Canadian police found Thursday the head from what is believed to be a woman's dismembered body in eastern Ontario province near Toronto, after retrieving a severed foot from the same river.
German leader Angela Merkel held talks Wednesday with her Canadian counterpart on a first-ever bilateral visit shadowed by eurozone fears and Ottawa's refusal to wade into relief efforts.
Canada's crackdown on immigration fraud has unwittingly snared a Portuguese man living in the country for 32 years who said Tuesday he is being deported over an administrative gaffe.
More than 200 policewomen and former cops have alleged sexual harassment on the job in a class action lawsuit against Canada's federal police force, with hearings beginning on Thursday.
Scientists said Friday they had developed a revolutionary "spray-on skin" treatment for venous leg ulcers -- a common ailment involving a shallow, open and stubborn wound on the ankle or lower leg.
A Canadian naval officer arrested this year for allegedly leaking secrets may also have compromised top level Australian, British and American intelligence.
About 15,000 Canadian students protested in Montreal on Sunday against rising tuition costs, with an eye toward rallying supporters against Quebec Premier Jean Charest in expected provincial polls.
Jessica Ghawi had escaped a mall shooting in Toronto weeks ago when an "odd feeling" led her outside, and then blogged about how fortunate she was.
Ontario Securities Commission filed quasi-charges to a businessman in alleged fraud involving Kazakhstan pension fund.
Canada issued a scathing retort on Thursday after Russia and China vetoed another UN resolution to pressure the Syrian regime to rein in its crackdown on a 16-month-old rebellion.
The mother of the Chinese student victim in the "Canadian Psycho" murder and dismemberment case says her "most unbearable pain" is that the killing is still watched online.
Canadian man and his German girlfriend are braving the Taliban to take a rickshaw on one of the world's most dangerous road trips to bring the circus to children in Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan.
Canadian police confirmed Wednesday that a head found in a Montreal park does belong to the Chinese student victim in the "Canadian Psycho" murder and dismemberment case.
Foreign strippers will no longer be permitted to bare their breasts and shake their booties in Canada, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney said Wednesday.
A one-time anorexic from Toronto turned world-class competitive eater clinched his fourth straight hamburger title in Washington on Tuesday on the eve of New York's iconic hot dog classic.
The first global forum on French kicked off in the Canadian province of Quebec Monday aimed at strengthening the language of Moliere in a world dominated by English.
People who were hit or spanked as children face higher odds of mental ailments as adults, including mood and anxiety disorders and problems with alcohol and drug abuse.
Kazakhstan's former Barys captain Kevin Dallman signed a contract with Saint-Petersburg SKA Hockey Club.
Nursultan Nazarbayev met with former Prime-Minister of Canada Jean Chretien who arrived in Astana for the 4th Congress of World Religions.
The hockey player asked for a four-year contract and the sum was quite large. That is why the decision was made not to extend the contract.
- Angela Merkel
- United States
- Great Britain
- pension fund
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East & Africa
- United Nations
- Nursultan Nazarbayev