Justin Trudeau Says Government Will Apologize To Italian Canadians For Treatment During WWII

VAUGHAN, Ont. — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is committed to issuing a formal apology to Italian

Singh Rips Senators For Stalling Bills On Indigenous Rights, Sexual Assault

OTTAWA — NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says it’s a “travesty for democracy” that “unelected” senators are holding up legislation related

When And Where Is The Toronto Raptors Parade?

The Toronto Raptors are NBA champions for the first time ever, which means it’s finally time to plan the parade.

Toronto Raptors Fans Across Canada Ready For Game 6 Of NBA Finals

TORONTO — Fans from coast to coast are gearing up for the Toronto Raptors to play in Game 6 of

Brenton Tarrant, Man Accused Of Live-Streaming New Zealand Mosque Massacre, Pleads Not Guilty

The Australian man accused of killing 51 worshippers at two mosques in New Zealand in March pleaded not guilty to

Donald Trump Boasts About Meeting The 'Prince Of Whales' In The U.K.

It’s fair to say Donald Trump is no stranger to a diplomatic blunder. But the U.S. president took it to

Change In Ontario Law Creates Uncertainty For Service Dogs In Schools

Fifteen-year-old Cameron Cadarette was a C student, struggling to stay in school in Windsor, Ont. until Vincent came along. The

Justin Trudeau And Donald Trump To Meet In Washington To Talk Trade, Canadians Detained In China

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump are to discuss continental trade and their shared challenges

Canadian Volunteers Kidnapped In Ghana Have Been Rescued

Two young Canadian women who were kidnapped while volunteering in Ghana have begun their journey home after being rescued by

Trudeau Digs At Conservative Leader For Still 'Consulting' Harper

OTTAWA — In a rallying call to Liberal donors Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau painted the next election as a