Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos during his trip to the United States this week.
The lyric "In all thy sons command" will now become "in all of us command."
"We are in a new age of doing business," he said.
Conservative senators say several provinces are not ready to enforce a legal framework by July 1.
The prime minister was greeted by enthusiastic crowds in the Philippines—in stark contrast to Trump, whose visit was met with protests.
We’ve fawned over their bromance, but they’re each more focused on flexing their feminism and encouraging other boys and men to do the same.
Police suggested they needed more time for training.
Former vice president talks to Newsweek about Trump, climate change and veganism.
A Canadian delegation arrived in Pyongyang on Tuesday to discuss pastor Hyeon Soo Lim's release.
Commerce Secretary Ross and Trump have targeted Canada’s dairy and softwood lumber industries.
The Canadian PM also went for a run with his Irish counterpart.
The Canadian prime minister suggested there was a problem with the political direction of the U.S. and U.K.
Canada remains a monarchy, and the Queen is still its official head of state.
Thousands of children died in Catholic Church ran Indian Residential Schools over a century.
Andrew Scheer, the low-profile 38-year-old former speaker of the House of Commons, was elected leader of the right-leaning Conservatives on Saturday after 13 ballots.
Canada is only the second country, after Uruguay, to make recreational marijuana legal.
If the legislation is approved, adult use will be legalized before July 2018.
More than 3,500 Canadian soldiers died during the Battle of Vimy Ridge in France.
Prime minister says any Canadian leader needs a constructive relationship with the president, regardless of ideology, because of the economic connections.
Trudeau’s Liberals have retained their majority in parliament but the Prime Minister’s popularity reached an all-time low in January.