Canada

Canada strips Suu Kyi of honorary citizenship

Canadian MPs vote unanimously to revoke symbolic honour from Myanmar leader over her handling of Rohingya crisis.

Canada strips Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi of honorary citizenship

Saudi Arabia

Saudi demands Canada apology, says it is not a 'banana republic'

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said Canada should apologise for demanding the release of women's rights activists.

Saudi demands Canada apology, says it is not a 'banana republic'

Canada

Canada declares Myanmar Rohingya killings 'genocide'

Parliament unanimously adopts motion branding crimes committed against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar as genocide.

Canada declares Myanmar Rohingya killings 'genocide'

US & Canada

Canadian dairy a sticking point in NAFTA negotiations

Canadian dairy farmers fear their industry will be in danger if the government gives in to US demands.

US & Canada

NAFTA: US–Canada talks to resume next week

President Donald Trump earlier said he'll press ahead with a new bilateral trade agreement with Mexico - with or without Canada.

United States

Can Trump terminate NAFTA?

Threats to pull out of NAFTA could ring hollow, analysts say, as Congress may have final say on agreement's future.

Can Trump end NAFTA?

Indigenous rights

Court quashes Canada's approval of contentious pipeline

Future of $5bn project in limbo after court rules Canada failed to adequately consult Indigenous people.

Trans Mountain: Court quashes approval of contentious pipeline

US & Canada

Canada and US seek ways to salvage NAFTA as deadline looms

Canadian and US negotiators express optimism as they race to agree to new terms by Trump's Friday deadline.

Canada and US seek ways to salvage NAFTA as deadline looms

United States

US, Mexico reach NAFTA deal as pressure turns to Canada

Trump pledges to 'get rid of the name NAFTA' after months of negotiations over the trilateral trade deal.

US, Mexico reach NAFTA deal as attention turns to Canada

Human Rights

How does Canada plan to make housing a human right?

Mass eviction in low-income community in Ottawa is 'litmus test' for Canada's promise to treat housing as a human right.

Heron Gate: Testing Canada's rights-based approach to housing

Human Rights

Hundreds face mass eviction in Canada's capital

About 150 homes in one of Ottawa's most diverse and affordable communities are expected to be torn down in coming months

Heron Gate mass eviction: 'We never expected this in Canada'

Canada

Saudi-Canada dispute: Students forced to return home

Students from Saudi Arabia studying Canada are have been ordered by their government to leave the country in the middle of their courses.

Talk to Al Jazeera

UN human rights chief: 'My job is not to defend governments'

The outgoing diplomat Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein discusses Syria, North Korea, Israel and future human rights defenders.

US & Canada

Shooting in eastern Canada leaves at least four dead

Suspect in custody after shooting in eastern Canada leaves two civilians and two police officers dead.

Fredericton shooting: At least 4 killed in Canada's New Brunswick

US & Canada

Saudi-Canada row: Trudeau stands by human rights call

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insists his country will always speak strongly on human rights.