Recent News Headlines : Canada - Canada

CANADA'S TRUDEAU SAYS WILL KEEP EXPLORING TRADE DEAL WITH CHINA


Trudeau's Liberal government must weigh domestic unease at closer China ties with pressure from business interests for more access to the Chinese market... READ MORE

5th December, 2017 25

AIRLINES REV UP TO OFFER DISCOUNT AIRFARES -- BUT DON'T BE BLINDED BY THE PRICE, SAY EXPERTS


The airlines are going to get their money from you one way or the other... READ MORE

3rd December, 2017 4489

CHRISTMAS TREE PRICES RISE FOR FIRST TIME IN ALMOST A DECADE


In addition, many farmers in the U.S. and Canada have dropped out of the business... READ MORE

1st December, 2017 327

INDIGENOUS GROUPS IN ALBERTA, N.W.T. SAY THEY'VE BORNE 'ENORMOUS COSTS' FROM B.C. DAMS, CALL FOR END TO SITE C


For generations, we have witnessed negative changes to our lands, waters and resources from BC Hydro's regulations of the Peace River... READ MORE

1st December, 2017 571

'MY CANADIAN BOYFRIEND': JUSTIN TRUDEAU CALENDAR DIVIDES PUBLIC


A cheeky 2018 calendar featuring Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is selling for 25... READ MORE

30th November, 2017 0

CANADA'S TRUDEAU SET FOR TOUGH CHINA TALKS ON TRADE DEAL, PLANE SALES


Canada's Trudeau set for tough China talks on trade deal, plane sales... READ MORE

30th November, 2017 0

CANADA TO CO-HOST MEETING ON NORTH KOREA CRISIS WITH UNITED STATES


Foreign ministers from more than a dozen countries are expected to travel to Canada for a meeting about the ongoing crisis in North Korea... READ MORE

30th November, 2017 971

CANADA SETS ASIDE TWO BUNKERS AT MILITARY BASES AMID GLOBAL UNCERTAINTY, NORTH KOREAN THREAT


Threat of a north korean missile striking canada prompts officials to adopt a cold war defensive posture... READ MORE

30th November, 2017 11169

TRUDEAU APOLOGIZES FOR CANADA'S 'COLLECTIVE SHAME' PERSECUTION OF GAY PUBLIC SERVANTS


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized on Tuesday for a decades-long campaign by previous governments to rid the military and public service of... READ MORE

29th November, 2017 3

CANADA PM JUSTIN TRUDEAU APOLOGIZES FOR OPPRESSION OF LGBTQ COMMUNITIES


Trudeau said from the 1950s to the early 1990s, the federal government employed a campaign of oppression against members and suspected members of the LGBTQ communities... READ MORE

29th November, 2017 0

WHY DO 25 PER CENT OF AUSTRALIANS FEEL NEGATIVITY TOWARDS MUSLIMS?


The number of Australians who felt immigration was too high also increased in the past year from 34 per cent last year to 37 per cent this year... READ MORE

28th November, 2017 3239

'I FEARED FOR MY LIFE': GERMAN MAYOR SLASHED WITH KNIFE OVER LIBERAL REFUGEE POLICY


I am horrified by the knife attack on the mayor Andreas Hollstein -- and very relieved that he can already be back with his family... READ MORE

28th November, 2017 84

THE COST OF LOVE: WHY NOT EVERYONE IS THRILLED FOR HARRY AND MEGHAN


As of the beginning of 2017, there had been 115 convictions registered for human trafficking in Canada... READ MORE

28th November, 2017 426

22-YEAR-OLD MONTREAL WOMAN ESCAPES DAESH WITH INFANT DAUGHTERS THREE YEARS AFTER TRAVELLING TO SYRIA


Canada's 2016 Public Safety report noted It is often unclear which roles women who travel to Syria perform... READ MORE

28th November, 2017 598

CHIEF LIBERAL PARTY FUNDRAISER TIED TO $8M LOAN TO OFFSHORE TRUST IN CAYMAN ISLANDS


Stephen Bronfman had no other direct or indirect involvement whatsoever in the Kolber Trust, the statement said... READ MORE

25th November, 2017 6568

CANADA'S TRUDEAU APOLOGIZES FOR ABUSE AT INDIGENOUS SCHOOLS THROUGH 20TH CENTURY


The decision came after a decadelong controversy over the federal government's responsibility... READ MORE

25th November, 2017 265

CANADA'S WASTE PROBLEM AND FINDING A FIX


Canada's waste problem and finding a fix - CBC News... READ MORE

25th November, 2017 496

CANADA'S WASTE PROBLEM AND FINDING A FIX


Canada's waste problem and finding a fix - CBC News... READ MORE

25th November, 2017 496

'A PAINFUL CHAPTER OF CANADA'S HISTORY'


In 2008, the government of Canada issued an official apology to the former students of Indian residential schools, but they failed to tell your story... READ MORE

25th November, 2017 722

CANADA'S WASTE PROBLEM AND FINDING A FIX


Canada's waste problem and finding a fix - CBC News... READ MORE

24th November, 2017 496

US TRUCKERS COMPLAIN OF LOST WAGES ON BLACK FRIDAY


The day after Thanksgiving and traditionally the biggest shopping day of the year... READ MORE

24th November, 2017 11

VANCOUVER SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR POET LAUREATE FROM LOCAL FIRST NATIONS


Poets wanted Vancouver seeks nominations for poet laureate from local First Nations... READ MORE

24th November, 2017 442

2 NORTHERN ALBERTA FIRST NATIONS WILL SHARE A 49% INTEREST IN SUNCOR OILSANDS STORAGE FACILITY


The acquisition by the Mikisew Cree and Fort McKay First Nations was first announced a year ago but was conditional on the First Nations securing funding... READ MORE

24th November, 2017 6639

AUSTRALIA CALLS FOR US ENGAGEMENT IN REGION AMID CHINA RISE


Australia calls for US engagement in region amid China rise... READ MORE

23rd November, 2017 2

AUSTRALIA WELCOMES SCRAPPING OF PLANS FOR WIND FARM ON MAJOR FIRST WORLD WAR BATTLEFIELD IN FRANCE


The planned site for the wind farm is a natural burial ground near the Bullecourt memorial that is visited regularly by Australian families... READ MORE

21st November, 2017 326

THESE 12 RESTAURANTS ARE WORTH TRAVELING ACROSS THE WORLD TO EXPERIENCE


Maaemo, Oslo An unexpected dining destination, Maaemo is housed in a modern office block near Oslo's main station... READ MORE

18th November, 2017 5677

SAY DONALD TRUMP KILLS NAFTA. HERE'S WHAT EXPERTS SAY WILL HAPPEN TO CANADA


The first possibility is that Trump allows the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, which NAFTA replaced in 1994, to come back into effect... READ MORE

18th November, 2017 939

113,000 NAMES, COMPANIES IN PARADISE PAPERS LEAK NOW PUBLIC


Thousands more names and companies revealed from Paradise Papers... READ MORE

17th November, 2017 3174

'IT'S VERY TROUBLING': HIDDEN CAMERA CATCHES CAR DEALERSHIPS BREAKING SALES RULES


Today, more than half of new car loans are for seven years or longer, according to automotive research firm J.D... READ MORE

17th November, 2017 4286

CHRYSTIA FREELAND, NAFTA COUNTERPARTS WON'T ATTEND TALKS IN MEXICO CITY


Top trade officials from canada, the u.s. and mexico won't meet during 5th round of talks... READ MORE

16th November, 2017 955

Trending News Headlines : Canada

QUEBEC PASSES CONTROVERSIAL FACE VEIL BAN


Members of the provincial legislature voted 65-51 in favour of the legislation on religious neutrality, known as Bill 62, on Wednesday morning... READ MORE

19th October, 2017 9634

CANADA'S MOST SHAMEFUL ENVIRONMENTAL SECRET MUST NOT REMAIN HIDDEN


Unfortunately, the now full-blown environmental crisis of tar sands tailings ponds has only gotten worse in the last decade... READ MORE

14th November, 2017 9085

REVEALED: OIL GIANTS PAY BILLIONS LESS TAX IN CANADA THAN ABROAD


Le Billon said the tax gap between Canada and developing countries has also been influenced by lower prices for Canadian crude and higher production costs... READ MORE

27th October, 2017 8177

WESTJET READY TO SWOOP IN ON LOW-COST MARKET


The Calgary-based airline says Swoop, headquartered in Calgary, will operate a fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft and provide Canadians with a no-frills, lower-fare travel option... READ MORE

27th September, 2017 7480

ASSISTED-DYING BILL BECOMES LAW AFTER PASSING SENATE VOTE 44-28


Better to have a bill than no bill at all, said Liberal Senator Jim Munson, who called it just a start for Canada... READ MORE

26th October, 2017 6752

'WAS HE UNDER SURVEILLANCE?': QUESTIONS SURROUND EDMONTON 'ACTS OF TERRORISM,' SECURITY EXPERT SAYS


Questions around Edmonton attack5 06 We also know that there are between 80 and 120 of those individuals who have so far returned to Canada, he said... READ MORE

1st October, 2017 4259

ANALYSIS | TRUMP'S STILL-WRONG CLAIM THAT THE U.S. IS THE WORLD'S HIGHEST-TAXED DEVELOPED NATION


Among its economic peers, the United States is not at all the highest-taxed nation, no matter how you crunch the numbers... READ MORE

18th October, 2017 3778

CANADA TO HELP U.S. BY SHIPPING SUPPLIES TO HARVEY VICTIMS


Canada will help the U.S. recovery efforts with supplies, after a phone call between Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump... READ MORE

2nd September, 2017 3750

DONALD TRUMP JR. DUMPED SECRET SERVICE SO HE COULD GO MOOSE HUNTING


Donald Trump Jr. reportedly bagged a moose in Canada after ditching his Secret Service protection earlier this month... READ MORE

28th September, 2017 3565

'THEY'RE FRUSTRATED': 296 CANADIANS HAVE ASKED GOVERNMENT FOR HELP IN WAKE OF HURRICANE IRMA


During the 2004 hurricane season, the government chartered flights to evacuate Canadians, but the official said that hasn't been necessary so far during Hurricane Irma... READ MORE

10th September, 2017 3465

PARADISE PAPERS AND U.S. TAX CUTS A WARNING THAT CAPITALISM MAY BE LOSING ITS DYNAMISM


There is a consensus in mainstream economics that whether Proudhon was right or wrong, property ownership makes economies stronger... READ MORE

13th November, 2017 3224

TOP TRUMP OFFICIAL SAYS U.S. ISN'T OFFERING 'ANYTHING' TO CANADA IN EXCHANGE FOR NAFTA DEMANDS


WASHINGTON--The Trump administration is demanding NAFTA concessions from Canada and Mexico but not offering anything in exchange, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Wednesday... READ MORE

26th October, 2017 3102

IT'S NO BROMANCE, BUT TRUDEAU HAS FOUND A WAY TO CHARM TRUMP


There is an upside for Canada to Donald Trump's presidency, and Trudeau and his team have seen it and seized it, writes Rosemary Barton... READ MORE

10th November, 2017 2963

TRANS-PACIFIC TRADE DEAL ADVANCES WITHOUT UNITED STATES


Canada's position has been further complicated by the fact that it is simultaneously renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement with the Trump administration... READ MORE

11th November, 2017 2767

TRADE TROUBLES FACE TRUDEAU ON TRIP TO WASHINGTON AND MEXICO CITY


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to talk trade, security and gender equality during his four-day trip to the United States and Mexico that begins Tuesday... READ MORE

10th October, 2017 2751

TRUDEAU RELUCTANT TO REVEAL TOO MUCH ON QUEBEC'S FACE-COVERING LAW


On Thursday, in Quebec, Trudeau told reporters it's not up to the federal government to challenge Bill 62... READ MORE

22nd October, 2017 2702

WINTER TRAVEL ADVISORY ISSUED FOR OTTAWA


Environment Canada has issued a winter weather travel advisory starting Thursday evening for commuters in the Ottawa area... READ MORE

9th November, 2017 2445

'HOW MANY MORE LIVES DO WE HAVE TO LOSE?'


MP Todd Doherty said his heart broke after receiving word a Saskatchewan RCMP member took his own life on Tuesday... READ MORE

15th October, 2017 2336

HALF OF CANADA'S MONITORED WILDLIFE IS IN DECLINE, MAJOR STUDY FINDS


According to researchers, the federal Species at Risk Act Sara has faltered in its mission to protect Canada's most beleaguered wildlife, the report noted... READ MORE

15th September, 2017 2198

OPPOSITION MP TUNDU LISSU WOUNDED BY GUNMEN


Top opposition figure suffers multiple gunshot wounds by unknown attackers at his residence in Dodoma city... READ MORE

7th September, 2017 2058

MANITOBA PROVINCE JOINS GROWING MOVEMENT IN CANADA TO COMMEMORATE NANJING MASSACRE


Manitoba joins a growing movement in Canada to recognize and commemorate the Nanjing Massacre, Canadian New Democratic Party NDP said Friday... READ MORE

28th October, 2017 1858

TRUDEAU PAYS TRIBUTE TO SLAIN SOLDIER ON 3RD ANNIVERSARY OF OTTAWA ATTACK


Trudeau pays tribute to slain soldier on 3rd anniversary of Ottawa attack... READ MORE

23rd October, 2017 1828

'I MISS MY FAMILY. ANGELIKA'S LIKE AN AUNT.' THE OLDER GERMANS TAKING IN SYRIAN REFUGEES


It has promised to welcome 20,000 Syrian refugees in this way by 2020... READ MORE

15th November, 2017 1826

CANADA TO MARK NANJING MASSACRE COMMEMORATIVE DAY WITH MEMORIAL


He added that the Nanjing Association has asked Chinese communities in 80 other countries and regions to hold commemorative activities on Dec 13... READ MORE

29th October, 2017 1681

STUDENTS LEARN TO SPOT FAKE NEWS WITH GOOGLE-FUNDED SCHOOL PROJECT


Google Canada is investing 500,000 toward teaching Canadian elementary and high school students how to be news literate... READ MORE

20th September, 2017 1565

JAGMEET SINGH'S WIN OPENS DOORS FOR CANADA'S MINORITIES


The NDP won 44 seats in 2015, but it had a disappointing showing in several regions, including Quebec, urban centres in Ontario, and Atlantic Canada... READ MORE

4th October, 2017 1469

LORNE GRABHER CITES 'VULGAR' GOVERNMENT ADS IN BID TO GET LICENCE PLATE BACK


I am increasingly dismayed by the hypersensitivity of some people who are 'offended' by every little thing they encounter... READ MORE

14th November, 2017 1449

TRUDEAU SAYS HE'S BRACED FOR A 'SURPRISE' AS TRUMP'S NAFTA PROPOSALS GROW MORE PROTECTIONIST


If we can't make a deal, it'll be terminated, and that'll be fine, Trump said in the brief meeting with the prime minister Wednesday... READ MORE

12th October, 2017 1408

QUEBEC JUSTICE MINISTER DEFENDS NEW FACE-COVERING LAW, TO RELEASE GUIDELINES THIS WEEK


Quebec Justice Minister Stephanie Vallee responds to the Opposition during question period on May 30, 2017 at the legislature in Quebec City... READ MORE

23rd October, 2017 1324

TRANS-PACIFIC TRADE DEAL ADVANCES WITHOUT UNITED STATES


Canada's position has been further complicated by the fact that it is simultaneously renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement with the Trump administration... READ MORE

11th November, 2017 1307


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