Trudeau is vying for Canada's spot on the United Nations Security Council. But he's got some baggage to deal with, first.
As outrage continues to gather over "pharma bro" Martin Shkreli, a new report released this week found wild discrepancies in the cost of generics in Canada versus outside and experts say a "foolish" system is to blame.
Bill Blair, the former police chief who is in charge of devising a legalization scheme under Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party, said that there should be no confusion: recreational pot remains illegal... for now.
The refugees counting on support from the Canadian government will receive, at most, $25,000 in their first year. After that, the support ends.
Cindor Reeves helped put away former Liberian warlord Charles Taylor. That wasn't good enough for the Canadian government, who shipped him back to Liberia.
A new report accuses the Kurds of sectarian violence, while an intelligence assessment says Ottawa should vet whether its citizens are fighting with the PKK.
Syrian refugees are living out of hotels as the government scrambles to figure out housing for the 25,000 Syrians that are expected to resettlement in Canada.
Officer James Forcillo was found not guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter
“We need grief counseling, we need people that can work with the families that are impacted by these tragic losses, and that’s what we need immediately,” Chief Wayne Moonias of Neskantaga First Nation said.
Manitoba has became the first Canadian province to allow victims of revenge porn or anyone whose intimate photos or videos are shared without their permission to sue the perpetrators.
The announcement comes amid a growing wave of fentanyl-related overdoses in Canada that some communities are describing as a public health crisis.
In December, after five years and seven months behind bars and at his 76th detention review, Abdirahmaan Warssama got word: he was finally getting out. He sat down with VICE News for his first interview since his release.
Airships — the dirigibles often referred to as Zeppelins, from the German aircraft that had their heyday in the 1930s — are seeing renewed interest from a number of companies around the world.
Kyle Lydell Canty has returned to the US from Canada after unsuccessfully applying for refugees status by saying he feared police violence against black people.
The weed delivery is a stunt by pot activist Dana Larsen. Justin Trudeau's Liberal government still plans to legalize marijuana, although Canada will be in contravention of international treaties when it does.
Laurentian University professor Dr. Michael Persinger required students in his psychology class to sign a “statement of understanding” that lists words that could be used in class. He called it a "tremendous recruiting tool."
Immigration Minister John McCallum insists 10,000 Syrians will be processed and ready for Canada by the end of 2015 — but it's not clear when they will actually arrive. “We are moving heaven and earth to get them here," he said.
An Act Respecting End-of-Life Care was adopted by Quebec in 2014 and became law on December 10. But it has been met with opposition from a coalition of doctors, and a disabled woman who challenged it in court.
The elusive group, feared in Nigeria for its brutality, has been exerting “undue influence over the Nigerian diaspora” in Canada, as well as engaging in organized crime and violence, police allege.
State prosecutors had sought the death penalty, but Hyeon Soo Lim’s lawyer asked the court to consider that he confessed to all charges and that he was a fellow Korean, the Associated Press reported.