Cuba defections continue during World Cup soccer qualifying in Canada
Cuba plays Canada in World Cup soccer qualifying with just 11 men; coach admits players left team.
Justin Bieber sex tape? Singer says he had "personal footage" stolen
Justin Bieber has had some "personal footage" stolen by unknown thieves, leading to speculation it's a sex tape.
Montreal rattled by 4.5 magnitude quake
Montreal experienced a mild earthquake Wednesday morning.
Simon Cho, US speed skater, admits to sabotage
Simon Cho admitted to sabotaging a Canadian athlete's skates before the World Championships.
Human leg found in Vancouver waterway
Owner of the severed leg has yet to be identified, Vancouver police say
New Jersey bus crash injures 23 tourists from Canada (VIDEO)
Bus headed from Toronto to Brooklyn slides down freeway embankment in Wayne, New Jersey.
Canada's 77-year-old "black widow" charged with attempted murder (VIDEO)
Millie Weeks, also known as Melissa Friedrich, was arresed in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia on Monday after her current husband was hospitalized.
Missing maple syrup worth $20 million recovered
Police found 10 million pounds of maple syrup that was stolen from a St-Louis-de-Blandford warehouse in Canada.
Justin Bieber vomits on stage (VIDEO)
Justin Bieber gave Glendale, Arizona, "Beliebers" an extra special show on Saturday night, as the 18-year-old pop star turned his back to the audience and vomited on stage.
Masked Avengers crank call Ban Ki Moon in plea for NHL hockey
Radio shock jocks Masked Avengers prank UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, ask for help with NHL strike.
Canadians the most well educated adults in the world, OECD says
Despite 51 per cent of the population having earned a post-secondary degree, many smart Canadians earn below the median wage.
Omar Khadr, Guantanamo detainee, heads back to Canada
Omar Khadr is the last Western prisoner to be returned to his native country from Cuba.
Watch out, James Bond: Canadian spy agency, CSIS, releases recruitment videos on YouTube (VIDEO)
The unintentionally hilarious videos portray Canada's spies as overly earnest dorks faced with situations more Dudley Do-Right than James Bond.
John Furlong, Vancouver Olympics CEO, denies he abused students
Man who led 2010 Vancouver Winter Games, John Furlong accused of physical, sexual abuse.
Inside Canada's cheese-smuggling problem (VIDEO)
Healthcare may be free in Canada, but cheese can be pricey.
Canada declares BPA safe to use in food packaging
Canada has upheld its stance on BPA — deeming it safe for food packaging, despite banning it from baby bottles.
Final Stanley Cup rioter arrested
The No. 1 suspect in last year’s Stanley Cup riots in Vancouver was arrested after eluding police for 15 months.
Legalize it, mayors say in British Columbia, Canada
Mayors in British Columbia, Canada voted on Wednesday to legalize marijuana.
US Election: What if Canada could vote?
The Canadians we spoke to are overwhelmingly pro-Obama and concerned about their neighbors' health care.
Canada and the UK to share embassy space in cost-cutting scheme
The news comes during a meeting between the countries' foreign ministers Monday and will see Canada gain access to the UK's African embassies and the UK gain access to Canada's Caribbean embassies.
A Friday in Montreal: Ralph takes over @GlobalPost
GlobalPost's Talia Beth Ralph, whose family has lived in Montreal for five generations, eats her way around the city.
Sex workers free to challenge Canada’s prostitution laws, court rules
Supreme Court of Canada sides with group wanting to challenge prostitution laws.
Baby M dies after Supreme Court denies jailed mother's appeal
Supreme Court of Canada sides with doctors; parents face abuse charges in Baby M case.
Kimberly Rivera, first female Iraq War resister, deported and arrested
Mother of 4, Rivera turned herself in to US authorities in upstate New York at Canadian border.
Jailed Edmonton mom asks court to keep Baby M on life support
Parents jailed after paramedics found girl, 2, starving, in cardiac arrest.
The 20 most expensive cities on the planet
UBS financial firm recently did a survey of the cities with the highest cost of living.
Yunel Escobar's homophobic slur nets 3-game suspension
Toronto Blue Jays' Yunel Escobar wore homophobic slur on his face during game.
Canada closes embassies in Libya, Egypt, Sudan over protests
Canada has closed its embassies in protest-heavy countries for the day on Sunday as a precaution.
NHL lockout 4th work stoppage in 20 years
Players' union digs in because NHL revenue increased to $3.3 billion from $2.1 billion since 2005.
Canada suing cellphone providers over text message fees
Competition Bureau says largest 3 cellphone companies aren't honest about texting fees.
'Donnie Brasco' ready to retake stand as Joseph Pistone
Retired FBI agent Joseph Pistone an expert witness in Montreal, Canada.