WINDSOR, Ontario (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who looks set to lose his majority after an Oct. 21 election, on Monday said he needed a strong government to continue standing up U.S.
Inspired by traditional throat singing and contemporary artists, these musicians offer a modern take on Inuit life. On April 1, 1999, the world’s attention turned briefly to the Arctic village of Iqaluit.
China’s foreign ministry issued an angry response on Monday to a Taiwan visit by former Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper, with Beijing saying it has made its displeasure known to Ottawa. Mr. Harper
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is not ruling out a possible coalition government if no party wins a majority of the seats in the Oct. 21 election. “My focus is on electing a progressive government and Conservative
Re-election was supposed to be a cakewalk for him. Yet missteps and an embarrassing revelation from the past have tarnished his credibility and raised doubts about his leadership. The release of photos