There were “Make America Great Again” hats, there were signs with Donald Trump’s name.
Winnipeg police say surveillance video is still being reviewed and DNA tests are pending after an unsettling incident at the St. Vital Centre involving a group of teenage girls.
The man who once successfully harnessed populist sentiment in Canada into political success is warning that much is at stake if today’s political leadership fails to do that.
A student politician who came under fire for his "punch a Zionist today" tweet has resigned from his position as director of the Students' Society of McGill University.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer laughed off the idea of building a wall along the northern U.S. border Thursday after a journalist from Montana floated the notion during his daily media briefing.
Canadian tax authorities expect to track down $400 million this year they say are owed as part of a campaign to crack down on tax evasion by big international companies and wealthy individuals, particularly those using offshore tax havens, a top official says.
The RCMP are thanking a Canada Post employee in British Columbia for helping solve a case involving a nude toddler who had gone missing.
Canada’s promise to resettle hundreds of Yazidis by the end of the year is being welcomed in Iraq, where Yazidi women and girls have endured horrific abuse and persecution at the hands of ISIL.
A 50-year-old man has been charged with animal negligence stemming from the deaths of 14 large breed dogs at a pet boarding business over the summer.