OTTAWA—Fewer Canadians are being turned away at the U.S. land border in recent months despite mounting concerns that Donald Trump's immigration policies are making it much harder to cross, The Canadian Press has learned.
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OTTAWA—The European Union's environment commissioner wants to join forces with Canada to “defend” the Paris climate change accord in the face of an uncertain political landscape in the U.S. under Donald Trump.
OTTAWA—The federal government is pledging up to $20 million to fund sexual health and abortion-related projects as part of an international campaign to fill a gap created by President Donald Trump's decision to ban U.S. funding for abortion-related programs.
OTTAWA—The Federal Court has dismissed a challenge by a Quebec law professor to condemn the federal government's $15-billion sale of light armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia.
OTTAWA—Canada’s army soon will be bound for Africa, Canada’s top soldier said yesterday, fuelling speculation it will be deployed on a peacekeeping operation to control the spread of terrorism on the continent.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he has “reason to believe” a Canadian man who was being held hostage by a militant group in the Philippines has been executed.
OTTAWA—Canada’s 600,000 Métis and non-status Indians are indeed “Indians” under the Constitution, the Supreme Court of Canada declared today in a long-awaited landmark decision more than 15 years in the making.
“It is the federal government to whom they can turn,” the unanimous 9-0 ruling said.
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce that Canada will seek a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council.
Trudeau is in New York tomorrow for meetings with Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
The pair met in Ottawa last month and Trudeau had said Canada would seek a two-year term on the council.
OTTAWA—To hear Ban Ki-Moon tell it, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s rapprochement with the United Nations was nothing short of the return of the prodigal son.
OTTAWA—Lebanon and Jordan are at a critical “tipping point” and need more Canadian help in order to survive the pressure of the Syrian civil war, says Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion.