Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has brokered a deal with opposition leaders to stay in office until 2025, it was announced Tuesday in Ottawa.
Queen Elizabeth II Monday met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in what was her first face-to-face encounter with anyone outside her innermost circle after recovering from COVID-19. Trudeau was on a trip to the UK for talks on the war in Ukraine with his British and Dutch colleagues, Boris Johnson and Mark Rutte, respectively.
Law enforcement officers have completely cleared the streets of Canada's capital city of Ottawa after arresting nearly 200 protesters belonging to the so-called Freedom Convoy of truckers, which opposed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's COVID-19 vaccination mandates and other sanitary restrictions.
Canadian law enforcement officers have arrested over 100 people in Ottawa who had gathered at the capital city amid the so-called Freedom Convoy to protest against Prime Minister Trudeau's COVID-19 vaccination policies.
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Monday declared a national public emergency so as to legally justify the use of force in order to end protests against his anti-COVID-19 restrictions.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who last week was relocated to an undisclosed residence as the caravan of truckers gathered in Ottawa to protest against vaccination mandates, Monday announced on twitter he had tested positive for COVID-19.
Canadian lorry drivers honked their horns Friday as their caravan converged on the capital city of Ottawa for a major demonstration against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's vaccination mandates to cross the Canada-US border.
US President Joseph Biden, his Mexican colleague Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will get together Nov. 18 in Washington DC for the North American Leaders Summit, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard announced Wednesday.
Monday's elections in Canada seem to allow Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to form a new government after securing the most seats, albeit without the Congressional majority he coveted.
Canada named Mary Simon as its first indigenous governor general - Queen Elizabeth II's official representative in the Commonwealth country - as the nation faces a reckoning with its colonial history.