Bye-bye, Uncle Sam: This is where Americans go when they renounce their citizenship
The US is still the top destination for immigrants, but plenty of Americans are leaving too.
Icy and that's OK: Leaders from Canada-US-Mexico revive Three Amigos image for cameras
Did Obama, Pena Nieto and Harper get any real work done at the so-called Three Amigos summit? If they did, they didn't tell us about it.
Obama lunches in Mexico, business is served
NAFTA refreshments and the Trans-Pacific Partnership are on the menu when Obama meets Canada's Stephen Harper and Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto, while immigration and gang wars simmer.
2 sexy Sochi ads with a pro-gay message
These commercials bring the hotness, no matter which team you play for.
Rob Ford wants rainbow flag removed from Toronto's city hall
Many Canadian cities are flying a rainbow flag to support LGBT athletes in Sochi at the Winter Games, but Rob Ford said a Canadian flag would be better.
Drilling for water on the moon possible within 5 years, Canadian company says
Drilling for water on the moon within five years possible, say developers of space drill, who predict resulting economic space race.
8 celebrities who have been deported (Listen up, Biebs)
Don't worry, Justin. If you end up being deported, you're in good company.
White House says it will review petition to deport Justin Bieber
The White House says it will respond to a petition on deporting Justin Bieber after it passed 100,000 signatures Wednesday.
These are the 29 foreign nationals executed in the US since 1976
US authorities failed to inform all but one of the arrested foreign nationals of their right to seek consular assistance, violating the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.
New Rob Ford video shows mayor ranting, swearing in Jamaican accent
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says what he does on his own time is nothing reporters should worry about.
Assisted suicide case ends in American woman's release from Canadian jail
Linda Jean McNall and her mother, Shirley Vann, were broke and sick when they drove from Arizona to Alberta to end their lives.
It’s a cold, cold world: The lowest temperatures ever recorded on Earth
Sure, North America is cold right now. But our planet can get a lot colder.
Toronto: Ice storm leaves hundreds of thousands without power in Canada's largest city
A major ice storm has left parts of Quebec and Ontario with dangerous road conditions, travel delays and power outages.
Ice storm knocks out power for 445,000 in Ontario and Quebec
Officials say the heat and the lights won’t come back on for many homes until after Christmas.
Canada's prostitution laws struck down by Supreme Court as unconstitutional
Supreme Court of Canada strikes down laws banning street solicitation, brothels and living off the avails for putting sex workers in harm's way.
Rob Ford takes heat for bizarre dance break in council meeting (VIDEO)
Still in the throes of a crack cocaine scandal, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford put his dancing shoes on and cut a rug in a bizarre dance break during Tuesday's city council meeting.
Pam Anderson, Sam Simon offer $1M to end seal hunt in Newfoundland (VIDEO)
Actress Pamela Anderson, Hollywood producer Sam Simon land in Newfoundland with oversize check, goal of ending seal hunt.
Helicopter rescues stranded crane operator as fire rages below (VIDEO)
Trapped crane operator in Kingston, Ont., Canada, forced to flee to end of crane arm as flames raged around him.
Canadian man to give away $40 million lottery win to charity
“I’m fortunate enough that I’ve done well for myself … financially. I don’t need the money."
Mayor Rob Ford faces libel lawsuit from Toronto Star reporter (VIDEO)
Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale says crack-smoking Mayor Rob Ford all-but accused him of being a pedophile.
Russia using military might to stake claims on North Pole, energy reserves
Russian President Vladimir Putin orders military to reassert presence in Arctic, prompting Canada to say it needs to defend one of it own: Santa Claus.
Canada Post eliminates home delivery, raises stamps to $1 to avoid billion-dollar deficit
Facing a staggering pension deficit and a continued shift to digital technology, Canada announced it would stop delivering the mail to your doorstep. Could the United States be far behind?
WestJet airline surprises passengers with Christmas gifts (VIDEO)
WestJet's heart-warming Christmas video is already a hit for the Canadian airline as it nears 30 million views.
It's 'Suspended Coffee Day'!
You might not know what that is, but it's awesome.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford may have offered $5,000 and a car for crack video
New wiretap evidence released Wednesday places Mayor Rob Ford at a suspected Toronto crack house looking for drugs.
Canada wants the North Pole for its own
Prime Minister Harper's office said, 'Canada is in the process of securing its sovereignty over the north.'
4 soldier suicides in a week have Canada reeling
Army psychiatrist says Canada should expect more suicides as soldiers return home from Afghanistan.
This 23-year-old from Cambridge, Mass. might win Arabs Got Talent
Meet Jennifer Grout, she can't speak Arabic but she sure can sing it.
Vancouver bans doorknobs to help the elderly, disabled
The notion of 'turning the doorknob' may one day go the way of 'rolling down the window.'
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford gets 2,200 phone calls
"You all want to strip me of my authority as mayor of Toronto? So I can’t answer these 2,200 calls?"
Council votes to strip disgraced Toronto Mayor Rob Ford of his budget, most powers (VIDEO)
The Toronto City Council voted Monday to take away disgraced Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's budget and many of his powers.