BEIJING—China has sentenced a fourth Canadian citizen to death on drug charges in less than two years following a sharp
OTTAWA—Health Canada has approved the use of remdesivir to treat patients with severe symptoms of COVID-19. The federal agency says
Two senators and two prominent rights advocates are calling on the Canadian government to apply Magnitsky sanctions against Chinese officials
Former Ontario cabinet minister Michael Chan has told a Chinese state-owned publication that Beijing’s new Hong Kong national security law
Hoarding at the start of the pandemic didn’t stop with toilet paper and hand sanitizer—people also stockpiled $50 dollar bills.
OTTAWA—The federal government says it plans to slowly reopen Service Canada centres it shuttered in late March over public health
TORONTO—A report out today finds officers across Canada issued more than 10,000 tickets for alleged violations of anti-pandemic emergency measures.
OTTAWA—Ontario drivers are being told to stay on the lookout for military vehicles on the roads this week as hundreds
OTTAWA—A firearm−rights group is challenging the constitutionality of the Liberal government’s recent ban of many assault−style guns in Federal Court. The
OTTAWA—New Democrats joined forces with the governing Liberals to cut short debate Tuesday over how Parliament should function in the