ATTAWAPISKAT, Ont. — The chief of a remote First Nation says he hopes a planned meeting with Indigenous and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett will be the beginning of real change for Attawapiskat.
BAGHDAD — The U.S. has agreed to deploy more than 200 additional troops to Iraq and to send eight Apache helicopters for the first time into the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq, the first major increase in U.S. forces in nearly a year, U.S.
MANTA, Ecuador — Rescuers pulled three people out alive Monday after they had been trapped for more than 32 hours in the rubble of a shopping centre that was flattened by this weekend's powerful earthquake on Ecuador's coast.
SYDNEY, Australia — Actor Johnny Depp's wife Amber Heard pleaded guilty Monday to providing a false immigration document when the couple brought their two dogs into Australia last year, but she managed to avoid jail time over what was dubbed the "war on terrier" debacle.
OTTAWA — With almost 150 countries, including Canada, poised to sign the Paris climate agreement at the end of this week in New York, some of the world's biggest oil companies aren't convinced there's any end in sight for fossil fuel use.
HALIFAX — New Brunswick's recent decision to follow Ontario's lead by covering tuition for college and university students from lower income families has prompted student leaders to suggest it's the start of a trend decades in the making.