Anders Fogh Rasmussen says while Western military interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya were problematic, ‘inaction may be more costly’ in Syria
Oct 02, 2015
Basil Borutski, who faces three counts of murder in a case that sparked a manhunt in eastern Ontario on Tuesday, has previous convictions for choking one of the victims and making threats
Sep 23, 2015
Former Calgary journalist Ridsdel missed sailing rally after attack at Philippines marina, says witness
Sep 22, 2015
Conservative Party Leader’s response to a question on denying health care to refugees draws ire from many Canadians
Sep 18, 2015
Suspect in nearly two dozen solo bank heists in the Toronto area, Hamilton, Ottawa and Calgary apprehended by Swiss police after surveillance operation
Sep 16, 2015
His detractors accuse the Australian political strategist of being a propagandist and a practitioner of dog-whistle policies. But can he help Stephen Harper win?
Sep 11, 2015
More than 100 people who were present in the Paris police headquarters at the time of the incident were asked to voluntarily submit samples
Sep 10, 2015
The department also denied that if had offered citizenship to Abdullah Kurdi. Reporters in Turkey had quoted him saying he refused an offer of citizenship
Sep 03, 2015
The Conservative leader defended his government's response to the Syrian refugee crisis as calls mount for Canada to speed up the resettlement process
Sep 03, 2015
Conservative candidate heads to Ottawa ‘to ascertain facts’ on drowned three-year-old Alan Kurdi’s family’s application to resettle in Canada
Sep 03, 2015
Tu Thanh Ha is based in Toronto and writes frequently about judicial, political and security issues. He spent 12 years as a correspondent for the Globe and Mail in Montreal, reporting on Quebec politics, organized crime, terror suspects, space flights and native issues. He has also worked as a reporter in the Globe's parliamentary bureau and as a legislature reporter in Quebec City for Montreal's The Gazette.
He studied computer science before realizing that journalism was a more suitable form of data processing. In addition to sharing a National Newspaper Award citation of merit in 2005, his journalistic achievements include lunching with Stephen Harper in the days when the prime minister still mingled with reporters, interviewing the inventors of poutine and knocking on the door of Hells Angels kingpin Maurice (Mom) Boucher.