Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is concerned by the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The Opposition questioned the government on Monday over its response to the journalists alleged slaying.
The president of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police says it is highly unlikely there will be big crackdowns on illegal cannabis stores on the first day of legal recreational marijuana.
Conservative House leader Candice Bergen says municipalities aren't ready for marijuana legalization because the Liberal government rushed the process. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says Ottawa could have helped the provinces more.
The US rapper, with his wife Kim Kardashian, presented Yoweri Museveni with a pair of Yeezy trainers.
President Trump is sending Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Saudi Arabia to find out what happened to journalist Jamal Khashoggi. It comes after a phone conversation with the Saudi king.
Mounir El Motassadeq, a friend of the September 11 hijackers who was sentenced to 15 years in a German prison in 2007 for being an accessory to mass murder, was deported to his native Morocco on Monday (October 15). Matthew Larotonda reports
One year after #MeToo went viral and turned into a movement reaching millions of people in multiple countries, survivors of harassment and sexual assault around continue to speak out about their experiences. #MeToo #TimeIsUp #US #ElisaMilano #AnaK...
Investors fear Italy's big spending plans could create a new euro zone debt crisis - only much worse than when the world was just worried about Greece, a much smaller economy.
As Canadians prepare for the legalization of recreational cannabis this week, 24 students are becoming the first in the country to get formal credentials in growing pot.
Prime Minister Theresa May gives an update on the latest in Brexit negotiations in the House of Commons - much to the amusement of the opposition.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says heavy losses for her conservative allies in a Bavarian state election showed that voters had lost trust in government and promised to fight to regain it. Francesca Lynagh reports
A year after the death of Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie, cover bands across Canada are performing to honour his legacy. The lead singer of Ontario band the Artificially Hip says hes not aiming to do an impression of Downie.