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Canada election results: Justin Trudeau to remain in power but with minority government

Justin Trudeau, the Liberal Party leader, is viewed as one of the last remaining progressive leaders among the world's major democracies.

Liberal icon Justin Trudeau fights to stay in power as Canada votes

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces the threat of being knocked from power after one term as the nation holds parliamentary elections.


Canada's Justin Trudeau dons bulletproof vest for campaign event, CBC cites threat

Police also surrounded Trudeau on stage for the first time since the start of a six-week election campaign leading up to what polls suggest will be a closely contested vote on Oct. 21.

Canada’s conservative leader lacks star power, but not support

Andrew Scheer, Canada’s conservative leader, is polling neck-and-neck with Justin Trudeau. Can he translate that into victory in the Oct. 21 elections?

Canada elections: 50 Indian-origin candidates in fray, it’s Punjabi vs Punjabi fight on several seats

In Brampton Centre, sitting MP Ramesh Sangha (Liberal Party), Pawanjit Gosal (Conservative Party) and Baljit Bawa (PPC) are facing each other. Liberal candidate Ramesh Sangha hails from Lesriwal village in Jalandhar and had migrated to Canada in 1995.

Canada tries a forceful message for flood victims: Live someplace else

As the costs of climate change mount, Canada has begun forcing flooded homeowners to move, prompting clashes over what counts as fair


Hurricane Dorian lashes east Canada, then weakens heading out to sea

Residents who waited out the storm described strong winds followed by a wall of water that flooded the first floors of many homes and forced some to await rescue from their attics.

Dorian turns north and begins lashing parts of eastern Canada

The storm's worst damage in the US appeared to be on Ocracoke Island, which even in good weather is accessible only by boat or air and is popular with tourists for its undeveloped beaches.

Canada visa fraud in Punjab: Travel agent files fake investment proof on behalf of clients, booked for cheating

The fraud is estimated at Rs 60 lakh in total but applicants are more worried because they have been banned by the Commission for five years.

Canada police find two bodies believed to be teen fugitives

Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, both from Port Alberni, British Columbia, fled from British Columbia to Manitoba and were the target of an intense three-week manhunt.

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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.


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.


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 […]