The latest news on Canada
Rob Ford admitted he has smoked crack, but says he won't resign from office.
Alice Munro is only the 13th woman to win.
The tough task of convincing Canada to invest in Africa.
Congress needs to pay close attention, lest U.S. law be usurped.
American craft beer exports grew 72 percent in 2012 with help from the Department of Agriculture.
Two men reportedly plotted to bomb Toronto-New York passenger train.
As the Keystone XL pipeline decision looms, ads touting and condemning the project have emerged.
Hundreds of articles have been written about Keystone, this illustrated history puts it in pictures.
Fast trains are bringing lower priced oil to new markets.
Approving the beleaguered pipeline project would help ensure affordable energy and progress toward North American energy independence.