Proliferation talks fail over Mideast nuke plan

Nuclear non-proliferation talks ended without agreement on Friday after the United States, Canada and Britain opposed a plan to set up a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East.

Canada to hold conference over jihadist youth fears

Canada is to hold a national conference next month to discuss ways of preventing young people from pursuing jihadism following the arrest of 10 youths attempting to join the Islamic State group, officials said Wednesday.

DNA: Analysis of traffic system of Vancouver, Canada

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10 arrested in Canada over attempt to join IS: Police

Canadian police arrested 10 young people as they allegedly tried to leave the country to join the Islamic State group, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Tuesday.

Canadian police arrest 10 youths for wanting to join Islamic State

Canadian police arrested 10 youths at Montreal's Trudeau International Airport last weekend after suspecting them of wanting to go to Iraq and Syria to join the Islamic State group.

Wiggins leads NBA all-rookie team
Wiggins leads NBA all-rookie team

Canada`s Andrew Wiggins, the 2014-15 NBA Rookie of the Year, headlines this season`s NBA all-rookie team, the league announced Monday.

Last year`s first overall draft pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers was the lone unanimous choice totalling 130 first-team votes.

Canada to retaliate against US over labeling

Canada is to pursue retaliatory trade measures against the United States over what it says are discriminatory labeling practices, following a win Monday before the World Trade Organization.

Canada, Russia set up final clash at worlds

Canada beat the Czech Republic to clinch a date in Sunday`s ice hockey world championship final with defending champions Russia who saw off the USA 4-0.

Canada plans to cut emissions by 30% by 2030

Canada has announced plans to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030 amid international efforts to create a new framework for addressing climate change.

Canada high court rules Guantanamo ex-inmate a child offender

Canada`s high court Thursday rejected Ottawa`s bid to treat former Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr, who was just 15 when he was captured on an Afghan battlefield, as an adult criminal.

Soldier`s friendly fire Iraq death a `tragic` mistake: Canada

Kurdish allies` friendly fire killing of a Canadian special forces soldier in Iraq in March was a "tragic case of mistaken identity," a Canadian military investigation concluded Tuesday.

Two sex assault charges against Canada radio host dropped

Canadian prosecutors withdrew two out of seven sexual assault charges against syndicated radio host Jian Ghomeshi on Tuesday, saying there was no prospect of a conviction.

US sports rank most homophobic among six English-speaking countries: Survey
US sports rank most homophobic among six English-speaking countries: Survey

Homophobia in sports is worse in the United States than in other English-speaking countries and globally is more acute in team sports than other parts of society, according to a survey released on Saturday.

Canadian man claims triple homicide on Facebook

 Canadian police were investigating Friday what appeared to be a murder-suicide after a man announced on Facebook that he had killed his daughter, wife and sister, before burning himself to death.

''Child soldier'' Omar Khadr asks Canadians for one chance

In his first public appearance after 13 years of imprisonment, "child soldier" Omar Khadr, captured in Afghanistan at the age of 15, thanked the citizens of Canada for their understanding and said "give me a chance and you will be surprised", Efe news agency reported.

Canada police announce 41 arrests in child porn probe

Canadian police announced today the arrest of 41 people in Canada and the United States for child pornography distributed through social media in 17 countries.

New leftist Alberta leader seeks to reassure energy sector

 The new leftist leader of Canada`s oil-rich Alberta province sought to reassure energy investors Wednesday, saying she would work with industry to plan cuts to greenhouse gas emissions and on taxation.

Mathias Ahrens joins office as women's hockey team coach
Mathias Ahrens joins office as women's hockey team coach

The Indian women hockey team's long wait for a chief coach is finally over as Mathias Ahrens of Canada formally took over the reigns of the side at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium on Tuesday.

Dutch polar explorers likely drowned: Canada police

Two Dutch explorers studying melting Arctic sea ice have apparently drowned after falling through thin ice, police said Monday.

Canadian prime minister visits Iraq as bombings kill 30

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a surprise visit today to Iraq, pledging to continue Canada's support for the battle against the Islamic State group as bombings across the country killed at least 30 people.