It's President Biden's first trip to Canada as president. He and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are expected to discuss their concerns about the security crisis in Haiti.
Ever since frontman Win Butler was accused of sexual misconduct by several people in 2022, Arcade Fire's hometown scene has struggled with how to respond.
Canada's last captive killer whale died on Thursday at Marineland, according to local media. The orca, who has been in captivity since she was about 3 years old, was 47.
Ontario is one of the largest car producers in North America. But after years of job losses and plant closures, the Canadian province is now betting on electric vehicles to grow its auto sector.
A recent court case between two rival neighbors near Montreal boiled down to whether flipping someone off is considered a crime.
The announcement of a probe of possible Chinese influence in Canadian elections follows a newspaper report stating that China preferred to see Trudeau's Liberals re-elected in the 2021 election.
Nordstrom chief executive Erik Nordstrom said the Seattle-based retailer is exiting Canada because it does not see a realistic path to profitability for the business in the country.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the government's ban of TikTok on all government-issued mobile devices might be a first step to further action or that it might be it.
Both the U.S. and Canada have called off searches for three unidentified airborne objects shot down over North America. No debris has been found.
Polar bears in Western Hudson Bay — on the southern edge of the Arctic — are continuing to die in high numbers, a government survey has found. Females and bear cubs are having an especially hard time.
Police alleged Thursday that a Canadian man previously charged with murdering an Indigenous woman also killed three other women — two also confirmed to be Indigenous and one believed to be.
It's also now forbidden to bring newly acquired handguns into the country. "We have seen too many examples of horrific tragedies involving firearms," the Canadian prime minister said.
Government officials also confirmed Canada is dropping the vaccine requirement for people entering the country at the end of the month.
More than 500,000 customers in Nova Scotia and other Atlantic provinces lost power as the large post-tropical cyclone made landfall and damaged homes with strong winds and rain.
Hurricane Fiona pounded Bermuda with heavy rains and winds early Friday as it swept by the island on a route forecast to have it approaching Canada late in the day as a still-powerful storm.