Officials in Michigan and Canada announced Friday that they have agreed to build a new bridge linking Detroit and Windsor, Ontario.
Police in Paris are searching for a self-proclaimed porn star suspected of killing and cutting up a university student in Canada, authorities in Montreal said Sunday.
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The world's second-largest country has a massive Atlantic coastline, and the best way to tackle its awesomeness is by car or campervan.
Five people were killed Saturday when two small planes collided in the air northeast of Saskatoon, Canada, officials said.
For Phillies prospect Phillippe Aumont, pitching one scoreless inning for Canada in the 2009 World Baseball Classic was unforgettable. It ranks among his proudest accomplishments, somewhere near being invited to big-league camp this spring.
Canada is ditching production of the penny, saying it costs more to make the coin than it's worth.
TransCanada will move ahead with part of the Keystone XL pipeline that will boost the flow of crude from the oil sands of Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast.
CNN Contributor LZ Granderson argues that many political buzz words have implied meanings.
In case you plan to see Wednesday's GOP debate, allow me to offer up some crib notes so you don't get lost.
Police report that a panel truck collided with a van carrying 13 passengers in Ontario, Canada.
At least 60 people are charged in connection with one of Canada's biggest pornography busts. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
When President Obama rejected the Keystone oil sands pipeline expansion last week, critics immediately sounded the China alarm.
Canadian police have charged a naval intelligence officer with leaking government secrets to "a foreign entity," the first time such charges have been laid under a secrecy law passed in Canada after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
The Keystone pipeline project is back in play as part of the payroll-tax cut debate, and Congressional Republicans say it would create jobs.
As the forests of the East changed this fall into their seasonal reds and oranges, a remarkable migration of birds headed south. About 30 million ducks, cranes and other species cross the U.S.-Canadian border each autumn day.
The State Department said Monday that e-mails it was required to release under a Freedom of Information Act request on a controversial pipeline proposal show only one side of the story and pledged to keep the approval process "transparent."
While many visitors to Canada -- especially those who think Canadians live under a permanent blanket of snow -- are surprised to learn that wine is produced in Canada, their suspicion is always tempered after a drink or two.
As the decision deadline on the controversial proposal to build a giant oil pipeline between Alberta, Canada, and Texas draws closer, activists and the company behind the project are ratcheting up their war of words.
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The battle over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would stretch 1,700 miles through six states, from Alberta, Canada, across the U.S. heartland, and into Texas to Gulf Coast refineries, is intensifying.
A controversial proposal to build a giant oil pipeline between Alberta, Canada, and Texas cleared a key hurdle Friday as the State Department said the project could be built without significant damage to the environment.
A charter flight crashed Saturday afternoon in Canada's Arctic, killing 12 people and injuring three others, officials said.
A motorist at the Victoria International Airport in Canada apparently lost control Friday and hit a picnic table occupied by seven cab drivers, seriously injuring three of them, said Cpl. Chris Swain of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
In an excerpt from "Ice Wars," CNN's Kaj Larsen travels to the Arctic Circle, a place of escalating tension and interest.
On a small, floating piece of ice in the Beaufort Sea, several hundred miles north of Alaska, a group of scientists are documenting what some dub an "Arctic meltdown."
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Catherine, visit Canada for their first trip abroad since their wedding.
Host nation Germany have begun the defense of their women's World Cup title with a 2-1 Group A victory over Canada in Berlin on Sunday.
Mail delivery across Canada came to an abrupt halt Wednesday after the corporation responsible for running the nation's postal service suspended its operations and locked out striking workers.
The U.S. open Gold Cup play on Tuesday night against Canada, and the champion of this regional tournament will earn an automatic berth to the 2013 Confederations Cup, an important World Cup tuneup.
There's only one sure cure for the raging Spanish hangover currently pounding in the temples of Bob Bradley's national team: a better night against Canada to open a tournament that the coach and his men have pointed toward all spring.
Netflix's first foray into international markets has been rough. Why? Blame Canada.
Five Libyan diplomats have been expelled from Canada after the department of foreign affairs determined that their behavior was "inappropriate."
Canada's air traffic controllers, who have a reputation for safety, can sleep at work. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
A man who was arrested on terror charges at a Toronto airport Tuesday was on his way to Somalia to join a militant group there, according to Canadian police.
Pakistan were indebted to an inspired bowling performance from their captain to survive a major scare from minnows Canada and maintain their 100 per cent record at the Cricket World Cup.
America's 4,000-mile border with Canada is poorly monitored and riddled with serious security vulnerabilities, according to a federal report released Tuesday.
BUFFALO -- With one rival dashed, Team Canada can now set its sights on another traditional foe at the World Junior Hockey Championships.
BUFFALO -- On Sunday night, Canadian fans who had made the trip across the border counted down the seconds at Buffalo's HSBC Arena, their team safely headed to a semifinal showdown against its archrival. Slowly the chants grew louder and louder: "We want the USA! We want the USA!"
Cold weather wreaks havoc in Canada stranding hundreds of drivers, and bitter temps linger across the Midwest, North.
Canadian police and military teams were working Tuesday afternoon to rescue about 300 people stranded after what a local official termed the most brutal storm to hit the Ontario region in 25 years.
Scrupulously silent in public but colorfully candid in person, the former head of Canada's spy agency didn't hold back in a meeting with a senior U.S. State Department official in July 2008. It was a meeting that he had assumed would stay private and the content classified.
"I would like to start off with sea monkeys first and see if I can keep those alive," the singer jokes
Canada, which is ending its combat mission in Afghanistan in July, on Tuesday announced "a new role" to play in the war-torn nation, with a focus on security, diplomacy, human rights and development.
America may be on the ropes, but its neighbor to the North wants everybody to know that, in contrast, it's doing just fine.
Connect the World viewers express what similarities Canada and the Ivory Coast share.
Once again, thanks to everyone who made connections between Canada and the Ivory Coast. We were quite amazed at the links you found between two countries that at first glance appear to be worlds apart.
Toy manufacturer Fisher-Price announced Thursday that it has recalled about 10 million toys because they were dangerous to children.
Key provisions of Canada's prostitution law were struck down Tuesday by an Ontario judge who said they endangered the people they were meant to protect.
Authorities in Ottawa, Canada, have made two terrorism-related arrests, a spokesman for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Wednesday.
An $8.5 million stimulus spending project to rebuild a little-used Montana border station is on hold because the station could become an outpost on a one-way street.
We're getting to the point where even good news comes wrapped in bad news.
From Ryan to Rachel, which Canadian-born star is your favorite?
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced Friday that Canada has paid off its share of Haiti's debt to all international financial institutions to help the impoverished island nation recover from January's 7.0 magnitude earthquake.
An earthquake rocks buildings and sends people fleeing into the streets in areas of Canada. CTV reports.
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Canadian opposition politicians go after the government over a media center with an artificial lake. From CBC.
The federal government has accepted Canada's offer of 3,000 meters -- or more than 9,800 feet -- of ocean boom to help combat the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, a State Department spokesman said Monday.
With many of their rivals on the ropes, Canada's major banks are nicely positioned to catapult into the top tier of U.S. financial institutions -- for the first time ever.
Spare the rod, period. That's what parents across the globe told us when we asked how they discipline their children.
The first shock in new eco-documentary "Dirty Oil" comes in the first few seconds when a question is asked: where does most of the U.S.'s oil come from?
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will head to Canada on Monday to meet with other G-8 leaders, to prepare for the Group of Eight summit in Canada in June, officials said.
With a wink of its eye, Canada brought to close the Winter Olympics by making fun of one the glitches that plagued the first week of the games.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- All the stars have aligned for this, the last stop on the hockey tour de force that will likely reach legendary proportions Sunday afternoon, when the U.S. and Canada face off with Olympic gold on the line.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The home crowd was content, and looking ahead. This one was in the bag. Canada was up 3-nil on a game-but-overmatched Slovakia club with another 14 minutes to play, but really, this one was over, right? If you were one of the many face-painted fans, it was time to get obnoxious, and maybe get some face-time on CTV. It was time to hope that Jarome Iginla would line up Slovakia's Zigmund Palffy and deliver some Iggy-on-Ziggy violence.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- When asked if could pinpoint Slovakia on a map, Team Canada defenseman Dan Boyle immediately blurted, "Umm, right next to the Czech Republic. I know it used to be part of Czechoslovakia, right? So I'll say close to the Czech Republic."
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The clock hadn't even ticked to :00 by the time the first pair of Canadian gloves hurtled into the air. The 15 players on the bench monitored the scoreboard clock to see when time officially ran out, because you couldn't hear the horn at Canada Hockey Place. You couldn't hear anything but a nation exult, rejoice at realizing a dream: a hockey gold medal right before their eyes.
WHISTLER, British Columbia -- If there were to be a bobsled episode of The Twilight Zone, the final two runs of the women's bobsled at the Whistler Sliding Centre Wednesday night would do well as inspiration: Canada, which had zero prior medals in women's bobsled, took gold and silver; the Germans, who had nabbed three of the six medals awarded at the two prior Games that had women's bobsled, went missing from the podium; the USA 2 sled ended up not only as the top American sled, but the third best in the world; and one of the world's best technical drivers crashed herself out of contention.
VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Gold to Kim Yu-na of South Korea, silver to Mao Asada of Japan, and a bronze for the ages to Canada's Joannie Rochette. That is E.M. Swift's prediction for the Ladies' figure skating title, the showcase event on a day which also features medals handed out in men's aerials, women's cross-country, Nordic combined, women's hockey and women's giant slalom.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- There was no stopping it. This big red wave came crashing down on the Russians Wednesday evening: One weapon after another, smart and tough, squeezing them for time and space. The big red wave kept rolling, playing less under pressure than with it -- welcoming it now -- pushed by the swell of pride from the thousands circling the ice and the arena and the city, too. Getzlaf, Boyle, Nash: The wave came at the Russians, pushed them under early, never allowed even the slightest bit of air.
On the 12-step road to recovery, they say the first task is to face and acknowledge reality. By that standard, Monday was a gilded day for Canada -- and I'm not talking primarily about the ice-dancing gold medal won by Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- How's this for anticipation? The Russian reporters here have been asking Canada about this match against Russia since Monday, when the home team still had to play Germany to get there. They've been asking Sidney Crosby: Are you disappointed that the dream final of Canada and Russia is going to happen much sooner? Crosby, of course, deflects, but once the brackets were decided, everybody realized just what was on. Yes, this is an earlier-than-expected meeting, but so was the Pittsburgh-Washington series last spring. That didn't make it any less epic.
United States vs. Switzerland, 3 p.m. Russia vs. Canada, 7:30 p.m. Finland vs. Czech Republic, 10 p.m. Sweden vs. Slovakia, 12 mid.
The headline on the front page of The Province newspaper says it all Monday: "Lost Weekend."
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- BLACK SUNDAY, ON ICE
It was first blood to the United States in their ice hockey rivalry with hosts Canada with a stunning 5-3 victory in their much-vaunted clash on Sunday night.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The buzz around town surrounding what's being dubbed "Super Sunday" is palpable. Team USA defenseman Tim Gleason got a taste of it the other day, when he was riding in a Vancouver taxicab, and his driver -- evidently not much of a Carolina Hurricanes fan -- struck up a conversation.
VANCOUVER, B.C. -- Obviously they didn't tell the whole story of Canada at the Opening Ceremonies of the XXI Olympic Winter Games. A casual viewer of the pomp a week ago might have assumed these few acres of snow, as Voltaire once described New France, were populated only by dance-crazed native peoples and enthusiastic fiddlers. Clearly VANOC slighted the huge proportion of the Canadian population that is of Scandinavian extraction.
I want to be careful how I say this, lest I come off as an arrogant American casting stones from a house of crystal. For the fact is, the U.S. has staged two of the least satisfying Olympics ever: The 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta, a festival of tastelessness that had all the atmosphere of spring break; and the 1980 Winter Games, which made "organized by Lake Placid" a gag line among international sports officials and press for years. But the list of glitches at these Olympics, already long, grew by two on Tuesday.
VANCOUVER -- Operating in front of the most impressive sea of red since Moses, Team Canada took the hard way and then the easy way to dispatch Norway at a giddy Canada Hockey Place in the opener of the hockey Armageddon known as the Olympics.
VANCOUVER, B.C. -- If you think watching a 12-1 blowout isn't fun, Natalie Darwitz will tell you playing in one isn't all that enjoyable either.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The long national nightmare ended at precisely 6:18 p.m. PDT on a soothing Sunday when a scoreboard at the bottom of Cypress Mountain flashed the final standings. Canada exhaled. The man who brought such relief is preternaturally upbeat fellow named Alexandre Bilodeau, a moguls skier who bumped his way down a 250-meter course and into the sporting history of his country.
Canada's Olympic home losing streak began July 18, 1976, a day after the opening ceremonies in Montreal, trudged depressingly through Calgary 1988 and now stands at 0-for-244 as an expectant nation awaits the lighting of the cauldron for the XXI Olympic Winter Games.
Representatives from G-7 member nations meet in northern Canada. CBC's Jay Legere reports
An Olympic security plan five years in the making is taking shape in Vancouver this week.
It's been two weeks since Russian Olympic coach Vyacheslav Bykov rattled the hockey world in the U.S. and Canada (especially the offices of the NHL) with his contention that he can add or subtract from his roster at any point between now and night before the tournament opens on February 16.
Team Canada takes on Team USA tonight at 7:30 pm (eastern) in Saskatoon for all the junior marbles. Here's how I see the game breaking down:
Canada has banned carry-on luggage for passengers bound for the United States. CNN's Louise Schiavone reports.
Now that it's official, and the 2010 U.S. Olympic women's hockey team has been named, is the pressure lifted or does it only get heavier from here?
Not even Franz Kafka could have dreamed this one up.
Canadian Grand Prix organizers have confirmed the race will be back on next year's Formula One calendar after reaching an agreement with supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
The Canadian government hopes to overturn a decision granting refugee status to a white South African who says he would face persecution at home, a spokesman for Canada's immigration minister said Friday.
South Africa is condemning Canada's decision to grant asylum to white a South African. CBC's Krista Erickson reports.
After competing in the 1984 Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, as a member of Team Canada, I made USA Today's quote of the day by commenting on the notion of pro hockey players participating in the Olympics. In 25 years, a lot has changed -- not the least of which is there is no longer a Yugoslavia and NHL stars now dominate the Games. My old opinion, and my published quote, have vanished.
A year ago, goaltending appeared to be the one position that was nailed down for the Canadians as they began their preparations for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Martin Brodeur was the returning hero from the 2002 gold medal team. Roberto Luongo was the heir apparent. And some lucky youngster would earn a coveted seat at Canada Hockey Place to watch all the action from the stands.
CALGARY -- The vox populi in the Calgary Herald decided Monday in a result often associated with Soviet elections that the esteemed Jarome Iginla should be the next Captain Canada, the man with the scarlet letter (on the white uniforms) when a hockey-daft nation plays in the Olympics next February in Vancouver.
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