Documents obtained by VICE News suggest that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service was doing more risky work that they let on in Afghanistan.
One of the longest-serving G7 leaders is doing his political swan song, and his party seems unsure of whether to fête him, or forget him.
So-called 'Elbowgate' continues to plague the Trudeau government, even after a litany of apologies and efforts to cool down the situation.
After rushing through the House of Commons to grab one opposition politician, Trudeau knocked over a fellow legislature and set in motion a heated, and rare, bit of political strife.
The announcement, made on the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia, is the culmination of more than a decade of political battles.
After more than a decade of fighting, the trans community in Canada can expect new legal protections on Tuesday.
Introducing 'ISIS Crisis': The Strategy Board Game the Canadian Military Could Use to Fight the Islamic State
A new report from the research wing of the Canadian military suggests that table-top board games could force military planners to think through their decisions in foreign intervention.
Removing Belarus from its most basic sanction list means that Canadian exporters will be able to sell most non-military goods and services to the state, excluding weapons and munitions.
Moscow has offered to send planes to Canada in order to fight the Fort McMurray forest fires. That's either a very nice gesture, or a coy way of belittling a geopolitical rival.
Captive John Ridsdel was beheaded last month after the Canadian government refused to pay a ransom for his release.
Media magnate and brash sovereigntist Pierre-Karl Péladeau resigned abruptly on Monday, say he's leaving politics for the well-being of his kids.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just signed the Paris Agreement in New York, which would see Canada reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent. A new report says Canada probably won't reduce its carbon footprint at all.
Senator Mike Duffy brought down the prime minister's right-hand man and stood trial for bribery and fraud. But, now, he's a free man, and will be returning to Canada's scandal-prone upper chamber.
Jane Philpott is in New York for the UN General Assembly Special Session on drugs. There, is she still wants to legalize marijuana at home, she has to convince the rest of the world that pot isn't so bad.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says that his company was staying true to its principles, and being a good corporate citizen, when it cooperated with Canadian police in 2010.
"It was not a question of whether we were going to move forward with medical-assisted dying, it was a question of how," Canada's justice minister said on Thursday.
Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion said he couldn't cancel the $15 million arms deal. Then he said he could, but wouldn't. Now he's saying he doesn't want to.
The Panama Papers have turned everyone's attention to fighting offshore bank accounts and shell companies — but it's not an easy problem to fix.
A team of software engineers, with money from the Canadian government, are hoping to become the first line of defence for journalists and civil society in a country rife with cyber attacks.
Canada is finally taking aim at the shadowy wing of the North Korean government that exports methamphetamines, imports yachts, and keeps the Pyongyang ruling class happy.