Huawei Canada Remains Confident in Meng Wanzhou's Innocence
Canada sticking to stimulus plan despite debt rumblings, sources say
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board said it accepted the resignation of Chief Executive Mark Machin, a day after the Journal reported he had traveled to the...
IMF says Canada must justify post-pandemic stimulus spending, needs clearer fiscal anchor
Ottawa designated the far-right Proud Boys as a terrorist organization, weeks after the group’s alleged involvement in the storming of the U.S. Capitol.
Canada on Monday reported its first case of a coronavirus variant that emerged in South Africa that is believed to be more contagious than the original.
Canada blocked Chinese state-owned Shandong Gold Mining Co. from buying a gold mine in the Canadian Arctic as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces growing pressure to...
A Trump administration complaint is the first enforcement action pursued under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
Canada blocks bulk exports of some prescription drugs in response to Trump import plan
Canada to Prevent Distribution of Some Drugs Ahead of U.S. Rule