Canadian opposition leader says he won't vote for election

TORONTO (AP) — The leader of one of Canada’s opposition parties said Wednesday he will not give Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “the election he is looking for.” New Democrat leader J...

Opposition push to set up probe could force Canada election

TORONTO (AP) — Justin Trudeau’s minority Liberal government said Monday an opposition push for an anti-corruption committee will trigger a vote that could force a fall election in Canada. ...

Canada police say who killed 9-year-old girl 36 years ago.

TORONTO (AP) — Canadian police announced Thursday that they have identified the person who killed a 9-year-old girl 36 years ago — a slaying for which another man was wrongly convicted. ...

Detained Canadians in China get rare consular access

TORONTO (AP) — The Canadian government said Saturday that China granted consular access to two detained Canadians in China for the first time since January. The Global Affairs depar...

Bars, indoor dining to close in Toronto amid virus surge

TORONTO (AP) — Canada’s most populous province is prohibiting indoor dining in restaurants and bars in Toronto and Ottawa and closing gyms and theaters as Ontario marked a record 939 new cases of the ...

Canada forms own probe into Iran downing of Ukraine plane

TORONTO (AP) — Canada is forming its own forensic examination and assessment team to examine evidence and information after Iran’s Revolutionary Guard shot down a Ukrainian jetliner in January, killin...

Quebec, Ontario in second COVID-19 wave; restrictions return

TORONTO (AP) — Quebec is returning to a stepped-up lockdown in two of its biggest cities and the premier of Canada’s most populous province said he’s looking at all options after Ontario reported a re...

Trudeau vows to to do 'whatever it takes' during pandemic

TORONTO (AP) — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government said Wednesday it will do “whatever it takes” to support the economy during the coronavirus pandemic as it presented the government’s...

Canada opposition party head tests positive for coronavirus

TORONTO (AP) — The new leader of Canada's main opposition party has tested positive for the coronavirus. The Conservative party announced late Friday that its leader, Erin O'Toole, ...

Canada extends U.S. border restrictions to Oct. 21

TORONTO (AP) — Canada is extending the agreement to keep the U.S. border closed to non-essential travel to Oct. 21 during the coronavirus pandemic. Public Safety Minister Bill Blair ...

Ex-journalist Freeland Canada’s 1st female finance minister

TORONTO (AP) — Former journalist Chrystia Freeland became Canada’s first female finance minister on Tuesday. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named Freeland to the job after Bill Morne...

Canada's finance minister resigns, will be OECD candidate

TORONTO (AP) — Canada's Finance Minister Bill Morneau says he is resigning from his post and leaving politics. Morneau said Monday he has put his name forward as a candidate to lead ...

Canada U.S border restrictions extended to at least Sept.

TORONTO (AP) — The Canada-U.S. border will remain closed to non-essential travel for at least another month, Canada’s public safety minister said Friday. The statement by Public Safe...

Trudeau says he didn't offer charity preferential treatment

TORONTO (AP) — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday he did not intervene to make sure a charity his family did paid work for would win a government contract. Trudeau...

Canada imposes stricter rules for Americans going to Alaska

TORONTO (AP) — Canada’s border agency is announcing stricter rules for Americans travelling through Canada to Alaska amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Canada Border Services Agency...