Human rights groups react with disgust to David Cameron's decision to attend the Commonwealth summit in Sri Lanka this November, as our Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller reports.
The Canadian foreign minister tells Channel 4 News he is "appalled" the Commonwealth heads of government meeting will still take place in Sri Lanka despite concerns over human rights in the country.
Canadian police charge two residents with an al Qaeda-linked plot to "carry out a terrorist attack" against a passenger train on a line from New York to Toronto.
Blackberry's Canadian manufacturer RIM hopes its BB10 smartphone can carve out a profitable chunk of the mobile market, but it will be a hard fight in one of technology's toughest battlegrounds.
Customers at a Canadian Ikea store were stunned to discover a tiny monkey - complete with fur-lined winter coat - roaming around the entrance.
The German drug-makers that developed thalidomide 50 years ago should "put their money where their mouth is" rather than just express regret to thousands of victims, says a British charity head.
With the 1976 games only months away, ITN's Michael Brunson was dispatched to Montreal, where a flight over the Olympic Stadium revealed huge gaps between sections of the building.
Acrobat Nik Wallenda crosses Niagara Falls on an undulating, two-inch thick wire strung 46 metres above the roar of cascading water, continuing a family tradition dating back seven centuries.
Transport Minister Norman Baker rejects allegations by environmentalists that he is "doing the dirty work" of the Canadian government and promoting oil industry interests ahead of a crucial EU vote.