Theresa May has become the first Prime Minister in history to implement the operation after the terror threat level was raised to 'critical'
A woman has claimed an Uber driver tried to keep her in a car against her will and drive her to another location
One of the President's campaign pledges was to remove the trade agreement
Emergency services attended the scene at Kilborn Place in Saskatoon, as they believe an explosive device blew up
A man killed a passenger on a bus in front of several witnesses and then proceeded to eat part of his body, despite this he has been released without charges
An amber alert has been issued after the car was left running outside the family home
Rights for the 2026 World Cup are currently up for grabs and America is the favourite to win, but Fifa president Gianni Infantino has warned that they may be discounted from the race
Scientists were able to track the levels of urine in swimming pools by testing for an artificial sweetener which passed unaltered through the body
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation conducted an in-depth investigation into the DNA composites of several fast food chains in Canada
The President was quite calm on Twitter last night. Well, by his standards
Local paper La Presse made the claim, and a website has claimed the suspect was a fan of Donald Trump and far-right groups
The names of the suspects in the Canadian mosque attack have been confirmed by a court clerk, according to the Associated Press
The Canadian Prime Minister spoke out after the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre came under fire on Sunday night, killing six and injuring eight people
After Brexit and now Trump, you'd be forgiven for wanting to get away from this fair country of ours
Parachute, MapQuest’s editorial site, is holding a competition which offers one person $10,000 and 'an abundance of information and guidance about life in Canada'
Jon Holmes invited royal correspondent Richard Fitzwilliams to his show to reveal more about what happens on a royal tour
Physicists have been able to move information from one location to another, without physically sending anything between them
A review of studies from 55 global publications found that UK sex education is often overly scientific and 'out of touch'
The former Team GB ski jumper, who won the hearts of the nation with his performances at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Canada, is back in the limelight thanks to a new movie about his life…