OTTAWA — The United States will link the liberation of the two Canadians imprisoned by China to its free-trade talks with the People’s Republic, U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence pledged Thursday.
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OTTAWA—The Department of National Defence says its memorial for those killed in Canada's mission in Afghanistan will open to the public tomorrow afternoon.
People who aren't military members, veterans or their families will have to register for visits in advance but will be guided to the memorial in the department's new headquarters in western Ottawa when they arrive.
CAEN, France — The emotion of being liberated from Nazi occupation was so sweet and intense that the French refugees burst into song, a spontaneous rendition of “La Marseillaise” that echoed around the underground network of dank, dark tunnels where they had been sheltering for weeks since D-Day, amid filth, fleas and the rumble of bombs.
TORONTO—Ontario has eliminated a fund supporting Indigenous culture as the government cuts tens of millions of dollars in arts funding ‚Äî a decision that is being slammed as short-sighted.
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont.—An Ontario man who tried to smuggle a bag full of medicinal leeches into Canada has been fined $15,000.
The federal government says Ippolit Bodounov, of Niagara Falls, Ont., pleaded guilty last week to violating the Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act.
TORONTO—Ontario is establishing an agency to oversee mental health and addictions care across the province in a bid to improve access to treatment.
Canada has finally made its case that the top of the world flies the Maple Leaf.
After years of delay and political debate, Canada has submitted its scientific argument for control of a vast portion of the Arctic seabed, including the North Pole, to the UN body that will evaluate it.
TORONTO—Officials say a four-year-old boy who was hospitalized after a hit-and-run is in life-threatening condition, following incorrect reports from Toronto police that the boy had died.
Police have said that the boy was struck by a motorcycle that fled the scene yesterday afternoon in the city's east end.
TORONTO—Ontario's Progressive Conservative government has backed down on retroactive funding cuts to municipalities after sustained pressure from local leaders, who warned of devastating impacts to public health, child care and ambulance services.
TORONTO—The Progressive Conservative government is now reviewing recommendations from its special adviser on alcohol as it looks at making changes to the system.
Ken Hughes, a former MP and Alberta cabinet minister, delivered his report Friday to Finance Minister Vic Fedeli on ways to improve consumer choice and convenience.