Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has touted Canada's openness in the past, but the recent surge in asylum seekers has critics calling out his earlier message even as he stresses that Canada's laws will be upheld along the U.S. border
An outbreak of West Nile virus is projected to hit Ontario hard, researchers say, with more than 330 cases possible this week or next
The escape of thousands of Atlantic salmon into the Pacific has scientists and fish farmers concerned about the potentially detrimental impact on the local salmon population and other marine life
Hamilton Judge Bernd Zabel, who wore a "Make America Great Again" hat after Donald Trump's victory, is facing a disciplinary panel following a slew of complaints about what he acknowledged to be judicial misconduct
Donald Trump's penchant for changing his tune wasn't a secret, but his drastically different public appearances — from strictly following the Teleprompter to brash, unfiltered tangents — have many people concerned
Campaigners in Poland are worried about the future of one of Europe's last primeval forests, as the Polish government defies an EU order to stop logging there.
A Manitoba man built a First World War-style trench in his yard in order to preserve the history of Canadian soldiers' contributions and sacrifices during the war
Medical experts are warning against eating placenta, citing a lack of evidence supporting its benefits in addition to the absence of regulations for it in Canada