Asylum seekers to be turned back at U.S. border, prime minister says

OTTAWA — Asylum seekers crossing into Canada on foot from the U.S. will be turned back as part of the border shutdown between the...

‘Some days I get very depressed:’ seniors discuss isolation during the pandemic

Jackie Potter cannot stop thinking about her five dead children. The 60-year-old lives alone in Hamilton with nothing to do during the pandemic. So she...

High school teachers plan one-day walkout in 10 Ontario school boards

TORONTO — High school teachers in 10 school boards across Ontario will hold a one-day strike next week — the third in a series...

Canadian election observers arrive in Ukraine amid fears of Russian meddling

OTTAWA — The first waves of Canadian election monitors have arrived in Ukraine, as fears rise over Russian meddling in the March 31 presidential...

Leadership race or no, Tories will hold Liberal government to account: Scheer

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the fact his party is now in a leadership race doesn’t mean the Liberal government will get a...

Ontario reports 383 new COVID-19 cases, 34 more deaths

TORONTO — Ontario is reporting 383 new cases of COVID-19 today, and 34 more deaths. The new cases represent a jump after several consecutive days of fewer than...

McKenna concerned global politics may keep Paris agreement rules at bay

OTTAWA — Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says Canada will be ready to up its emissions-cutting game when the Paris climate-change agreement kicks in. McKenna is...

Trudeau says he had “cordial” conversation with Jody Wilson-Raybould

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he spoke with former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould last week about a way forward following her allegations he politically...

Internal government docs raise new questions about approval of 737 Max

OTTAWA — Internal government documents about the Boeing 737 Max are raising new questions about Canada's aircraft approval process. The documents, made public at a...

Ford plans to form special committee to probe province’s fiscal situation

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford says his government plans to strike a special committee to further investigate Ontario's fiscal situation in light of a...