"Yesterday's terror attacks make us even more resolute that we must continue the fight against the Islamic State," Rona Ambrose said Saturday in Ottawa.
Asked how the attacks in Paris could affect his plan to pull out of bombing campaign against the Islamic State, Trudeau said "it's too early to jump to any conclusions."
A Notorious Canadian Serial Killer Wrote an E-Book — And People Are Pissed at Amazon for Publishing It
Paul Bernardo published the novel, A MAD World Order, as an Amazon e-book this week, and it’s been met with near-universal derision.
Harjit Sajjan has gained worldwide notice since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed him defense minister, in part thanks to an image of the former soldier in army fatigues.
The new Liberal government is pledging to tackle suicides in the Canadian military, but a new report released this week shows that might be difficult — because nobody knows quite how large the problem is.
Canada's defense department is starting a program that would allow it to quarantine and transport infected persons from anywhere in the globe to a safe third location.
A case before the Supreme Court of Canada will determine exactly where bestiality begins and ends.
Speaking in Ottawa on Monday, Immigration Minister John McCallum promised that “a good number [of refugees] will be arriving in the weeks to come.”
Three-quarters of the world’s mining companies are said to be headquartered in Canada, which means much of the blame ends up on Canada’s doorstep when things go badly.
In a marathon meeting that pitted caucus members against each other, Conservative members of parliament and senators elected Albertan Rona Ambrose as their interim party leader.
Trudeau’s cabinet, an equal mix of neophytes and old guard, will have the daunting task over the next four years of enacting the Liberal leader's promise of “real change”.
A 52-year-old veteran of the Canadian Forces says it was flashbacks of his tours in Croatia and Afghanistan that led him to stab his wife dozens of times across her face, neck, and body during a role-playing game.
More than five years after a landmark case decided that Canadian journalists have no blanket protections from having police seize their notes, little movement has been made on press freedom.
James Moore, a one-time leadership contender who announced that he didn’t intend to seek re-election, says the Conservatives need to “stare down the image that we’re a pretty aggressive party.”
“I am not a woman beater,” Canadian Senator Patrick Brazeau told reporters on Wednesday, after pleading guilty to assault and cocaine possession. Sexual assault charges were dropped.
Trudeau has had to put off the move into 24 Sussex, which has been the official residence for Canada’s prime minister since 1951, because the crumbling structure could actually prove dangerous for its inhabitants.
On the heels of his major election win, Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau told reporters on Tuesday that he will end the bombing campaign in a “responsible way."
Polling firm Forum Research's latest survey shows Justin Trudeau’s party is at 40 percent support, compared to 30 percent for the ruling Conservatives, and 20 percent for the NDP.
The announcement by the ruling Conservatives was made amid a closely fought federal election in a Toronto-area electoral district that is home to a sizable number of Korean immigrants.
In an interview with CBC on Tuesday evening, Stephen Harper said his re-elected government would consider forbidding the the religious face-covering in government departments.