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16:33, 29 April 2017 Saturday
09:12, 29 April 2017 Saturday

Canadian VW owners eligible for 2 1 billion settlement

105,000 get between $5,100-$8,000 in emissions scandal

11:18, 28 April 2017 Friday

Two Canada customs agents nabbed in trafficking bust

The charges come after an 18-month investigation into organized crime, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said in a statement.

19:11, 25 April 2017 Tuesday

Trump warns of retaliation against Canada over dairy

President Donald Trump, who took office in January, spent much of his campaign blasting the NAFTA agreement and stating that he would renegotiate it to get a better deal.

13:06, 24 April 2017 Monday

Canada sets new sanctions against Syria after chemical attack

The measure follows an initial round of sanctions announced last week, Canada's first against Syria and its president, Bashar al-Assad, since 2014, when a conservative government was in office in Ottawa.

06:01, 22 April 2017 Saturday

Canada enacts more sanctions on Syria

Government woking to war, hold parties responsibility

08:03, 21 April 2017 Friday

Canadian doctors discover first antibiotic in 30 years

PEG-2S promises to tackle superbugs that threaten world health

18:27, 20 April 2017 Thursday

Canada's Westjet to launch ultra low-cost airline

Most Canadian airlines already charge extra for checked bags, meals and other services. As such, the news was met with a bit of sarcasm.

06:16, 20 April 2017 Thursday

Anti-Muslim sentiment growing in Canadian cities

Canadian imam receives death threat; Islamic centre set on fire

06:08, 20 April 2017 Thursday

Canada refutes US claims of unfair dairy trade

Australia, New Zealand support US. claims

19:48, 18 April 2017 Tuesday

Canada's largest printer withdrawing from newspaper publishing

The company will still retain several specialty magazines for business, financial and construction sectors.

08:54, 18 April 2017 Tuesday

Climate change forces Canadian river to change course

For the first time ever in modern history, a team of scientists Monday documented as what they're describing as large-scale river reorganization as a result of human-caused climate change.

03:02, 15 April 2017 Saturday

Canada announces sanctions against key Syrian officials

The latest sanctions were Canada's first against Syria and Assad since 2014 when a conservative government was in office.

07:19, 14 April 2017 Friday

Canada moves to join treaty curbing foreign arms sales

Canada would be one of the last countries to join the pact, which was signed by 130 countries, and has been ratified by 83. 

05:34, 14 April 2017 Friday

Canada introduces law to decriminalize marijuana

Nation would be first G7 member to legalize drug

19:57, 13 April 2017 Thursday

Canadian 'giant' of HIV research drowns

During his time leading IAS, Mark Wainberg organised the 13th International AIDS conference in Durban, South Africa, and he also co-chaired the same conference in Toronto in 2006.

08:07, 11 April 2017 Tuesday

No room for Assad in Syrian peace Canada says

Prime Minister Trudeau condemns Syrian president’s ‘war crimes’

07:07, 07 April 2017 Friday

Fake bomb grounds airliner at Toronto airport

American arrested, faces bail hearing Friday after a mock IED device was found in a passengers suitcase

11:16, 01 April 2017 Saturday

Canada extends mission against ISIL for three months

Canada withdrew its F18 fighter jets in February 2016. It left available to the coalition its CP-140 Aurora surveillance and CC-150T Polaris refueling aircraft.  Harjit Sajjan

07:54, 28 March 2017 Tuesday

Massive 6M Canadian coin stolen in Germany

Thieves make off with 220-pound gold coin from Bode Museum

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