OTTAWA/TORONTO (Reuters) – Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz is expected to step down when his seven-year mandate ends next June and make way for…View More Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz unlikely to seek second term: economists
VANCOUVER (NYTIMES)- On the anniversary of her arrest, Huawei technology executive Meng Wanzhou has written a reflective, sometimes plaintive letter describing her year in detention…View More Fighting extradition, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou writes of 'moments of fear'
MONTREAL/WINNIPEG (REUTERS) – Canada’s longest railroad strike in a decade ended on Tuesday (Nov 26) as Canadian National Railway Co reached a tentative agreement with…View More Canada's biggest rail strike in a decade ends, backlogs could nag shippers
Mervin Fisher never thought he deserved the medals that line the left breast pocket of this tunic. The 93-year-old says he spent much of his…View More Cambridge, Ont. veteran recalls time spent in WWII prisoner of war camp
MONTREAL — Is a French woman who grew up speaking the language of Molière not French enough for Quebec? That question was being debated in…View More For Quebec, a French Woman May Not Be French Enough
In light of a recent investigation that showed high levels of lead in the drinking water of some Regina homes, the city says it’s drafting…View More City of Regina says it plans to fast-track lead service replacement program
OTTAWA/BEIJING (Reuters) – China will resume imports of Canadian beef and pork, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday, some four months after Beijing blocked…View More China to resume imports of Canadian beef and pork
Iraq protests: Tuk-tuk drivers making an impact During unprecedented protests, the tuk-tuks of Tahrir Square area have become a welcome sight. Since protests began in…View More Blisters, chlorine burns and not much sleep: B.C. woman completes month-long ultra-triathlon
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada’s Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who only narrowly won last week’s national election, must overhaul his approach to governing to guarantee…View More Canada's Trudeau must change to survive with parliamentary minority
TORONTO (Reuters) – The Bank of Canada is likely to keep interest rates steady on Wednesday in its first policy announcement since the federal election,…View More Bank of Canada seen on hold, inviting 'hot-money' flows
OTTAWA (AFP) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday (Oct 23) ruled out forming a coalition government despite an election victory that left his…View More Justin Trudeau rules out coalition as he forms new Canadian government
Without an absolute majority in parliament, Trudeau will need to work with other parties in order to govern. Toronto, Canada – Justin Trudeau was on…View More Justin Trudeau wins second term in hard-fought Canada election
OTTAWA (REUTERS) – Canadians were voting on Monday (Oct 21) to determine whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who swept into office four years ago as…View More Canada votes as Trudeau, his 'sunny ways' clouded by scandals, tries to hold power
He was the ‘change’ candidate in 2015, but he’s recently been rocked by scandals including revelations he wore blackface Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau swept…View More Who is Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau?