The 23-year-old Ontario man was arrested on terrorism and weapons charges by Canadian cops on Friday, as Canadian cops try to stem the flow of foreign fighters.
Su Bin lived in Vancouver with his wife and kids, running a small aerospace firm. On the side, he was the centre of an international plot to steal highly-protected information from America's largest defense firms.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau unveiled the new government's first budget on Tuesday. It's expensive.
Just shy of 35,000 registered Democrats living outside of America voted in the primary, showing up to cast a ballot at makeshift polling stations in bars and cafes, through the post, and via email.
The man responsible for smuggling hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of narwhal tusks is back in America to face money laundering charges.
Cops in Ontario have been employing strip searches tens of thousands of times a year. Last week, one judge ripped apart a police force for forcing a woman to strip for, seemingly, no reason at all.
The Canadian embassy in Washington has been watching the primary race closely, and they're skeptical of some of Trump's tough talk on China.
It's taken the better part of a decade, but Washington has finally got Ottawa to agree to report whenever Americans enter Canada, and whenever Canadians enter America.
The last time there was this much fanfare about Canadians coming to Washington, it was two centuries ago and they tried to burn down the White House.
The accord was announced in Washington DC, as President Barack Obama welcomed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his first official visit since becoming the leader of Canada.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police used polygraph machines while investigating a high-profile terror attack on Canada's Parliament, even though courts and researchers say the tests are unreliable.
Augustus Sol Invictus is running for Congress in Florida, but he can't even enter Canada — he found that out the hard way last weekend, when he tried to attend a rally in Vancouver.
Residents of Windsor, Ontario have been cursed by an infernal hum for years. It's rattled cups, kept residents up at night, and convinced a few people they're losing their minds. Governments on both sides have been of little help.
Democrats Abroad has organized polling places world-wide on Super Tuesday, and there are 21 delegates up for grabs.
Canada has finally approved the sale of Truvada to prevent HIV, but a month of the drug can cost up to $1,000 and insurance companies aren't picking up the tab.
Police are trying to bolster a case against a Calgarian who is accused of joining the Islamic State. In the process, they've demanded that a journalist help prove their case.
Helmut Oberlander, a former translator and shoe shine boy with an infamous Nazi death squad, will be in Canada for the near future, as a court orders his case reconsidered — again.
Reports say that Houthi rebels snagged Western-made weapons from Saudi border guards, just as concerns mount over the arms sales.
Omar Khadr still has the government reading his email, but he won't have to worry about returning to prison in Canada anytime in the near future.
As fears mount that artillery shells could pollute drinking water and contaminate soil, the Canadian military has developed cheap, green ammunition that could become the new standard.