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02:39, 19 August 2017 Saturday
Canada
10:09, 10 August 2017 Thursday

N Korea allows Canadian prisoner to return home

Pastor had been given life sentence 

02:09, 10 August 2017 Thursday

Canadian military builds camp to house refugees from US

Many asylum seekers are Haitians fleeing possible deportation from Trump’s America

04:13, 07 August 2017 Monday

Canada sees rising tide of migrants from the US

At the Lacolle crossing point on the Quebec border, federal police have erected a tent on a logging road to check the identities of the new arrivals, who come on foot hauling suitcases and packages.

04:19, 06 August 2017 Sunday

State of emergency extended in Canada's fire-hit west

Officials said the state of emergency would remain in effect until August 18 to ensure the continued flow of resources to fight the forest fires and protect the public.

05:36, 04 August 2017 Friday

Canada scrambles to find lodging for Haitians fleeing the US

Authorities said 500 migrants turned up Tuesday, traversing a border crossing at the southern Quebec town of Lacolle. Another 300 people turned up on Wednesday, further taxing already overwhelmed immigration facilities.

15:45, 25 July 2017 Tuesday

Navaid Aziz The period of communicating with people only in

Navaid Aziz, a Canadian imam, despite his young age, has a considerable reputation among Muslims living in the world, especially in the geographical regions that we call the West. Deniz Baran made an interview about his work.

17:19, 21 July 2017 Friday

Canada June inflation rate slows to 1 0

The inflation rate slowed from the 1.3 percent seen in May, and 1.6 percent in April, the Statistics Canada data showed.

03:06, 20 July 2017 Thursday

Canada Mexico US to begin NAFTA talks next month

Deal oversees more than $1 trillion in trade

12:34, 16 July 2017 Sunday

49 voters to decide fate of Muslim cemetery in Canada

Quebec cemetery would be region's first owned, operated by Muslims

02:08, 15 July 2017 Saturday

5 file CAN 35M lawsuit against Canadian spy agency

Suit claims fellow workers made anti-Muslim, racist remarks

05:05, 14 July 2017 Friday

Former US President Carter hospitalized in Canada

Jimmy Carter suffers dehydration during annual homebuilding event

09:37, 13 July 2017 Thursday

Khadr fights to keep CAN 10 5M settlement in Canada

Widow of slain US soldier argues in court filing Khadr might hide money

01:02, 13 July 2017 Thursday

Canada raises interest rate for first time in 7 years

Could be sign for other countries to follow suit

10:48, 10 July 2017 Monday

2 000 firefighters battle wildfires in Canada

Thousands evacuated as hot dry conditions feed flames  

09:30, 27 June 2017 Tuesday

US imposes new duties on Canadian lumber

Second round of tariffs raises duty to around 27 percent

11:24, 23 June 2017 Friday

Canadian leader says Muslims must fight terrorism

Remarks by Quebec premier not helpful, Muslim council president says

10:11, 21 June 2017 Wednesday

12K stolen from 6 Canadian mosques

Suspect allegedly took cash from donation boxes

02:06, 21 June 2017 Wednesday

Canada Anti-terror law beefs up cyber threat powers

New law balances country’s security with individual privacy rights

01:02, 17 June 2017 Saturday

Canadian politician joins Muslims for Ramadan fast

Mark Holland raises money for food bank, awareness for community

09:19, 16 June 2017 Friday

Muslim women file human rights complaint in Canada

Three were fired after enduring harassment on the job

11:48, 14 June 2017 Wednesday

Canadian oil hike puts Trudeau climate action in doubt

Currently the world's sixth largest oil producer, Canada expects to hike production by 32 percent to 5.1 million barrels per day by 2030, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.



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