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Trudeau and Trump discuss Canadians detained in China

The case of the two detainees is one of several irritants between Canada and the United States. Another is the tariffs that Washington slapped on Canadian exports of steel and aluminum last year, citing national security concerns.

After US complaint, Canada to soften rules for jet competition to allow Lockheed Martin bid: source

Industry sources have long predicted that Lockheed Martin's rivals could pull out if they felt Ottawa was tilting the race in favour of the F-35.

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Akshay Kumar on citizenship row: I have never denied that I hold a Canadian passport

Akshay Kumar issued a statement about his citizenship after his absence was noted at the recent Lok Sabha polls in Mumbai.

China sentences Canadian to death for drug offences

Canadian Fan Wei was a leader in the production and trafficking scheme, the Jiangmen Intermediate People's Court said in a statement.

Canada privacy watchdog taking Facebook to court

A joint report from privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien and his British Columbia counterpart said major shortcomings were uncovered in Facebook's procedures. It called for stronger laws to protect Canadians.

Canadian capital Ottawa declares state of emergency as waters swell

Spring flooding has killed one person and forced more than 900 people from their homes in Canada’s Quebec province as of Thursday at 1 pm.

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Canada removes reference to Sikh extremism from annual terror report

The 2018 report on terrorism, first released in December last year, drew the ire of the Sikh community at the time of its release as it was the first time Sikh extremism was listed as one of the top five extremist threats in Canada, the CBC news said.

Islamic State claims killing of Canadian geologist in Burkina Faso

Burkina Faso officials said he had been shot, and his body was dumped in an area that the government says is under growing threat from Islamist militants.

Fresh documents keep up pressure on Canada's Justin Trudeau over scandal

Justin Trudeau has been on the defensive since Feb. 7 over allegations that officials leaned on former Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould last year to ensure SNC-Lavalin Group Inc escaped a trial by paying a fine instead.

Canada: Indian sentenced to 8 years in prison for bus crash that killed 16 people

On April 6, 2018, Sidhu's semi-trailer truck failed to stop at a highway intersection, killing 16 people and injuring 13 on the bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos hockey team and others en route to a playoff game.

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Fort McMurray wildfire: Thousands ordered to flee as flames moved into the Canadian oil sands city

The raging wildfire emptied Canada's main oil sands city, destroying entire neighborhoods of Fort McMurray.

Canada welcomes first batch of Syrian refugees at Toronto airport

Canada welcomed 163 Syrian refugees, taking in the first of a planned 25,000 in a matter of months and promising them a better life as they flee their country's horrific war.

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Niagara Falls freezes over, attracts tourists

The sub zero temperature and bitter cold has resulted in a frozen spectacle of the Niagara falls in Canada.

Canada on high alert after parliament attack

A soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial was shot by an unknown gunman.

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Canada’s new marijuana economy: Meet the winners and losers

After 95 years of prohibition, Canada has legalised marijuana. We met with buyers, sellers, growers and students to hear what they had to say.

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Uber service suspended in Canada after Taxi drivers protest at Montreal airport

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre decided to instate a temporary pause of the ride-sharing service Uber after hundreds of taxi drivers protested against the service destroying their business at Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport in Montreal on Wednesday. Protesters attempted to block the roads leading to the airport under police watch, who ensured access routes to the […]

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