A British Columbia man who held authorities at bay for more than six hours after allegedly strapping explosives to his body is presumed dead after the house he was holed up in exploded, Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Friday.
Canadian police have charged a naval intelligence officer with leaking government secrets to "a foreign entity," the first time such charges have been laid under a secrecy law passed in Canada after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A motorist at the Victoria International Airport in Canada apparently lost control Friday and hit a picnic table occupied by seven cab drivers, seriously injuring three of them, said Cpl. Chris Swain of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
A man that southern Ontario police were looking for after he bought enough ammonium nitrate to make a bomb has contacted authorities and the purchase is no longer considered suspicious, officials said Wednesday night.
Two Canadian fighter jets on Saturday escorted a Cathay Pacific Airways flight into Vancouver International Airport in response to a bomb threat to the plane, authorities said, though they later determined there was no threat aboard the aircraft.
A man who authorities said apparently suffers from mental illness managed to breach security during the Olympics opening ceremony and get close to U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, Canadian officials said Wednesday.
What appears to be a separated human foot inside a shoe -- possibly the sixth discovered in Canada's British Columbia in the past 15 months -- has been found on a riverbank, Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Wednesday.
As debate rages over securing the U.S. border with Mexico, authorities announced Wednesday that they had dismantled a human-smuggling ring that was running illegal immigrants into the United States through Canada.
U.S. border officials who detained, then released, an American at the Canadian border with a chainsaw and a knapsack full of weapons "relentlessly" looked for a reason to hold him, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff told Congress.
Launching raids on two sites in Ottawa, officers of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have arrested and charged a man with terrorism-related crimes spanning the Atlantic Ocean, according to a statement from the RCMP.