Canada is pushing to strengthen dispute resolution and modernise the WTO and has invited Australia, among others, to a meeting dubbed the "save the WTO summit".
- by Kirsty Needham
Canada's Senate voted unanimously to strip the former Nobel Peace Prize winner of the symbolic honour bestowed on her in 2007.
Goodbye, NAFTA. Hello, ‘USMCA.’ The deal has a new name, new rules for cars and trucks, and labour and IP protections.
- by Heather Long
Several other bears were killed in the days following the attack as more were drawn to the location by the scent of blood.
- by Rozina Sabur
A prominent former cabinet minister quit the party on Thursday to form his own right-leaning faction, focused on limited immigration and promoting free trade.
Canadians often boast that their 8891-kilometre boundary with the United States is the longest undefended border in the world. But tempers have frayed on at least one small stretch.
- by Alan Freeman