Two men arrested on charges of conspiring to commit a terrorist attack in Canada may have received support from al Qaeda elements in Iran.
A Canadian jury has found three former railway workers not guilty of criminal negligence in a 2013 train derailment that killed 47 people in the province of Quebec. It was one of the nation's worst train disasters.
Ride-hailing service Uber has threatened to stop services in the Canadian province of Quebec from next month, saying it's pulling out to avoid following new regulations aimed at leveling the playing field with taxis.
The United States has officially added the son of late al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden to its counterterrorism blacklist. The State Department said the younger bin Laden poses a risk to national security.
Canadian-born Mubin Shaikh went from being a pious believer in jihad, basking in the fear he instilled, to working in security intelligence to help foil a terrorist plot. Philip Fine reports from Montreal.
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