OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned a deadly attack in the French city of Nice on Thursday as a “heinous” act of terrorism, saying that the perpetrators “do not get to define Muslims.”
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OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the European Union's two top political leaders expressed faith in the American people today ahead of a presidential election whose outcome has major implications for global relations.
TORONTO - Ontario is reporting 934 new cases of COVID-19 today, and 10 new deaths due to the virus.
Health Minister Christine Elliott says 420 cases are in Toronto, 169 in Peel Region, 95 in York Region and 62 in Ottawa.
The province says it has conducted 35,621 tests since the last daily report, and has a backlog of 40,074.
TORONTO - Bob Young spent much of his life forging a career as a prominent golfer, but at 78 years old, Neil Young's brother has released his first song.
Ahead of the U.S. election on Nov. 3, the elder Young has unveiled “Hey America,” a folk song where he urges the nation to “give love a chance,” saying it's “the beacon of freedom.”
VANCOUVER - Testimony will continue today in the Meng Wanzhou court case in Vancouver.
The lawyers for the Huawei executive are trying to show her arrest two years ago was unlawful and she should not be extradited to the U.S. for alleged fraud.
Canada's main stock index edged lower in early trading, weighed down by losses in the financial and mining sectors a day after worries about global COVID-19 infections and U.S. stimulus talks sent stocks tumbling.
The S&P/TSX composite index was down 14.21 points at 16,065.34.
Health officials in Ontario and Manitoba are pointing to recent Thanksgiving celebrations as they continue to see high numbers of new COVID-19 infections despite strengthening restrictions in hot spot areas.
Scott Moe led his Saskatchewan Party into rare territory Monday winning a fourth straight majority for the longest-serving government in the country.
The centre-right party was elected or leading in more than 45 constituencies, comfortably more than the 31 needed to control the 61-seat legislature.
Spin Master Corp. says it has signed a deal to buy Rubik's Brand Ltd, owner of the Rubik's Cube.
The Toronto-based toy company is paying US$50 million.
The Rubik's Cube was invented by Erno Rubik in 1974 and launched globally in 1980.
The puzzle toy went on to become a phenomenon and sell hundreds of millions of units.
Restaurant Brands International Inc. reported lower third-quarter profits compared with a year ago as sales dropped due to the pandemic.