In this Aug. 21, 2021, image provided by the U.S. Air Force, US Airmen and U.S. Marines guide evacuees aboard a US Air Force C-17 Globemaster III in support of the Afghanistan evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. 

Canada faces criticism for its slow evacuation of Afghans who helped the government


Tanya, a naturalized Canadian citizen, has been trying to get her family relocated to Canada, or the US, for years. Unfortunately, her story is all too familiar for Afghans trying to get their family members out of Afghanistan.

A group of men, mostly white, march with a US flag along a bridge.

The Proud Boys right-wing group disbands in Canada

Erika Peterson, pictured in her first winter in Canada, left the US for Ottawa in 2018.

Some Americans fled to Canada when Trump won. Will a Biden presidency bring them home?

The Supreme Court of Canada is seen in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 4, 2019.

Do US-living descendants of tribes in Canada have rights north of the border?

Protestors hold up signs at a rally against a proposed Kinder Morgan oil pipeline expansion on Burnaby Mountain in 2014 in British Columbia. In late May, the Canadian government announced it would fund an expansion project for the Kinder Morgan Trans Moun

With pipeline decision, Canada’s Trudeau draws ire of environmental supporters

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This Canadian day care center re-creates ‘the spirit of a large family’ for kids and their single moms


At a publicly subsidized day care for the children of single mothers in Montréal, the objective is to take care not only of the children but also of the women.

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Canadian John Maguire in ISIS recruitment video

A Canadian jihadist calls for ‘lone-wolf’ attacks on domestic targets


An Ottawa man is calling on his Muslim countrymen to carry out lone-wolf attacks on targets inside Canada. John Maguire traveled to Syria to join ISIS in 2013. In a video released on Sunday, he encourages Canadians to perpetrate attacks in response to Canada’s participation on the US-led fight against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

Police officers inspect the area around the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa, where a Canadian soldier was shot and killed, on October 23, 2014.

Details emerge about the suspect in the Ottawa shooting, but not about potential terrorist ties


After the shooting and the lockdown in Ottawa, Canadian police have shared details about the suspected gunman: Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a Canadian citizen with a criminal record and a confiscated passport. But further information about his conversion to Islam and radicalization is still scarce.

Police guard Parliament Hill in Ottawa

Canada is rocked by shootings in and around the nation’s parliament building in Ottawa


Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, a reserve soldier in the Canadian Forces, was shot and killed in the first of two shooting incidents in Ottawa, Canada, Wednesday. A suspect is also confirmed dead while law enforcement officials have declined to say if they believe the suspect acted alone or with others.