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Trudeau continues campaign after threats to his safety

Canada PM’s rival stresses threats against political leaders have no place in democracy.

Crunch Japan-Scotland World Cup match gets go-ahead

Fans encouraged to arrive at stadium as early as possible.

Trudeau receives security threat, dons bulletproof vest

Liberal Party declines to comment on reports of threat on Canada's PM.

Namibia-Canada World Cup match cancelled after typhoon

Fans advised to not travel to Kamaishi or the venue.

World Rugby advise fans not to travel for Namibia-Canada match over...

Namibia and Canada are both looking to get their first win on the board in their final match of the tournament.

Trudeau accuses top rival of planning to cut taxes for millionaires,...

Canadian PM is striving to gain support before Oct 21 election.

Canadian father sues Japanese firm for paternity leave harassment

The long-time Japan resident claimed he was sidelined, eventually fired after exercising his right.

‘Unbelievable’ humidity no sweat for imperious All Blacks

New Zealand score 9 tries en route to handing Canada 63-0 spanking in extreme heat.

Huawei CFO’s lawyers seeking documents to prove her rights were violated

If the documents prove Canadian officials abused their authority, Meng’s extradition proceedings should be halted.

Seven-try Italy overwhelm Canada

Italians rested several players for crunch games against New Zealand and South Africa.

Huawei exec in Canada seeks to quash extradition

Evidence presented by lawyers could help Wanzhou in extradition case.

Trudeau resumes campaign as polls show damage from blackface photo

Survey polls suggest that the photos have impacted public opinion of Justin Trudeau.

Huawei CFO awakens Canadians to long, strong arm of China

Trudeau refuses to interfere in Meng's extradition, leaving it to the law.

Battered Trudeau gets brief reprieve amid Canada blackface scandal

Canadian public reaction to the images has been mixed and it was too early to say whether the scandal will shift votes ahead of an Oct 21 election.

Weird jokes, offbeat attire trip up Canada’s Trudeau again

The scandal could sink his chances of re-election in the Oct 21 national vote.

Celine Dion returns to Canada for world tour

Celine says she was inspired to create music after her husband's death.

Canada’s Trudeau apologises for dressing up in brownface in 2001

Justin Trudeau says he should've known better than to put on the offensive makeup.

Natalie Portman joins Hollywood space race with ‘Lucy in the Sky’

Natalie Portman grew up dreaming of going to space.

Canada again sails warship through sensitive Taiwan Strait

Canada denies it chose the route to challenge the territorial claims of other nations.

‘IT Chapter Two’ racks up US$91.1 million to top box office

Three-day total falls below original "It," with its frighteningly impressive US$123 million opening in 2017.

Andreescu ‘not done yet’ after Grand Slam breakthrough

Andreescu has jumped to a career-high fifth in the world rankings after her US Open triumph.

Scarlett Johansson unveils ‘Jojo Rabbit’, ‘Marriage Story’ in Toronto

‘JoJo Rabbit’ is being billed as an ‘anti-hate satire’

Canadians embrace #SheTheNorth after Andreescu’s win

The hashtag #SheTheNorth shot to the top of Canada's trending topics on Twitter, as social media users reimagined the slogan used by the Toronto Raptors.

Canada takes China to WTO over canola ban

Canada raised concerns at the WTO General Council in May about the ban that has compounded already strained relations.