement in Washington with U
July 6, 2020, 6:39 PM
Trudeau turns down White House invitation amid pandemic
July 5, 2020, 9:18 AM

Man who crashed gate where Trudeau lives facing 22 charges

A military reservist who allegedly crashed his truck through a gate on the grounds where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lives has been charged with 22 crimes, including weapons offenses and uttering threats
July 5, 2020, 9:18 AM
Man who crashed gate where Trudeau lives had several weapons
July 3, 2020, 5:33 AM

Police arrest armed man on the grounds where Trudeau lives

Canadian police say an armed man crashed his truck through a gate and breached the grounds where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lives before being arrested two hours later
July 3, 2020, 5:33 AM
Police arrest armed man on the grounds where Trudeau lives
June 19, 2020, 11:54 PM

1 dead in Toronto shooting, possible suspects seen fleeing: Police

Two possible suspects of the Toronto shooting were seen fleeing the scene, police said.
June 19, 2020, 11:54 PM
1 dead in Toronto shooting, possible suspects seen fleeing: Police
2 months ago

Document details Canada mass shooter's paranoia, weapons

A newly released document in Canada details warning signs of paranoid behavior and the stockpiling of guns and gasoline by the man who went on a rampage that killed 22 people in Nova Scotia last month
2 months ago
Document details Canada mass shooter's paranoia
2 months ago

Canada bans assault weapons after mass shooting in Nova Scotia

Canada bans assault weapons after mass shooting in Nova Scotia
2 months ago
Canada bans assault weapons after mass shooting in Nova Scotia
3 months ago

Niagara Falls illuminated with Nova Scotia's blue and white colors

The display honored victims of the deadly mass shooting that left at least 22 dead. It was the worst shooting in Canadian history.
3 months ago
Niagara Falls illuminated with Nova Scotia's blue and white colors
3 months ago

Nova Scotia shooting may have begun as a domestic violence dispute: Investigators

Investigators say the suspect in Canada's worst mass shooting may have targeted an ex-partner.
3 months ago
Nova Scotia shooting rampage tied to domestic violence dispute: Investigators
3 months ago

Flags lowered to half-staff across Canada to honor mass shooting victims

The death toll rose to 19 and authorities expect it to increase as the investigation continues.
3 months ago
Flags lowered to half-staff across Canada to honor mass shooting victims
3 months ago

16 dead in Nova Scotia shooting rampage

The incident marks the deadliest shooting in Canadian history.
3 months ago
16 dead in Nova Scotia shooting rampage
3 months ago

Hours-long manhunt comes to an end in Canada

Police in Nova Scotia arrested Gabriel Wortman, 51, who authorities said was wearing police attire at the time of the alleged shooting.
3 months ago
Hours-long manhunt comes to an end in Canada
3 months ago

Small plane makes emergency landing on Quebec City highway

According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the pilot called the Quebec City fire department asking for permission to land on the highway.
3 months ago
Small plane makes emergency landing on Quebec City highway
3 months ago

Stunning rainbow forms above Niagara Falls

Ontario, Canada, resident Brenda Bowes said that she appreciates the falls even more than usual during the coronavirus pandemic.
3 months ago
Stunning rainbow forms above Niagara Falls
3 months ago

Premier infuriated by Trump, says Canada helped US amid 9/11

A Canadian premier of a province that sheltered thousands of stranded American airline passengers after the 9/11 attacks is questioning the humanity of U.S. President Donald Trump after Trump banned the export of N95 protective masks to Canada
3 months ago
4 months ago

Ex-Canadian football player admits to college scam

A former Canadian Football League player has pleaded guilty to participating in a college admissions cheating scheme by hiring someone take the SATs in place of his two sons
4 months ago
Ex-Canadian football player admits to college scam
4 months ago

New rail blockades in Canada emerge as talks continue

Trudeau's government says it is working to calm tensions with a First Nation.
4 months ago
5 months ago

Vancouver man attempts to steal float plane, damages two other planes in incident

A Vancouver man attempted to steal a float plane early Friday morning, Canadian authorities have confirmed.
5 months ago
Vancouver man attempts to steal float plane, damages two other planes in incident
5 months ago

Police praise teen who turned over thousands in cash she found on street

Canadian police are praising the "honesty and integrity" of a local teenager for turning in a large sum of crash she found over the weekend.
5 months ago
Police praise teen who turned over thousands in cash she found on street
5 months ago

Fiery freight train derailment prompts Canada to enact 30-day speed limit

A fiery freight train derailment prompted Canada to enact a temporary speed limit.
5 months ago
Fiery freight train derailment prompts Canada to enact 30-day speed limit
5 months ago

Freight train derailment in Canada sparks massive fire

Drone footage captured the flames coming off a derailed crude oil train.
5 months ago
Freight train derailment in Canada sparks massive fire
5 months ago

Canada prime minister to welcome Venezuela opposition leader

Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaidó will visit Canada on Monday as part of an international tour aimed at bolstering support for his challenge to socialist leader Nicolás Maduro
5 months ago
6 months ago

Nuclear power alert 'sent in error,' Canadian utility company says

A Canadian utility company has retracted an alert stating that a nuclear power incident occurred at a power plant east of Toronto.
6 months ago
Nuclear power alert 'sent in error,' company says
6 months ago
Deadly plane shooting a 'national tragedy,' Canadian crash team en route: Trudeau
6 months ago

1 dead, 3 hurt in 'targeted' shooting in Ottawa: Police

One person was killed and three were seriously hurt from a shooting in Ottawa, Canada, Wednesday morning, police said.
6 months ago
1 dead, 3 hurt in 'targeted' shooting in Ottawa: Police
6 months ago

Hundreds of newly-released documents show Canadian military response to Pokemon Go

A newly-released trove of Canadian military documents show how the government agency baffled with the influx of intruders to its military bases: Pokemon Go players.
6 months ago
Hundreds of newly-released documents show how Canadian military dealt with Pokemon Go
6 months ago

Inuit-Canadian singer who covered 'Diamonds' dies at 26

Young singer gained attention for her version of Rihanna's “Diamonds” in Inuit.
6 months ago
Singer known for her cover of 'Diamonds' in Inuit language dies at 26
7 months ago

Friends: Houston-area family killed in Canadian plane crash

Friends say five of the seven people who died in the crash of a small plane in Canada were members of a Houston-area family
7 months ago
7 months ago

Police: 7 dead in plane crash near Canadian city

Area was under a wind advisory, but winds may not have been as bad as predicted.
7 months ago
8 months ago

Investigation: Lead in some Canadian water worse than Flint

An investigation by a consortium of news organizations, including The Associated Press, finds some Canadians are being exposed to dangerous levels of lead in their drinking water, in some cities at higher levels than Flint, Michigan
8 months ago
Investigation: Lead in some Canadian water worse than Flint
9 months ago

Canada's Trudeau wins reelection but faces a divided nation

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau begins his second term facing an increasingly divided Parliament and country
9 months ago
Canada's Trudeau wins 2nd term but nation more divided
9 months ago

Justin Trudeau wins 2nd term but loses majority

The Canadian prime minister's Liberal Party took the most seats in Parliament, but it lost its majority.
9 months ago
Justin Trudeau wins 2nd term but loses majority
10 months ago

How Justin Trudeau's blackface scandal may hurt his re-election -- or not

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues to wage his re-election bid amid a scandal surrounding three incidents where he made himself appear as if he was a different race.
10 months ago
How Justin Trudeau's blackface scandal may hurt his re-election -- or not
10 months ago

New images emerge of Justin Trudeau in black and brown face

The Canadian prime minister, facing a tough reelection campaign, apologized again following the revelation of a third blackface incident, this time captured on video.
10 months ago
New images emerge of Justin Trudeau in black and brown face
10 months ago

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau under fire

Trudeau apologized and begged Canadians to forgive him after a yearbook photo surfaced showing him in brownface makeup at a 2001 costume party.
10 months ago
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau under fire
10 months ago

Trudeau: I did not see racism through ‘layers of privilege’

Two photos and one video have surfaced online of Justin Trudeau wearing brownface makeup before he became the Canadian prime minister.
10 months ago
Trudeau: I did not see racism through ‘layers of privilege’
10 months ago

Justin Trudeau admits 2001 brownface photo was 'racist'

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore brownface makeup to an annual dinner party at a private school where he was a teacher.
10 months ago
Justin Trudeau admits 2001 brownface photo was 'racist'
10 months ago

Trudeau faces backlash for brownface photo

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing controversy for a photo taken of him when he was 29 years old wearing brownface and dressed in an Aladdin costume.
10 months ago
Trudeau faces backlash for brownface photo
10 months ago

Justin Trudeau admits brownface photo was racist

"I should have known better, but I didn't," the Canadian prime minister told reporters about the 2001 incident.
10 months ago
Justin Trudeau admits brownface photo was racist
1 year ago

Canada 'disappointed' by British decision on Jihadi Jack

UK revoked citizenship of a dual citizen of the countries imprisoned in Syria.
1 year ago
1 year ago

New Jersey family attacked by wolf while camping in Canada

The Rispoli family was sleeping in their tent when the wolf began tearing it apart, prompting father Matt Rispoli to begin wrestling with the animal to protect his family.
1 year ago
New Jersey family attacked by wolf while camping in Canada
1 year ago

Father of teen suspect in Canadian murders fears he will be 'dead today or tomorrow'

Al Schmegelsky believes his son Bryer Schmegelsky will go down fighting after the teen and his friend Kam McLeod allegedly went on a killing spree across the country.
1 year ago
Father of teen suspect in Canadian murders fears he will be 'dead today or tomorrow'
1 year ago

New developments in the murder mystery of couple found dead in Canada

A witness has come forward to say she saw a suspicious man arguing with Chynna Deese and Lucas Fowler before they were found dead by the side of a highway in British Columbia.
1 year ago
New developments in the murder mystery of couple found dead in Canada
1 year ago

US, Canadian safety officials looking into train derailment

Multi-car derailment in tunnel connecting Port Huron, Mich., to Sarnia, Ontario.
1 year ago
1 year ago

Trudeau comes to Washington looking to move past feud with Trump, lobby for USMCA

President Donald Trump will welcome Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the White House as they push for approval of a renegotiated trade agreement with Mexico.
1 year ago
Trudeau comes to Washington looking to move past feud with Trump, lobby for USMCA
1 year ago

Canada passes 'Free Willy' ban, making it illegal to hold dolphins, whales in captivity

Canada is making strides to help protect nature and the environment with its policies.
1 year ago
'Free Willy' ban makes it illegal to hold dolphins, whales in captivity in Canada
1 year ago

Canada passes 'Free Willy' ban for captive whales

The country's House of Commons passed a bill Monday that makes it illegal to keep a whale, dolphin or porpoise in captivity.
1 year ago
Canada passes 'Free Willy' ban for captive whales
1 year ago

Canada takes refugee who sheltered Snowden

Woman helped shelter former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in Hong Kong.
1 year ago
1 year ago

Canada's no-sex, no-money scandal could topple Trudeau

Nothing illegal happened, but in Canada it's still a scandal.
1 year ago
1 year ago

Trudeau's former top aide testifies in his defense

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's former top aide says the decision to move the former attorney general out of her job had nothing to do with alleged efforts to pressure her into not prosecuting a Canadian company in a corruption case
1 year ago
1 year ago

Canada's prime minister fires his ambassador to China

At issue is the U.S. extradition request for an arrested Chinese tech executive.
1 year ago