11/23/2020 - "No Idea": Canada Police On How They Got Huawei Executive's Home Code
11/27/2020 - Coronavirus: Pandas leave Canada for China's bamboo
11/28/2020 - Canada Announces Ban On Certain Drug Exports In Response To US Plan
11/29/2020 - Canada bans mass exports of prescription drugs
12/04/2020 - Canada Targeting January For Start Of Coronavirus Vaccine Delivery
12/07/2020 - Canada To Receive First Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine Before End Of Year
12/08/2020 - Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman denies sending hit squad to Canada
12/09/2020 - Covid: Canada latest country to approve Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
12/11/2020 - Canada, US Border To Stay Closed Until January 21
12/13/2020 - Canada 'Sixties Scoop': Indigenous survivors map out their stories
12/13/2020 - First Batch Of Pfizer/BioNTEch COVID-19 Vaccines Arrives In Canada
12/14/2020 - Toronto Caregiver Gets First COVID-19 Vaccine In Canada
12/14/2020 - Canada Administers First Covid Vaccines, Trudeau In No Rush For His Shot
12/15/2020 - Canada To Get Moderna Covid Vaccine Before Year End: Justin Trudeau
12/15/2020 - Fashion mogul Peter Nygard arrested in Canada on sex charges
12/20/2020 - Canada PM Justin Trudeau To Take Covid Shot In Public "When Turn Comes"
12/20/2020 - Canada Halts Flights From UK For 72 Hours Due To New Virus Strain
12/22/2020 - Ancient mummified wolf pup in Canada 'lived 56,000 years ago'
12/23/2020 - Canada Approves Moderna As Second COVID-19 Vaccine
12/25/2020 - Air Canada Boeing 737 Max ferry flight diverts after engine issue
12/25/2020 - Air Canada Reroutes Boeing 737 MAX After Engine Problem
12/26/2020 - 737 Max: Air Canada flight in unscheduled landing after engine issue
12/26/2020 - Canada Detects First Coronavirus Variant Cases: Health Officials
12/30/2020 - Canada To Require Negative COVID-19 Test For People Entering Country
01/09/2021 - US, Canada, Britain, Australia Condemn Hong Kong Arrests Of 50 Activists
01/12/2021 - Canada-US Border To Remain Closed Till February 21, Says Justin Trudeau
01/15/2021 - General Motors to invest nearly $800 million in Canada plant to manufacture electric vans
01/16/2021 - U.S.-Canada border closure impacts towns that rely on cross-border traffic
01/16/2021 - How the U.S.-Canada border closure impacts small towns and businesses
01/18/2021 - Canada to lift Boeing 737 Max flight ban on Wednesday
01/21/2021 - Canada Governor General Resigns Over Workplace Harassment Report
01/21/2021 - Julie Payette: Canada governor general quits amid bullying claims
01/26/2021 - Elliot Page: Canada's Juno star to divorce Emma Portner
01/29/2021 - Saudi Firms Sue Former Spymaster Now In Canada, Allege $3 Billion Fraud
02/02/2021 - Canada regrets 'misunderstanding' over Wu-Tang Clan T-shirt
02/03/2021 - Proud Boys: Canada labels far-right group a terrorist entity
02/03/2021 - Canada Designates Far-Right Proud Boys As Banned Terrorist Group
02/03/2021 - Canada designates the Proud Boys a terrorist group
02/04/2021 - Covax: Canada defends taking vaccines from sharing scheme
02/04/2021 - Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Canada Goose, eBay, PayPal, Qualcomm & more
02/04/2021 - Canada Extends Cruise Ship Ban To Early 2022 Amid Pandemic
02/12/2021 - Why Canada is falling behind in Covid vaccinations
02/14/2021 - How a joke ended up before Canada’s top court
02/16/2021 - Pandemic keeps couple along U.S.-Canada border apart
02/19/2021 - Canada determined to follow Australia and France, and make Facebook pay for news content
02/22/2021 - Canada's parliament declares China's treatment of Uighurs 'genocide'
02/23/2021 - Biden holds first foreign meeting with Canada's Justin Trudeau
03/05/2021 - Canada Approves Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine
03/18/2021 - US to send 4m vaccine doses to Canada and Mexico
03/27/2021 - China Announces Sanctions On 3 People From US, Canada Over Xinjiang
03/28/2021 - Man Charged For Murder After Fatal Stabbing At Canada Library
03/29/2021 - Astrazeneca Covid Shots Not Recommended For Under 55s In Canada
03/30/2021 - Canada Halts AstraZeneca Shots For Under 55 On Clot Concerns
03/30/2021 - After Canada, Germany Halts AstraZeneca Jabs For Under-60s Over Clot Risk
04/16/2021 - Covid: Canada sounds the alarm as cases overtake US
04/18/2021 - Canada Records Second Case Of Rare Blood Clot After AstraZeneca Shot
04/20/2021 - Gap is taking its Athleta workout brand to Canada, rival Lululemon's home turf
04/21/2021 - Canada Judge Adjourns Huawei Executive's Extradition Hearing Till August
04/22/2021 - Canada Under Pressure To Suspend Flights From India, Brazil: Official
04/22/2021 - Canada Bans Passenger Flights From India, Pakistan For 30 Days
04/24/2021 - Canada bans air traffic to and from India, Pakistan as covid-19 cases soar
04/27/2021 - Canada Reports First Death Linked To AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Shot
05/04/2021 - Doctors investigate mystery brain disease in Canada
05/05/2021 - Canada Authorizes Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Kids Age 12 And Up
05/05/2021 - Covid: Canada authorises Pfizer vaccine for children aged 12 to 15
05/13/2021 - Amazon set to hire 75,000 workers in US and Canada
05/13/2021 - Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Canada Goose, Bumble, Sonos & more
05/19/2021 - Ecofriendly fuel mixture of waste and cooking oil used in commercial flight from France to Canada
05/19/2021 - US v Canada: Who won the vaccine rollout?
05/21/2021 - Canada Extends Ban On Passenger Flights From India, Pak By 30 Days
05/28/2021 - Remains Of 215 Children Found At Closed Indigenous School In Canada
05/29/2021 - Canada mourns as remains of 215 children found at indigenous school
05/30/2021 - Canada Honours 215 School Children "Who Never Made It Home"
05/31/2021 - Canada mass grave find sparks call for more action
06/01/2021 - Indigenous groups press Canada's Government for results after 215 children remains were unearthed last week
06/02/2021 - Why Canada is mourning the deaths of 215 children
06/03/2021 - Twitter Blue subscription service launches in Australia and Canada
06/04/2021 - JBS US branch attacked by hackers paralyzing meat processing in US, Canada and Australia
06/04/2021 - UN Experts Call For Probe Into Indigenous Graves In Canada School
06/05/2021 - Canada's residential schools: 'There's no reconciliation without truth'
06/07/2021 - "We're All Pained": Canada Indigenous Leaders Dismiss Pope Francis' Remarks
06/07/2021 - "We're All Pained": Canada Indigenous Leaders Dismiss Pope Remarks
06/07/2021 - Egerton Ryerson statue toppled at Canada indigenous school protest
06/07/2021 - Moderna Seeks Approval Of Covid Vaccine For Teens In Europe, Canada
06/07/2021 - Truck Driver Kills Muslim Family Of 4 In "Premeditated" Attack In Canada
06/08/2021 - Canada truck attack: Muslim family victims named
06/14/2021 - Canada's Trudeau Wants to Be 'Dean' of G-7
06/14/2021 - Suspect Charged With Terrorism For Truck Attack On Muslims In Canada
06/14/2021 - Canada truck attack suspect charged with terrorism
06/14/2021 - Canada's Top Military Boss Resigns After Golf Controversy
06/18/2021 - US Says Delivered 1 Million Covid Vaccine Doses To Canada On Thursday
06/19/2021 - Two Indo-Canadians Join Cabinet In Canada's Ontario Province
06/21/2021 - UK Joins US, Canada In New Sanctions On Belarus Over Journalist's Arrest
06/22/2021 - Canada: Fire destroys two Catholic churches on indigenous land
06/24/2021 - Canada Finds Hundreds Of Graves At Former Indigenous School: Report
06/24/2021 - Canada: Hundreds of unmarked graves found at indigenous school
06/24/2021 - More Than 750 Unmarked Graves Found Near Indigenous School In Canada
06/24/2021 - Canada's Trudeau Says We Must "Learn From Our Past" After Graves Found
06/24/2021 - Canada Finds "No Evidence" Iran's Downing Of Airliner Was Premeditated
06/25/2021 - Hundreds More Unmarked Graves Found At Canada's Erstwhile Boarding School
06/26/2021 - More churches burn down on Canada indigenous land
06/28/2021 - Canada weather: Heatwave hits record 46.6C as US north-west also frazzles
06/28/2021 - A Pride symbol vandalised in Canada's 'prettiest little town' 
06/28/2021 - More Record-Breaking Heat Forecast As Canada, US Northwest Bake
06/29/2021 - Australia, US And Canada Launch Interactive Map For Critical Minerals
06/29/2021 - Canada Heatwave: Bears take a dip in record breaking temperatures
06/29/2021 - Canada weather: Village of Lytton smashes heat record for second day
06/29/2021 - Record Shattering Heat In Canada, Blackouts In US Cities
06/29/2021 - Dozens Dead As Record-Smashing Heat Wave Grips Canada, US: Police
06/29/2021 - Two more Catholic churches burnt in Canada; probably linked to the discovery of mass graves of indigenous children
06/29/2021 - Canada Touches Record 49.5 Degrees Celsius: Weather Service
06/30/2021 - Canada weather: Canadians enduring 'unbearable' heatwave
06/30/2021 - Trudeau pays respects to Canada heatwave victims
06/30/2021 - Churches Set Ablaze As More Graves Found At Canada Indigenous Schools
06/30/2021 - Nearly 200 unmarked graves found near Canada residential school
06/30/2021 - Canada, US Heat Wave "On Steroids" Due To Climate Change: Experts
07/01/2021 - As Heat Busts Records, Nearly 500 Deaths In This Part Of Canada
07/01/2021 - Canada heatwave: Wildfire forces hottest place to evacuate
07/01/2021 - Historic heat wave in Pacific Northwest has killed hundreds in U.S. and Canada over the past week
07/01/2021 - Hundreds Evacuated As Fires Add To Unprecedented Canada Heat Wave
07/01/2021 - Canada wildfires: ‘Let’s get out of here’
07/01/2021 - Ten churches vandalised in Alberta on Canada Day
07/02/2021 - Canada: Queen Victoria statue torn down at protest over indigenous deaths
07/02/2021 - Queen Victoria, Elizabeth Statues Toppled In Canada Over Unmarked Graves
07/02/2021 - Canada's Trudeau Denounces Vandalism Of Churches, Monarch Statues
07/02/2021 - Military On Standby To Evacuate Fire-Threatened Towns In Western Canada
07/02/2021 - Canada heatwave: Lightning strikes fuel wildfires in British Columbia
07/03/2021 - Wildfire-Ravaged Canada Province Saw "12,000 Lightning Strikes" In A Day
07/04/2021 - Canada heatwave: Military on standby as lightning triggers more wildfires
07/08/2021 - Canada names first indigenous governor general at a critical moment for the country
07/08/2021 - Unvaccinated Tourists Won't Be Allowed For "Quite A While": Canada PM
07/09/2021 - Canada orders 48-hour halt to train movement in parts of B.C. after wildfires
07/10/2021 - Why Canada is reforming indigenous foster care
07/11/2021 - Millions In US, Canada Hit By New Rounds Of Scorching Hot Temperatures
07/12/2021 - US heatwave: Could US and Canada see the worst wildfires yet?
07/13/2021 - Iranians 'plotted to kidnap US, Canada and UK targets'
07/15/2021 - Canada residential schools: 'Six years old, I was imprisoned here'
07/15/2021 - Canada May Allow Fully Vaccinated Travellers By Early Sep: Justin Trudeau
07/17/2021 - Canada's vaccination rate overtakes US
07/19/2021 - Canada To Open Border To Vaccinated Americans From August 9
07/19/2021 - Canada to open border to fully vaccinated Americans in August
07/20/2021 - Canada to reopen land borders to vaccinated US nationals effective August 9
07/21/2021 - US Land Borders With Canada, Mexico To Remain Closed Until August 21
07/27/2021 - Canada Border Guards To Strike Days Ahead Of Reopening To US Tourists
07/30/2021 - Indigenous Residential School Scandal Rocks Canada's Self-Image
08/02/2021 - Duque says Colombia willing to sort out together with Panama the crisis of migrants trying to reach the US or Canada
08/02/2021 - Women's Olympic football: Canada beat USA to reach final
08/02/2021 - Former Canada Minister Accuses Pakistan Of 'Proxy War'' In Afghanistan
08/04/2021 - Quinn: Canada's transgender footballer on being 'visible' and playing at the Olympics
08/05/2021 - Huawei Executive Back In Canada Court Over US Extradition Request
08/09/2021 - Canada Reopens Border For Fully Vaccinated US Citizens
08/09/2021 - Canada To Extend Ban On Arriving Passenger Flights From India
08/10/2021 - Moderna reaches deal with Canada to build 'state-of-the-art' Covid vaccine manufacturing plant
08/11/2021 - Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Canada Goose, Wendy's, Perrigo, Southwest and others
08/11/2021 - Canada Planning Covid Vaccine Passport For International Travel
08/12/2021 - Justin Trudeau To Call Canada Snap Elections Sunday: Reports
08/13/2021 - Canada To Accept 20,000 Vulnerable Afghans Including Human Rights Workers
08/14/2021 - Canada To Resettle 20,000 ''Vulnerable'' Sikhs, Hindus From Afghanistan
08/15/2021 - Canada election: Trudeau calls snap summer campaign
08/15/2021 - Canada's Justin Trudeau Calls Snap Elections On September 20
08/19/2021 - Canada Says Temporarily Closing Embassy In Kabul, Condemns Violence
08/26/2021 - Canada Ends Afghanistan Evacuation Operations: Government
08/27/2021 - Canada election: Justin Trudeau rally cancelled after angry protests
08/30/2021 - Canada's Trudeau Resumes Campaign After Angry Crowds Disrupt Rallies
08/31/2021 - US Adds Canada To "Reconsider Travel" Advisory List Amid Covid Pandemic
09/01/2021 - Canada federal election: How much trouble is Trudeau in?
09/08/2021 - Canada federal election: Party leaders spar in first national debate
09/09/2021 - Canada federal election: Key takeaways from the debate
09/10/2021 - Canada's Justin Trudeau, Trailing In Polls, Defends Early Election Call
09/13/2021 - Canada federal election: A look at the key numbers driving the campaign
09/14/2021 - Canada's Justin Trudeau Tries To Link Main Rival To Alberta Covid Surge
09/14/2021 - Canada federal election: Canadians want reconciliation. Will the election deliver?
09/15/2021 - TikTok Star Jagmeet Singh's Unique Campaign In Canada
09/15/2021 - Canada election: Lytton fire puts village at centre of debate
09/16/2021 - Canada federal election: The man who could topple Trudeau
09/17/2021 - Canada election: Why it takes 30 years to buy a house in Canada
09/17/2021 - Canada PM, Rival Look To Fire Up Supporters Ahead Of Tight Vote
09/18/2021 - Canada PM Justin Trudeau Warns Against Vote Split In Tight Election
09/18/2021 - Canada election: Why it’s easier to vote in Canada than the US
09/19/2021 - Canada election: What you need to know about the campaign
09/20/2021 - Canada Votes In Decisive Election That Justin Trudeau Could Lose
09/20/2021 - Justin Trudeau Set To Win Canada's Election, Return To Power: Reports
09/20/2021 - Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau's Liberals win Canada election, but miss majority
09/21/2021 - What Justin Trudeau's Victory In Canada Elections Says About His Future, Politics
09/21/2021 - Canada election: Trudeau stays in power but Liberals fall short of majority
09/21/2021 - Five Things To Watch For From Canada's Liberal Minority Government
09/21/2021 - Canada election: Conservative O'Toole defiant after loss to Trudeau
09/21/2021 - US President Joe Biden Congratulates Justin Trudeau On Canada Election Win
09/23/2021 - Helmut Oberlander: Ex-Nazi death squad interpreter dies at 97 in Canada
09/25/2021 - Huawei Official Leaves Canada After US Deal On Fraud Charges
09/25/2021 - Arctic Sailing Race Planned In Canada To Highlight Climate Change
09/28/2021 - New Canada Government Will Move "Faster" On Priorities: Justin Trudeau
09/29/2021 - They Hid Edward Snowden In Hong Kong. Now, Their New Home Is Canada
09/29/2021 - Canada Must Compensate Indigenous Foster Kids For Discrimination: Court
09/29/2021 - Canada indigenous children's compensation order upheld
10/06/2021 - Unvaccinated Canada Workers To Be Put On Unpaid Leave Under New Mandate
10/07/2021 - Met With Officials From EU, Canada, US, UK In Doha, Say Taliban: Report
10/10/2021 - Canada's Health Sector Braces For Staff Crunch As Vaccine Mandates Loom
10/10/2021 - Canada's Health Sector Braces For Staff Crunch As Vaccine Mandates Loom
10/12/2021 - U.S. to lift Canada, Mexico land border restrictions in November for vaccinated visitors, officials say
10/12/2021 - US to re-open Mexico Canada borders for fully vaccinated travellers
10/13/2021 - Covid-19 live updates: U.S. to reopen Canada, Mexico overland borders for vaccinated tourists
10/13/2021 - US To Open Borders With Mexico, Canada To Vaccinated Travelers Next Month
10/15/2021 - Justin Trudeau Says New Canada Government To Be Announced On October 26
10/15/2021 - Canada's Trudeau To Visit Community Where Children's Graves Were Found
10/17/2021 - China condemns U.S., Canada for sending warships through Taiwan Strait
10/18/2021 - Pfizer Seeks Approval For Covid Jabs For Children Aged 5-11 In Canada
10/21/2021 - Canada Hospitals Use Drones To Carry Lungs For Transplant
10/22/2021 - Canada Scraps Covid Travel Advisory, Ontario To End Mask Rules By March
10/24/2021 - Cargo Ship Catches Fire, Spews Toxic Gas Off Canada's Pacific Coast
10/24/2021 - Canada: Evacuations as ship spews toxic gas off coast
10/26/2021 - Indian-Origin Anita Anand Is Canada's New Defence Minister
10/27/2021 - Pope Francis to visit Canada for indigenous reconciliation
10/29/2021 - Canada challenges compensation order for indigenous children
10/30/2021 - Canada Vows To Donate 200 Million Covid Vaccine Doses To Poorer Countries
10/31/2021 - Real life Succession battle plagues Canada's largest telecoms firm
11/05/2021 - Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Pfizer, Canada Goose, Live Nation and more
11/09/2021 - Biden Plans Summit With Leaders Of Canada, Mexico On November 18: Report
11/12/2021 - Iqaluit: A month without clean water in Canada's north
11/16/2021 - Mudslides, Rocks And Debris As Heavy Rain Batters Canada's Pacific Coast
11/16/2021 - Canada's Justin Trudeau Exploits Rival's Split On Vaccines
11/17/2021 - Floods In Canada Cut Rail Access To Largest Port; 1 Dead
11/17/2021 - Canada Province Mulls Emergency After Floods, Food Shortages Reported
11/18/2021 - Canada Declares Emergency, Braces For More Deaths Amid Historic Flooding
11/18/2021 - Military Joins Rescue Efforts In Flood-Devastated Canada
11/19/2021 - Canada Approves Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Children In 5-11 Age Group
11/20/2021 - Travel Limits, Fuel Restrictions As Flooded Canada Grapples Supply Issues
11/20/2021 - Flood-Hit Canada Province Braces For Heavy Rain, 3 Bodies Found
11/22/2021 - Canada Ends Covid Policy Turning Back Asylum-Seekers Between Border Crossings
11/25/2021 - Canada "Worst Performer" On Climate Among G7 Nations: Commissioner
11/25/2021 - Canada Honours Handmaid's Tale Author Margaret Atwood, Puts Her On Stamp
11/26/2021 - Canada Restricts Travel From 7 African Countries Over New Covid Strain
11/28/2021 - Flood-Ravaged Western Canada Braces For More Rain, Situation "Volatile"
11/28/2021 - Canada Confirms Two New Covid 'Omicron' Infections
11/29/2021 - Covid-19 live updates: Omicron variant found in Canada as cases emerge around the world
11/29/2021 - Canada's New Covid Variant Count Rises To 3 After First Case In Quebec
11/30/2021 - Canada To Ban Travel From 3 Countries Over 'Omicron' Covid Variant Scare
11/30/2021 - Canada Makes Covid Tests Compulsory For Travellers; Excludes US Flights
12/02/2021 - Covid Detected In 3 White-Tailed Deer, Confirms Canada
12/02/2021 - "Historic Heat": Western Canada Sees Record-High Winter Temperature
12/06/2021 - Amid shortage, Canada taps into emergency maple syrup reserves
12/08/2021 - UK and Canada join diplomatic boycott of China Winter Olympics
12/09/2021 - UK, Canada Join Diplomatic Boycott Of Beijing Winter Games
12/13/2021 - Canada apologises for 'scourge' of military sexual misconduct
12/13/2021 - Canada May Soon See Rapid Surge In Covid Cases As Omicron Spreads Locally
12/13/2021 - Canada Apologises For Sexual Misconduct In Military
12/13/2021 - Canada offers up to $40bn to compensate indigenous children
12/15/2021 - Canada Advises Citizens To Avoid Non-Essential Travel Abroad Over Omicron
12/17/2021 - Air Canada returns to Argentina after pandemic restrictions
12/17/2021 - Canada Lifts Travel Ban From African Nations, Reimposes Testing
12/22/2021 - "We're Tired Of Covid, But...": Canada Expands Aid Amid Omicron Surge
12/23/2021 - With 401,000 New Permanent Residents, Canada Meets "Ambitious" Target
12/28/2021 - Even Covid Positive Workers Will Work In This Canada Province. Here's Why
12/30/2021 - Nighttime Curfew, New Year Gathering Limits In Canada As Covid Cases Soar
01/04/2022 - Canada reaches $31bn deal in indigenous child welfare case
01/06/2022 - Omicron Sweep Reveals Big Difference Between US And Canada
01/07/2022 - Canada party plane influencer 'idiots' fly home to face music
01/13/2022 - Canada: Unvaccinated father loses right to see his child
01/14/2022 - Urban Exodus: Covid Prompts More People To Leave Canada's Big Cities
01/15/2022 - China suspends beef imports from Canada because of atypical case of mad cow
01/16/2022 - Millions under weather alerts as major winter storm hits US and Canada
01/17/2022 - China Blames Mail From Canada For Omicron Case In Beijing: Report
01/17/2022 - EU removes Argentina, Canada and Australia from “safe countries” list
01/18/2022 - US, Canada Face Power Cut, Travel Disruption Amid "Historic" Winter Storm
01/18/2022 - China Says Omicron Arrived In Beijing Via Package From Canada
01/18/2022 - Canada Says "Deeply Concerned" On Russia Troop Movements Near Ukraine
01/23/2022 - Truckers In Canada Protest Against Government's Vaccine Mandate
01/24/2022 - Omicron Surge Strains Canada's Hospital System, Hits Health Workers
01/24/2022 - Canada's Foreign Ministry Hacked Last Week, Services Still Hit: Officials
01/26/2022 - After Children's Graves Shocker, 93 More Potentially Found In Canada School
01/26/2022 - 4 People Shot Dead At Home In "Targeted" Canada Shooting
01/27/2022 - Indian Family That Froze To Death Near US/Canada Border Identified
01/30/2022 - Thousands Block Roads, Chant Slogans In Canada "Freedom Convoy" Protest
01/31/2022 - "Feeling Fine": Canada PM Justin Trudeau Says He Has Tested Covid +ve
01/31/2022 - Canada Truckers' Anti-Vaccine Protest To Become Smaller: Police
02/02/2022 - 'Volatile' Groups Remain At Anti-Covid Protest Sites In Canada: Police
02/02/2022 - Freedom Convoy: GoFundMe pauses donations to Canada truckers
02/02/2022 - Erin O'Toole: Canada's Conservatives oust party leader
02/03/2022 - Canada won't call in troops against truckers - PM
02/04/2022 - Freedom Convoy: GoFundMe seizes funds of Canada 'occupation'
02/05/2022 - More Anti-Vaccine Protesters Enter Canada Capital
02/07/2022 - Canada trucker protest: Defiance as Ottawa blockade grinds on
02/07/2022 - Canada truckers protest: ‘All we want is the right to choose’
02/07/2022 - Ros Atkins on... the Canada truckers protest
02/07/2022 - Arrests, Trucks Seized In "Out Of Control" Canada Anti-Vaccine Protest
02/07/2022 - Freedom Convoy: Ceaseless horn blaring frays nerves in Canada's capital
02/07/2022 - After Canada, New Zealand Truckers Block Streets To Protest Covid Curbs
02/08/2022 - Canada truckers protest: Trudeau demands an end to trucker protest
02/08/2022 - Canada truckers protest: Ambassador Bridge reopened
02/08/2022 - Policy "Run Its Course"? Canada Eyes Lifting Covid Curbs Amid Protests
02/08/2022 - Freedom Convoy: How might Canada's trucker protest end?
02/08/2022 - New Zealand anti-vax protesters inspired by Canada truckers camp outside parliament
02/09/2022 - "Must Do Everything...": Canada's Trudeau Slams Anti-Vaccine Protests
02/10/2022 - Freedom Convoy: Canada trucker protests force car plant shutdowns
02/10/2022 - Canada's Anti-Vaccine Convoy Protests: What We Know So Far
02/10/2022 - Freedom Convoy: US offers Canada support to end truck protest
02/10/2022 - Use "Federal Power": US Urges Canada To End Anti-Vaccine Protests
02/11/2022 - Freedom Convoy: Canada court orders end to trucks' bridge blockade
02/11/2022 - Canada Court Orders To End Bridge Blockade, Remove Protesters
02/12/2022 - Ambassador Bridge: Police begin clearing Canada trucker blockade
02/12/2022 - "Until The End": Canada's Anti-Covid Curbs' Protesters Dig Their Heels In
02/12/2022 - Canada truckers protest: After a police raid, what next?
02/13/2022 - Canada police in final push against bridge protesters
02/14/2022 - Canada's Trudeau To Use Emergency Against Truckers' Protests: Reports
02/14/2022 - Canada Police Seize Weapons, Arrest 11 Protesters At US Border
02/14/2022 - Was Canada's Covid response more effective than the US?
02/15/2022 - Several Dead As Spanish Fishing Boat Sinks Off Canada: Coastguard
02/15/2022 - Four dead and 15 missing as Spanish trawler sinks off Canada
02/15/2022 - Canada Announces To Ease Covid Health Measures For Travellers At Borders
02/15/2022 - "Hold The Line": Canada Truckers Refuse To End Protest Despite Emergency
02/15/2022 - "Tough Time": More Unmarked Graves Found Near Canada's Indigenous School
02/16/2022 - Survivors from Spanish trawler that sunk off Canada unlikely, rescuers say
02/16/2022 - Canada protests: Ottawa stand-off continues as blockades cleared
02/16/2022 - "Leave Now Or Face Arrest": Canada Police To Freedom Convoy Protesters
02/17/2022 - Canada protests: Police warn protesters to leave amid plans to clear blockade
02/17/2022 - "You Have To Stop": Canada Police Move In To Remove Anti-Vax Protesters
02/17/2022 - Elon Musk Compares Canada's Justin Trudeau To "Hitler", Deletes Tweet
02/17/2022 - Canada Arrests One Of Anti-Vaccine "Trucker" Protest Leaders: Report
02/18/2022 - Canada Hit Out At "Foreign interference" Over Anti-Vax Truckers' Protests
02/18/2022 - Canada Protests: Police clear demonstrators in Canada's capital
02/18/2022 - Canada Protest: 70 Arrested By Police In Crackdown Against Truckers
02/18/2022 - Canada protests: Police begin to make arrests at Ottawa protest
02/18/2022 - "Multimillion Dollar Damage" As Canada's Anti-Vax Protesters Attack Site
02/18/2022 - Long Standoffs, Choked Capital: Canada's Anti-Vaccine Protesters Dawdle
02/19/2022 - Canada Police Move To Clear Last Anti-Vax Protesters, Over 100 Arrested
02/19/2022 - Canada's Show Of Force As Police Clear Anti-Vaccine Protests' Main Hub
02/20/2022 - Canada Police Reclaim Capital After Truckers' Anti-Vaccine Protest Ends
02/21/2022 - Canada parliament backs Trudeau on emergency powers
02/21/2022 - "Misinformation And Disinformation": Trudeau On Canada Truckers' Protests
02/22/2022 - "Invasion Of Ukraine Unacceptable": Canada Imposes Sanctions On Russia
02/23/2022 - Canada's Trudeau Revokes Emergency As Truckers' Protest Ends
02/27/2022 - Europe, Canada Move To Close Its Skies To Russian Planes
02/28/2022 - Rep. Lauren Boebert says like Ukraine, Canada and U.S. ‘need freedom and need to be liberated’
02/28/2022 - Canada Announces Ban On Oil Imports From Russia Over Ukraine Crisis
03/01/2022 - Ukraine Crisis: Russian Ships, Fishing Boats Banned From Entering Canada
03/04/2022 - Canada's Trudeau To Visit Europe Next Week To Discuss Support For Ukraine
03/15/2022 - Ukraine war: Zelensky asks Canada's parliament to ‘Please close the sky'
03/15/2022 - "How Would You Feel If Russia...": Ukraine President To Canada
03/17/2022 - Ukrainians Fleeing Russian Invasion Can Stay In Canada For 3 Years
03/17/2022 - "Good Manners At Lowest": Russia To Canada On UN Letter In Twitter Spat
03/18/2022 - Russia, Canada diplomats spar over 'edited' letter
03/19/2022 - Canada mosque: Worshippers stop axe wielding attacker
03/24/2022 - Canada Says It Will Boost Oil Exports To Replace Russian Energy
03/31/2022 - Canada's Supreme Court upholds C$9m fine on maple syrup thief
03/31/2022 - Canada's Justin Trudeau Says No To Having Putin At G20 Meeting
04/01/2022 - Pope Apologises To Canada's Indigenous For Abuse At Church-Run Schools
04/01/2022 - Pope's Apology To Canada's Indigenous A "Step Forward": Justin Trudeau
04/03/2022 - Canada Woman Found Dismembered, Stuffed In Bag; Son Arrested
04/04/2022 - "Completely Unjustifiable": Canada Accuses Russia Of Bucha "War Crimes"
04/07/2022 - Canada Deer Being Killed By "Zombie Disease", Hunters At Risk
04/07/2022 - Canada's '300 Million Barrels Oil' Project Belies Its Climate Goals
04/13/2022 - Canada's Trudeau Calls Russian Assault In Ukraine "Genocide"
04/21/2022 - Canada "Very Supportive" Of Sweden, Finland Joining NATO: Justin Trudeau
04/27/2022 - Russia's Invasion In Ukraine Is "Genocide", Canada's Parliament Votes
04/30/2022 - Afghan interpreters fear families 'forgotten' by Canada
05/07/2022 - Joe Biden Dials Canada's Trudeau, Talks On Security Assistance To Ukraine
05/08/2022 - Canada PM Justin Trudeau Visits War-Scarred Suburb In Ukraine's Kyiv
05/08/2022 - World Determined To Make Sure Putin Loses In Ukraine: Canada's Trudeau
05/09/2022 - "He Needs To Understand...": Canada's Trudeau On Putin's "Illegal War"
05/09/2022 - Canada's Grain Plan For Ukraine Amid Supply Worries
05/10/2022 - Canada MP regrets calling into debate from toilet
05/13/2022 - Canada Court Allows Extreme Intoxication Defense At Violent Crimes Trial
05/14/2022 - Nova Scotia shooting: First-hand accounts heard in probe of Canada tragedy
05/16/2022 - Queen Elizabeth Ailing, Prince Charles To Visit Canada As Head Of State
05/17/2022 - Canada Introduces Bill To Ban Putin, Officials From Entering Country
05/18/2022 - US Confirms 1st Case Of Monkeypox -- Man Who Recently Travelled To Canada
05/19/2022 - Monkeypox cases investigated in US, Canada and Europe
05/19/2022 - Canada's indigenous leaders ask for royal apology
05/20/2022 - Canada to ban Huawei from its 5G networks
05/20/2022 - Canada Bans Luxury Goods Trade With Russia, Punishes More Oligarchs
05/21/2022 - 4 Dead, Massive Blackouts As Heavy Storms Hit East Canada Provinces
05/22/2022 - Canada storms: Nearly a million homes lose power in high winds
05/26/2022 - Canada Man Seen With Rifle Shot Dead By Cops, Days After US Massacre
05/30/2022 - Organic strawberries likely cause of hepatitis A outbreak in U.S., Canada
05/30/2022 - Handguns: Canada proposes complete freeze on ownership
05/30/2022 - Canada Plans To Ban Handgun Sales In Wake Of Texas School Shooting
06/01/2022 - Canada trials decriminalising cocaine, MDMA and other drugs
06/02/2022 - Canada Says China Harassed Its Aircraft On North Korea Sanctions Mission
06/02/2022 - Canada says China 'buzzing' military flights in Asia
06/04/2022 - Canada's Justin Trudeau Announces "Freeze" On Handgun Ownership
06/10/2022 - Canada mulls putting warnings on each cigarette
06/12/2022 - Canada Probing Possible Bomb Threat To Its Parliament: Report
06/14/2022 - Whiskey Wars: Denmark and Canada strike deal to end 50-year row over Arctic island
06/14/2022 - Canada lifts jab mandate for domestic and overseas travel
06/14/2022 - Canada Is Lifting Covid Vaccine Mandate For Domestic, Overseas Travel
06/15/2022 - Canada, Denmark agree on territorial dispute over Arctic island
06/21/2022 - COP15: UN biodiversity summit moved from China to Canada
06/21/2022 - Canada MPs given panic buttons as threats increase
06/22/2022 - On Camera, Train Smashes Into SUV At Railroad Crossing In Canada
06/25/2022 - Frozen baby mammoth discovered in Yukon excites Canada
06/28/2022 - Baby Dies After Being Left In Car In Canada While Mother Taught At School
07/01/2022 - Viral Video: Unusual Landspout Emerges In Canada Town, Shocks Beachgoers
07/04/2022 - In Canada's Quebec, A New Way To Prosecute Domestic And Sexual Assault
07/05/2022 - Canada Becomes 1st Country To Ratify Finland, Sweden's Bid To Join NATO
07/07/2022 - Ukraine Urges Canada Not To Hand Over Gas Turbine To Russia
07/07/2022 - Canada To Send Armored Vehicles To Ukraine As Russia Intensifies Attack
07/08/2022 - Canada hit by massive mobile and internet outage
07/09/2022 - Canada's internet outage caused by 'maintenance'
07/11/2022 - Ukraine Summons Canada Envoy Over "Unacceptable" Turbine Return
07/13/2022 - Gandhi Statue Defaced In Canada; "...To Terrorise Community," Says India
07/14/2022 - 1985 Air India Bombing Suspect Shot Dead In Canada: Report
07/15/2022 - Man acquitted of bombing 1985 Air India flight shot dead in Canada
07/16/2022 - Why an accused Liberian warlord was killed in Canada
07/23/2022 - Pope Francis: The pontiff's 'pilgrimage of penance' to Canada
07/23/2022 - Pope's Canada Trip Today To Apologise To Indigenous School Abuse Survivors
07/25/2022 - Pope lands in Canada to seek forgiveness from native communities
07/25/2022 - "Multiple Victims" In Shootings Near Vancouver: Canada Police
07/25/2022 - Pope Francis To Visit Canada School To Apologise For "Cultural Genocide"
07/25/2022 - Pope Francis Apologises To Canada's Indigenous People For School Abuse
07/25/2022 - Pope Meets People Outside Canada Church On Wheelchair, Security Frets
07/27/2022 - 2 Arrests In Canada For Murder Of Sikh Acquitted In 1985 Air India Bombing
07/29/2022 - Pope Francis Ends Canada Trip With Apology To Inuit People
07/30/2022 - Removing Condom Without Partner's Consent Is Sex Crime: Canada Court
08/03/2022 - "Grapefruit-Sized" Hail Stones Smash Dozens Of Vehicles In Canada
08/03/2022 - Hockey Canada: A sex assault scandal disgraces country’s pastime
08/05/2022 - Canada to ban import of handguns pending total freeze
08/10/2022 - Rare Aurora Occurrence Seen In Sky Above Canada After Solar Storm: Report
08/13/2022 - Tortoise Turns 100, Canada Museum Celebrates Occasion With Special Events
08/17/2022 - Prominent Vatican Cardinal Named In Canada Sexual Assault Lawsuit: Report
08/29/2022 - Harry Potter Star Slams Air Canada For "Kicking" Him Out Of First Class
08/31/2022 - 3 Cops Charged For Shooting Child In Canada
09/01/2022 - Canada: 12 diners sent to hospital from likely aconite poisoning
09/01/2022 - Canada: Why ERs are struggling to stay open nationwide
09/04/2022 - 10 Killed, Dozen Others Injured In Stabbings In Canada
09/04/2022 - Canada rocked by multiple deadly stabbings in Saskatchewan
09/04/2022 - Mass Stabbing In Canada Is "Horrific And Heartbreaking": Justin Trudeau
09/05/2022 - Manhunt Launched For 2 Suspects After Knife Rampage Kills 10 In Canada
09/05/2022 - Canada stabbings: One suspect found dead
09/05/2022 - One Suspect In Canada Mass Stabbings Found Dead: Cops
09/06/2022 - Canada Extends Manhunt For Suspect In Stabbing Spree That Killed 10
09/06/2022 - Canada stab victim 'died helping others'
09/06/2022 - Canada Stabbings: Stay-At-Home Orders As Police Hunt Second Suspect
09/06/2022 - Canada stabbings: Town 'shattered' amid stabbings manhunt
09/07/2022 - Canada stabbings suspect has 59 prior convictions, documents show
09/07/2022 - Canada Mass Stabbings Suspect Dies After Arrest, Says Police
09/07/2022 - Waking To Screams: How Canada Mass Stabbings Played Out
09/12/2022 - Canada Cop Shot Dead, Many Injured In Mass Shooting
09/13/2022 - Canada has its first Michelin guide. Does it matter?
09/19/2022 - Indian Student Injured During Shooting Rampage In Canada Dies
09/23/2022 - Hurricane Fiona heads to Canada as Florida watches Harmine
09/24/2022 - Canada Braces For Possible Historic Storm As Hurricane Fiona Approaches
09/24/2022 - Canada Records 182% Rise In Race, Ethnicity Based Hate Crimes Since 2014
09/24/2022 - Storm Fiona Hits Canada's East Coast, Thousands Without Power
09/24/2022 - Hurricane Fiona Hits Canada: 5 Facts To Know
09/25/2022 - Storm Fiona: Houses washed into sea as storm batters Canada
09/25/2022 - "Devastation Is Immense": Canada Counts Damage After Storm Fiona
09/26/2022 - Fiona causes havoc in Canada
09/26/2022 - Canada ends vaccine entry rules, makes ArriveCan optional
10/02/2022 - Drax: UK power station owner cuts down primary forests in Canada
10/05/2022 - Canada: Supreme Court to hear if US is 'safe' for migrants
10/07/2022 - India Wants Action On Khalistani Group For "Punjab Referendum" In Canada
10/11/2022 - Hockey Canada top bosses quit amid sexual assault scandal
10/21/2022 - Sikh Man Kills Children, Strangles Wife In Canada, Charged With Murder
10/24/2022 - Inflation: Why Canada grocers are accused of 'greedflation'
10/27/2022 - Boosted by fertilizers, Brazil/Canada bilateral trade breaking records
11/01/2022 - Indian Students Say Canada Is Exploiting Them for "Cheap Labor"
11/01/2022 - Canada Plans Record 500,000 Immigration Targets In Next 2 Years
11/10/2022 - Indian Man Relocates To Canada For Meta Job, Laid-Off 2 Days Later
11/13/2022 - Canada Army Can Now Recruit Immigrants With Permanent Residency Status
11/14/2022 - Canada charges utilities employee over China spying
11/15/2022 - US, Japan, Canada Pledge $20 Billion To Move Indonesia Away From Coal
11/17/2022 - Canada Arrests Public Utility Worker On Charges Of Spying For China
11/17/2022 - Xi Jinping Did Not Criticise Canada's Trudeau, Clarifies China Ministry
11/17/2022 - China/Canada incident in Bali: Xi "reprimands" PM Justin Trudeau
11/21/2022 - Canada: Why the country wants to bring in 1.5m immigrants by 2025
11/23/2022 - Canada Launches Probe Into Chinese "Police Service Stations" In Toronto
11/24/2022 - Indian-Origin Teen Stabbed To Death In Canada: Police
11/27/2022 - World Cup 2022: Croatia 4-1 Canada - Andrej Kramaric scores twice to send Canada out
11/27/2022 - Canada's New Indo-Pacific Plan Days After Tense Trudeau-Xi Confrontation
11/28/2022 - DNA Testing Leads To Arrest In 1983 Canada Murders
11/29/2022 - Canada Stands With Protestors in China, Says Justin Trudeau
11/30/2022 - Canada: Ambassador tells EU that deforestation rules 'burdensome'
12/01/2022 - Canada: Alleged serial killer accused of murdering four indigenous women
12/03/2022 - TikTok Star Megha Thakur, 21, Dies "Suddenly And Unexpectedly" In Canada
12/03/2022 - Canada Jobs For Families Of Open Work Permit Holders Amid Labour Crunch
12/04/2022 - After Covid Pandemic, Canada Now Faces "Tridemic": Report
12/09/2022 - Canada Sanctions Iran, Russia, Myanmar Over Human Rights Violations
12/09/2022 - Canada: Quebec makes oath to King optional for politicians
12/10/2022 - Canada's Parliament "Rises Up" To Recognise Sindhi Language
12/11/2022 - 40-Year-Old Sikh Woman Killed At Home In Canada: Report
12/12/2022 - Sikh Man, 24, Shot Dead In Canada's Alberta, 2nd Such Attack This Month
12/17/2022 - Shoplifting Surges To An Alarming Level Across Canada: Report
12/18/2022 - Canada's polar-bear capital Churchill warms too fast for bears
12/19/2022 - 5 Killed In Shooting In Canada's Toronto, Gunman Shot Dead
12/19/2022 - Vaughan shooting: Five killed by gunman in Canada apartment block
12/19/2022 - Sikh Man Charged For Wife's Murder In Canada
12/23/2022 - Canada's polar bear population plummets - government report
12/25/2022 - Canada coach crash leaves more than 50 injured
01/01/2023 - Most Foreigners In Canada Banned From Buying Houses For 2 Years
01/03/2023 - Two-year ban on foreign homebuyers takes effect in Canada
01/03/2023 - Canada Grants Permanent Residency To More Than 437,000 Foreigners In 2022
01/26/2023 - Canada Says It Will Send 4 Leopard 2 Tanks To Ukraine
01/26/2023 - Meet Amira Elghawaby, Canada's First-Ever Anti-Islamophobia Advisor
01/30/2023 - Canada province experiments with decriminalising hard drugs
02/01/2023 - Canada Moves To Take In 10,000 Uyghur Refugees
02/03/2023 - Canada Imposes Fresh Russia Sanctions, Moscow Vows Retaliation
02/05/2023 - Canada's Decision To Resettle 10,000 Uyghurs May Annoy China: Report
02/06/2023 - 'Surprise' in Canada as NYC buses migrants to border
02/08/2023 - 2 Children Killed As Bus "Deliberately" Crashes Into Canada Day Care: Cops
02/10/2023 - Canada appeals ruling to repatriate citizens in Syria
02/11/2023 - US Jet Shoots Down "Unidentified Object" Over Canada, 2nd Strike In 2 Days
02/11/2023 - "Unidentified Object" Shot Down Over Canada, Says President Justin Trudeau
02/11/2023 - US aircraft shoots down new airborne object over Canada
02/11/2023 - Airspace Over Montana Briefly Shut As US Shoots Down "Object" In Canada
02/14/2023 - Ice Rink In Canada, World's Largest, May Not Open. Here's Why
02/17/2023 - In Canada, complex fraud schemes are targeting homeowners
02/18/2023 - US and Canada abandon search for three flying objects shot down
02/21/2023 - Why singer Jully Black changed one word in Canada's national anthem
02/22/2023 - "Thwarted Recent Air, Maritime Surveillance Attempts By China": Canada
02/22/2023 - Canada's military tracked Chinese surveillance in the Arctic
02/27/2023 - Canada bans TikTok on government devices
02/27/2023 - After US, Canada Bans TikTok On Government Devices Over Data Concerns
03/06/2023 - Canada to probe alleged Chinese election meddling
03/07/2023 - Canada Launches Probe Into Chinese Election Interference Charges
03/07/2023 - Canada To End Historical Abortion, Indecency Convictions
03/10/2023 - Kiska, Canada's Last Captive Killer Whale, Dies
03/10/2023 - After US, Battle Against Caste Discrimination Reaches Canada
03/13/2023 - 2 Killed, 9 Injured After Truck Crashes Into Pedestrians In Canada: Cops
03/13/2023 - Canada: Truck ploughs into pedestrians, killing two
03/19/2023 - Why asylum seekers are choosing Canada in record numbers
03/22/2023 - Immigration fuels Canada's largest population growth of over 1 million
03/23/2023 - US and Canada reach deal to reject asylum seekers - reports
03/31/2023 - Syphilis In Babies Skyrockets In Canada Amid Rising Drug Use
04/05/2023 - Canada: Body of indigenous woman found in landfill
04/06/2023 - Ice Storm Leaves Over A Million Without Electricity In Canada
04/06/2023 - Canada Deploys Aircraft To Japan To Implement North Korea Sanctions
04/10/2023 - Mercosur, Canada to resume trade deal talks
04/17/2023 - Canada Public Broadcaster CBC Quits Twitter Over "Government-Funded" Label
04/17/2023 - Canada's Cooke Inc, taking over 80% of Nueva Pescanova package
04/21/2023 - Canada To Send Sniper Rifles, Radios In New $28 Million Ukraine Aid Package
04/22/2023 - Male Politicians In Canada Parade Around In Pink High Heels. Here's Why
04/25/2023 - Woman In Canada Feeds Crickets To Toddler To Cut Down Grocery Bills
05/04/2023 - Canada considers expelling Chinese diplomats for targeting MP
05/05/2023 - Their plane went down - how this WW2 Canada crew survived
05/06/2023 - Man Arrested In Canada For Opening Store To Sell Hard Drugs
05/07/2023 - Terrifying Videos Show "Unprecedented" Wildfires Raging In Canada
05/08/2023 - Ottawa declares Chinese diplomat 'persona non grata' in Canada
05/08/2023 - Chinese Diplomat Expelled By Canada Over Alleged Intimidation Plan
05/09/2023 - China Expels Canada's Top Diplomat In Tit-For-Tat Move
05/09/2023 - US, UK, Canada Issue Travel Advisories For Citizens In Pakistan
05/12/2023 - On Brazil's lead, Canada and Mercosur advance trade negotiations
05/23/2023 - What to know about Canada and China's foreign interference row
05/25/2023 - Canada, Saudi Arabia resume full diplomatic ties after 5 years
05/29/2023 - Punjab-Origin Gangster Shot Dead At Wedding Reception In Canada
05/29/2023 - Canada: Dashcam captures driving through huge wildfire
05/30/2023 - Videos Capture "Out-Of-Control" Wildfires Raging Through Canada
05/30/2023 - Canada Issues Evacuation Order After New Wildfire, Potential Ammonia Leak
06/01/2023 - Landlord In Canada Fatally Shoots Young Couple Over Tenant Dispute: Cops
06/02/2023 - Canada To Print "Poison In Every Puff" On Individual Cigarettes
06/07/2023 - Canada fires shroud New York City with orange haze
06/07/2023 - Canada Wildfires Shroud New York In Apocalyptic Haze
06/07/2023 - Over 100 Million Affected By Canada Wildfires In North America: 5 Points
06/08/2023 - Is climate change fuelling Canada's wildfires?
06/08/2023 - Air quality: How to protect yourself from Canada wildfire smoke

Air quality: How to protect yourself from Canada wildfire smoke

Published: 06/08/2023 in BBC News - World

With toxic air quality in parts of North America likely to persist, here's what you can do to stay safe.

Is climate change fuelling Canada's wildfires?

Published: 06/08/2023 in BBC News - World

Smoke from wildfires has enveloped Toronto and New York. We look at the role of a changing climate.

Over 100 Million Affected By Canada Wildfires In North America: 5 Points

Published: 06/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

At least 100 million people across Canada and the US are facing serious health risks due to the wildfires in Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said Canada is living through its "worst wildfire season" in recorded history.

Canada Wildfires Shroud New York In Apocalyptic Haze

Published: 06/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Smoke from Canadian wildfires shrouded New York in a record-breaking apocalyptic smog Wednesday as cities along the US East Coast issued air quality alerts and thousands evacuated their homes in Canada.

Canada fires shroud New York City with orange haze

Published: 06/07/2023 in BBC News - World

Timelapse video of the city's skyline shows the air quality worsen in a matter of a few hours.

Canada To Print "Poison In Every Puff" On Individual Cigarettes

Published: 06/02/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The policy seeks to reduce tobacco usage to less than five per cent by 2035. New laws also aim to strengthen health-related visual representations on cigarette packets.

Landlord In Canada Fatally Shoots Young Couple Over Tenant Dispute: Cops

Published: 06/01/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A landlord in Canada killed a young couple who lived in his building over an apparent housing dispute before being shot dead by police.

Canada Issues Evacuation Order After New Wildfire, Potential Ammonia Leak

Published: 05/30/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian emergency officials issued a mandatory evacuation order for parts of Bedford, Nova Scotia, after authorities noted a new wildfire and the potential for an ammonia leak in the area, CBC News reported on Tuesday.

Videos Capture "Out-Of-Control" Wildfires Raging Through Canada

Published: 05/30/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The fires, which have been deemed ''out of control'' by officials, have destroyed at least 200 buildings and caused huge plumes of smoke.

Canada: Dashcam captures driving through huge wildfire

Published: 05/29/2023 in BBC News - World

The Canadian city of Halifax declares a state of local emergency after a wildfire causes power cuts and evacuations.

Punjab-Origin Gangster Shot Dead At Wedding Reception In Canada

Published: 05/29/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

In a suspected case of gang conflict, a 28-year-old Punjab-origin man, who was on Canadian police's most violent gangsters' list, has been shot dead by unknown people at a wedding venue in Vancouver city of Canada.

Canada, Saudi Arabia resume full diplomatic ties after 5 years

Published: 05/25/2023 in MercoPress

It was “about time” relations were restored, said former Canadian Ambassador Horak Five years after Saudi Arabia expelled Canada's ambassador from Riyadh over Ottawa's remarks on women's rights activists, both countries agreed Wednesday to restore full diplomatic relations, Global Affairs Canada (Canada's foreign ministry - GAC) announced in a statement.

What to know about Canada and China's foreign interference row

Published: 05/23/2023 in BBC News - World

Canadian politics have been rocked by allegations of interference by China in its federal elections.

On Brazil's lead, Canada and Mercosur advance trade negotiations

Published: 05/12/2023 in MercoPress

Between January and April 2023, Brazil exported US$ 1.526 billion to Canada and imported US$ 1.104 billion, resulting in a surplus of US$ 421.7 million for Brazil. Brazil is leading efforts to increase its own and Mercosur interests in closer trade and investment relations with Canada. This week the Brazilian Foreign Trade Secretary from the Ministry of Development, Industry, Trade and Services, MDIC, Tatiana Prazeres received the Canadian ambassador in Brasilia, Emmanuel Kamarianakis and special representatives, with the purpose of strengthening trade relations between both countries and the regional block Mercosur.

US, UK, Canada Issue Travel Advisories For Citizens In Pakistan

Published: 05/09/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States, United Kingdom and Canada have issued new travel advisories for their citizens citing political unrest following the arrest of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, ARY News reported.

China Expels Canada's Top Diplomat In Tit-For-Tat Move

Published: 05/09/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

China said today it was expelling Canada's consul in Shanghai in a tit-for-tat move after Ottawa said it was sending home a Chinese diplomat accused of trying to intimidate a Canadian lawmaker critical of Beijing.

Chinese Diplomat Expelled By Canada Over Alleged Intimidation Plan

Published: 05/08/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Ottawa announced Monday the expulsion of a Chinese diplomat accused of having sought to intimidate a Canadian lawmaker critical of Beijing, plunging the two nations into a new diplomatic row.

Ottawa declares Chinese diplomat 'persona non grata' in Canada

Published: 05/08/2023 in BBC News - World

The expulsion of a Chinese diplomat comes after claims Beijing sought to target a Canadian lawmaker.

Terrifying Videos Show "Unprecedented" Wildfires Raging In Canada

Published: 05/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Videos going viral on social media show the massive scale of unprecedented wildfires burning in Canada, where thousands of people have been forced to evacuate their homes.

Man Arrested In Canada For Opening Store To Sell Hard Drugs

Published: 05/06/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A 51-year-old Canadian man was arrested in British Columbia for opening a mobile shop to sell cocaine, heroin and other dangerous substances.

Their plane went down - how this WW2 Canada crew survived

Published: 05/05/2023 in BBC News - World

Eighty years after their plane crashed, the story of a Halifax bomber crew is finally being told.

Canada considers expelling Chinese diplomats for targeting MP

Published: 05/04/2023 in BBC News - World

Canada's spy agency has accused China of targeting a Canadian politician who criticised Beijing.

Woman In Canada Feeds Crickets To Toddler To Cut Down Grocery Bills

Published: 04/25/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Author Tiffany Leigh claimed that the move reduced her weekly grocery expenses significantly.

Male Politicians In Canada Parade Around In Pink High Heels. Here's Why

Published: 04/22/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The campaign aims to educate men and boys about gender-based violence while raising funds for the women's shelter.

Canada To Send Sniper Rifles, Radios In New $28 Million Ukraine Aid Package

Published: 04/21/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian government on Friday announced C$39 million ($28.9 million) in new military assistance for Ukraine that will include 40 sniper rifles, 16 radio sets and a donation to a NATO fund to help Kyiv in its war against Russia.

Canada's Cooke Inc, taking over 80% of Nueva Pescanova package

Published: 04/17/2023 in MercoPress

The Galician banking corporation Abanca confirmed it had sold most of the fishing processing conglomerate of Nueva Pescanova to the Canadian corporation Cooke Seafood Inc. Nueva Pescanova is the name of the defunct Galician Pescanova company recovered by Abanca, after it surfaced the company was indebted in over 500 million US dollars which ended with several of the original owners jailed for fraud and fake accountancy.

Canada Public Broadcaster CBC Quits Twitter Over "Government-Funded" Label

Published: 04/17/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's public broadcaster CBC and its French-language version Radio-Canada said Monday they were effectively quitting Twitter over a new government-funded label it says questions its editorial independence.

Mercosur, Canada to resume trade deal talks

Published: 04/10/2023 in MercoPress

A Canadian team is due in Brasilia next month to resume the negotiations that were left aside due to the Covid-19 pandemic Negotiations for an agreement between Mercosur and Canada to eliminate tariffs on industrial and agricultural goods, services, intellectual property, and government purchases are to resume after more than three years, CNN Brazil reported. The initiative had been halted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Canada Deploys Aircraft To Japan To Implement North Korea Sanctions

Published: 04/06/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada on Thursday said it will deploy a military aircraft to Japan to support implementation of United Nations Security Council sanctions against North Korea.

Ice Storm Leaves Over A Million Without Electricity In Canada

Published: 04/06/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 1.2 million people were without power in Canada's two most populated provinces, Ontario and Quebec, on Thursday morning a day after freezing rain and strong winds hit the southeast of the country, toppling trees onto power lines.

Canada: Body of indigenous woman found in landfill

Published: 04/05/2023 in BBC News - World

It is the second body recovered by Winnipeg police from the same landfill in less than a year.

Syphilis In Babies Skyrockets In Canada Amid Rising Drug Use

Published: 03/31/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Public health researchers and clinicians said the rates of congenital syphilis began increasing before the pandemic and worsened as public health agencies diverted resources to COVID-19 testing and other pandemic-related health measures.

US and Canada reach deal to reject asylum seekers - reports

Published: 03/23/2023 in BBC News - World

The move is part of efforts to limit a surge of border crossings between New York and Quebec.

Immigration fuels Canada's largest population growth of over 1 million

Published: 03/22/2023 in BBC News - World

Canada's largest surge in population growth was largely due to immigration, the government said.

Why asylum seekers are choosing Canada in record numbers

Published: 03/19/2023 in BBC News - World

Tens of thousands are crossing into Canada via Roxham Road, an unofficial border in upstate New York.

Canada: Truck ploughs into pedestrians, killing two

Published: 03/13/2023 in BBC News - World

Two people have died and nine have been injured after being hit by a truck in Quebec province.

2 Killed, 9 Injured After Truck Crashes Into Pedestrians In Canada: Cops

Published: 03/13/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Two people were killed in Canada and nine injured when they were hit by a truck on Monday, police said.

After US, Battle Against Caste Discrimination Reaches Canada

Published: 03/10/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Last month, Seattle became the first US city to outlaw caste discrimination after its local council overwhelmingly passed a resolution moved by an Indian-American politician.

Kiska, Canada's Last Captive Killer Whale, Dies

Published: 03/10/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Kiska, the last captive killer whale in Canada, has died, the Ontario government said late on Friday, adding it was informed of the death by the theme park where Kiska lived.

Canada To End Historical Abortion, Indecency Convictions

Published: 03/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The announcement builds on a 2018 law that sought to correct past injustices and created a path for individuals to clear their criminal records.

Canada Launches Probe Into Chinese Election Interference Charges

Published: 03/07/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

In recent weeks, a series of reports in the Canadian media, based on intelligence leaks, have detailed alleged attempts by China to interfere in those elections.

Canada to probe alleged Chinese election meddling

Published: 03/06/2023 in BBC News - World

An "independent special rapporteur" will examine reports of Chinese meddling in recent elections.

After US, Canada Bans TikTok On Government Devices Over Data Concerns

Published: 02/27/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian government on Monday banned TikTok from all of its phones and other devices, citing concerns about data protection.

Canada bans TikTok on government devices

Published: 02/27/2023 in BBC News - World

The federal government says the video app is an "unacceptable" risk to privacy and security.

Canada's military tracked Chinese surveillance in the Arctic

Published: 02/22/2023 in BBC News - World

The military has said it is "fully aware" of efforts by China to conduct surveillance in the north.

"Thwarted Recent Air, Maritime Surveillance Attempts By China": Canada

Published: 02/22/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada is aware of recent air and maritime surveillance attempts by China and has thwarted such efforts since last year, the Canadian defense ministry said today, after a newspaper reported Chinese floating devices were found in the Arctic in autumn.

Why singer Jully Black changed one word in Canada's national anthem

Published: 02/21/2023 in BBC News - World

Singer Jully Black has gotten a lot of reaction for her rendition of O Canada at an NBA game.

US and Canada abandon search for three flying objects shot down

Published: 02/18/2023 in BBC News - World

Efforts to find the objects downed over Alaska, Lake Huron and the Yukon ended without finding debris.

In Canada, complex fraud schemes are targeting homeowners

Published: 02/17/2023 in BBC News - World

In Toronto's red hot real estate market, homes are reportedly being sold out from under their owners.

Ice Rink In Canada, World's Largest, May Not Open. Here's Why

Published: 02/14/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian capital's iconic Rideau Canal Skateway -- the largest outdoor rink in the world and a UNESCO heritage site -- may not open this winter for the first time in five decades, due to a lack of ice.

Airspace Over Montana Briefly Shut As US Shoots Down "Object" In Canada

Published: 02/11/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Airspace over part of the western US state of Montana was temporarily closed Saturday evening due to an object in the sky, the Federal Aviation Administration and a lawmaker said.

US aircraft shoots down new airborne object over Canada

Published: 02/11/2023 in BBC News - World

It comes after the US shot down an aerial object off the coast of Alaska on Friday.

"Unidentified Object" Shot Down Over Canada, Says President Justin Trudeau

Published: 02/11/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

"Canadian and US aircraft were scrambled, and a US F-22 successfully fired at the object," Trudeau tweeted.

US Jet Shoots Down "Unidentified Object" Over Canada, 2nd Strike In 2 Days

Published: 02/11/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

"Canadian and US aircraft were scrambled, and a US F-22 successfully fired at the object," Trudeau tweeted.

Canada appeals ruling to repatriate citizens in Syria

Published: 02/10/2023 in BBC News - World

British-Canadian dual national Jack Letts is one of the four men a court ordered Canada to repatriate.

2 Children Killed As Bus "Deliberately" Crashes Into Canada Day Care: Cops

Published: 02/08/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A bus driver rammed his vehicle into a day care center near Montreal Wednesday, killing two four-year-old children in what police believe was a deliberate act.

'Surprise' in Canada as NYC buses migrants to border

Published: 02/06/2023 in BBC News - World

New York City's mayor confirms the city is giving migrants free bus tickets to the Canadian border.

Canada's Decision To Resettle 10,000 Uyghurs May Annoy China: Report

Published: 02/05/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian Parliament-led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unanimously passing a motion for allowing the resettlement of the 10,000 Uyghur Muslims, mainly fleeing from repression in the province of Xinjiang, may irk China, reported The Geneva Daily

Canada Imposes Fresh Russia Sanctions, Moscow Vows Retaliation

Published: 02/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada on Friday imposed sanctions on 38 individuals and 16 entities it said were "complicit in peddling Russian disinformation and propaganda", prompting a quick promise of retaliation from Moscow.

Canada Moves To Take In 10,000 Uyghur Refugees

Published: 02/01/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's parliament on Wednesday unanimously passed a motion to take in 10,000 Uyghur refugees who fled China but are now facing pressure to return.

Canada province experiments with decriminalising hard drugs

Published: 01/30/2023 in BBC News - World

Cocaine, heroin and fentanyl will be allowed in small quantities in Vancouver and its surrounding province.

Meet Amira Elghawaby, Canada's First-Ever Anti-Islamophobia Advisor

Published: 01/26/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau praised the appointment as "an important step in our fight against Islamophobia and hatred in all its forms."

Canada Says It Will Send 4 Leopard 2 Tanks To Ukraine

Published: 01/26/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will send four Leopard 2 battle tanks to Ukraine, Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand said on Thursday, after Germany this week allowed other countries to re-export the German-built tank.

Canada Grants Permanent Residency To More Than 437,000 Foreigners In 2022

Published: 01/03/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada set an immigration record last year by granting more than 437,000 foreigners permanent residency, the government said on Tuesday, as it ramps up immigration to fight a tight labour market.

Two-year ban on foreign homebuyers takes effect in Canada

Published: 01/03/2023 in BBC News - World

The measure was enacted to tackle the pressing issue of housing affordability in the country.

Most Foreigners In Canada Banned From Buying Houses For 2 Years

Published: 01/01/2023 in NDTV News - World-news

A ban on foreigners buying residential property in Canada took effect on Sunday, aiming to make more homes available to locals facing a housing crunch.

Canada coach crash leaves more than 50 injured

Published: 12/25/2022 in BBC News - World

It is not yet known what caused the crash involving an intercity coach on Christmas Eve.

Canada's polar bear population plummets - government report

Published: 12/23/2022 in BBC News - World

Climate change is said to be a key factor in a 27% decline in the population over the past five years.

Sikh Man Charged For Wife's Murder In Canada

Published: 12/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

On December 7, police responded to a stabbing report and found Harpreet Kaur Gill with life-threatening injuries resulting from multiple stab wounds at her home.

Vaughan shooting: Five killed by gunman in Canada apartment block

Published: 12/19/2022 in BBC News - World

The gunman was shot dead by police who found victims scattered in several flats of the block.

5 Killed In Shooting In Canada's Toronto, Gunman Shot Dead

Published: 12/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Five people were killed and another wounded Sunday in a shooting in the suburbs of the Canadian city of Toronto, police said.

Canada's polar-bear capital Churchill warms too fast for bears

Published: 12/18/2022 in BBC News - World

The amount of time without sea-ice is becoming too long for the bears to survive, experts say.

Shoplifting Surges To An Alarming Level Across Canada: Report

Published: 12/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Experts issued a warning that the issue would get worse if the economy slowed down next year as some economists anticipate.

Sikh Man, 24, Shot Dead In Canada's Alberta, 2nd Such Attack This Month

Published: 12/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A 24-year-old Indian-origin Sikh man has died of gunshot wounds in the Canadian province of Alberta, with police citing homicide as the reason for his death, the second such incident this month in...

40-Year-Old Sikh Woman Killed At Home In Canada: Report

Published: 12/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A Sikh woman was killed at her home in Canada's Surrey and her husband was arrested at the scene of the incident, CBC News reported, citing homicide investigators, adding that he was released later.

Canada's Parliament "Rises Up" To Recognise Sindhi Language

Published: 12/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The House of Commons of Canada rose up to recognize the Sindhi language and has stressed upon Canadian mission in Pakistan to build Sindhi language websites to remove the barriers to communication...

Canada: Quebec makes oath to King optional for politicians

Published: 12/09/2022 in BBC News - World

The bill tries to amend the constitution, which means it could be challenged in court.

Canada Sanctions Iran, Russia, Myanmar Over Human Rights Violations

Published: 12/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada announced Friday sanctions against 67 individuals and nine entities in several countries, including members of Iran's judiciary and prison system for alleged "gross and systematic human rights...

After Covid Pandemic, Canada Now Faces "Tridemic": Report

Published: 12/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's healthcare systems are overwhelmed with 'tridemic' a triple threat of Covid, influenza & respiratory syncytial virus as an unprecedented number of patients are infected with viruses forcing...

Canada Jobs For Families Of Open Work Permit Holders Amid Labour Crunch

Published: 12/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In a major move, Canada will expand its work permit eligibility to the family members of Open Work Permit (OWP) holders from next year to address acute labour shortages.

TikTok Star Megha Thakur, 21, Dies "Suddenly And Unexpectedly" In Canada

Published: 12/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Megha Thakur, Canadian TikTok star, died "suddenly and unexpectedly", her parents have announced. She was 21.

Canada: Alleged serial killer accused of murdering four indigenous women

Published: 12/01/2022 in BBC News - World

The alleged serial killer was arrested for one murder in May. On Thursday police laid more charges.

Canada: Ambassador tells EU that deforestation rules 'burdensome'

Published: 11/30/2022 in BBC News - World

In a letter to EU representatives, Canada's ambassador voiced concern with proposed deforestation rules.

Canada Stands With Protestors in China, Says Justin Trudeau

Published: 11/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday that everyone in China should be allowed to protest and express themselves, and that Canadians were closely watching the protests against the...

DNA Testing Leads To Arrest In 1983 Canada Murders

Published: 11/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Genealogical testing has led to an arrest in the 1983 murders of two women in Toronto, one of whom was the daughter of a founder of gold mining giant Barrick Gold, police said Monday.

Canada's New Indo-Pacific Plan Days After Tense Trudeau-Xi Confrontation

Published: 11/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is boosting military spending and expanding Canadian trade ties in the Indo-Pacific region as part of a "generational" policy shift aimed at countering...

World Cup 2022: Croatia 4-1 Canada - Andrej Kramaric scores twice to send Canada out

Published: 11/27/2022 in BBC News - World

Alphonso Davies scores Canada's first-ever World Cup goal, but it is not enough to stop them being knocked out following a defeat by Croatia.

Indian-Origin Teen Stabbed To Death In Canada: Police

Published: 11/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An 18-year-old Indian-origin teenager has been stabbed to death at a high school parking lot by another teenager in Canada's British Columbia province, police said.

Canada Launches Probe Into Chinese "Police Service Stations" In Toronto

Published: 11/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian Royal Mounted Police announced that it is launched an investigation into reports about Chinese "police service stations" in Toronto city.

Canada: Why the country wants to bring in 1.5m immigrants by 2025

Published: 11/21/2022 in BBC News - World

Some Canadians are concerned the country's aggressive immigration targets are too high.

China/Canada incident in Bali: Xi "reprimands" PM Justin Trudeau

Published: 11/17/2022 in MercoPress

The video capturing the encounter shows Xi and Trudeau in close proximity in what appears to be the G20 venue. An ill tempered Chinese President Xi Jinping reprimanded on Wednesday Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau allegedly over media leaks of the two leaders' meeting, during an encounter on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Indonesia.

Xi Jinping Did Not Criticise Canada's Trudeau, Clarifies China Ministry

Published: 11/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China's foreign ministry on Thursday said Chinese President Xi Jinping was not criticising Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a day after Xi was seen confronting Trudeau at the G20 summit over...

Canada Arrests Public Utility Worker On Charges Of Spying For China

Published: 11/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The police said an investigation found that Yuesheng Wang had been spying at the electricity utility from February 2018 to October this year.

US, Japan, Canada Pledge $20 Billion To Move Indonesia Away From Coal

Published: 11/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

United States, Japan, Canada and six European countries pledged Tuesday to raise at least $20 billion to help wean Indonesia off coal and reach carbon neutrality by 2050, a decade earlier than...

Canada charges utilities employee over China spying

Published: 11/14/2022 in BBC News - World

The employee at Canada's largest power utility is facing four charges, including obtaining trade secrets.

Canada Army Can Now Recruit Immigrants With Permanent Residency Status

Published: 11/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Nearly 1 lakh Indians became permanent residents of Canada in 2021 alone; Canada Defence Minister Anita Anand has said armed forces need to grow to meet global demands triggered by Russia's invasion...

Indian Man Relocates To Canada For Meta Job, Laid-Off 2 Days Later

Published: 11/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

According to his LinkedIn profile, Himanshu V is an IIT-Kharagpur graduate, and has previously worked at brands like GitHub, Adobe and Flipkart.

Canada Plans Record 500,000 Immigration Targets In Next 2 Years

Published: 11/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada plans to welcome a record 500,000 new permanent residents in 2025 and has boosted its targets over the next two years.

Indian Students Say Canada Is Exploiting Them for "Cheap Labor"

Published: 11/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Some foreign students are accusing the Canadian government of using them as a cheap source of labor and discarding them once they're no longer needed.

Boosted by fertilizers, Brazil/Canada bilateral trade breaking records

Published: 10/27/2022 in MercoPress

The total US$ (FOB) 8.223 billion in bilateral trade represents an increase of 62.5% compared to the US$ (FOB) 5.05 billion registered in the same period last year Another record year for Brazil/Canada bilateral trade. Between January and September of this year, the trade flow – which represents the sum of imports and exports – totaled US$ (FOB) 8.223 billion, surpassing the US$ (FOB) 7.497 billion accumulated in the 12 months of 2021.

Inflation: Why Canada grocers are accused of 'greedflation'

Published: 10/24/2022 in BBC News - World

Nearly 80% of Canadians blame grocers for higher food prices, but economists say it's complicated.

Sikh Man Kills Children, Strangles Wife In Canada, Charged With Murder

Published: 10/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A 45-year-old Indian-origin Canadian Sikh has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder after two of his children were killed in their home in Montreal, according to a media report.

Hockey Canada top bosses quit amid sexual assault scandal

Published: 10/11/2022 in BBC News - World

Canada's ice hockey organisation has been under the spotlight for mishandling sex assault allegations.

India Wants Action On Khalistani Group For "Punjab Referendum" In Canada

Published: 10/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

"These objectionable referendums... it is very unfortunate that these are being allowed in a friendly country," foreign ministry spokesperson says

Canada: Supreme Court to hear if US is 'safe' for migrants

Published: 10/05/2022 in BBC News - World

A 'safe third country' pact between Canada and the US has been opposed by refugee advocates for years.

Drax: UK power station owner cuts down primary forests in Canada

Published: 10/02/2022 in BBC News - World

The owner of the UK's biggest power station, Drax, is cutting down key forests in Canada.

Canada ends vaccine entry rules, makes ArriveCan optional

Published: 09/26/2022 in BBC News - World

US vaccine mandate remains in place. Lawmakers have urged Joe Biden to follow in Canada's footsteps.

Fiona causes havoc in Canada

Published: 09/26/2022 in MercoPress

The storm had left 8 dead and several injured in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic Hurricane Fiona has left unprecedented damage after making landfall throughout five provinces in eastern Canada, it was reported.

"Devastation Is Immense": Canada Counts Damage After Storm Fiona

Published: 09/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Parts of eastern Canada suffered "immense" devastation, officials said Sunday after powerful storm Fiona swept houses into the sea and caused major power outages, as the Caribbean and Florida braced...

Storm Fiona: Houses washed into sea as storm batters Canada

Published: 09/25/2022 in BBC News - World

One person is missing after storm Fiona battered the eastern coast, leaving widespread damage.

Hurricane Fiona Hits Canada: 5 Facts To Know

Published: 09/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hurricane Fiona is one of the biggest storms of the Atlantic basin season. The storm is now ripping through Canada's eastern seaboard. The storm has wiped out power to most of Nova Scotia and Prince...

Storm Fiona Hits Canada's East Coast, Thousands Without Power

Published: 09/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Powerful storm Fiona slammed into eastern Canada todaywith hurricane-force winds, blowing over trees and powerlines and leaving hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses without electricity.

Canada Records 182% Rise In Race, Ethnicity Based Hate Crimes Since 2014

Published: 09/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As India warns its citizens in Canada about a "sharp increase in hate crimes", data provided by Statistics Canada shows that there has been a 159% increase in the total number of hate crimes in the...

Canada Braces For Possible Historic Storm As Hurricane Fiona Approaches

Published: 09/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Eastern Canada on Saturday braced for what could become one of the most severe storms in the country's history as Hurricane Fiona barreled toward Nova Scotia nearly a week after devastating parts of...

Hurricane Fiona heads to Canada as Florida watches Harmine

Published: 09/23/2022 in BBC News - World

Florida is also on hurricane watch, as Hurricane Hermine makes its way to the US southwest coast.

Indian Student Injured During Shooting Rampage In Canada Dies

Published: 09/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A 28-year-old Indian student has died due to the injuries sustained during a shooting rampage in Canada's Ontario province that also claimed two other lives, including that of a police constable,...

Canada has its first Michelin guide. Does it matter?

Published: 09/13/2022 in BBC News - World

Michelin's arrival in Canada's most diverse city reignites a debate on the legitimacy of food rankings.

Canada Cop Shot Dead, Many Injured In Mass Shooting

Published: 09/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A police officer was killed when a shooter opened fire west of Toronto on Monday, an official said. One other person also died, according to local media, and at least three people were wounded in the...

Waking To Screams: How Canada Mass Stabbings Played Out

Published: 09/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The stabbing spree in Canada left 10 people dead and injured 18 others, spanning 13 sites across two tiny communities.

Canada Mass Stabbings Suspect Dies After Arrest, Says Police

Published: 09/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The suspect sought by Canadian authorities in a weekend stabbing spree went into medical distress after his arrest on Wednesday and was pronounced dead at a hospital.

Canada stabbings suspect has 59 prior convictions, documents show

Published: 09/07/2022 in BBC News - World

The decision to release Myles Sanderson in February will be reviewed by the parole board.

Canada stabbings: Town 'shattered' amid stabbings manhunt

Published: 09/06/2022 in BBC News - World

People in Saskatchewan grapple with grief and anger in the wake of the tragedy.

Canada Stabbings: Stay-At-Home Orders As Police Hunt Second Suspect

Published: 09/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A remote Indigenous community in western Canada left reeling by a deadly stabbing spree was ordered to lock down Tuesday as police swarmed the area searching for a suspect believed to be hiding there.

Canada stab victim 'died helping others'

Published: 09/06/2022 in BBC News - World

Gloria Burns. 62, was killed as she tried to help other victims of Sunday's attacks in Saskatchewan.

Canada Extends Manhunt For Suspect In Stabbing Spree That Killed 10

Published: 09/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's largest manhunt extended into its third day on Tuesday with hundreds of officers searching for the lone surviving suspect in a stabbing spree that killed 10 people on Sunday, roiling a...

One Suspect In Canada Mass Stabbings Found Dead: Cops

Published: 09/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

One of two brothers who were the target of a massive manhunt after allegedly carrying out a stabbing spree that left 10 dead and 18 wounded has been found dead, police said Monday.

Canada stabbings: One suspect found dead

Published: 09/05/2022 in BBC News - World

Canada police say the body of Damien Sanderson, 31, has been found, but his brother Myles is still at large.

Manhunt Launched For 2 Suspects After Knife Rampage Kills 10 In Canada

Published: 09/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Two men suspected of killing 10 people in a stabbing rampage that devastated an indigenous community in Canada were still at large on Monday as police tried to determine a motive for attacks that...

Mass Stabbing In Canada Is "Horrific And Heartbreaking": Justin Trudeau

Published: 09/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called a mass stabbing that left at least 10 people dead and 15 injured in Saskatchewan province on Sunday "horrific and heartbreaking."

Canada rocked by multiple deadly stabbings in Saskatchewan

Published: 09/04/2022 in BBC News - World

At least 10 people are killed and 15 injured as police launch a manhunt for two suspects.

10 Killed, Dozen Others Injured In Stabbings In Canada

Published: 09/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Ten people were killed and more than a dozen others were injured in stabbings in two remote Canadian communities Sunday, police said, as they launched a manhunt across several provinces for two...

Canada: Why ERs are struggling to stay open nationwide

Published: 09/01/2022 in BBC News - World

A growing nursing shortage has put pressure on hospitals, and smaller ones are left with few options.

Canada: 12 diners sent to hospital from likely aconite poisoning

Published: 09/01/2022 in BBC News - World

Aconite, also known as Devil's Helmet, is a common garden plant that can be lethal if ingested.

3 Cops Charged For Shooting Child In Canada

Published: 08/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Three Canadian police officers have been charged with manslaughter over the death of a one-and-a-half-year-old child during a shooting in Ontario in 2020, the government announced Wednesday.

Harry Potter Star Slams Air Canada For "Kicking" Him Out Of First Class

Published: 08/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis recently slammed Air Canada and called it the "worst airline in North America".

Prominent Vatican Cardinal Named In Canada Sexual Assault Lawsuit: Report

Published: 08/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Vatican Cardinal Marc Ouellet is the highest-ranking clergyman accused in a court document in Canada made public on Tuesday as part of a class action lawsuit against the Quebec Catholic diocese...

Tortoise Turns 100, Canada Museum Celebrates Occasion With Special Events

Published: 08/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A tortoise who has lived at a museum in Halifax, Canada, since the 1940s turned 100 this month. And the museum has decided to celebrate the occasion.

Rare Aurora Occurrence Seen In Sky Above Canada After Solar Storm: Report

Published: 08/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

In a rare sight, a strange line of light formed in the sky above southern Canada as a result of an unexpected solar storm that hit Earth on August 8.

Canada to ban import of handguns pending total freeze

Published: 08/05/2022 in BBC News - World

Gun ownership rules are strict, but the government has taken measures to further tighten legislation.

Hockey Canada: A sex assault scandal disgraces country’s pastime

Published: 08/03/2022 in BBC News - World

Hockey Canada has lost sponsorships and federal funding amid probe into 2018 sexual assault claim

"Grapefruit-Sized" Hail Stones Smash Dozens Of Vehicles In Canada

Published: 08/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

People in Canada were left stunned after a massive hail smashed windshields and stranded travellers on Monday. The hailstorm was caused after a tornado tore through Alberta, a western province in...

Removing Condom Without Partner's Consent Is Sex Crime: Canada Court

Published: 07/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Supreme Court has ruled that removing a condom during sexual intercourse without the explicit permission of a partner is a crime.

Pope Francis Ends Canada Trip With Apology To Inuit People

Published: 07/29/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pope Francis ended his trip to Canada Friday as he began, by apologizing to Indigenous survivors of Catholic-run schools where children were abused over a span of decades, after meeting with Inuit...

2 Arrests In Canada For Murder Of Sikh Acquitted In 1985 Air India Bombing

Published: 07/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian police have arrested two persons for the targeted killing of Ripudaman Singh Malik, a 75-year-old Sikh man acquitted in the tragic 1985 Air India Kanishka terrorist bombing case, local...

Pope Meets People Outside Canada Church On Wheelchair, Security Frets

Published: 07/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pope Francis had some fun on Monday and made Canadian security sweat when he asked a Vatican aide to push his wheelchair close to people waiting outside a church instead of going to his car as...

Pope Francis Apologises To Canada's Indigenous People For School Abuse

Published: 07/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pope Francis on Monday apologized for the "evil" inflicted on the Indigenous peoples of Canada on the first day of a visit focused on addressing decades of abuse at Catholic-run residential schools.

Pope Francis To Visit Canada School To Apologise For "Cultural Genocide"

Published: 07/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pope Francis will visit a former residential school in Canada on Monday, where he is expected to make a historic personal apology to Indigenous survivors of abuse committed over decades at the...

"Multiple Victims" In Shootings Near Vancouver: Canada Police

Published: 07/25/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Multiple people were shot early Monday near Vancouver and a suspect has been taken into custody, Canadian police said, amid reports the assailant deliberately targeted homeless people.

Pope lands in Canada to seek forgiveness from native communities

Published: 07/25/2022 in MercoPress

The Pope's public appearances will be limited to one hour because of his advanced age and physical limitations The Argentina-born Pope Francis Sunday arrived in Canada despite his walking impairment on a mission to seek the forgiveness of native communities for abuses perpetrated at education institutes run by the Catholic Church, which have been unearthed recently.

Pope's Canada Trip Today To Apologise To Indigenous School Abuse Survivors

Published: 07/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pope Francis heads to Canada on Sunday for a chance to personally apologise to Indigenous survivors of abuse committed over a span of decades at residential schools run by the Catholic Church.

Pope Francis: The pontiff's 'pilgrimage of penance' to Canada

Published: 07/23/2022 in BBC News - World

Pope Francis will meet with indigenous communities to apologise for the church's role in residential schools.

Why an accused Liberian warlord was killed in Canada

Published: 07/16/2022 in BBC News - World

An accused Liberian warlord was shot in Canada, and a police officer and his son ended up in court.

Man acquitted of bombing 1985 Air India flight shot dead in Canada

Published: 07/15/2022 in BBC News - World

Ripudaman Singh Malik was accused of involvement in Canada's worst terror attack that killed 329.

1985 Air India Bombing Suspect Shot Dead In Canada: Report

Published: 07/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An acquitted suspect in the 1985 Air India bombings that killed 331 people was shot dead Thursday in an apparent targeted shooting in westernmost Canada, local media reported.

Gandhi Statue Defaced In Canada; "...To Terrorise Community," Says India

Published: 07/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

India on Wednesday expressed its deep anguish over the desecration of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the Richmond Hill city of Ontario in Canada and for a probe into the vandalism, which police said is...

Ukraine Summons Canada Envoy Over "Unacceptable" Turbine Return

Published: 07/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

President Volodymyr Zelensky said Monday that Ukraine summoned its Canadian ambassador over Ottawa's decision to return to Germany gas turbines needed to maintain the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, despite...

Canada's internet outage caused by 'maintenance'

Published: 07/09/2022 in BBC News - World

Emergency services, banking and retail were all affected by the outage of a major internet supplier.

Canada hit by massive mobile and internet outage

Published: 07/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Emergency call hotlines, hospitals and government agencies are affected by the nationwide issue.

Canada To Send Armored Vehicles To Ukraine As Russia Intensifies Attack

Published: 07/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will send 39 General Dynamics-made armored vehicles to Ukraine later this summer to help Kyiv in its defense against the Russian invasion, Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand said on...

Ukraine Urges Canada Not To Hand Over Gas Turbine To Russia

Published: 07/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Ukraine opposes Canada's handing over a turbine to Russia's Gazprom that Moscow says is critical for supplying natural gas to Germany and Kyiv believes such a move would flout sanctions on Russia, a...

Canada Becomes 1st Country To Ratify Finland, Sweden's Bid To Join NATO

Published: 07/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada became the first country to formally ratify Finland and Sweden's accession to NATO in an accelerated process completed shortly after member nations signed off on the nuclear-armed alliance's...

In Canada's Quebec, A New Way To Prosecute Domestic And Sexual Assault

Published: 07/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Five years after the #MeToo movement sent shockwaves around the world with tales of unreported sexual harassment and assault, Canada's Quebec province is moving to ensure victims are heard in court.

Viral Video: Unusual Landspout Emerges In Canada Town, Shocks Beachgoers

Published: 07/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A strange weather phenomenon was reported from the Canadian province of Saskatchewan last week. It showed a landspout tornado touching down in the town of Watrous.

Baby Dies After Being Left In Car In Canada While Mother Taught At School

Published: 06/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A 23-month-old child died in Canada after being left in a car. The incident took place in Bancroft, Ontario, last week when the infant's mother - a teacher - left him in the vehicle accidentally,...

Frozen baby mammoth discovered in Yukon excites Canada

Published: 06/25/2022 in BBC News - World

A whole baby woolly mammoth is dug up at a Yukon gold mine - a first for North America.

On Camera, Train Smashes Into SUV At Railroad Crossing In Canada

Published: 06/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A commuter train in Toronto, Canada, recently crashed into a car that drove around the barrier and stopped on the tracks in mid-May.

Canada MPs given panic buttons as threats increase

Published: 06/21/2022 in BBC News - World

Politicians say intimidation and harassment is becoming increasingly common in Canada.

COP15: UN biodiversity summit moved from China to Canada

Published: 06/21/2022 in BBC News - World

The summit had been repeatedly postponed due to the Covid situation in China

Canada, Denmark agree on territorial dispute over Arctic island

Published: 06/15/2022 in MercoPress

The deal has been cited as a model for peacefully settling territorial disputes Canada and Denmark have agreed on a mechanism to settle a sovereignty dispute over Hans' Island, an uninhabitable 1.2-square-kilometer territory in the Arctic Ocean which will be split into two roughly equal parts using a natural cleft in the rocky terrain as a reference.

Canada Is Lifting Covid Vaccine Mandate For Domestic, Overseas Travel

Published: 06/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Covid-19 vaccination requirement for domestic and outbound travelers, as well as federal bureaucrats and transportation workers, will be suspended starting next week, officials said Tuesday.

Canada lifts jab mandate for domestic and overseas travel

Published: 06/14/2022 in BBC News - World

Vaccine mandates are also being lifted for federal government workers as infections rates drop.

Whiskey Wars: Denmark and Canada strike deal to end 50-year row over Arctic island

Published: 06/14/2022 in BBC News - World

The Nato allies have been involved in a good-natured spat over ownership of Hans Island since 1971.

Canada Probing Possible Bomb Threat To Its Parliament: Report

Published: 06/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian police are investigating a possible risk to national security that forced parliament to lock down for several hours on Saturday after border agents warned of a bomb threat, a government...

Canada mulls putting warnings on each cigarette

Published: 06/10/2022 in BBC News - World

The government says the measure could further cut the number of smokers, especially among the young.

Canada's Justin Trudeau Announces "Freeze" On Handgun Ownership

Published: 06/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday a proposed freeze on handgun ownership in Canada that would effectively ban their importation and sale, following recent mass shootings in the United...

Canada says China 'buzzing' military flights in Asia

Published: 06/02/2022 in BBC News - World

Canada called the incidents unprofessional and potentially hazardous to aircrew in the Pacific.

Canada Says China Harassed Its Aircraft On North Korea Sanctions Mission

Published: 06/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's military has accused Chinese warplanes of harassing its patrol aircraft as they monitor North Korea sanction evasions, sometimes forcing Canadian planes to divert from their flight paths.

Canada trials decriminalising cocaine, MDMA and other drugs

Published: 06/01/2022 in BBC News - World

In the first trial of its kind in Canada, adults can possess small amounts of some illegal drugs.

Canada Plans To Ban Handgun Sales In Wake Of Texas School Shooting

Published: 05/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday a proposed freeze on handgun ownership in Canada that would effectively ban their importation and sale, following recent mass shootings in the United...

Handguns: Canada proposes complete freeze on ownership

Published: 05/30/2022 in BBC News - World

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there is no reason anyone needs a gun other than for sports or hunting.

Organic strawberries likely cause of hepatitis A outbreak in U.S., Canada

Published: 05/30/2022 in National

The Food and Drug Administration said at least 12 hospitalizations are probably linked to strawberries sold in grocery stores including Trader Joe’s and Walmart.

Canada Man Seen With Rifle Shot Dead By Cops, Days After US Massacre

Published: 05/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Police in Canada's largest city Toronto on Thursday fatally shot a man armed with a rifle, local media reported, in an incident that forced several schools into lockdown just two days after a deadly...

Canada storms: Nearly a million homes lose power in high winds

Published: 05/22/2022 in BBC News - World

Five people die due to falling trees and high winds across southern Ontario and Quebec.

4 Dead, Massive Blackouts As Heavy Storms Hit East Canada Provinces

Published: 05/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Four people are dead and nearly 900,000 homes without power after severe storms pummeled the eastern Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec, authorities said Saturday.

Canada Bans Luxury Goods Trade With Russia, Punishes More Oligarchs

Published: 05/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada announced Friday a ban on trade in luxury goods with Russia, and added 14 more Russian oligarchs and other associates of President Vladimir Putin to its sanctions list imposed over the invasion...

Canada to ban Huawei from its 5G networks

Published: 05/20/2022 in BBC News - World

The UK, US, Australia and New Zealand have also barred the Chinese telecoms equipment makers.

Canada's indigenous leaders ask for royal apology

Published: 05/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Prince Charles and Camilla's visit to Canada for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee will end on Thursday.

Monkeypox cases investigated in US, Canada and Europe

Published: 05/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Five cases of the rare disease are confirmed in Portugal and seven in Spain, health authorities say.

US Confirms 1st Case Of Monkeypox -- Man Who Recently Travelled To Canada

Published: 05/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Health authorities in Canada's Quebec province are investigating more than a dozen suspected cases of monkeypox, a rare but potentially serious virus, public broadcaster CBC reported Wednesday.

Canada Introduces Bill To Ban Putin, Officials From Entering Country

Published: 05/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada introduced a bill in the Senate that will ban Russian President Vladimir Putin and some 1,000 other members of his government and military from entering the country as it continues to ratchet...

Queen Elizabeth Ailing, Prince Charles To Visit Canada As Head Of State

Published: 05/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Prince Charles heads to Canada this week to represent head of state Queen Elizabeth II, with more attention than ever on his future role due to his mother's age and failing health.

Nova Scotia shooting: First-hand accounts heard in probe of Canada tragedy

Published: 05/14/2022 in BBC News - World

A probe into Canada's worst mass shooting has revealed new details about killer and police response.

Canada Court Allows Extreme Intoxication Defense At Violent Crimes Trial

Published: 05/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's top court ruled Friday that extreme intoxication may be used as a defense at trial for violent crimes, saying a ban on such pleadings -- supported by women's advocacy groups -- is...

Canada MP regrets calling into debate from toilet

Published: 05/10/2022 in BBC News - World

Opposition MPs noticed the familiar background on Liberal MP Shafqat Ali's screen.

Canada's Grain Plan For Ukraine Amid Supply Worries

Published: 05/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will help Ukraine work out options on how to export stored grain to uphold global food security that has been shaken by Russia's invasion of the country, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau...

"He Needs To Understand...": Canada's Trudeau On Putin's "Illegal War"

Published: 05/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The world will do everything possible to ensure that Russian President Vladimir Putin loses his war in Ukraine, including keeping Moscow under sanctions for years, Canadian Prime Minister Justin...

World Determined To Make Sure Putin Loses In Ukraine: Canada's Trudeau

Published: 05/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The world will do everything possible to ensure that Russian President Vladimir Putin loses his war in Ukraine, including keeping Moscow under sanctions for years, Canadian Prime Minister Justin...

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Visits War-Scarred Suburb In Ukraine's Kyiv

Published: 05/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday visited Irpin outside the capital of Ukraine, its mayor said, where Russian forces were accused of atrocities against civilians.

Joe Biden Dials Canada's Trudeau, Talks On Security Assistance To Ukraine

Published: 05/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in a phone call on Friday, underscored their commitment to holding Russia accountable for its invasion of Ukraine and discussed...

Afghan interpreters fear families 'forgotten' by Canada

Published: 04/30/2022 in BBC News - World

Former interpreters say their families face major bureaucratic hurdles in effort to reach Canada.

Russia's Invasion In Ukraine Is "Genocide", Canada's Parliament Votes

Published: 04/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian lawmakers voted unanimously on Wednesday to call Russia's attacks in Ukraine a "genocide", with members of parliament saying there was "ample evidence of systemic and massive war crimes...

Canada "Very Supportive" Of Sweden, Finland Joining NATO: Justin Trudeau

Published: 04/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada would support including Sweden and Finland in the NATO military alliance, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday, after Russia's invasion of Ukraine has prompted both countries to...

Canada's Trudeau Calls Russian Assault In Ukraine "Genocide"

Published: 04/13/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday it was "right" to describe Russia's attacks in Ukraine as "genocide," repeating US President Joe Biden's accusation.

Canada's '300 Million Barrels Oil' Project Belies Its Climate Goals

Published: 04/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's environment minister approved Wednesday a controversial offshore oil project expected to see 300 million barrels of oil extracted over 30 years -- and to set back efforts to curb climate...

Canada Deer Being Killed By "Zombie Disease", Hunters At Risk

Published: 04/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

So far, there is no strong evidence till date for the occurrence of Chronic Wasting Disease in humans.

"Completely Unjustifiable": Canada Accuses Russia Of Bucha "War Crimes"

Published: 04/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's foreign minister accused Russia of "war crimes" Monday after dead bodies were found scattered on the streets of Bucha, outside Kyiv, and warned of imminent new sanctions.

Canada Woman Found Dismembered, Stuffed In Bag; Son Arrested

Published: 04/03/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian police said Sunday they have arrested the son of a woman whose dismembered body was found stuffed in a plastic bag on a Toronto sidewalk this week, and charged him with murder.

Pope's Apology To Canada's Indigenous A "Step Forward": Justin Trudeau

Published: 04/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday welcomed Pope Francis's apology to Canada's Indigenous peoples for a century of abuses committed at Church-run residential schools in this country, calling it a...

Pope Apologises To Canada's Indigenous For Abuse At Church-Run Schools

Published: 04/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Pope Francis apologised Friday for abuse committed at church-run residential schools in Canada, telling Indigenous delegations at the Vatican it caused him "pain and shame".

Canada's Justin Trudeau Says No To Having Putin At G20 Meeting

Published: 03/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday joined allies in saying he does not wish to see Russian President Vladimir Putin at this year's G20 meeting, citing Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

Canada's Supreme Court upholds C$9m fine on maple syrup thief

Published: 03/31/2022 in BBC News - World

Nearly 3,000 tonnes of maple syrup was stolen in the so-called Great Canadian Maple Syrup Heist.

Canada Says It Will Boost Oil Exports To Replace Russian Energy

Published: 03/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada announced Thursday it will boost oil exports by about five percent to help address supply shortages faced by allies shunning Russian energy after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

Canada mosque: Worshippers stop axe wielding attacker

Published: 03/19/2022 in BBC News - World

Police have charged a 24-year-old man in what they allege was a "hate-motivated incident".

Russia, Canada diplomats spar over 'edited' letter

Published: 03/18/2022 in BBC News - World

Russian accuses Canada of 'kindergarten' diplomacy in spat over a Russian letter sent to UN members.

"Good Manners At Lowest": Russia To Canada On UN Letter In Twitter Spat

Published: 03/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Russia accused Canada on Thursday of childishly annotating a letter it sent at the United Nations seeking support for its draft resolution on providing aid access and civilian protection in Ukraine,...

Ukrainians Fleeing Russian Invasion Can Stay In Canada For 3 Years

Published: 03/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Ottawa announced Thursday it is establishing a new immigration program that will offer Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion a temporary Canadian residence permit for up to three years.

"How Would You Feel If Russia...": Ukraine President To Canada

Published: 03/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in an impassioned address to Canada's parliament on Tuesday doubled down on his plea for a no-fly zone, asking lawmakers to imagine their own cities being bombed...

Ukraine war: Zelensky asks Canada's parliament to ‘Please close the sky'

Published: 03/15/2022 in BBC News - World

The Ukrainian president on Tuesday addressed Canadian parliamentarians via video link.

Canada's Trudeau To Visit Europe Next Week To Discuss Support For Ukraine

Published: 03/04/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday a trip next week to London, Riga, Berlin and Warsaw to discuss with allies how best to support Ukraine in its war with Russia.

Ukraine Crisis: Russian Ships, Fishing Boats Banned From Entering Canada

Published: 03/01/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Ottawa announced Tuesday a ban on Russian ships and fishing boats from its internal waters and ports, the latest in a string of Canadian measures levelled against Moscow over its invasion of Ukraine.

Canada Announces Ban On Oil Imports From Russia Over Ukraine Crisis

Published: 02/28/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday a ban on Russian oil imports, saying oil revenues have helped to prop up President Vladimir Putin and Russian oligarchs.

Rep. Lauren Boebert says like Ukraine, Canada and U.S. ‘need freedom and need to be liberated’

Published: 02/28/2022 in National

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) gave an interview with Fox Nation that prompted condemnation from Canadian politicians.

Europe, Canada Move To Close Its Skies To Russian Planes

Published: 02/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

European nations and Canada moved on Sunday to shut their airspace to Russian aircraft, an unprecedented step aimed at pressuring President Vladimir Putin to end his invasion of Ukraine, the biggest...

Canada's Trudeau Revokes Emergency As Truckers' Protest Ends

Published: 02/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday revoked emergency powers used to dislodge weeks-long trucker-led protests in Ottawa and blockades of border crossings to the United States, as he...

"Invasion Of Ukraine Unacceptable": Canada Imposes Sanctions On Russia

Published: 02/22/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday announced economic sanctions on Russia, saying Moscow's actions against Ukraine were "a further invasion of a sovereign state, and it is completely...

"Misinformation And Disinformation": Trudeau On Canada Truckers' Protests

Published: 02/21/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday defended his use of emergency powers to end weeks-long trucker-led protests and argued that lingering threats require the measures to remain in force...

Canada parliament backs Trudeau on emergency powers

Published: 02/21/2022 in BBC News - World

PM Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act last week over protests against Covid restrictions.

Canada Police Reclaim Capital After Truckers' Anti-Vaccine Protest Ends

Published: 02/20/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The last big rigs were towed Sunday out of Canada's capital, where the streets were quiet for the first time in almost a month after a massive police operation ended a drawn-out siege by protesters...

Canada's Show Of Force As Police Clear Anti-Vaccine Protests' Main Hub

Published: 02/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Police in riot gear cleared the main protest hub in downtown Ottawa Saturday, using batons and pepper spray and making dozens of arrests, as they worked to flush out a hard core of demonstrators...

Canada Police Move To Clear Last Anti-Vax Protesters, Over 100 Arrested

Published: 02/19/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Police in Canada moved Friday to dislodge the final truckers and protesters from downtown Ottawa, in a mostly peaceful operation aimed at bringing an end to three weeks of demonstrations over Covid-19...

Long Standoffs, Choked Capital: Canada's Anti-Vaccine Protesters Dawdle

Published: 02/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Police in Canada moved Friday to dislodge the final truckers and protesters from downtown Ottawa, in a mostly peaceful operation aimed at bringing an end to three weeks of demonstrations over Covid-19...

"Multimillion Dollar Damage" As Canada's Anti-Vax Protesters Attack Site

Published: 02/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian police said Friday they were investigating a "violent confrontation" at a gas pipeline construction site in the western province of British Columbia.

Canada protests: Police begin to make arrests at Ottawa protest

Published: 02/18/2022 in BBC News - World

Police accuse protesters of using children as a shield between officers and the demonstration.

Canada Protest: 70 Arrested By Police In Crackdown Against Truckers

Published: 02/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian police moved Friday to clear a trucker-led demonstration against Covid rules, arresting 70 people and towing away dozens of vehicles that have been choking streets of the Canadian capital for...

Canada Protests: Police clear demonstrators in Canada's capital

Published: 02/18/2022 in BBC News - World

After three weeks, police in Ottawa stepped up efforts to remove anti-vaccine mandate protesters.

Canada Hit Out At "Foreign interference" Over Anti-Vax Truckers' Protests

Published: 02/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Foreign Minister Melanie Joly on Friday hit out at "foreign interference" that she said was fuelling the trucker-led protests against coronavirus curbs that have clogged the capital for...

Canada Arrests One Of Anti-Vaccine "Trucker" Protest Leaders: Report

Published: 02/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

One of the leaders of the trucker-led protest against Covid rules clogging the streets of Canada's capital was arrested Thursday, the movement said on its official Twitter account.

Elon Musk Compares Canada's Justin Trudeau To "Hitler", Deletes Tweet

Published: 02/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Elon Musk compared Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with Adolf Hitler in a tweet that appeared to support truckers protesting vaccine mandates -- and which immediately triggered a storm on...

"You Have To Stop": Canada Police Move In To Remove Anti-Vax Protesters

Published: 02/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian police massed in the capital Thursday, readying to clear a trucker-led protest that has choked Ottawa's streets for three weeks and provoked the government to call on rarely used emergency...

Canada protests: Police warn protesters to leave amid plans to clear blockade

Published: 02/17/2022 in BBC News - World

Prime Minister Trudeau is defending his decision to invoke the Emergencies Act to end the protests.

"Leave Now Or Face Arrest": Canada Police To Freedom Convoy Protesters

Published: 02/16/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian police on Wednesday warned demonstrators opposed to Covid rules who have been clogging Ottawa streets for nearly three weeks to leave or face arrest, fines and seizure of their trucks.

Canada protests: Ottawa stand-off continues as blockades cleared

Published: 02/16/2022 in BBC News - World

Ottawa police have issued leaflets to remaining protesters telling them to leave the area.

Survivors from Spanish trawler that sunk off Canada unlikely, rescuers say

Published: 02/16/2022 in BBC News - World

The vessel sunk off Canada on Monday, but rescuers say there is little hope of finding survivors.

"Tough Time": More Unmarked Graves Found Near Canada's Indigenous School

Published: 02/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An Indigenous community in Canada's Saskatchewan province announced Tuesday the discovery of 54 unmarked graves at two former residential schools, adding to a growing tally of such burials that...

"Hold The Line": Canada Truckers Refuse To End Protest Despite Emergency

Published: 02/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Trucker-led protesters occupying the Canadian capital showed no sign of backing down Tuesday, despite a newly invoked state of emergency granting wide new powers to end their weeks-long protest over...

Canada Announces To Ease Covid Health Measures For Travellers At Borders

Published: 02/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian officials announced Tuesday an easing of Covid-19 checks and rules for travelers arriving at its borders, including no longer requiring PCR tests.

Four dead and 15 missing as Spanish trawler sinks off Canada

Published: 02/15/2022 in BBC News - World

Three crew members have been found and rescue efforts are continuing for other survivors.

Several Dead As Spanish Fishing Boat Sinks Off Canada: Coastguard

Published: 02/15/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A Spanish fishing boat sank off Canada's east coast overnight Monday, killing "several" of the 22 crew members on board, a Spanish coastguard spokeswoman said.

Was Canada's Covid response more effective than the US?

Published: 02/14/2022 in BBC News - World

Despite protests raging in Canada, the country is managing Covid better than the US, data shows.

Canada Police Seize Weapons, Arrest 11 Protesters At US Border

Published: 02/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian police said Monday they have arrested 11 protesters with a "cache of firearms" blocking a border crossing between Coutts, Alberta and the US state of Montana, where they are demonstrating...

Canada's Trudeau To Use Emergency Against Truckers' Protests: Reports

Published: 02/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday was expected to invoke rarely-used emergency powers to bring an end to trucker-led protests against COVID-19 health rules.

Canada police in final push against bridge protesters

Published: 02/13/2022 in BBC News - World

Police on the Canadian side of a key US border crossing begin clearing protesters.

Canada truckers protest: After a police raid, what next?

Published: 02/12/2022 in BBC News - World

A police swoop on the protest at Windsor failed to shut it down. What will it take to get them to budge?

"Until The End": Canada's Anti-Covid Curbs' Protesters Dig Their Heels In

Published: 02/12/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Feeling excluded from society and tired of Covid-19 restrictions, three Canadians protesting at the rallies that have paralyzed Ottawa said they had "nothing left to lose."

Ambassador Bridge: Police begin clearing Canada trucker blockade

Published: 02/12/2022 in BBC News - World

Police in Windsor, Ontario, say they have commenced enforcement action at the Ambassador Bridge.

Canada Court Orders To End Bridge Blockade, Remove Protesters

Published: 02/11/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Truckers snarling a key bridge between Canada and the United States in protest at Covid rules were ordered by a judge to leave Friday night, setting up a potential showdown two weeks into the...

Freedom Convoy: Canada court orders end to trucks' bridge blockade

Published: 02/11/2022 in BBC News - World

The injunction comes as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warns of "severe" consequences for the truckers.

Use "Federal Power": US Urges Canada To End Anti-Vaccine Protests

Published: 02/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States pressed Canada on Thursday to bolster the response to anti-government protests led by truckers blocking access points along the countries' mutual border, the White House said.

Freedom Convoy: US offers Canada support to end truck protest

Published: 02/10/2022 in BBC News - World

White House officials say the Canadians must "resolve" the blockade, which is choking a US trade route.

Canada's Anti-Vaccine Convoy Protests: What We Know So Far

Published: 02/10/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Horn-blaring demonstrations demanding an end to Canadian COVID-19 vaccine mandates have caused gridlock in the capital Ottawa since late January.

Freedom Convoy: Canada trucker protests force car plant shutdowns

Published: 02/10/2022 in BBC News - World

Toyota, Ford and Chrysler-owner Stellantis have had to curb production because of border closures.

"Must Do Everything...": Canada's Trudeau Slams Anti-Vaccine Protests

Published: 02/09/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian police threatened Wednesday to arrest trucker-led protesters who have shut down central Ottawa and disrupted cross-border trade in anger at Covid health rules, as Prime Minister Justin...

New Zealand anti-vax protesters inspired by Canada truckers camp outside parliament

Published: 02/08/2022 in BBC News - World

PM Ardern dismisses anti-vax demonstrators camped outside parliament as minority

Freedom Convoy: How might Canada's trucker protest end?

Published: 02/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Authorities could enter negotiations with the drivers, or opt for a much less compromising approach.

Policy "Run Its Course"? Canada Eyes Lifting Covid Curbs Amid Protests

Published: 02/08/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Saskatchewan province announced Tuesday the lifting of all Covid restrictions including wearing of masks and proof of vaccination for indoor dining -- as truckers continued occupying Ottawa...

Canada truckers protest: Ambassador Bridge reopened

Published: 02/08/2022 in BBC News - World

Canada's PM has accused protesters of attempting to blockade Canada's economy

Canada truckers protest: Trudeau demands an end to trucker protest

Published: 02/08/2022 in BBC News - World

The PM says Canadians are "shocked and disgusted" by the behaviour of some of the protesters in Ottawa.

After Canada, New Zealand Truckers Block Streets To Protest Covid Curbs

Published: 02/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A convoy of trucks and campervans blocked streets near New Zealand's parliament in Wellington Tuesday to protest against Covid restrictions and vaccinations, inspired by a similar demonstration in...

Freedom Convoy: Ceaseless horn blaring frays nerves in Canada's capital

Published: 02/07/2022 in BBC News - World

Protesters say all Canadians should appreciate their cause, but Ottawa residents are not so sure.

Arrests, Trucks Seized In "Out Of Control" Canada Anti-Vaccine Protest

Published: 02/07/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian authorities struggled Monday to tackle a truckers' protest against Covid restrictions which has paralysed the national capital for days and threatens to snowball into a full-blown political...

Ros Atkins on... the Canada truckers protest

Published: 02/07/2022 in BBC News - World

The BBC's Ros Atkins explains why truck drivers protesting against a vaccine mandate are blocking roads in Ottawa.

Canada truckers protest: ‘All we want is the right to choose’

Published: 02/07/2022 in BBC News - World

Truckers wanted the vaccine mandate gone 10 days ago. Now they will stay until all mandates end.

Canada trucker protest: Defiance as Ottawa blockade grinds on

Published: 02/07/2022 in BBC News - World

"Canada has never been stronger," protesters angry about vaccine mandates tell the BBC.

More Anti-Vaccine Protesters Enter Canada Capital

Published: 02/05/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Protesters again poured into Canada's capital early Saturday to join a convoy of truckers whose occupation of Ottawa to denounce Covid vaccine mandates is now in its second week.

Freedom Convoy: GoFundMe seizes funds of Canada 'occupation'

Published: 02/04/2022 in BBC News - World

The crowdfunding website cites reports of "unlawful activity", a claim rejected by protest organisers.

Canada won't call in troops against truckers - PM

Published: 02/03/2022 in BBC News - World

Organisers say they plan to stay in Ottawa until Covid-19 health mandates are lifted nationwide.

Erin O'Toole: Canada's Conservatives oust party leader

Published: 02/02/2022 in BBC News - World

Erin O'Toole only lasted 18 months - and was blamed for Justin Trudeau's party's victory last year.

Freedom Convoy: GoFundMe pauses donations to Canada truckers

Published: 02/02/2022 in BBC News - World

The protest could require military intervention, the police chief of Ottawa meanwhile suggested.

'Volatile' Groups Remain At Anti-Covid Protest Sites In Canada: Police

Published: 02/02/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Most protesters who recently packed the streets of Canada's capital and jarred locals with loud honking trucks have left, but the stragglers are "determined" and "volatile," police warned Wednesday.

Canada Truckers' Anti-Vaccine Protest To Become Smaller: Police

Published: 01/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Police and officials in the Canadian capital Ottawa said some of the trucks blocking the city center as part of an anti-vaccine demonstration should start leaving on Monday, even as some protesters...

"Feeling Fine": Canada PM Justin Trudeau Says He Has Tested Covid +ve

Published: 01/31/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday he had tested positive for Covid-19 but was not experiencing severe symptoms.

Thousands Block Roads, Chant Slogans In Canada "Freedom Convoy" Protest

Published: 01/30/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of trucks and thousands of people blocked the streets of central Ottawa on Saturday as part of a self-titled "Freedom Convoy" to protest vaccine mandates required to cross the US border.

Indian Family That Froze To Death Near US/Canada Border Identified

Published: 01/27/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A family of four Indian nationals found frozen to death near to the Canada/US border has been identified, with Canadian authorities saying the family had moved around the country for a period of time...

4 People Shot Dead At Home In "Targeted" Canada Shooting

Published: 01/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Four people were found shot dead on Wednesday in a house in the Vancouver suburb of Richmond, and Canadian police launched a homicide probe.

After Children's Graves Shocker, 93 More Potentially Found In Canada School

Published: 01/26/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

An Indigenous community in Canada has identified nearly 100 "potential" graves at a residential school site, months after the discovery of hundreds of children's remains at former boarding schools...

Canada's Foreign Ministry Hacked Last Week, Services Still Hit: Officials

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Hackers launched a cyber attack on Canada's foreign ministry last week and some services are still down, officials said on Monday without disclosing who Ottawa thought was responsible.

Omicron Surge Strains Canada's Hospital System, Hits Health Workers

Published: 01/24/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

After a year as an emergency department nurse at a busy Toronto hospital in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, Aimee Earhart called it quits last week. "We're just burnt out all the time,"...

Truckers In Canada Protest Against Government's Vaccine Mandate

Published: 01/23/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A convoy of truckers started their march from Vancouver on Sunday to the Canadian capital city of Ottawa protesting the government's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for truckers, which the industry says...

Canada Says "Deeply Concerned" On Russia Troop Movements Near Ukraine

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly condemned Russia massing troops near Ukraine's borders on Tuesday and said Ottawa would take a decision at the appropriate time on supplying military hardware to...

China Says Omicron Arrived In Beijing Via Package From Canada

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China is urging people to wear masks and gloves when opening mail, especially from abroad, after authorities suggested the first case of the Omicron coronavirus virus variant found in Beijing could...

US, Canada Face Power Cut, Travel Disruption Amid "Historic" Winter Storm

Published: 01/18/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

A major winter storm blanketed a swathe of North America in snow Monday as it sliced up the US east coast into Canada, disrupting travel and cutting power to thousands of homes.

EU removes Argentina, Canada and Australia from “safe countries” list

Published: 01/17/2022 in MercoPress

Argentines vaccinated with Sputnik V can no longer go to Europe The European Union Monday removed Argentina, Canada, and Australia from its list of COVID-19 safe countries from where people could travel without sanitary restrictions.

China Blames Mail From Canada For Omicron Case In Beijing: Report

Published: 01/17/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

China on Monday blamed the lone Omicron case in Beijing to an international mail delivered from Canada to Beijing via the US and Hong Kong, as the Chinese capital was on alert ahead of next month's...

Millions under weather alerts as major winter storm hits US and Canada

Published: 01/16/2022 in BBC News - World

Flights are cancelled and power cuts reported in south-eastern US states amid heavy snow and ice.

China suspends beef imports from Canada because of atypical case of mad cow

Published: 01/15/2022 in MercoPress

China, South Korea and the Philippines acquire very modest percentages of Canadian beef which goes mostly to the US and Mexico Several Asian countries have suspended the import of Canadian beef, following a case of mad cow disease. China, South Korea, and the Philippines have temporarily halted imports of Canadian beef where an “atypical” case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad cow disease, was reported.

Urban Exodus: Covid Prompts More People To Leave Canada's Big Cities

Published: 01/14/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's urban exodus picked up steam into the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, with tens of thousands of people leaving Toronto and Montreal for smaller cities or rural areas, official data...

Canada: Unvaccinated father loses right to see his child

Published: 01/13/2022 in BBC News - World

The father is not allowed to see the 12-year-old until next month - unless he gets vaccinated.

Canada party plane influencer 'idiots' fly home to face music

Published: 01/07/2022 in BBC News - World

The group of over 100 travellers have been branded "barbarians" by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Omicron Sweep Reveals Big Difference Between US And Canada

Published: 01/06/2022 in NDTV News - World-news

As omicron sweeps through North America, the U.S. and Canadian responses couldn't be more different. U.S. states are largely open for business, while Canada's biggest provinces are shutting down.

Canada reaches $31bn deal in indigenous child welfare case

Published: 01/04/2022 in BBC News - World

The deal will end a lengthy legal battle over compensation between indigenous communities and Canada.

Nighttime Curfew, New Year Gathering Limits In Canada As Covid Cases Soar

Published: 12/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Quebec province on Thursday announced a nighttime curfew ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations as Covid cases across the country soar.

Even Covid Positive Workers Will Work In This Canada Province. Here's Why

Published: 12/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Quebec, the second most populous Canadian province, has "no choice" but to allow some essential workers to continue working even after testing positive for COVID-19 to prevent staff shortages from...

With 401,000 New Permanent Residents, Canada Meets "Ambitious" Target

Published: 12/23/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada met its target of granting 401,000 foreigners permanent residency in 2021 by focusing its efforts on temporary residents already in the country, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser said on...

"We're Tired Of Covid, But...": Canada Expands Aid Amid Omicron Surge

Published: 12/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will expand support programs to help people and businesses hit by the Omicron variant of COVID19, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday,

Canada Lifts Travel Ban From African Nations, Reimposes Testing

Published: 12/17/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada announced Friday the lifting of a ban on foreign travelers from 10 African countries, while reimposing testing and warning that the Omicron variant of Covid-19 risks quickly overwhelming...

Air Canada returns to Argentina after pandemic restrictions

Published: 12/17/2021 in MercoPress

“The wait is over,” Air Canada's Ignacio Ferrer announced. Air Canada has resumed regular operations to / from Argentina with four weekly frequencies serving Buenos Aires' Ezeiza international airport Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Montreal, via São Paulo (Brazil), using Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

Canada Advises Citizens To Avoid Non-Essential Travel Abroad Over Omicron

Published: 12/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian government on Wednesday urged citizens to avoid foreign travel over the Christmas holidays, saying the Omicron variant of Covid "makes us fear the worst," including soaring infections and...

Canada offers up to $40bn to compensate indigenous children

Published: 12/13/2021 in BBC News - World

It comes after a lengthy legal battle over the abuse of native children held in government care.

Canada Apologises For Sexual Misconduct In Military

Published: 12/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's defense minister and chief of defense staff on Monday apologized for widespread sexual misconduct in the military, saying Ottawa had failed to protect soldiers.

Canada May Soon See Rapid Surge In Covid Cases As Omicron Spreads Locally

Published: 12/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

COVID-19 cases in Canada may rapidly rise in the coming days due to community spread of the Omicron variant, mirroring the situation in the country's most populous province of Ontario, Canada's top...

Canada apologises for 'scourge' of military sexual misconduct

Published: 12/13/2021 in BBC News - World

Eleven of Canada's top brass have been removed from their posts in connection with sexual misconduct.

UK, Canada Join Diplomatic Boycott Of Beijing Winter Games

Published: 12/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada joined Australia, Britain and the United States in a diplomatic boycott of the Winter Olympics in Beijing on Wednesday, with China calling the boycotts "political posturing" and a smear...

UK and Canada join diplomatic boycott of China Winter Olympics

Published: 12/08/2021 in BBC News - World

The two nations say their diplomats will not attend the games, citing Chinese human rights abuses.

Amid shortage, Canada taps into emergency maple syrup reserves

Published: 12/06/2021 in BBC News - World

The Canadian province of Quebec produces 70% of the world's maple syrup supply.

"Historic Heat": Western Canada Sees Record-High Winter Temperature

Published: 12/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A region in western Canada has notched up a record-high winter temperature, just months after the country sweltered under a historic global heat dome in the summer, causing global concern about...

Covid Detected In 3 White-Tailed Deer, Confirms Canada

Published: 12/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada has confirmed its first cases of coronavirus in wildlife -- in three white-tailed deer.

Canada Makes Covid Tests Compulsory For Travellers; Excludes US Flights

Published: 11/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada, seeking to halt the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant, will require people arriving by air from all nations except the United States to take a COVID-19 test, Health Minister Jean-Yves...

Canada To Ban Travel From 3 Countries Over 'Omicron' Covid Variant Scare

Published: 11/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will ban travelers who have been to Nigeria, Malawi and Egypt over concerns about the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant, the Toronto Star newspaper said on Tuesday, citing sources.

Canada's New Covid Variant Count Rises To 3 After First Case In Quebec

Published: 11/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Quebec has discovered its first case of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, the Canadian province's health minister said on Monday, bringing Canada's total number of cases to three.

Covid-19 live updates: Omicron variant found in Canada as cases emerge around the world

Published: 11/29/2021 in National

The two Ontario cases mark the first confirmation of omicron, named a "variant of concern," reaching North America.

Canada Confirms Two New Covid 'Omicron' Infections

Published: 11/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada said Sunday it has detected its first cases of the new Omicron strain of Covid, in two people who had traveled recently to Nigeria.

Flood-Ravaged Western Canada Braces For More Rain, Situation "Volatile"

Published: 11/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's westernmost province British Columbia is bracing for another downpour that officials said Sunday could be as bad or worse than a torrent that caused major flooding and deadly mudslides two...

Canada Restricts Travel From 7 African Countries Over New Covid Strain

Published: 11/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada on Friday announced restrictions on travel from seven African countries over concerns about the spread of a new Covid-19 strain.

Canada Honours Handmaid's Tale Author Margaret Atwood, Puts Her On Stamp

Published: 11/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's postal service on Thursday celebrated the 60-year writing career of "The Handmaid's Tale" author Margaret Atwood by featuring her image on a stamp.

Canada "Worst Performer" On Climate Among G7 Nations: Commissioner

Published: 11/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada has failed in its efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions linked to global warning, the environment commissioner said Thursday, ranking it as the "worst performer" among Group of Seven...

Canada Ends Covid Policy Turning Back Asylum-Seekers Between Border Crossings

Published: 11/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada is ending its pandemic-era policy of turning back asylum-seekers trying to cross into the country between ports of entry.

Flood-Hit Canada Province Braces For Heavy Rain, 3 Bodies Found

Published: 11/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Searchers located three bodies swept away by landslides in British Columbia, officials said on Saturday, after record rainfall that paralyzed parts of the province, leading to food and fuel shortages.

Travel Limits, Fuel Restrictions As Flooded Canada Grapples Supply Issues

Published: 11/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Officials in flood-stricken western Canada announced travel and fuel restrictions Friday as the region grapples with supply difficulties, the latest on a list of struggles caused by torrential rains.

Canada Approves Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Children In 5-11 Age Group

Published: 11/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada on Friday became the latest country to authorize the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine for children aged between five and 11-years-old, according to an official statement.

Military Joins Rescue Efforts In Flood-Devastated Canada

Published: 11/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's military on Thursday joined rescue efforts for flood devastated communities in westernmost British Columbia province, with thousands evacuated from their homes and a number of motorists...

Canada Declares Emergency, Braces For More Deaths Amid Historic Flooding

Published: 11/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada is sending the military to help evacuate and support communities hit by "catastrophic" flooding, with the deaths expected to rise after record rainfall on the Pacific coast triggered a state of...

Canada Province Mulls Emergency After Floods, Food Shortages Reported

Published: 11/17/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian province of British Columbia could introduce a state of emergency on Wednesday to help deal with massive floods that cut access to the country's largest port and stranded thousands.

Floods In Canada Cut Rail Access To Largest Port; 1 Dead

Published: 11/17/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Floods and landslides that have killed at least one person have cut all rail access to Canada's largest port in the city of Vancouver, a spokesperson for the port said on Tuesday.

Canada's Justin Trudeau Exploits Rival's Split On Vaccines

Published: 11/16/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's vaccine mandate for parliament is helping Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau exploit divisions in the opposition Conservative Party, some of whose lawmakers will be shut out when the House...

Mudslides, Rocks And Debris As Heavy Rain Batters Canada's Pacific Coast

Published: 11/16/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Relentless rain battered Canada's Pacific coast on Monday, forcing a town's evacuation and trapping motorists as mudslides, rocks and debris were washed across major highways.

Iqaluit: A month without clean water in Canada's north

Published: 11/12/2021 in BBC News - World

Frustration is growing in the Canadian city of Iqaluit after fuel contaminated the water supply.

Biden Plans Summit With Leaders Of Canada, Mexico On November 18: Report

Published: 11/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

U.S. President Joe Biden is planning to host an in-person meeting with the leaders of Mexico and Canada on Nov. 18, the first of its kind in more than five years, a source in Ottawa said on Tuesday.

Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Pfizer, Canada Goose, Live Nation and more

Published: 11/05/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Names on the move ahead of the open.

Real life Succession battle plagues Canada's largest telecoms firm

Published: 10/31/2021 in BBC News - World

A bitter power struggle at Rogers Communications has gone from 'Succession' to 'Game of Thrones'.

Canada Vows To Donate 200 Million Covid Vaccine Doses To Poorer Countries

Published: 10/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada on Saturday pledged at the G20 summit to donate millions more Covid vaccine doses to poor countries worldwide.

Canada challenges compensation order for indigenous children

Published: 10/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The Trudeau government opposes the court order to pay C$40,000 to each indigenous child.

Pope Francis to visit Canada for indigenous reconciliation

Published: 10/27/2021 in BBC News - World

The visit follows renewed attention on indigenous children who died at residential schools.

Indian-Origin Anita Anand Is Canada's New Defence Minister

Published: 10/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Indian-origin Canadian politician Anita Anand was on Tuesday appointed as the country''s new Defence Minister in a Cabinet reshuffle by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Canada: Evacuations as ship spews toxic gas off coast

Published: 10/24/2021 in BBC News - World

The Zim Kingston ship is burning but officials said there is no safety risk to people on land.

Cargo Ship Catches Fire, Spews Toxic Gas Off Canada's Pacific Coast

Published: 10/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A fire broke out on Saturday on a cargo ship off the coast of British Columbia, causing containers carrying mining chemicals to expel toxic gas. The Canadian Coast Guard said it is working with the US...

Canada Scraps Covid Travel Advisory, Ontario To End Mask Rules By March

Published: 10/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada has scrapped an official advisory urging its citizens to shun non-essential foreign travel, given its successful campaign to inoculate people against COVID-19, the country's top medical officer...

Canada Hospitals Use Drones To Carry Lungs For Transplant

Published: 10/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

In the dark of night, a drone takes off from a Toronto hospital rooftop, the hum of its rotors barely audible over the bustling sounds of the cars and pedestrians below in Canada's largest metropolis.

Pfizer Seeks Approval For Covid Jabs For Children Aged 5-11 In Canada

Published: 10/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Pfizer-BioNTech submitted an authorization request to Health Canada on Monday for the use of its Covid-19 vaccine in children aged 5-11, the companies and the Canadian government said.

China condemns U.S., Canada for sending warships through Taiwan Strait

Published: 10/17/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The Chinese military on Sunday said the countries were threatening peace and stability in the region.

Canada's Trudeau To Visit Community Where Children's Graves Were Found

Published: 10/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to visit the indigenous community of Kamloops where the remains of 215 children were found in May at a former residential school, it was announced Friday.

Justin Trudeau Says New Canada Government To Be Announced On October 26

Published: 10/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will unveil his new government on October 26 and parliament will reopen on November 22, his office said Friday.

US To Open Borders With Mexico, Canada To Vaccinated Travelers Next Month

Published: 10/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The United States will open its land borders with Mexico and Canada in early November to non-essential travelers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, a senior White House official announced...

Covid-19 live updates: U.S. to reopen Canada, Mexico overland borders for vaccinated tourists

Published: 10/13/2021 in National

The easing of pandemic restrictions for "nonessential" travel through overland borders is in line with guidance on air travel.

US to re-open Mexico Canada borders for fully vaccinated travellers

Published: 10/12/2021 in BBC News - World

From November, land and ferry crossings will be allowed for non-essential travel like family visits.

U.S. to lift Canada, Mexico land border restrictions in November for vaccinated visitors, officials say

Published: 10/12/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The U.S. will lift restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico for fully vaccinated foreign nationals in early November, two U.S. officials said.

Canada's Health Sector Braces For Staff Crunch As Vaccine Mandates Loom

Published: 10/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's health and long-term care industries are bracing for staff shortages and layoffs, as deadlines for vaccine mandates loom across the country, with unions pushing federal and provincial...

Canada's Health Sector Braces For Staff Crunch As Vaccine Mandates Loom

Published: 10/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's health and long-term care industries are bracing for staff shortages and layoffs, as deadlines for vaccine mandates loom across the country, with unions pushing federal and provincial...

Met With Officials From EU, Canada, US, UK In Doha, Say Taliban: Report

Published: 10/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen has said that he had a meeting with ambassadors and officials from the European Union, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Unvaccinated Canada Workers To Be Put On Unpaid Leave Under New Mandate

Published: 10/06/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will place unvaccinated federal employees on unpaid leave and require COVID-19 shots for air, train and ship passengers, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday, as he unveiled one of...

Canada indigenous children's compensation order upheld

Published: 09/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The government had hoped to avoid compensating children discriminated against in the welfare system.

Canada Must Compensate Indigenous Foster Kids For Discrimination: Court

Published: 09/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A human rights tribunal ruling ordering the Canadian government to compensate indigenous children and families in foster care for discrimination should stand, a federal court decided on Wednesday.

They Hid Edward Snowden In Hong Kong. Now, Their New Home Is Canada

Published: 09/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Four Sri Lankan refugees who hid Edward Snowden in their tiny Hong Kong apartments when he was on the run after exposing NSA spying landed in Canada on Tuesday where they were granted asylum, ending...

New Canada Government Will Move "Faster" On Priorities: Justin Trudeau

Published: 09/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he would unveil his new cabinet next month and bring back parliament by fall's end to tackle climate change, Covid and economic recovery.

Arctic Sailing Race Planned In Canada To Highlight Climate Change

Published: 09/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A French sports group on Saturday announced plans to launch a sailing race in the thawing Canadian Arctic to raise awareness of global warning.

Huawei Official Leaves Canada After US Deal On Fraud Charges

Published: 09/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou flew home to China on Friday after reaching an agreement with US prosecutors to end the bank fraud case against her, relieving a point of tension between...

Helmut Oberlander: Ex-Nazi death squad interpreter dies at 97 in Canada

Published: 09/23/2021 in BBC News - World

Helmut Oberlander is believed to have been the last suspected Nazi war criminal in Canada.

US President Joe Biden Congratulates Justin Trudeau On Canada Election Win

Published: 09/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US President Joe Biden on Tuesday spoke with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to congratulate him on his Liberal Party's election win, the White House said.

Canada election: Conservative O'Toole defiant after loss to Trudeau

Published: 09/21/2021 in BBC News - World

Canada's Conservative leader promised to stay on, adding that he has more work to do to win.

Five Things To Watch For From Canada's Liberal Minority Government

Published: 09/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party won its third straight Canadian federal election on Monday and its second consecutive minority government, in which the Liberals rely on another party to...

Canada election: Trudeau stays in power but Liberals fall short of majority

Published: 09/21/2021 in BBC News - World

The Canadian prime minister's Liberal Party is projected to form another minority government.

What Justin Trudeau's Victory In Canada Elections Says About His Future, Politics

Published: 09/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Justin Trudeau believed his adept response to the pandemic would help him handily win re-election as prime minister, and he did Monday, but his gamble to try to gain an absolute majority didn't pay...

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau's Liberals win Canada election, but miss majority

Published: 09/20/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Canadians have given Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party a victory in parliamentary elections.

Justin Trudeau Set To Win Canada's Election, Return To Power: Reports

Published: 09/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals were returned to power Monday in a hotly contested election against the rookie Conservative leader Erin O'Toole, according to TV projections.

Canada Votes In Decisive Election That Justin Trudeau Could Lose

Published: 09/20/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may cling to power in Monday's election but looks set to lose his bid for a parliamentary majority after a tough campaign that dashed his hopes for a convincing...

Canada election: What you need to know about the campaign

Published: 09/19/2021 in BBC News - World

Canadians are voting on Monday and Justin Trudeau's party faces a stiff challenge to retain power.

Canada election: Why it’s easier to vote in Canada than the US

Published: 09/18/2021 in BBC News - World

Things like advanced voting and federally-run elections make it easier for Canadians to vote.

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Warns Against Vote Split In Tight Election

Published: 09/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

With the Canadian election in a dead heat two days before the September 20 vote, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Conservative rival implored supporters to stay the course and avoid vote...

Canada PM, Rival Look To Fire Up Supporters Ahead Of Tight Vote

Published: 09/17/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday acknowledged the unpopularity of his pandemic election and intensified his calls on progressive voters to back his campaign, with his bid for...

Canada election: Why it takes 30 years to buy a house in Canada

Published: 09/17/2021 in BBC News - World

Canada's skyrocketing housing costs have become a key election issue this year.

Canada federal election: The man who could topple Trudeau

Published: 09/16/2021 in BBC News - World

The new Conservative leader has tied Justin Trudeau in the polls with a pitch to moderate voters.

Canada election: Lytton fire puts village at centre of debate

Published: 09/15/2021 in BBC News - World

A village in western Canada recorded the country's highest-ever temperature. The next day it was gone.

TikTok Star Jagmeet Singh's Unique Campaign In Canada

Published: 09/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

As soon as his news conference ends, Jagmeet Singh pulls out his phone, gathers the crowd for an Instagram video and leads them in song, jumping and spinning in place while filming.

Canada federal election: Canadians want reconciliation. Will the election deliver?

Published: 09/14/2021 in BBC News - World

The issue that seized Canadians for much of the summer has mostly been absent on the campaign trail.

Canada's Justin Trudeau Tries To Link Main Rival To Alberta Covid Surge

Published: 09/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday sought to link his main election rival to a worsening COVID-19 crisis in the western province of Alberta, where the health system is struggling to...

Canada federal election: A look at the key numbers driving the campaign

Published: 09/13/2021 in BBC News - World

A visual guide to the big issues in Canada's federal election, from climate to cost of living.

Canada's Justin Trudeau, Trailing In Polls, Defends Early Election Call

Published: 09/10/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, facing possible defeat in a snap September 20 election, on Friday defended his decision to call the election early and said his main rival would undermine the...

Canada federal election: Key takeaways from the debate

Published: 09/09/2021 in BBC News - World

Five party leaders made their pitch on leadership, climate, reconciliation and Covid recovery.

Canada federal election: Party leaders spar in first national debate

Published: 09/08/2021 in BBC News - World

Justin Trudeau and other party leaders clashed over climate - and the election call - in the debate.

Canada federal election: How much trouble is Trudeau in?

Published: 09/01/2021 in BBC News - World

Canada's leader called a snap election, but midway through the campaign his party is struggling.

US Adds Canada To "Reconsider Travel" Advisory List Amid Covid Pandemic

Published: 08/31/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The US State Department has raised its travel advisory alert for Canada to a "level 3 - reconsider travel" status amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it said in a statement on Tuesday.

Canada's Trudeau Resumes Campaign After Angry Crowds Disrupt Rallies

Published: 08/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plunged back into campaigning on Monday after groups of unusually vocal and abusive protesters disrupted his weekend election rallies, at one point forcing him...

Canada election: Justin Trudeau rally cancelled after angry protests

Published: 08/27/2021 in BBC News - World

Jeering crowds force the Canadian prime minister to call off an election campaign event.

Canada Ends Afghanistan Evacuation Operations: Government

Published: 08/26/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian forces in Kabul ended evacuation efforts for their citizens and Afghans earlier on Thursday, ahead of an Aug. 31 deadline, acting chief of the defense staff General Wayne Eyre said.

Canada Says Temporarily Closing Embassy In Kabul, Condemns Violence

Published: 08/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada is temporarily closing its embassy in Kabul after evacuating staff ahead of Taliban fighters' arrival in the Afghan capital, the Foreign Ministry in Ottawa announced Sunday.

Canada's Justin Trudeau Calls Snap Elections On September 20

Published: 08/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday announced snap elections for September 20 to seek a new mandate to steer the nation's pandemic exit, much to the dismay of his rival parties.

Canada election: Trudeau calls snap summer campaign

Published: 08/15/2021 in BBC News - World

As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau goes to the polls two years early, here's what you need to know.

Canada To Resettle 20,000 ''Vulnerable'' Sikhs, Hindus From Afghanistan

Published: 08/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian government has announced that it will permanently re-settle 20,000 "vulnerable" Afghans, including Sikhs and Hindus, who are fleeing the war-torn country amidst a deadly offensive...

Canada To Accept 20,000 Vulnerable Afghans Including Human Rights Workers

Published: 08/13/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada plans to resettle more than 20,000 vulnerable Afghans including women leaders, human rights workers and reporters to protect them from Taliban reprisals, Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino...

Justin Trudeau To Call Canada Snap Elections Sunday: Reports

Published: 08/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to pull the plug on his minority Liberal government and call snap elections on Sunday despite a nationwide uptick in Covid infections that is...

Canada Planning Covid Vaccine Passport For International Travel

Published: 08/11/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada is working to create a digital vaccine passport that would allow citizens to travel abroad and it should be available in the next few months, government officials said on Wednesday.

Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Canada Goose, Wendy's, Perrigo, Southwest and others

Published: 08/11/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Names on the move ahead of the open.

Moderna reaches deal with Canada to build 'state-of-the-art' Covid vaccine manufacturing plant

Published: 08/10/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Canada was plagued by Covid shot supply shortages earlier this year after it struggled to obtain doses manufactured in other countries.

Canada To Extend Ban On Arriving Passenger Flights From India

Published: 08/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will extend its ban on arriving passenger flights from India to September 21 because of the risks posed by COVID-19, the federal transport ministry said in a statement on Monday.

Canada Reopens Border For Fully Vaccinated US Citizens

Published: 08/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

American visitors trickled across the Canada-US border on Monday, cheering the reopening of the world's longest land boundary 17 months after all non-essential travel was halted to slow the spread of...

Huawei Executive Back In Canada Court Over US Extradition Request

Published: 08/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

New extradition hearings of the chief financial officer of Chinese tech giant Huawei kicked off Wednesday in Vancouver, after nearly three years of court battles and diplomatic sparring.

Quinn: Canada's transgender footballer on being 'visible' and playing at the Olympics

Published: 08/04/2021 in BBC News - World

Quinn, a defender for Canada's women's football team, came out as transgender in September 2020.

Former Canada Minister Accuses Pakistan Of 'Proxy War'' In Afghanistan

Published: 08/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Former Canadian politician and diplomat Chris Alexander has accused Pakistan of being complicit in "proxy war and war crimes" and engaging in an "act of aggression" against neighbouring Afghanistan.

Women's Olympic football: Canada beat USA to reach final

Published: 08/02/2021 in BBC News - World

Canada reached the final of the Olympic women's football tournament at Tokyo 2020 with a 1-0 win over world champions the United States at the Kashima Stadium.

Duque says Colombia willing to sort out together with Panama the crisis of migrants trying to reach the US or Canada

Published: 08/02/2021 in MercoPress

Colombia's President wants his country and Panama to “carry out deportation and return processes and also, where exceptionally appropriate, regularization processes” Colombian President Iván Duque has called on Panama's authorities to find a negotiated solution to the crisis of migrants stranded at the border on their way to the United States.

Indigenous Residential School Scandal Rocks Canada's Self-Image

Published: 07/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

As they learn more about their country's painful history of residential schools for indigenous children, many shocked Canadians are calling for further efforts to expose the truth as a way to move...

Canada Border Guards To Strike Days Ahead Of Reopening To US Tourists

Published: 07/27/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian border guards and customs officials voted on Tuesday to go on strike just days before fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents will be allowed into Canada, unions representing...

US Land Borders With Canada, Mexico To Remain Closed Until August 21

Published: 07/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The US government on Wednesday extended the closure of land borders with Canada and Mexico to non-essential travel such as tourism through Aug. 21 even as officials debate whether to require visitors...

Canada to reopen land borders to vaccinated US nationals effective August 9

Published: 07/20/2021 in MercoPress

Fully vaccinated US citizens or residents will be spared a quarantine in Canada but only if they took  Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or J&J The Government of Canada Monday announced it will reopen its land borders to US citizens who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of August 9.

Canada to open border to fully vaccinated Americans in August

Published: 07/19/2021 in BBC News - World

The loosening of restrictions comes amid significant progress in the country's vaccine rates.

Canada To Open Border To Vaccinated Americans From August 9

Published: 07/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Fully vaccinated US citizens and permanent residents will be allowed to cross the border into Canada for non-essential travel from August 9 without any quarantine requirements, the government in...

Canada's vaccination rate overtakes US

Published: 07/17/2021 in BBC News - World

Canada had a slow start on vaccinations compared to its neighbour but has now caught up to the US.

Canada May Allow Fully Vaccinated Travellers By Early Sep: Justin Trudeau

Published: 07/15/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada may permit fully vaccinated travellers into the country by early September, the country's prime minister said on Thursday, if the current trend in vaccination rate and public health conditions...

Canada residential schools: 'Six years old, I was imprisoned here'

Published: 07/15/2021 in BBC News - World

As searches for unmarked graves continue, survivors reflect on a dark legacy of residential schools.

Iranians 'plotted to kidnap US, Canada and UK targets'

Published: 07/13/2021 in BBC News - World

New York-based Iranian-born journalist Masih Alinejad says she was targeted for abduction.

US heatwave: Could US and Canada see the worst wildfires yet?

Published: 07/12/2021 in BBC News - World

The annual fire season has barely started - and there are claims that 2021 might be the worst year yet.

Millions In US, Canada Hit By New Rounds Of Scorching Hot Temperatures

Published: 07/11/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Millions of people across the western United States and Canada were hit Sunday by a new round of scorching hot temperatures, with some roads closed, train traffic limited and new evacuations ordered.

Why Canada is reforming indigenous foster care

Published: 07/10/2021 in BBC News - World

The residential school legacy has been linked to the overrepresentation of indigenous children in care.

Canada orders 48-hour halt to train movement in parts of B.C. after wildfires

Published: 07/09/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Canada on Friday ordered trains to cease operations for 48 hours in areas of British Columbia hit by a recent spate of wildfires, the transport ministry said.

Unvaccinated Tourists Won't Be Allowed For "Quite A While": Canada PM

Published: 07/08/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada has started easing pandemic travel restrictions for its citizens, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday it will be "quite a while" before unvaccinated foreign tourists are allowed...

Canada names first indigenous governor general at a critical moment for the country

Published: 07/08/2021 in MercoPress

Mary Simon, a former broadcast journalist, diplomat and advocate of indigenous rights, has previously served as president of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami Canada named Mary Simon as its first indigenous governor general - Queen Elizabeth II's official representative in the Commonwealth country - as the nation faces a reckoning with its colonial history.

Canada heatwave: Military on standby as lightning triggers more wildfires

Published: 07/04/2021 in BBC News - World

Lightning strikes following a huge heatwave have triggered more than 170 fires in British Columbia.

Wildfire-Ravaged Canada Province Saw "12,000 Lightning Strikes" In A Day

Published: 07/03/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian military was on standby Saturday to help evacuate towns and fight more than 170 wildfires fuelled by a record-smashing heat wave and tinder-dry conditions as the government in Ottawa...

Canada heatwave: Lightning strikes fuel wildfires in British Columbia

Published: 07/02/2021 in BBC News - World

Military aircraft are mobilised as fires engulf British Columbia following a record-breaking heatwave.

Military On Standby To Evacuate Fire-Threatened Towns In Western Canada

Published: 07/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Ottawa prepared Friday to send military aircraft and other help to evacuate towns and fight more than 100 wildfires in western Canada fueled by a record-smashing heat wave.

Canada's Trudeau Denounces Vandalism Of Churches, Monarch Statues

Published: 07/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday denounced a wave of vandalism across Canada that saw churches damaged and statues of monarchs splashed with red paint and torn down.

Queen Victoria, Elizabeth Statues Toppled In Canada Over Unmarked Graves

Published: 07/02/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Protesters have toppled statues of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II in the Canadian city of Winnipeg as anger grows over the discovery of the remains of hundreds of children in unmarked graves at...

Canada: Queen Victoria statue torn down at protest over indigenous deaths

Published: 07/02/2021 in BBC News - World

The statue was torn down in Manitoba at a protest over the deaths of Indigenous Canadian children.

Ten churches vandalised in Alberta on Canada Day

Published: 07/01/2021 in BBC News - World

The premier of Alberta says one of the targets was an African church attended by former refugees.

Canada wildfires: ‘Let’s get out of here’

Published: 07/01/2021 in BBC News - World

After days of a record breaking heat wave, wildfires have forced residents in a small British Columbia town to evacuate.

Hundreds Evacuated As Fires Add To Unprecedented Canada Heat Wave

Published: 07/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of people were evacuated in western Canada as fires added to the unprecedented heat wave in the region, which for days has been baking in record-breaking temperature

Historic heat wave in Pacific Northwest has killed hundreds in U.S. and Canada over the past week

Published: 07/01/2021 in National

Authorities in the region are investigating the recent deaths, but have all indicated that they are due to the heat dome that has trapped hot air in the normally temperate area.

Canada heatwave: Wildfire forces hottest place to evacuate

Published: 07/01/2021 in BBC News - World

Lytton in British Columbia is evacuated a day after recording a temperature of 49.6C (121.3F).

As Heat Busts Records, Nearly 500 Deaths In This Part Of Canada

Published: 07/01/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A historic heat wave in western Canada is believed to have led to a sharp spike of deaths in British Columbia, with the toll expected to climb further.

Canada, US Heat Wave "On Steroids" Due To Climate Change: Experts

Published: 06/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The western United States and Canada would likely have experienced a heat wave in the past week even without climate change.

Nearly 200 unmarked graves found near Canada residential school

Published: 06/30/2021 in BBC News - World

The Indigenous nation said it is too early to say if the remains belonged to former students of the school.

Churches Set Ablaze As More Graves Found At Canada Indigenous Schools

Published: 06/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Two churches in Canada went up in flames Wednesday amid calls for a papal apology over abuse at indigenous residential schools where hundreds of unmarked graves were recently discovered, including 182...

Trudeau pays respects to Canada heatwave victims

Published: 06/30/2021 in BBC News - World

Dozens have died as Canada sees a new record - 49.6C (121.3F) - for the third day in a row.

Canada weather: Canadians enduring 'unbearable' heatwave

Published: 06/30/2021 in BBC News - World

Dozens of people have died in Canada as temperatures reach a record-breaking 49.6C (121F).

Canada Touches Record 49.5 Degrees Celsius: Weather Service

Published: 06/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada set a record all-time high temperature Tuesday in the town of Lytton, British Columbia, for the third day in a row, its weather service said, as a deadly heat wave broils the country's west and...

Two more Catholic churches burnt in Canada; probably linked to the discovery of mass graves of indigenous children

Published: 06/29/2021 in MercoPress

Both buildings were made of wood, over 100 years old, and served as meeting places and for Catholic members of the two tribes Two more Catholic churches have been apparently set on fire in Canada's Pacific province of British Columbia, making it four that have been destroyed since the discovery of mass graves at two defunct boarding schools for First Nations children.

Dozens Dead As Record-Smashing Heat Wave Grips Canada, US: Police

Published: 06/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

At least 69 people in the Vancouver area have died in a record-smashing heat wave engulfing western Canada and the US Pacific Northwest, police said Tuesday.

Record Shattering Heat In Canada, Blackouts In US Cities

Published: 06/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The rare and powerful heat wave that's shattering records across the U.S. Northwest is taking a bruising toll on the region's infrastructure, buckling highways, hobbling public transit and triggering...

Canada weather: Village of Lytton smashes heat record for second day

Published: 06/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The temperature in Lytton, British Columbia, soared to 47.9C on Monday, as a heatwave continues.

Canada Heatwave: Bears take a dip in record breaking temperatures

Published: 06/29/2021 in BBC News - World

Three mischievous bears have a pool day as Canada reaches record breaking temperatures in British Columbia.

Australia, US And Canada Launch Interactive Map For Critical Minerals

Published: 06/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Australia said it has teamed up with the United States and Canada to launch an interactive map of deposits of rare earths and other critical minerals that are expected to be in hot demand as the world...

More Record-Breaking Heat Forecast As Canada, US Northwest Bake

Published: 06/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada braced Monday for its highest ever temperature as the country's west and swathes of the United States baked in an unprecedented heat wave, forcing schools and Covid-19 vaccination clinics to...

A Pride symbol vandalised in Canada's 'prettiest little town' 

Published: 06/28/2021 in BBC News - World

A rainbow pedestrian crossing in Paris, Ontario was vandalised, and the town rallied to fix it.

Canada weather: Heatwave hits record 46.6C as US north-west also frazzles

Published: 06/28/2021 in BBC News - World

Lytton in British Columbia breaks an 84-year-old record, as the US Pacific north-west also sizzles.

More churches burn down on Canada indigenous land

Published: 06/26/2021 in BBC News - World

In total four Catholic churches have burned down in western Canada over the past week.

Hundreds More Unmarked Graves Found At Canada's Erstwhile Boarding School

Published: 06/25/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

An indigenous group in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan on Thursday said it had found the unmarked graves of an estimated 751 people at a now-defunct Catholic residential school, just weeks after...

Canada Finds "No Evidence" Iran's Downing Of Airliner Was Premeditated

Published: 06/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada said on Thursday it had found no evidence that Iran's downing of a Ukrainian passenger plane last year had been premeditated, and condemned what it called the incompetence and recklessness of...

Canada's Trudeau Says We Must "Learn From Our Past" After Graves Found

Published: 06/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday that Canada needed to acknowledge its history of racism against indigenous peoples in order to "build a better future" after a new discovery of unmarked...

More Than 750 Unmarked Graves Found Near Indigenous School In Canada

Published: 06/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

More than 750 unmarked graves have been found near a former Catholic boarding school for indigenous children in western Canada, a tribal leader said Thursday, the second such shock discovery in a...

Canada: Hundreds of unmarked graves found at indigenous school

Published: 06/24/2021 in BBC News - World

It is the most significant such discovery to date, a First Nation group in Saskatchewan says.

Canada Finds Hundreds Of Graves At Former Indigenous School: Report

Published: 06/24/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Hundreds of unmarked graves have been found near a former Catholic residential school for indigenous children in western Canada, local media reported late Wednesday.

Canada: Fire destroys two Catholic churches on indigenous land

Published: 06/22/2021 in BBC News - World

Police are treating the two blazes in the western province of British Columbia as suspicious.

UK Joins US, Canada In New Sanctions On Belarus Over Journalist's Arrest

Published: 06/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Britain on Monday said it had joined the United States, Canada and the European Union in imposing fresh sanctions on Belarus after the detention of an opposition journalist.

Two Indo-Canadians Join Cabinet In Canada's Ontario Province

Published: 06/19/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Two more Indo-Canadian politicians have been appointed as ministers in a Cabinet reshuffle in Canada's Ontario province, taking the representation of the community members in the Executive Council to...

US Says Delivered 1 Million Covid Vaccine Doses To Canada On Thursday

Published: 06/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that the United States delivered one million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Canada on Thursday.

Canada's Top Military Boss Resigns After Golf Controversy

Published: 06/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's number-two military official, Lieutenant General Mike Rouleau, announced his resignation Monday after playing golf with a retired former Chief of Staff being investigated for alleged sexual...

Canada truck attack suspect charged with terrorism

Published: 06/14/2021 in BBC News - World

Police allege the attack that killed four members of a Muslim family in Ontario was "premeditated".

Suspect Charged With Terrorism For Truck Attack On Muslims In Canada

Published: 06/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian authorities have charged the suspect behind an attack in which a Muslim family was mowed down by a pick-up truck with terrorism, prosecutors said Monday in court.

Canada's Trudeau Wants to Be 'Dean' of G-7

Published: 06/14/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

With Angela Merkel preparing to exit the international stage, the longest-serving leader of the Group of Seven is Canada's Justin Trudeau.

Canada truck attack: Muslim family victims named

Published: 06/08/2021 in BBC News - World

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned Sunday's attack as authorities weigh terrorism charges.

Truck Driver Kills Muslim Family Of 4 In "Premeditated" Attack In Canada

Published: 06/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A man driving a pick-up truck slammed into and killed four members of a Muslim family in the south of Canada's Ontario province, in what police said Monday was a "premeditated" attack.

Moderna Seeks Approval Of Covid Vaccine For Teens In Europe, Canada

Published: 06/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

US biotech firm Moderna said Monday it was seeking conditional approval for use of its Covid-19 vaccine on teens in Europe and Canada, in what will assuredly be a boost for inoculation campaigns.

Egerton Ryerson statue toppled at Canada indigenous school protest

Published: 06/07/2021 in BBC News - World

The depiction of Egerton Ryerson is toppled after a protest at his namesake university in Toronto.

"We're All Pained": Canada Indigenous Leaders Dismiss Pope Remarks

Published: 06/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Indigenous leaders and school survivors on Sunday dismissed Pope Francis' expressions of pain at the discovery of 215 children's remains at a former Catholic residential school in Canada, saying the...

"We're All Pained": Canada Indigenous Leaders Dismiss Pope Francis' Remarks

Published: 06/07/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Indigenous leaders and school survivors on Sunday dismissed Pope Francis' expressions of pain at the discovery of 215 children's remains at a former Catholic residential school in Canada, saying the...

Canada's residential schools: 'There's no reconciliation without truth'

Published: 06/05/2021 in BBC News - World

Geraldine Lee Shingoose was sent to a Canadian residential school as a child. Here's her story.

UN Experts Call For Probe Into Indigenous Graves In Canada School

Published: 06/04/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

UN rights experts on Friday urged Ottawa and the Vatican to hold swift and thorough investigations into the discovery of unmarked graves at an indigenous religious school in western Canada.

JBS US branch attacked by hackers paralyzing meat processing in US, Canada and Australia

Published: 06/04/2021 in MercoPress

With everything from knife sharpening to production line speed controls relying on automation, the cyber attack forced JBS to halt operations across the globe United States branch of Brazilian giant meat processor started to return to a plant in Texas, but with new instructions, get ready to do things a bit differently than normal: work by hand.

Twitter Blue subscription service launches in Australia and Canada

Published: 06/03/2021 in BBC News - World

Australia and Canada are the first two countries to get access to the enhanced Twitter product.

Why Canada is mourning the deaths of 215 children

Published: 06/02/2021 in BBC News - World

The discovery 215 Indigenous children's remains shocked many. Here's what we know so far.

Indigenous groups press Canada's Government for results after 215 children remains were unearthed last week

Published: 06/01/2021 in MercoPress

The bodies of 215 children were found at the Kamloops Indian Residential School While Canada remains under shock following the discovery last week of 215 children buried near a former residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia, indigenous groups are demanding more answers and actions from the Government.

Canada mass grave find sparks call for more action

Published: 05/31/2021 in BBC News - World

Last week the remains of 215 children were found at a school set up to assimilate indigenous people.

Canada Honours 215 School Children "Who Never Made It Home"

Published: 05/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada flew its flags at half-mast Sunday in mourning for 215 children whose remains were discovered on the grounds of a former boarding school set up more than a century ago to assimilate indigenous...

Canada mourns as remains of 215 children found at indigenous school

Published: 05/29/2021 in BBC News - World

The mass grave was found during a survey of the former residential school for indigenous people.

Remains Of 215 Children Found At Closed Indigenous School In Canada

Published: 05/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

"My heart breaks for the families and communities impacted by this tragic news," Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett said in a tweet, offering government support for their "healing as...

Canada Extends Ban On Passenger Flights From India, Pak By 30 Days

Published: 05/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada has extended its ban on passenger flights from India and Pakistan by 30 days to June 21 as part of a campaign to fight COVID-19, Transport Minister Omar Alghabra said on Friday.

US v Canada: Who won the vaccine rollout?

Published: 05/19/2021 in BBC News - World

The BBC's Ritu Prasad and Holly Honderich discuss the Covid-19 vaccine rollout in their respective countries.

Ecofriendly fuel mixture of waste and cooking oil used in commercial flight from France to Canada

Published: 05/19/2021 in MercoPress

An Air France Airbus A-350 spearheaded the use of ecofriendly fuel in aviation French carrier Air France filled the tanks of an Airbus A-350 bound for Canada with a mixture of kerosene with 16 per cent biomass which should significantly reduce CO2 emissions, the airline announced.

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Canada Goose, Bumble, Sonos & more

Published: 05/13/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.

Amazon set to hire 75,000 workers in US and Canada

Published: 05/13/2021 in BBC News - World

The online retail giant is hiring extra staff to meet growing demand as the pandemic continues.

Covid: Canada authorises Pfizer vaccine for children aged 12 to 15

Published: 05/05/2021 in BBC News - World

The country's health ministry says the vaccine is "safe and effective when used in this younger age group".

Canada Authorizes Pfizer Covid Vaccine For Kids Age 12 And Up

Published: 05/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada on Wednesday approved the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in children aged 12 years and up, becoming the first nation to do so.

Doctors investigate mystery brain disease in Canada

Published: 05/04/2021 in BBC News - World

Dozens of people in New Brunswick are showing symptoms of the devastating new condition.

Canada Reports First Death Linked To AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Shot

Published: 04/27/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A 54-year woman has died in Canada after receiving the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine, the first fatality linked to the drug in the country, provincial authorities announced Tuesday.

Canada bans air traffic to and from India, Pakistan as covid-19 cases soar

Published: 04/24/2021 in MercoPress

Our hearts are with the citizens of India and Pakistan, said Canada's Health Minister Patty Hajdu. Canada has banned all flights arriving from Pakistan and also from India, where the spread of the coronavirus pandemic seems to have to ceil.

Canada Bans Passenger Flights From India, Pakistan For 30 Days

Published: 04/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada suspended all passenger flights from India and Pakistan on Thursday for 30 days, Transportation Minister Omar Alghabra announced, citing increased cases of Covid-19 detected in travelers...

Canada Under Pressure To Suspend Flights From India, Brazil: Official

Published: 04/22/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada's government, under pressure to suspend flights from India and Brazil over fears about the spread of the coronavirus, could make an announcement on the matter shortly, a senior medical official...

Canada Judge Adjourns Huawei Executive's Extradition Hearing Till August

Published: 04/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A Canadian judge on Wednesday adjourned Chinese Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's extradition hearing until August, giving her team time to review newly obtained documents from investment bank HSBC they...

Gap is taking its Athleta workout brand to Canada, rival Lululemon's home turf

Published: 04/20/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

The move by Gap marks Athleta's first expansion outside of the United States and is taking place on its rival Lululemon's home turf.

Canada Records Second Case Of Rare Blood Clot After AstraZeneca Shot

Published: 04/18/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian health authorities said Saturday the country has recorded a second case of rare but serious blood clotting linked to AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine, but still recommend the shot for use.

Covid: Canada sounds the alarm as cases overtake US

Published: 04/16/2021 in BBC News - World

Infections in the largest province could increase sixfold without tougher measures, experts warn.

After Canada, Germany Halts AstraZeneca Jabs For Under-60s Over Clot Risk

Published: 03/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Germany will deploy AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine for general use only for over-60 year olds, the government said Tuesday, imposing restrictions for younger people taking the jab after several...

Canada Halts AstraZeneca Shots For Under 55 On Clot Concerns

Published: 03/30/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Health officials in Canada are suspending plans to give AstraZeneca Plc's Covid-19 vaccine to younger people over concerns it could lead to blood clots in rare circumstances.

Astrazeneca Covid Shots Not Recommended For Under 55s In Canada

Published: 03/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

A scientific committee advising Ottawa on Covid-19 vaccines was to recommend Monday halting use of the AstraZeneca shot for people aged under 55, a government source told AFP.

Man Charged For Murder After Fatal Stabbing At Canada Library

Published: 03/28/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian authorities charged a suspect with murder in the fatal stabbing of a woman and the wounding of six others in an early afternoon attack at a library in a Vancouver suburb on Saturday, police...

China Announces Sanctions On 3 People From US, Canada Over Xinjiang

Published: 03/27/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

China announced tit-for-tat sanctions against two Americans, a Canadian and a rights advocacy body late Saturday, in response to sanctions imposed earlier this week by the two countries over Beijing's...

US to send 4m vaccine doses to Canada and Mexico

Published: 03/18/2021 in BBC News - World

The Biden plan to give AstraZeneca jabs to neighbours is seen as part of 'vaccine diplomacy'.

Canada Approves Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine

Published: 03/05/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada on Friday authorized a fourth Covid-19 vaccine, adding Johnson & Johnson's candidate to is approved list alongside AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna shots.

Biden holds first foreign meeting with Canada's Justin Trudeau

Published: 02/23/2021 in BBC News - World

"US leadership has been sorely missed over the past years," the Canadian prime minister said.

Canada's parliament declares China's treatment of Uighurs 'genocide'

Published: 02/22/2021 in BBC News - World

Canada is just the second country after the US to recognise China's actions in Xinjiang as genocide.

Canada determined to follow Australia and France, and make Facebook pay for news content

Published: 02/19/2021 in MercoPress

Canadian media organizations said the Australian approach would permit publishers to recover C$620 million a year Canada is following Australia and vowed on Thursday to make Facebook Inc pay for news content, seeking allies in the media battle with tech giants and pledging not to back down if the social media platform shuts off the country's news.

Pandemic keeps couple along U.S.-Canada border apart

Published: 02/16/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

The closures of land border crossings between the U.S. and Canada has made the short distance between one couple feel so much greater. Steve Hartman shares their story in this week's "On the Road."

How a joke ended up before Canada’s top court

Published: 02/14/2021 in BBC News - World

A comedian's joke about a young disabled boy launched a nearly decade-long free speech battle.

Why Canada is falling behind in Covid vaccinations

Published: 02/12/2021 in BBC News - World

The country is lagging in its vaccination plans amid a delayed delivery of doses.

Canada Extends Cruise Ship Ban To Early 2022 Amid Pandemic

Published: 02/04/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada said Thursday it was extending a ban on cruise ships entering its waters through February 2022 because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Canada Goose, eBay, PayPal, Qualcomm & more

Published: 02/04/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Names on the move ahead of the open.

Covax: Canada defends taking vaccines from sharing scheme

Published: 02/04/2021 in BBC News - World

Canada is among a few rich nations accessing vaccines mostly reserved for developing countries.

Canada designates the Proud Boys a terrorist group

Published: 02/03/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

CBS News asked the White House if a similar move might happen in the U.S.

Canada Designates Far-Right Proud Boys As Banned Terrorist Group

Published: 02/03/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada on Wednesday described the far right Proud Boys as a "serious and growing threat" and designated the movement as a banned terrorist organization.

Proud Boys: Canada labels far-right group a terrorist entity

Published: 02/03/2021 in BBC News - World

The government notes the far-right group's role in the US Capitol riot in Washington last month.

Canada regrets 'misunderstanding' over Wu-Tang Clan T-shirt

Published: 02/02/2021 in BBC News - World

A Canadian diplomat's T-shirt came under fire after some claimed the logo looked like a bat.

Saudi Firms Sue Former Spymaster Now In Canada, Allege $3 Billion Fraud

Published: 01/29/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Saudi state-owned companies have sued the country's former intelligence czar in a Canadian court, alleging he stole billions of dollars, according to documents obtained Friday by AFP.

Elliot Page: Canada's Juno star to divorce Emma Portner

Published: 01/26/2021 in BBC News - World

The Oscar-nominated actor and his choreographer wife describe as "difficult" their decision to split.

Julie Payette: Canada governor general quits amid bullying claims

Published: 01/21/2021 in BBC News - World

The Queen's representative says she is sorry for the lack of a healthy work environment at her office.

Canada Governor General Resigns Over Workplace Harassment Report

Published: 01/21/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Governor General Julie Payette, Queen Elizabeth II's representative in Canada, resigned Thursday ahead of the release of a reportedly scathing report on workplace harassment claims levelled against...

Canada to lift Boeing 737 Max flight ban on Wednesday

Published: 01/18/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

Canada is joining other countries like the U.S. that have brought the aircraft back following two fatal crashes involving the model.

How the U.S.-Canada border closure impacts small towns and businesses

Published: 01/16/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

The hardships of the border closure due to COVID-19 span the entire 5,500-mile border.

U.S.-Canada border closure impacts towns that rely on cross-border traffic

Published: 01/16/2021 in World - CBSNews.com

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has extended the border closure between the United States and Canada. The border closure has devastated small towns and businesses that rely on cross-border traffic. Anna Werner reports.

General Motors to invest nearly $800 million in Canada plant to manufacture electric vans

Published: 01/15/2021 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

General Motors and labor union Unifor said Friday they have reached a tentative deal for the automaker to invest nearly C$1 billion ($785.42 million) in its CAMI Assembly Plant in Ontario, to manufacture commercial electric vans.

Canada-US Border To Remain Closed Till February 21, Says Justin Trudeau

Published: 01/12/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canada-US border will remain closed to all non-essential travelers until February 21, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday.

US, Canada, Britain, Australia Condemn Hong Kong Arrests Of 50 Activists

Published: 01/09/2021 in NDTV News - World-news

Foreign ministers from the United States, Canada, Britain and Australia condemned last week's arrest of over 50 democracy activists in Hong Kong in a joint statement on Sunday, calling on China to...

Canada To Require Negative COVID-19 Test For People Entering Country

Published: 12/30/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will require travellers to obtain a negative Covid-19 test before being allowed into the country, the government announced Wednesday.

Canada Detects First Coronavirus Variant Cases: Health Officials

Published: 12/26/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

The first two cases of a particularly infectious coronavirus variant that recently emerged in Britain have been confirmed in Canada, health authorities said Saturday.

737 Max: Air Canada flight in unscheduled landing after engine issue

Published: 12/26/2020 in BBC News - World

The plane with three crew landed safely after rerouting on a flight from the US to Canada.

Air Canada Reroutes Boeing 737 MAX After Engine Problem

Published: 12/25/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

An Air Canada Boeing 737-8 MAX flying from Arizona to Montreal with three crew members on board experienced an engine problem that forced it to land in Tucson, the airline said Friday.

Air Canada Boeing 737 Max ferry flight diverts after engine issue

Published: 12/25/2020 in Top News and Analysis (pro)

An Air Canada Boeing 737 Max ferry flight diverted after an engine issue, the airline said.

Canada Approves Moderna As Second COVID-19 Vaccine

Published: 12/23/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada has approved the Covid-19 vaccine developed by American biotech firm Moderna, the health department announced Wednesday, two weeks after authorizing immunizations with the Pfizer/BioNTech shot.

Ancient mummified wolf pup in Canada 'lived 56,000 years ago'

Published: 12/22/2020 in BBC News - World

Scientists say the pup, which died about 56,000 years ago, is "the most complete wolf mummy known".

Canada Halts Flights From UK For 72 Hours Due To New Virus Strain

Published: 12/20/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada is halting passenger flights from the United Kingdom for 72 hours, the health ministry said on Sunday, joining a growing list of countries barring British travelers to prevent the spread of a...

Canada PM Justin Trudeau To Take Covid Shot In Public "When Turn Comes"

Published: 12/20/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will receive the Covid-19 shot in public once those in his age group are in line to be vaccinated, he said in an interview broadcast Sunday.

Fashion mogul Peter Nygard arrested in Canada on sex charges

Published: 12/15/2020 in World - CBSNews.com

His arrest comes after U.S. federal authorities raided Nygard's Manhattan offices earlier this year.

Canada To Get Moderna Covid Vaccine Before Year End: Justin Trudeau

Published: 12/15/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

The first doses of Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine are due to arrive in Canada before the end of December, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday.

Canada Administers First Covid Vaccines, Trudeau In No Rush For His Shot

Published: 12/14/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada kicked off its inoculation campaign against COVID-19 on Monday by injecting frontline healthcare workers and elderly nursing home residents, becoming just the third nation in the world to...

Toronto Caregiver Gets First COVID-19 Vaccine In Canada

Published: 12/14/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

A Toronto caregiver became on Monday the first person to get vaccinated against Covid-19 in Canada, TV reports showed.

First Batch Of Pfizer/BioNTEch COVID-19 Vaccines Arrives In Canada

Published: 12/13/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

The first COVID-19 vaccines landed on Canadian soil on Sunday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, and some Canadians are expected to roll up their sleeves for a shot as soon as Monday.

Canada 'Sixties Scoop': Indigenous survivors map out their stories

Published: 12/13/2020 in BBC News - World

Canada's "Sixties Scoop" saw thousands of indigenous children forcibly removed from their families.

Canada, US Border To Stay Closed Until January 21

Published: 12/11/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

The longest international border in the world, between Canada and the United States, will remain closed until January 21 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday.

Covid: Canada latest country to approve Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine

Published: 12/09/2020 in BBC News - World

The country has 14 distribution sites with the cold storage needed for the vaccine, officials say.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman denies sending hit squad to Canada

Published: 12/08/2020 in BBC News - World

An exiled Saudi spy accuses Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of trying to have him assassinated.

Canada To Receive First Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine Before End Of Year

Published: 12/07/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada will get up to 249,000 doses of Pfizer Inc's COVID-19 vaccine before the end of December, assuming it is approved by the health ministry, the government said on Monday.

Canada Targeting January For Start Of Coronavirus Vaccine Delivery

Published: 12/04/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

The Canadian government is targeting January as the starting point for COVID-19 vaccine delivery throughout the country, Canada's Vaccine Distribution Czar Major General Dany Fortin said during a...

Canada bans mass exports of prescription drugs

Published: 11/29/2020 in BBC News - World

The new policy comes in response to a US plan to import drugs from Canada.

Canada Announces Ban On Certain Drug Exports In Response To US Plan

Published: 11/28/2020 in NDTV News - World-news

Canada announced Saturday a ban on exporting certain medicines that are or may soon be in short supply, a measure in response to a US plan to import drugs from its northern neighbor.