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20:53, 23 January 2018 Tuesday
16:40, 13 January 2018 Saturday

Canada hopes G7 summit serves for new ideas

"The G7 serves well as a proving or testing ground for discussions that could eventually go into the G20 or the United Nations or international financial institutions," Peter Boehm, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's G7 representative, said in an interview with AFP.

10:26, 13 January 2018 Saturday

Former Canadian professor freed from French jail

Terrorism charges dropped but ordeal not over yet

10:05, 12 January 2018 Friday

Canada US to host meeting on North Korea

Allies may resort to naval embargo in bid to stop nuclear program

12:42, 11 January 2018 Thursday

Canada convinced Trump will pull out of free trade deal

Canadian dollar, bonds take hit amid speculation

13:04, 06 January 2018 Saturday

Canadian politicians head to US to lobby for NAFTA

Tense trade negotiations begin sixth round in January in Montreal

12:16, 06 January 2018 Saturday

Canadian Muslim group wants day of remembrance

National Council of Canadian Muslims calls for Jan. 29 to commemorate victims of mosque attack

10:31, 05 January 2018 Friday

Canada sent doctor to Cuba to examine embassy staff

Source of ailments to Canada, US diplomats remains mystery

14:57, 02 January 2018 Tuesday

Canada's bitter weather has even penguins coming out of the

King penguins are certainly accustomed to chilly weather, more so than species like the Humboldt that prefer somewhat warmer climes, said zoo curator Malu Celli.

11:22, 02 January 2018 Tuesday

World voices concern over Iran protests

Russian Foreign Ministry says demonstrations in Iran are country’s 'internal affair'

21:03, 01 January 2018 Monday

Iran says Canada 'interfering in internal affairs'

Tehran dismisses US statements over Iran protests

15:25, 21 December 2017 Thursday

Canada invites Turkey to North Korea crisis summit

Turkey’s ambassador to Canada says nations that fought in 1950-53 Korea War also invited

04:04, 17 December 2017 Sunday

Canadian-Iranian sentenced to prison for sanctions violations

Between 2014 and 2016, Ali Soofi, 63, "conspired to export military items from the United States to Iran, both directly and through transshipment to intermediary countries, without a license," according to prosecutors.

09:45, 14 December 2017 Thursday

Canada gives green light for arms sales to Ukraine

Ukraine hopes approval will influence US to follow suit

01:07, 13 December 2017 Wednesday

Canada to buy used Australian jets not Boeing planes

Trade dispute ends Boeing’s CAN$19 billion bid to replace aging CF-18s fighters

12:57, 12 December 2017 Tuesday

Canada provinces to get biggest cut of cannabis tax haul

After meeting in Ottawa with officials from the nation's 10 provinces and three territories, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said he has agreed to give the provinces 75 percent of the monies.

10:31, 08 December 2017 Friday

Canada lumber suffers another hit from US

Commission agrees Canada unfairly subsidizes softwood producers

10:13, 06 December 2017 Wednesday

Fake flag fiasco irks Canadian government

Canada blames China, U.S. for using erroneous Canadian flags as backdrops during visits by officials

11:17, 05 December 2017 Tuesday

Canadian Muslim youth killed for doing right thing

Authorities arrest one man, looking for another in shooting  

13:43, 29 November 2017 Wednesday

Canada sees drop in reported Muslim hate crimes

Statistics Canada warns not all crimes reported

10:36, 29 November 2017 Wednesday

Canada files litigation against lumber tariffs in US

US claims unfair subsidies undercut its lumber companies

10:07, 29 November 2017 Wednesday

Canadian pleads guilty to economic espionage

Karim Baratov is one of four people that US authorities say hacked Yahoo accounts

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