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Amid bipartisan condemnation of his embrace of a longtime U.S. enemy, Trump at first sought to end 27 hours of recrimination by delivering a rare admission of error Tuesday.
Members of the Thai youth soccer team who were trapped in a cave have left the hospital where they have been treated since their rescue.
An adventurous feline has been rescued after getting trapped in an underground pipe in Kamloops, B.C.
The company argues it has “no liability of any kind” to survivors or families of slain victims
They’re concerned about Canada’s apparent unwillingness to come to the aid of Monika Schaefer
Strong words come one day after a controversial summit between Putin and Trump in Finland
“An explosion occurred near the shoreline hurling hot lava rocks towards the boat and injuring several passengers.”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’s asked Transport Minister Marc Garneau to find solutions in Greyhound Canada’s absence.
Four Mounties approached a troubled Robert Dziekanski at the airport in 2007 and, within minutes, jolted the man several times with a Taser.
Former U.S. President Barack Obama Monday praised Kenya’s president and opposition leader for working together but said this East African country must do more to end corruption.
A favourite of the Republican legal establishment, Kavanaugh, 53, is a former law clerk for retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.
“Shameful,” ”disgraceful,” ”weak,” were a few of the comments. Makes the U.S. “look like a pushover,” said GOP Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee.
“An explosion occurred near the shoreline hurling hot lava rocks towards the boat and injuring several passengers”
The two leaders arrived Monday at Helsinki’s presidential palace for a long-awaited summit
Asked the queen’s view on Brexit, Trump said: “She said it’s a very complex problem.”
The Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales in June were down 10.7 per cent compared with a year ago.
Toronto Police did not announce they were boosting police presence until journalists began calling Thursday morning