Canada

Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore speaks next to images of Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson

Canada Police Surround Home In Search For Stabbing Suspect

It's not clear if the remaining fugitive, Myles Sanderson, is inside the house. Police said they believed he was in a different part of the country.

 | By Associated Press

A police officer walks through the scene of a stabbing in Weldon, Saskatchewan

Canadian Police: 1 Suspect In Stabbings Has Been Found Dead

The discovery of the body came on the second day of a massive manhunt for the pair, who are suspected of carrying out a series of stabbings.

 | By Maura Sirianni and Associated Press

Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore and Regina Police Chief Evan Bray.

Stabbings In Canada Kill 10, Wound 15; Suspects At Large

Police say some of the victims appear to have been targeted by the suspects, but others appear to have been attacked at random.

 | By Associated Press and Newsy Staff

NBA Logo.

Report: Unvaccinated NBA Players Will Be Banned From Playing In Canada

The same restrictions were in place throughout the 2021–22 NBA season.

 | By Newsy Staff

Pope Francis meets indigenous Canadians

Pope Francis Visits Site Of Native Abuse In Canada To Apologize

Pope Francis is on a week-long visit to Canada that centers on an apology.

 | By Mimi Mees and Amber Strong

Pope Francis kisses hand to Canadian Indigenous woman.

Pope Lands In Canada, Set For Apologies To Indigenous Groups

On Monday, the pope is meeting with residential school survivors in Maskwacis, where he is expected to deliver an apology.

 | By Associated Press and Newsy Staff

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Canada To Cap Handgun Sales, Ban Possession Of Assault-Style Weapons

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the new legislation after mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York this month.

 | By Associated Press

A camper is towed away by authorities clearing a trucker protest that was aimed at COVID-19 measures

Canada Lawmakers Extend Emergency Powers For Truck Protests

The prime minister said the powers were still needed despite police ending the occupation of the nation's capital by truckers over the weekend.

 | By Associated Press

Police move in to clear downtown Ottawa, Canada, near Parliament Hill

Canada Police Push Back COVID Protesters In Bid To End Siege

At least 100 people had been arrested, mostly on mischief charges, and nearly two dozen vehicles had been towed.

 | By Associated Press

Police confront protesters in Canada

Canada's COVID-19 Protesters Brace For Police Crackdown

Ottawa police are giving warnings for protesting truckers to clear Parliament Hill or risk arrest.

 | By Associated Press

A police officer speaks with a trucker as he distributes a notice to protesters

Truckers Protesting In Canada End Last U.S. Border Blockade

Ottowa police were handing out leaflets Wednesday warning truck drivers to leave immediately or risk arrest.

 | By Associated Press

Animals in crates being rescued

Hundreds Of Rescued Animals From Afghanistan Land In Canada

Charlotte Maxwell-Jones and Kabul Small Animal Rescue spent months planning the animals' 65-hour journey.

 | By Stephanie Liebergen

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Canada's Trudeau Invokes Emergency Powers To Quell COVID-19 Protests

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is invoking the Emergencies Act, which gives the federal government broad powers to restore order.

 | By Associated Press

The words "Freedom Convoy 2022" on a semi-truck in Canada

Ontario To Drop Proof-Of-Vaccination Requirement Amid Protests

The premier of the Canadian province said people won't have to show proof of vaccination to get into restaurants, gyms and other places.

 | By Associated Press

Protester is arrested by Canadian police

Key U.S.-Canada Bridge Reopens As COVID-19 Protest Persists

The Ambassador Bridge has reopened after being blocked last week by demonstrators protesting COVID-19 mandates in Canada.

 | By Kellan Howell and Associated Press

A protester holds a sign

Police Arrest Protesters Who Remained At U.S.-Canada Bridge

It was not immediately clear when the bridge might be opened but Windsor’s mayor said he hoped it would be Sunday.

 | By Associated Press

A protester attempts to speak with police officers.

Canada Border Blockade Clearing Peacefully As Police Move In

Police continued to back people away from the bridge, and there were no visible physical confrontations.

 | By Newsy Staff and Associated Press

Truckers and supporters block the access leading from the Ambassador Bridge

Canadian Judge Orders An End To Blockade At U.S. Border Bridge

Since Monday, drivers mostly in pickup trucks have bottled up the Ambassador Bridge over the U.S.-Canadian border in protest.

 | By Associated Press

Police barricade in front of Canadian convoy protesting COVID-19 mandates

COVID-19 Protests In Canada Disrupt U.S. Auto Production

Protests against vaccine mandates have created a blockade at the U.S.-Canadian border, disrupting the flow of auto parts to production plants.

 | By Associated Press and Darren Cunningham

Canadians protest COVID-19 mandates

COVID-19 Protests Impact Border Trade Between Canada, U.S.

The so-called Freedom Truck Convoy protesting COVID-19 mandates has partially blocked the busiest shipping bridge between the U.S. and Canada.

 | By Associated Press and Adi Guajardo

People along the street and truckers protest Canada's COVID-19 mandates

'Freedom Convoy' Results In State Of Emergency In Ottawa, Canada

The mayor's declaration comes as protesters opposed to COVID-19 restrictions continue to paralyze Ottawa's downtown.

 | By Associated Press

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau receives his COVID-19 vaccine booster shot

Canadian Prime Minister Tests Positive For COVID-19

Justin Trudeau says he is "feeling fine" and will continue working remotely.

 | By Associated Press

Canadians protesting measures taken by authorities to curb the spread of COVID.

Thousands Protest COVID Mandates and Restrictions In Canada

A top Parliament security official advised lawmakers to lock their doors amid reports their private homes may be targeted.

 | By Associated Press

Security guards patrol near the logos for the Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics

Canada Joins Allies In Beijing Olympics Boycott

Rights groups have called for a full-blown boycott of the Winter Games, citing Chinese human rights abuses and suppression of democratic protests.

 | By Associated Press

People line up for the Canadian general election.

Canadians Vote In Election That Could Oust Prime Minister Trudeau

Trudeau is riding the wave of his COVID response and high vaccination rates but polls show him in a tight race with Conservatives.

 | By Associated Press and Emily Grossberg

A car heads into the U.S. from Canada at the Peace Arch border crossing in Blaine, Wash.

Canada Opens Land Border To Americans

The border has been shut down for more than a year because of COVID.

 | By Eliana Moreno

Canada's Jessie Fleming, right, celebrates scoring the opening goal from the penalty spot during a women's semifinal match.

Canada Upsets U.S. In Women's Soccer Semifinal

The United States already advanced further in Japan than in the Rio Games, when the team was eliminated in the quarterfinals by Sweden.

 | By Associated Press

Vehicles entering into Canada from the United States.

Canada To Reopen Border To Fully Vaccinated Americans On August 9

Officials said Canada's borders will be open to the rest of the world on September 7.

 | By Robin Dich and Associated Press

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Vaccinated Americans To Be Able To Enter Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says nonessential travel should be allowed next month.

 | By Associated Press

A car heads into the U.S. from Canada at the Peace Arch border crossing.

Families Separated By Canada-U.S. Border

Families have been separated since the beginning of the pandemic.

 | By Robin Dich