Canada has found itself faced with a foreign fighter problem, as dozens of Canadians have left to fight alongside the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq and other radical groups.
A new report says dozens of packages with dangerous material inside are still unaccounted for. That isn't good.
Canada already does a fair bit of aquatic policing, busting cocaine smugglers in the Caribbean and running counter-terrorism and anti-piracy operations in and around the Indian Sea and in the Gulf of Aden.
Within two weeks, Canada’s CF-18 fighter jets will be back on home soil, after spending more than a year hitting the Islamic State throughout Iraq and Syria as part of an international coalition.
Thanks to civil forfeiture laws, the government of British Columbia have held onto a biker clubhouse for six years. The bikers want it back.
The Trudeau government tried to undo patronage appointments by the previous government. They may have broken ethics rules in the process.
New CO2 emission projections show that Canada, unlike its allies, has little hope of hitting the targets it agreed to in 2009.
Two new reports say Canada's spy agencies have been playing fast-and-loose with the metadata it collects from Canadians.
Concerns about security at Canada’s international offices has been largely muted in recent years, even as Washington scrutinized the security shortcomings that led to the deadly attack on the US headquarters in Benghazi, Libya.
Canada’s New Democratic Party is struggling to find out why it failed to resonate with voters in the last federal election that was its best chance ever to form government.
Canada is alone amongst its major military allies in lacking drone capabilities. In recent years, Ottawa has leased drones from the Israelis to conduct reconnaissance missions in Afghanistan.
Two Canadian telecommunications giants have been fighting the an Ontario police force in court, pushing back against what they call “overbroad and unreasonable” orders to hand over information on scores of their customers.
The loonie, as the Canadian dollar is known, could slip below 70 cents against the American dollar for the first time since April 2003.
James Platts was arraigned on Wednesday in an Ontario courtroom, facing charges of uttering threats. He reportedly has a history of mental illness.
Municipalities have run their own counts, with their own processes and definitions, for years, but now the federal government is launching a national effort. It doesn't include Quebec, though.
It's been a while since the world took notice of Canada in this way. Justin Trudeau's election as prime minister has ushered in a new era of 'Trudeaumania' that his father started.
On a weekend trip to Erbil, in Northern Iraq, Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan opened the door to facing the Islamic State in a different part of the world — in Libya and the Sinai Peninsula.
Police Say a Canadian Soldier Stabbed his Pregnant Wife Repeatedly Before They Plunged to Their Deaths
“I can’t say if it was a matter she was thrown or she jumped," said Toronto police Constable Craig Brister. "I don’t know whether we’ll ever know exactly what happened."
The surprise attack occurred Wednesday overnight in northern Iraq. Major-General Chuck Lamarre said the IS troop strength was “significant” and likely totaled in the hundreds.
A spokesperson for Canada’s foreign affairs ministry confirmed that they received the request from Moscow, and that it was passed on to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which is investigating.