Music show: Multidisciplinary Canadian artist TiKA releases hotly anticipated debut LP
She's a beloved voice in the Canadian music industry. Multidisciplinary artist TiKA has a lot of tricks up her sleeve: singer-songwriter, DJ, model, film composer, actor and advocate for the empowerment of female artists. Earlier this year, she added another feather to her cap with the release of her hotly anticipated debut LP "Anywhere But Here", which is full of 1980s-inspired synth pop anthems.
Canadian diplomat: 'Hopeful' for immediate release of detained Canadians
As the trial of detained Canadian Michael Spavor is set to start on Friday in China, diplomats wait outside the court doors hoping to get access. Jim Nickel, from the Canadian Embassy in Beijing, tells reporters that they hope the trial leads to Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig's "immediate release".
Canadian creates spectacular snowshoe art after heavy snowfall
On frozen lakes and snow covered fields in Canada's wilds, magnificent geometric formations have suddenly appeared -- the work of a retired headmaster in snowshoes seeking to beat pandemic doldrums with art. Kim Asmussen started last year and has so far made 20 snowshoe artworks in and around the town of Schreiber, Ontario -- about 1,200 kilometres (750 miles) northwest of Toronto
Abducted couple found alive in Mali after 15 months in captivity
The Canadian-Italian couple went missing while traveling through Burkina Faso, where armed militants with links to "Islamic State" and al-Qaida are active. It's not known who was responsible for their abduction.
Canadian marijuana stocks jump on report Diageo discussing deal
Marijuana stocks including Aurora Cannabis Inc. jumped in Toronto after BNN Bloomberg TV reported Diageo Plc is holding discussions with at least three Canadian cannabis producers about a possible deal.
North America's most unaffordable city has a wage problem
A new study of home prices and earnings across more than 100 major U.S. and Canadian metropolitan areas shows Vancouver in an ignominious class of its own.
Canada vows to retaliate if Trump imposes tariffs
Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove reports on the reaction of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Canadian business community to President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs.
'Not appropriate' for Bieber to tour China - state official
It is not appropriate for Canadian pop star Justin Bieber to visit China because of his bad behavior, a Chinese state office has said.
Eight people flee U.S. border patrol to seek asylum in Canada
Eight asylum-seekers, including four children, barely made it across the Canadian border on Friday as a U.S. border patrol officer tried to stop them.