TEHRAN, Iran - Iran will break the uranium stockpile limit set by Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers in the next 10 days, the spokesman for the country's atomic agency said Monday while also warning that Iran has the need for uranium enriched up to 20%, just a step away from weapons-gra…
DAMASCUS, Syria - Syrian state media say insurgents fired rockets into residential parts of the northern Aleppo province, killing at least 12 civilians and wounding 15.
OTTAWA - The federal government is releasing a national strategy on dementia today that focuses on preventing the affliction, supporting caregivers and finding cures.
OTTAWA - An independent senator is on a mission to get members of Canada's upper house to stop being so nasty to each other on social media.
TORONTO - Throngs of fans are expected to line the streets of Toronto today as the city celebrates its first major professional sports championship in more than a quarter century.
Quebec's contentious secularism bill banning religious symbols for teachers, police officers and other public servants in positions of authority was voted into law late Sunday.
BANGKOK - Thai police said they have arrested an Italian man wanted in his home country after he fled a jail sentence handed down for fraudulently using the name of actor George Clooney to lure people into investing in a bogus clothing company.
HONG KONG - Joshua Wong, a leading figure in Hong Kong's 2014 Umbrella Movement demonstrations, was released from prison on Monday and vowed to soon join the latest round of protests.
PARIS - The chief executive of Boeing said the company made a "mistake" in handling a problematic cockpit warning system in its 737 Max jets before two crashes killed 346 people, and he promised transparency as the aircraft maker works to get the grounded plane back in flight.
Hong Kong citizens marched for hours Sunday in a massive protest that drew a late-in-the-day apology from the city's top leader for her handling of legislation that has stoked fears of expanding control from Beijing in this former British colony.
KHARTOUM, Sudan - Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir appeared in public on Sunday for the first time since his ouster, as he was led away to a prosecutor's office in a corruption probe.
TORONTO - After more than a quarter century since one of the country's major pro sports teams took home a championship, Canadian sports fans will finally be able to celebrate on Monday with a parade and rally for the Toronto Raptors.
TORONTO - Prisoner isolation, declared unconstitutional 18 months ago, will remain legal for now after Canada's top court granted Ottawa's urgent request to allow the current law to stay in force for the time being.
BOSTON - The wife of former Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz has paid a special tribute to her husband as he continues to recover from a gunshot wound in Massachusetts General Hospital.
OTTAWA - New polling numbers suggest a majority of Canadians believe the federal government should limit the number of immigrants it accepts — a public opinion trend that Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says he finds concerning.
SASKATOON - A promising football player whose dreams of playing professionally were crushed after a deadly school shooting in northern Saskatchewan has been sent to prison and his family says it's because he didn't get the mental-health help he needed.
BOOTHBAY HARBOR, Maine - Former Republican Gov. Paul LePage's wife won't be the only one in their family spending the summer working at a restaurant. LePage will be joining her as a bartender.
HAMILTON - The federal NDP says it will fast-track a universal drug plan to ensure a late 2020 start date if elected this fall as part of an expansion of Canada's health-care system.
OTTAWA - The Liberal government's $4.5 billion gamble to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline in a bid to get it expanded will come to a head on Tuesday when the federal cabinet decides whether to sign off on the project for a second time.
Toronto police are asking for the public's assistance in identifying eight men wanted for damaging a squad car during the celebrations that followed the Raptors' NBA championship win.
OTTAWA - Canada's spy service destroyed a Cold War dossier on Pierre Trudeau in 1989 instead of turning it over to the national archives, The Canadian Press has learned.
TRINITY, N.L. - Instead of May flowers, late spring in Newfoundland and Labrador is known for the towering icebergs sent drifting down the province's coasts.
City councillors will listen but not speak when West Kelowna residents are invited to talk about crime, drugs, and other social problems plaguing the community.
HAMILTON - Police in Hamilton are investigating after a man was shot several times in what they call a "targeted and specific attack" in the city's Stoney Creek neighbourhood.
TORONTO - Shortly after Caroline Mulroney took the reins as Ontario's attorney general, she spoke to a judge about the often stymied process of modernizing the court system.
DETROIT - The Detroit home of President Ulysses S. Grant is being moved from the former Michigan State Fairgrounds to the Eastern Market, where it will be refashioned as a public education and resource centre.
CALGARY - Tzeporah Berman only learned of her cameo appearance at an Alberta government news conference about its so-called energy war room after a flood of nasty messages.
MONTREAL - The Pointe-St-Charles neighbourhood is isolated from the rest of Montreal by the Lachine Canal and the railroad, meaning that for years it was the kind of place that many people, even other Montrealers, never visited.
LOS ANGELES - O.J. Simpson launched a Twitter account with a video post in which the former football star said he's got a "little gettin' even to do."
OTTAWA - Most Canadians agree that the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women amount to genocide, a new poll suggests.
OTTAWA — Vernon is among 11 communities the federal government is choosing for a new rural immigration program that Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says will bring new workers and citizens that are badly needed to boost dwindling economies.
A brightly-coloured illustration celebrating the popular Indigenous jingle dress dance adorned Google's homepage on Saturday, courtesy of Ojibwe artist Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley.
TORONTO - Some Raptors players returned to Toronto on Saturday night for the first time since their electrifying NBA championship win south of the border.
ORILLIA, Ont. - Provincial police say they've charged a coach after a lacrosse referee was allegedly assaulted in Orillia, Ont., on Friday night.
ROME - Italian director Franco Zeffirelli, who delighted audiences around the world with his romantic vision and extravagant productions, most famously captured in his cinematic "Romeo and Juliet" and the miniseries "Jesus of Nazareth," died Saturday at 96.
TORONTO - The Ontario Liberal Party has finalized some of the guidelines for its upcoming leadership race, setting the entrance fee at $100,000.