Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said “it’s Sony today, who will it be tomorrow” in response to the studio’s decision to pull a film that includes a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, after U.S. President Barack Obama strongly condemned the studio’s move.
Canada is once again imposing new sanctions against Russia in response to its incursions into Ukraine. The latest sanctions target 20 Russian and Ukrainian individuals and include new export restrictions on technologies used in Russia's oil sector.
President Barack Obama says he doesn't expect the reopening of diplomatic relations with Cuba to bring overnight change on the island, a quick end to the U.S. economic embargo or the likelihood that he will soon visit the communist nation.
The New Democrats want Premier Kathleen Wynne to recall the legislature and restart committee hearings into the destruction of documents on the cancellation of two gas plants at a cost of up to $1.1 billion.
The top Palestinian diplomat in Canada says the Harper government should not have boycotted a United Nations conference this week that harshly criticized Israeli settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem.
Ontario's premier hopes Prime Minister Stephen Harper doesn't have a "vendetta" against the people of the province, saying the well-being of Canadians should dictate their working relationship, not his "feelings."