Yes, Stephen Harper did actually make this election campaign promise. He's well on his way to delivering on it, since the Toronto Zoo announced its female panda on loan from China is pregnant with twins.
Sputnik News, dubbed the “Buzzfeed of propaganda,” has been paying particular attention to the current Canadian federal election. And it is bizarre.
Jason Kenney sat down with VICE News to discuss many of the issues that are sure to dominate tonight's federal debate on foreign policy in Toronto.
Canadian police have filed six charges in absentia against Farah Shirdon . “Inshallah, we shall make some attacks in New York soon,” Shirdon said in an interview with VICE CEO Shane Smith that aired on Sept. 25, 2014.
Amid a closely-fought Canadian federal election campaign that sees the Greens fighting to stay relevant, their policies are facing increased scrutiny.
Facing public outrage after initial reports that Canada had refused refuge to Alan Kurdi, Canadian authorities said they had never received an asylum request for the boy or his family. Alan's uncle was rejected for an 'incomplete' application.
“Quebecers are tired of choosing between the status quo and an imaginary country,” Francois Legault, leader of the Coalition Avenir Québec, said on Wednesday.
According to the Kurdistan Regional Government, the meeting was an opportunity for its foreign minister to ask for more assistance from Canada, and to request that it formally open a mission in the area.
Canada’s chiefs of police are asking the federal government to expand warrantless access to telecommunications subscriber information, create a real-time information database, and allow them to open your letters.
The UK reopened its embassy in Tehran on Sunday. But Canada remains decidedly cool to the warming of relations between Western powers and Iran.
VICE News has sent dozens of requests across the country to try and obtain specific data on how often Canadian police officers shoot people. Only a partial picture has emerged.
Corruption Trial in Canada Dishes Political Secrets as Prime Minister’s Former Right-Hand Man Testifies
A scandal involving a Conservative senator returned to the spotlight this week, with the resumption of a fraud and bribery trial. Prime Minister Stephen Harper kept his distance as he campaigned for re-election.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has been challenging the NSA's bulk data collection program in court since 2008 and this week filed its latest legal brief in a California court.
The government recently announced some $12 million for a dozen projects — everything from efforts to combat radicalization, defuse bombs, and a web crawler "to explore anonymous and dark regions of the internet."
The Conservative Party is looking for a fourth mandate after nine years at the helm of Canada. The vote is Oct. 19.
Following the death of protester James McIntyre in BC earlier this month, #CCLeaks released a document purporting to be about Canada's foreign spying operations.
US lawmakers are threatening to block Canada from the expansive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal if it doesn't axe its highly protective regime for milk and cheese. Canada says it won't be "bullied."
The organizations are asking that the court declare five sections of the bill as overly broad, vague, and inherently incompatible with Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Canada Inks Trade Deal With Ukraine, Considers Allowing Export of Automatic Weapons To War-Torn Country
The trade deal will likely mean little for either economy in the short-term, as bilateral trade between the two countries remains limited. But it has important energy implications for the future.
From the UK to Australia and America, Hacking Team tried to establish clients in a host of Western countries. But Canada might be the most susceptible to such malware, thanks to a barely-publicized legislative change about cyberbullying.