The nation will focus on growing sales to its biggest markets—the U.S., Britain, Canada and New Zealand—with the purpose of creating high-tech jobs.
The latest on the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
After U.S. allies meet to discuss how to beef up sanctions pressures, the secretary of state says Pyongyang's leaders "themselves will trigger an option" if they refuse to negotiate.
The report from Canadian scientists confirms things the Pentagon had long sought to deny: that RDX contamination, once present in soil, moves easily into water supplies.
They join the Powering Past Coal Alliance, a collection of 20 countries, six provinces or states, and one city committed to ending the use of coal.
Governments are launching investigations and audits stemming from the disclosure of the financial documents. An Argentine prosecutor is calling for the arrest of four university officials.
Mexico, Canada and the U.S. should abandon the corporate model of trade that puts profits before protection of people and the planet.
A teacher was not allowed to testify at a hearing, and many other Canadians share her bitter disappointment in the way crimes against indigenous women and girls are being investigated.