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NHL to resume virus-interrupted season next month with Stanley Cup tournament in Canada
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'Friends of India' protest outside Chinese consulate in Vancouver, demand release of detained Canadians in China
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Carbon monoxide ‘could have incapacitated Sydney Seaplanes pilot’
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge speak to Canadian medical staff to mark Canada Day
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Pamela Anderson offers to help Justin Trudeau become vegan
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Pamela Anderson offers to help Justin Trudeau go vegan
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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively dig deep to aid indigenous leaders in Canada
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US's Inability To Tame Pandemic Leaves Travelers Out In The Cold
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Beyond Meat Drops 10 Percent After Test With McDonald's Ends
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Walmart removes Mississippi flag from stores
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China starts prosecuting two Canadians held on spying charges
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Baloch activists hold anti-Pakistan protest in Canada for human rights violations in Balochistan
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Japan withdrawing 2023 Women's World Cup bid: Kyodo
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China charges two Canadians with alleged spying
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U.N. Humiliates Trudeau
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Miracle baby who weighed just 1lb at birth now embracing life
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"I think that white people should stand up and say racism is wrong" - kids speak on racism
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Brutal arrest of Canadian indigenous chief fuels anti-police unrest
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Huawei CFO's new argument to fight extradition
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Mumbai attack convict Headley cannot be extradited to India; Rana faces extradition: US attorneyMumbai terrorist attack convict David Headley cannot be extradited to India, but Pakistani-origin Canadian businessman co-conspirator Tahawwur Rana faces extradition, a US attorney has told a federal..
Pakistan-origin man rearrested in US on India's extradition request for involvement in Mumbai attackPakistan-origin Canadian businessman Tahawwur Rana, 59, was recently released from jail on compassionate ground after he told a US court that he has tested positive for the Covid-19. He was rearrested..
Canada hits 100,000 coronavirus cases, major challenges remainCanada officially racked up 100,000 cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday and although the outbreak is slowing, health experts said major challenges remain.
Canada's Trudeau backs opposition leader kicked out of Parliament in racism rowCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday backed the leader of an opposition party who was ejected from the House of Commons for branding a member of another party a racist and refusing to..
Canada's NDP leader Singh kicked out of House for calling MP racistJagmeet Singh, the head of Canada's New Democrat Party (NDP), was ejected from the House of Commons on Wednesday after he called a member of another opposition party racist and for refusing to..
Canadian province Alberta to study forming own pension plan, police forceThe Canadian province of Alberta will study replacing the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) with a provincial plan and establishing a provincial police force, Premier Jason Kenney said on Wednesday after a..
Canada to present fiscal snapshot on July 8, too early for full update, PM Trudeau saysThe Canadian government will unveil a "fiscal and economic snapshot" on July 8 to help show much money it has spent combating the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday.
Canada to extend income support by eight weeks, U.S. border to remain closedCanada will extend federal income support by eight weeks for those who lost their jobs amid the COVID-19 outbreak, and the border with the United States will remain closed to non-essential travel, the..
China asks Canada to investigate pests found in logsChina's foreign ministry has asked Canada to investigate pests found in shipments of logs, spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters at a daily briefing on Tuesday.
Mexico to stop sending workers to Canadian farms hit by coronavirusMexico will stop sending temporary workers to Canadian farms that have registered a coronavirus outbreak and that do not have proper worker protections, Mexico's labor ministry said on Tuesday,..
PM Modi, his Canadian counterpart talk about strengthening multilateral institutionsAccording to an official statement, the leaders updated each other about the evolving situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic in their countries and discussed the possibilities of international..
U.S. extends non-essential travel restrictions with Canada, MexicoThe U.S. Department of Homeland Security said on Tuesday it would extend existing restrictions on non-essential travel at land ports of entry with Canada and Mexico due to continued risks from the..
Factbox: Canadian provinces and their plans to reopen schools amid COVID-19Quebec, the Canadian province hardest-hit by the coronavirus outbreak, on Tuesday set out guidelines for elementary and high school students across the province to return to classrooms in the fall.
Mexico pauses farm worker program in Canada after coronavirus deathsMexico has paused its migrant farm worker program in Canada, Mexico's foreign ministry spokesman said on Tuesday, after a coronavirus outbreak in Ontario killed two workers from Mexico, although..
In Canada's COVID-19 capital, younger students return to class in 'bubbles'Quebec's elementary and younger high school students will be divided into smaller subgroups, or "bubbles," and no longer switch classes when they return to school this fall, the Canadian province hit..
Mexico halts migrant farm worker program in CanadaMexico is temporarily suspending its program that sends workers to jobs in Canada's agricultural sector as it reviews Canadian health policies and procedures, according to a CNN report on Tuesday..
China asks Canada to probe parasites found in logs: foreign ministryChina's foreign ministry has asked Canada to investigate parasites found in shipments of logs, spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters at a daily briefing on Tuesday.
Canada sees tight U.N. Security Council race, says coronavirus response could helpCanada faces a tight race for a rotating seat on the United Nations Security Council but the country's response to the coronavirus outbreak could help win support, Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe..
Canada to extend income support for jobless during pandemic: TrudeauCanada will extend the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) income support that was brought in to help people get through temporary job losses caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, Prime Minister Justin..
Canada's Trudeau calls arrest video of indigenous leader 'shocking'Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday that newly released video showing a forceful arrest of a Canadian indigenous leader was "shocking," saying it raised serious questions.
With 'lone wolf' event and wide space, Canada's COVID-19 capital looks to tempt touristsQuebec, the Canadian province hit hardest by the coronavirus outbreak, is touting its vast spaces, "lone wolf" running event, and "end of the road" trails to travellers as a center for social..
Canada to mandate temperature checks for airline passengers, Trudeau saysCanada will make it a requirement to take airline passengers' temperatures before they fly and anyone with a fever will not be allowed to travel, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday.
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U.S. is 'trouble maker' in China-Canada relationship, Chinese envoy to Canada saysThe United States is using the case of a senior Chinese telecoms executive who was arrested in Vancouver on a U.S. warrant 18 months ago to create friction between China and Canada, China's envoy to..
Denmark agrees to send more troops to Iraq's NATO training missionDenmark will send up to 285 military personnel to NATO's non-combat training operation in Iraq as it takes over leadership of the mission training Iraqi security forces from Canada by the end of 2020,..
Canada's political consensus over coronavirus aid programs starts to frayCanada's political consensus over help for those hit by the coronavirus outbreak began to fray on Wednesday when a government official complained the opposition was blocking a proposed expansion of..
Exclusive: Canada, U.S. set to extend border closure to end-July - sourcesCanada and the United States are set to extend a ban on non-essential travel to late July as both countries seek to control the spread of the coronavirus, according to three sources familiar with the..
Toronto's first black police chief announces surprise retirementThe first black police chief of Toronto, Canada's largest city, abruptly announced his retirement on Monday, saying he would step down nearly a year early on July 31, just days after kneeling with..
Canada makes 'limited exemption' to border measures for immediate family reunificationCanada is narrowly easing some border restrictions to allow immediate family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents separated because of the coronavirus pandemic to reunite, officials..
Ontario to reopen restaurants, hair salons outside of virus hot spotsThe Canadian province of Ontario will reopen some hair salons and outdoor dining at restaurants among other businesses on Friday, the provincial government announced on Monday, but only in health..
Canada's Trudeau wants body cameras for police, cites lack of public trustCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday said he wanted police forces across the country to wear body cameras to help overcome what he said was public distrust in the forces of law and order.
Indigenous chief says Canadian police beat him over expired licence plateAn indigenous chief alleged on Saturday that Canadian police beat him in March after an incident involving an expired licence plate on his truck.
'Stand up to Trump!' Canada protesters shout to Trudeau who kneels at anti-racism rallyCanadian protesters chanted "Stand up to Trump!" to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he joined thousands at an anti-racism rally on Friday and took a knee alongside protesters.
Trudeau says discrimination by Canada police must end, after indigenous woman killedDiscrimination by Canadian police against indigenous people and people of color "needs to end," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday, after police officers shot and killed an indigenous woman..
Coronavirus spread in Canada is slowing, hotspots remainThe spread of the novel coronavirus in Canada has slowed significantly, and 90% of the COVID-19 cases in the past two weeks have been in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, pubic health data showed on..
Carnival's Princess Cruises extends suspension of some voyagesCarnival Corp's Princess Cruises on Thursday extended the suspension of some of its voyages in Australia, Canada and Taiwan as cruise ports around the world remain shut due to the coronavirus crisis.
Canada to require most airport workers, flight crews to wear masksCanada will require most airport workers and flight crews to wear non-medical masks from June 4, but pilots will be exempt while they are on the flight deck, Transport Minister Marc Garneau said on..
Myanmar court denies bail to Canadian preacher who defied virus banA Myanmar court on Wednesday denied bail to a Canadian Christian preacher who held church services in defiance of a ban on gatherings to prevent the spread of the coronavirus that led to infections in..
Canada's Trudeau, backed by rivals for now, has little chance to cash in on popularity boostCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is soaring in the polls amid widespread approval of his handling of the coronavirus pandemic but has little chance of cashing in soon on his popularity with..
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Canada's Trudeau, opposition leaders vow to fight racism at homeCanadian Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his rivals in the opposition vowed on Monday to fight racism at home as violent protests continued in the United States following the death of a black..
Bird strike may have caused deadly Canadian Snowbirds jet crash, ministry saysA preliminary investigation into the crash of a Canadian Snowbirds aerobatics team jet that killed one crew member and seriously injured another may have been caused by a bird strike, Canada's defense..