Jeff Fillion, among the most prominent talk radio hosts in Quebec City, says he was “doing my thing 20 years before Trump arrived.”
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There was something about the fact that she looked like our aunts, mothers, sisters and neighbors that made her thrilling and untouchable and relatable.
The sasquatch gets its day in court and Montreal’s multilingual comedian.
His family was deported from Peru to an American wartime internment camp, setting him on a mission to have the wrongs redressed. He died still waiting.
The celebrity surgeon, known as Dr. Bumbum, performed a buttock lift. The case has stirred concerns in a country seen as hooked on beauty.
President Nicolás Maduro is rolling out measures to stabilize the economy and increase revenue, but economists — and the population — remain skeptical.
In order to post a picture to Facebook or send an email, Cubans must buy an access card and find a public hot spot. But a recent test hinted that this may soon change.
A bus apparently lost its brakes, then hit another vehicle at high speed before smashing into several houses.
The police in Fredericton said that Matthew Vincent Raymond had been charged with four counts of first-degree murder. He is due to appear in court on Aug. 27.
Thousands of Venezuelans fleeing insecurity at home are pouring into Ecuador every day, prompting a state of emergency there.
Samir Khullar, otherwise known as the comedian Sugar Sammy, recounts how being a minority in Quebec provided the fuel for his trenchant comedy.
Ben Hubbard, who covers Saudi Arabia for The Times, looks at the Saudi media’s newly expanded, exaggerated and unflattering coverage of Canada.
The future looked brighter for a country where most college-educated people emigrate. But old political habits proved hard to break.
Violence stemming from drug gang battles over territory is keeping people indoors and driving support for tough-on-crime candidates.
The Times’s visual investigations team assembled all of the available video evidence of an apparent assassination attempt to reconstruct what happened in Caracas during President Maduro’s speech.
It started with a nervous look to the sky. Two minutes later, two drones exploded. We analyzed videos and photos to show how a speech by President Nicolás Maduro ended in an apparent assassination attempt.
Two police officers were among the victims in Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick. The assailant was seriously injured.
A bill to legalize abortion in Argentina was defeated on Thursday, but the campaign energized women’s rights advocates across Latin America.
After 16 hours of deliberation, Argentina’s Senate narrowly rejected a bill to legalize abortion. Still, the fact that the discussion came this far signals a real shift in public opinion. We spoke with people on both sides of the issue.
The vote in Pope Francis’ homeland was close, but women’s rights activists ultimately ran up against the power of the Catholic Church and social conservatism.