If Don Cherry could have the moment back, he says he would have chosen his words more carefully.
Canada needs to be "clear-eyed" about the threat posed by Russia and China — and the power vacuum at the global level left by the United States' growing isolationism — a former national security adviser to prime ministers told an audience of military and defence officials Friday.
Two key witnesses will testify before the House intelligence committee on Wednesday as the impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump enters the public phase. Here’s a guide to who is testifying, what they'll be asked about and why it matters.
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Unflappable Jeopardy host Alex Trebek's smooth demeanor is given momentary pause when he suddenly encounters a heartfelt message from a contestant.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing growing pressure from conservative political leaders who are urging him to take steps to boost Western Canada's oil economy. Earlier today, Trudeau sat down with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer to discuss possible areas of common ground when the new session of Parliament opens on Dec. 5.
Sharply at odds with liberal justices, the U.S. Supreme Court's conservative majority seemed ready Tuesday to allow the Trump administration to abolish protections that permit 660,000 immigrants to work in the United States free from the threat of deportation.
One of the most prominent donors to the University of British Columbia is taking the school to court, saying the institution isn't holding up its end of the deal they struck when he he made a historic donation to its law school.
An apparent step-up of receipt and shopping bag checks at Walmart has sparked customer complaints, raising concerns about shoppers’ rights.
New streaming service Disney Plus went live Tuesday after months of promotion and speculation — but not without hiccups.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is investigating but say the death of a two-year-old aboard a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight that was diverted to St. John's doesn't appear to be suspicious.
John Konecny relocated for work by loading his belongings into a canoe and paddling up the Rideau Canal to Ottawa. He ended up convincing Canada's tax agency to cover his moving expenses.
Both the U.K. Conservative and Labour parties were targets of large-scale cyberattacks on their digital platforms Tuesday just weeks before a national election.
Fundraising allowed Kim Thomas-Jones to see her niece for the first time and show her two sons her original home in Saskatchewan.
Debates commissioner David Johnston is suggesting one way to improve leaders' debates in future elections might be to make room for an English and a French debate that include only the main contenders for prime minister.