The Bank of Canada has unveiled a new commemorative $10 bank note to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation — and it will mark one of the few times Canadian woman and an indigenous Canadian been
Before President Donald Trump signed a sweeping executive order to roll back the Obama administration's climate legacy on Tuesday, the White House held a press call featuring a senior administration official.
The Trudeau government's decision to approve a Chinese takeover deal originally rejected in 2015 as too risky for national security marks a significant shift in Canada's approach to Beijing, and may encourage
With new data pointing to the problems young children face adapting to education, Canada's biggest school board wants to remind parents of their options, Caroline Alphonso explains Benjamin Kleiman, born
The foundation formed nearly a decade ago by the family of former media executive Allan Slaight is donating more than $12-million to improve the lives of Indigenous people across Canada. The Slaight Family
Crown lawyers in the Yukon are mounting a second prosecution against an aboriginal man whose mental state deteriorated so severely while in solitary confinement at a Whitehorse jail that he was found to
The night before the Toronto Caribbean Carnival's grand parade, a kaleidoscopic spectacle of feathered headpieces and glittering bustiers, revellers used to gather each year at Yonge-Dundas Square for