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07:07, 24 October 2017 Tuesday
12:35, 21 October 2017 Saturday

Canada Quebecers don face covering to protest new law

Law forces removal of niqabs, burkas while riding municipal buses

16:15, 20 October 2017 Friday

Gas supply disruptions push up Canada inflation

The figure was slightly lower than analysts had forecast, following a 1.4 percent hike in overall prices in August.

12:45, 19 October 2017 Thursday

Canada Quebec law orders removal of niqab burka

New law necessary for ‘security’, lawmakers say  

13:21, 17 October 2017 Tuesday

Canada Faculty strike affects 500 000 students

No date set to return to negotiations

10:39, 14 October 2017 Saturday

Sears 16 000 jobs to disappear in Canada

Department store chain ends in bankruptcy after 65 years

09:52, 14 October 2017 Saturday

Five held captive arrive home in Toronto

Safe return after kidnapping thanks to army rescue

17:42, 07 October 2017 Saturday

Canada to pay 875M to settle Sixties Scoop lawsuits

Indigenous children were taken from parents, put up for adoption

18:13, 27 May 2017 Saturday

From Turkey to Canada watercolor artist Atanur Dogan

Canada-based President of the International Watercolor Society, Atanur Dogan has travelled to Turkey and Myanmar for a series of workshops

09:44, 04 October 2017 Wednesday

Canada EU settle beef dispute thanks to CETA deal

Canada can export 50,000 tons of hormone beef duty-free  

10:55, 03 October 2017 Tuesday

Canada Quebec City mosque murder case moves to trial

Suspect faces six counts of first-degree murder but no terrorism charges

10:35, 01 October 2017 Sunday

Anti-Muslim group confronted by protesters in Quebec

Protestors: We are talking about Shariah law, which goes against the Constitution of Canada

13:37, 21 September 2017 Thursday

EU Canada free-trade deal comes into force

EU says CETA free-trade deal with Canada will not be 'fully implemented' until all member states ratify it

12:22, 21 September 2017 Thursday

Deadline looms in row between Athens Canadian miner

Protests in Greek capital as Eldorado mining firm tells Athens to issue delayed licences 

14:51, 20 September 2017 Wednesday

From feta to CETA key facts about EU-Canada deal

After seven years of negotiation, a controversial free trade deal between the European Union and Canada goes into effect on a provisional basis this Thursday.

11:32, 20 September 2017 Wednesday

Equifax says 100 000 Canadians affected by hacking

Credit reporting firm reveals more on scope of attack as Massachusetts becomes first state to file lawsuit

12:03, 16 September 2017 Saturday

Canada gives additional 2 55 million to help Rohingya

Move follows telephone call between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi

10:01, 14 September 2017 Thursday

Canada urges Myanmar leader to end Rohingya violence

Trudeau expresses his ‘deep concerns’ in phone conversation with Aung San Suu Kyi  

15:30, 09 September 2017 Saturday

Ontario announces plans for marijuana sales

Ontario's Justice Minister Yasir Naqvi said a dozen shops will be open on July 1, 2018 and the number will grow to 150 by 2020.

13:42, 09 September 2017 Saturday

Canada EU China to co-host September climate meeting

The ministerial meeting will include representatives from some 30 countries, according to Canada's minister of environment and climate change, Catherine McKenna.

09:39, 09 September 2017 Saturday

Man accused of murder at Canadian mosque back in court

Prosecution discloses more evidence against Alexandre Bissonnette

10:09, 06 September 2017 Wednesday

Canada US Mexico claim progress in free trade talks

Third round of negotiations to take place Sept. 23-27 in Canada

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