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Special counsel Robert Mueller recommends in a court filing that a judge sentence former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos to up to six months in prison for lying to federal agents investigating whether Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Days after Conservative MP Maxime Bernier singled out a Winnipeg park named after a Pakistani leader in an attempt to demonstrate that multiculturalism has gone too far, the park's new sign was vandalized.
Canadians are generally supportive of current immigration levels, a survey of public perceptions commissioned by the federal government suggests — but they are also worried and confused when it comes to the issue of asylum seekers.
Aretha Franklin will be laid to rest at Detroit's Woodlawn Cemetery following an Aug. 31 funeral at Greater Grace Temple on the the city's west side.
The fires raging in British Columbia aren't just confined to the province: a NASA satellite captured the smoke as it blanketed the skies over Alberta and Saskatchewan earlier this week.
Two Canadian Armed Forces members were arrested in Halifax last month after RCMP were tipped off about drugs being mailed from Uganda.
The U.S. has cut $230 US million in reconstruction funding for Syria as officials insist the country is committed to staying in Syria to continue fighting ISIS militants.
Three people died and two people, including the pilot, were treated after a Simpson Air flight went down Thursday night in the Northwest Territories.
It was as if everything changed for Dio Gama the second he stepped into Canada three years ago to reunite with his family.
More than 150 firefighters and thousands of residents will be watching the weather in northern B.C. on Friday as the largest fire in the province continues to burn, leaving people in nearby cities and communities on edge.
Tesla shares fell Friday after CEO Elon Musk admitted in an interview with the New York Times that stress is taking a heavy toll on him.
The jury in the bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort continued deliberating for a second day in Virginia under enhanced security, after death threats were made toward the judge.
A New Brunswick judge has lifted a publication ban on previously reported details about the Fredericton shooting a week ago that claimed the lives of two city police officers and two civilians.
Canadians artists mourn the passing of Aretha Franklin and remember the depth of talent that made her shine.
In 1958, Boyne Johnston stole $260,000 from the Sparks Street bank in Ottawa where he worked as a teller. Six decades later, he dined at the restaurant now in its place.
The man accused of murdering four people in Fredericton, including two police officers, tweeted often about first-person shooter video games and, four years ago, about the deaths of three Moncton Mounties during that city's shocking shootings.
The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada polled 1,700 of its union members who work for CRA chasing down taxes owed by corporations and the wealthy. The survey found that 90 per cent of them believe the system is skewed to benefit the rich - and unfairly targets average Canadians.
Among the hundreds of Pennsylvania priests accused of molesting children in a grand jury report released this week, at least seven were sent to a Toronto-area facility for treatment. But in some cases, the report says, the church ignored the facility's advice about keeping them away from kids.