The Canadian prime minister argued in a U.N. speech that COVID-19 is a "wake-up call" that current global systems simply don't work anymore.
Andrew Scheer says he understands why some Canadians are “confused” by the PM’s actions.
Canada's prime minister performed the symbolic gesture on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
People are trying to understand the significance of the Canadian prime minister's delayed response.
The Atlantic's supercut compares Donald Trump's comments on the coronavirus outbreak to those of his counterparts worldwide.
A cross-border pact that went into effect in March is set to expire on May 21.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday that Canadians are no longer "permitted to buy, sell, transport, import or use military-grade, assault weapons."
The Canadian prime minister said Monday that his government would soon move forward with legislation to ban assault-style weapons.
Justin Trudeau said essential goods and essential workers will still be able to cross the border between Canada and the United States as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
The Canadian prime minister instantly regretted the "terrible image" evoked by his coronavirus mask-wearing guidance.