The former U.S. vice-president uses the widely-shared video to criticize Trump and his ability to lead alongside international counterparts.
The leaders of two of the world's closest allies have had their prickly exchanges before.
The air foce has commandeered another CC-150 Polaris to take Trudeau, his entourage and accompanying media back to Ottawa.
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Trump made the comments during a photo-op with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The footage, which was shot by the British host's pool camera, has since spread across the internet, with observers suggesting Trudeau and the other leaders were mocking Trump and wondering how the mercurial U.S. president will react.
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The national meeting in Ottawa will discuss political strategy and policy on key issues.
The meeting between the Canadian and American leaders is the first since Trudeau won re-election in October and is expected to include discussions about the new Canada-U.S.-Mexico free trade deal.
The two-day summit kicks off with receptions at Buckingham Palace and Downing Street later Tuesday. A short working session will be held at a golf resort in outer London on Wednesday.
NATO allies agreed to move toward spending 2 per cent of gross domestic product on defence by 2024.
NATO was established by North American and Western European countries at the start of the Cold War as a check against the Soviet Union and has been one of the cornerstones of Canada's security, protection and influence in the world for decades.
Most of the trouble is between the United States and Mexico but Canada can play a role in smoothing things out.
Since his detention in 2015, Richard Lee said, China’s interference in Canadian society has increased in myriad ways.
Over the last six months, Hong Kong has seen massive waves of often violent pro-democracy protests that have debilitated the special administrative region within China.
Last September, video from Houthi-run Al Masirah TV and Al Jazeera showed what appear to be Canadian-made LAVs.
“There is no substantial risk that current Canadian exports of military equipment or other controlled items to KSA would result in any of the negative consequences,” the document reads.
Mona Fortier's appointment has sparked dialogue around the function of the new role — and why the Liberals chose to create it.
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The Prime Minister's Office says the two will discuss the partnership between Canada and Jordan and efforts to promote diversity and counter violent extremism.
As Justin Trudeau settles on his choices for his new cabinet this week, he'll also need to consider the often unsung roles in the House of Commons that will be critical to keeping the Liberals in power and their agenda moving.
Freeland was appointed foreign-affairs minister in January 2017 with one very important marching order: deal with the newly elected U.S. President Donald Trump and keep the North American Free Trade Agreement, and Canada's economy, from being tras...
The Canada-U.S.-Mexico trade deal has only been ratified in Mexico. Here's a look at where each country stands.
Canada wouldn't be the first country to enforce legally binding targets to become net-zero.