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Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna and environmental activists are emphasizing that more action is needed to combat climate change despite a recent deal reached by countries at a UN climate summit.
Trudeau says he is happy to rule out the prospect of a snap ballot, meaning Canadians can expect to go to the polls Oct. 21.
The hour-long ceremony took place in Kleber Square, not far from where a gunman opened fire on Tuesday evening. Strasbourg Mayor Roland Ries praised the city's resilience in the face of hardship.
Canada has been granted consular access to Michael Spavor, the second Canadian detained by China this week.
Prada has removed a series of products from its stores worldwide after accusations they were offensive and depicted blackface.
The cut will mean the end of a number of initiatives for at-risk youth, including an after-school program established in the wake of the so-called "summer of the gun" in Toronto.
Britain's government is not preparing for a second referendum on Brexit, ministers said on Sunday, sticking to the script that Prime Minister Theresa May's deal could still pass through Parliament with a few changes.
Due to a possible E-coli contamination, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency says certain cauliflower, red leaf lettuce and green leaf lettuce products produced by Adam Bros. Farming Inc. of Santa Maria, Calif., have been recalled.
A Nova Scotia family was reunited with their pet Saturday night after the cat was accidentally sent 1,200 kilometres in a package.
Controversial Halifax chiropractor Dena Churchill is facing a competency hearing with her profession’s regulator.
Poetry is having a renaissance thanks to a generation of young, accessible writers breathing new life into the literary form via Instagram.
A low unemployment rate coupled with greater desire for growth on the job means employers must step up their game to keep staff happy. A survey conducted by Nielson has found that three quarters of employees surveyed would leave their jobs for another opportunity.
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including a surgeon who may be filming patients without their consent, a jump in auto thefts across the country, and recall of U by Kotex tampons.
Canadian Olympic gold medalist Mark Tewksbury recently sat down with The National's Adrienne Arsenault to talk about what has changed for gay athletes since he came out, the future of the Olympic games and the politics surrounding them.
A fist fight broke out during an anti-immigration protest in downtown Edmonton Saturday afternoon, before police moved in to separate protesters and counter-demonstrators, comprising about 150 people in total.
After 40 years living in Los Angeles, Burton Cummings is now calling Moose Jaw, Sask., home. It doesn't have an international airport, but it's way more "sane" he says.
After two weeks of bruising negotiations, officials from almost 200 countries agreed Saturday on universal, transparent rules that will govern efforts to cut emissions and curb global warming.
"The national message, intended or not, seems to be: you are poisoning the earth but send us your billions in oil revenue until we implement policies that will strangle your economy," writes Monte Solberg, a former federal cabinet minister and MP, and staunch Albertan.
Since the beginning of last year, Chinese cities have been awash with 23 million GPS-equipped bicycles, part of a bike share program that has been credited with changing traffic patterns across the country, writes Saša Petricic.