'The fall of the comedy king': Canada hit by sexual harassment scandal
Papers in France focus on a growing sexual harassment scandal in Canada.
Canada meteor caught on home security camera
A meteor has burned up in earth's atmosphere over Canada, with the spectacular sight caught on a home security camera.
Canada celebrates 150th birthday with British royals
Thousands of revelers, British royals and even Bono are converging on Canada's capital on Saturday to celebrate the nation's 150th birthday with a massive party that will be held under a heavy security presence.
Prince Charles and Camilla kick off their Canadian tour
Britain's Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall, kick off their three-day tour of Canada in Iqaluit.
Trump vows to start NAFTA renegotiation talks
US President Donald Trump pledged Sunday to begin renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in upcoming talks with the leaders of Mexico and Canada.
USA's Naasz and Canada's Legere win ice races through Marseille
Cameron Naasz of the United States wins the Crashed Ice series opener in Mediterranean port of Marseille with Jacqueline Legere of Canada winning the women's race
Canada evacuates oil workers as wildfire spreads
Oil workers in Canada are being evacuated as wildfires spread north. The fires around the city of Fort McMurray are now heading towards the region's oil sands.
Is the Bank of Canada on hold for 2016?
The Bank of Canada may not be done with interest-rate cuts just yet. Seven of 19 economists in a Bloomberg survey predict the central bank will lower borrowing costs at some point in 2016, with the rest forecasting it will stay on the sidelines. The next decision is March 9. Pamela Ritchie speaks with Bloomberg's Bureau Chief in Ottawa, Theophilos Argitis for the details.