If the Iraqi Parliament formally asks foreign troops to leave the country, Canada will withdraw its forces, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said today.
The City of St. John's and neighbouring municipalities, including Mount Pearl, Paradise and Conception Bay South, declared a state of emergency Friday as a massive storm system moves through the eastern part of Newfoundland and Labrador.
More than three decades after Teanna Elliot was found abandoned in a Calgary parking lot as a newborn, she has reconnected with her birth parents.
On top of the grief of having lost his brother when Flight PS752 was shot down in Iran, Masoud Pourjam is struggling with the challenge of resolving his affairs.
In a statement Friday, the National Council of Canadian Muslims and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, along with plaintiff Ichrak Nourel Hak, said they have filed a request to seek leave to Canada's top court.
According to a new study by the University of Calgary and the University of Montreal, you can tell a lot about how a cat is feeling from certain facial expressions.
Prashant Tiwari's family has waited seven years for their day in court. But when it was finally supposed to arrive, they learned there wasn't a single courtroom available in the Toronto area to hear their wrongful death case.
As anti-vaccination misinformation continues to persist online, an undercover Marketplace investigation provides a rare glimpse into inner workings of the movement.
A video game streamer sprung into action after he spotted a disturbing video on social media. He spent the next 24 hours tracking down evidence and providing it to police. The result was a Calgary woman being charged for allegedly assaulting a child.
British Columbia has lost its latest legal effort aimed at stopping the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and, for many in the province, the decision comes as a “disappointing” blow — and, for others, it’s “humiliation.”