A snap election that was supposed to be a show of strength has instead allowed opponents to highlight the prime minister’s weak points.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who called the snap election two years ahead of schedule, was repeatedly attacked by the other four candidates.
Protesters have harassed health care workers in three provinces, as well as politicians.
Heeding calls from Indigenous people, some places have canceled plans to mark the holiday, after hundreds of children’s remains were discovered at former boarding schools for Indigenous children.
Outrage over the video comes as Canada undergoes a national awakening about institutional racism, including among police forces.
Fifty years of patient advocacy, including the shocking discovery of mass graves at Kamloops, have secured once-unthinkable gains.
Closing the border last year was the right thing to do. But the situation has changed.
After a driver intentionally ran down and killed a mother, father, daughter and grandmother in Ontario, orphaning a boy, there were calls for action against Islamophobia.
The discovery of the remains of 215 children at the site of a defunct boarding school in British Columbia has rekindled discussion of a sinister time in Canada’s history.
Canada’s government has backed the pipeline owner in the dispute with Michigan’s governor, an ally of President Biden, complicating U.S.-Canadian relations.
In Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, health authorities have prioritized vaccinations for the homeless and other disadvantaged people to try to contain the pandemic.
Canada is the only G7 nation whose greenhouse gas emissions have increased since the Paris agreement. The main reason: its oil sands.
“The United States has no closer friend than Canada,” President Biden told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Mr. Biden’s first virtual meeting with a foreign leader.
The legislation, building on an assault weapon ban issued last year, would also make it easier to revoke gun licenses.
The Biden administration is working to recalibrate the relations between neighbors.
Legal pot has made Canadian justice a little fairer, with “heavily racialized” arrests for possession mostly ending. But vows on amnesty, illicit sales and Indigenous inclusion are works in progress.
Canadians welcome a renewed relationship with the United States after tolerating four years of insults and threats from the Trump administration.
Julie Payette was Canada’s official head of state, a high-profile but largely ceremonial role. She was accused of publicly humiliating employees.
While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shares the incoming president’s climate change agenda, the Canadian leader is also a pipeline proponent.
Some members of Parliament have lost government posts after traveling out of the country on tropical vacations and family visits, when people were asked to stay home.
Canada approved the same inoculation codeveloped by Pfizer that Britain authorized last week, and American regulators will consider on Thursday.
Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Kamala Harris both have warm ties to Canada, and are more in line with Canadian views on issues like climate change.
A battle over the lucrative lobster industry in Nova Scotia has become the latest flash point in a series of abuses of Indigenous people in Canada.
The prime minister promised dramatic actions to fix the economy and more as Parliament resumes. But rising coronavirus cases may temper his ambition.
E.U. leaders are still learning to navigate a world ever more dangerous for them, while relations with the United States grow more and more awkward.
The party, which has struggled to respond to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s liberal platform and personal popularity, hopes the new leader, Erin O’Toole, can change that.
The Canadian prime minister will testify before a Parliamentary committee. Will it raise more questions, or will he work his political magic and calm the frenzy?
Mr. Trudeau was invited to the meeting this week to celebrate the official start of a new trade deal. But as Canada’s coronavirus preventer-in-chief, he hardly could go, experts said.
Justin Trudeau has not had a haircut during the pandemic. Canadians are fascinated.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau struggled to find the words to answer a question about President Trump’s response to the protests roiling the United States.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the government had been in the process of introducing the ban when its agenda was overturned by the pandemic.
President Trump is pushing for the return of sports soon in the United States. Up in Canada, that’s not happening.
About 1,600 health care workers commute from Windsor, Ontario, to hard-hit Detroit, prompting concerns they will carry coronavirus infections back.
Canada’s prime minister has been a housekeeper and single parent to three children while running the nation, after his wife tested positive for the coronavirus.