Canada

Country Canada
Capital Ottawa
Continent North America
Currency Canadian dollar(CAD)
Languages English & French

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A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the south across an unfortified border. Canada faces the political challenges of meeting public demands for quality improvements in health care and education services, as well as responding to the particular concerns of predominantly francophone Quebec. Canada also aims to develop its diverse energy resources while maintaining its commitment to the environment.

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Trudeau government outlines five-year, $148-million plan to attract more foreign students to Canadian universities - The Globe and MailTrudeau government outlines five-year, $148-million plan to attract more foreign students to Canadian universities  The Globe and Mail

The government is targeting countries with a large and growing middle class that may not yet have the higher-education capacity to educate all their students, ...



Canadian lobster exports boom amid U.S. trade tensions with China - CBC NewsCanadian lobster exports boom amid U.S. trade tensions with China  CBC News

America's lobster exports to China have fallen off a cliff this year, as new retaliatory tariffs shift seafood business to Canada. In places like Halifax and Moncton, ...



Chinese influence in Canada ‘alive and well,’ says student leader threatened by trolls - Global NewsChinese influence in Canada ‘alive and well,’ says student leader threatened by trolls  Global News

"It's alive and well, and it's creeping on us in every corner," said Chemi Lhamo of Chinese influence in Canada.



I’m confident the bond between Canada and the U.S. will only get stronger - The Globe and MailI’m confident the bond between Canada and the U.S. will only get stronger  The Globe and Mail

Despite frictions we may and will have, we are grounded in common values of peace, freedom, democracy and a commitment to the radical equality of human ...



'Very racist and hurtful': Groups denounce anti-immigration billboard seen in Calgary, across Canada - Calgary Herald'Very racist and hurtful': Groups denounce anti-immigration billboard seen in Calgary, across Canada  Calgary Herald

Billboards urging Canadians to “say no to mass immigration” have been met with sadness and disgust among Calgary's immigrant community.



US travel to Canada highest since 2007 - CNNUS travel to Canada highest since 2007  CNN

Some 12.3 million US residents headed to Canada in the first half of 2019, the highest first-half record since 2007, according to Statistics Canada.



Explorers returning to B.C. to probe more of Canada's deepest cave - CBC.caExplorers returning to B.C. to probe more of Canada's deepest cave  CBC.ca

A team of cave explorers who discovered Canada's deepest cave in January of 2018, are preparing to return this fall and dive even deeper. The Bisaro Anima ...



Canada downs Mexico for bronze in women's baseball World Cup qualifier - TSNCanada downs Mexico for bronze in women's baseball World Cup qualifier  TSN

AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico — Edmonton's Madison Willan hit a three-run homer as Canada's women's baseball team beat host Mexico 11-1 to capture the ...



Canadian Hospitality - National ReviewCanadian Hospitality  National Review

An example of sheer friendliness of the people of Canada.



An Elegant, Intimate Wedding on Canada’s Rugged Fogo Island - VogueAn Elegant, Intimate Wedding on Canada’s Rugged Fogo Island  Vogue

Something about being together on a tiny, faraway island fostered new friendships and experiences, which was truly all that we could have asked for out of our ...



After outcry, company to remove pro-Bernier billboards that criticize 'mass immigration' - CBC NewsAfter outcry, company to remove pro-Bernier billboards that criticize 'mass immigration'  CBC News

The owner of billboards currently showcasing ads that seek to promote the People's Party of Canada's controversial stance on immigration reversed course on ...



Remarks by President Trump and Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada Before Bilateral Meeting | Biarritz, France - Whitehouse.govRemarks by President Trump and Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada Before Bilateral Meeting | Biarritz, France  Whitehouse.gov

12:24 P.M. CEST. PRIME MINISTER TRUDEAU: Well, it's always a pleasure to sit down with President Trump. We've had some good conversations already, ...



Retired Canadian found slain at his Mexico residence - Global NewsRetired Canadian found slain at his Mexico residence  Global News

Mexican officials say a Canadian retiree who once served as an honorary consul in Mexico has been found slain at his residence in the Caribbean resort of ...



Canadian travellers were used to gather intelligence during the Cold War - CTV NewsCanadian travellers were used to gather intelligence during the Cold War  CTV News

A newly declassified document reveals that Canada enlisted citizens who travelled to Communist countries during the Cold War to gather intelligence.



The huge cost of Canada’s ‘free’ public highway system should be an election issue – but politicians won’t go there - The Globe and MailThe huge cost of Canada’s ‘free’ public highway system should be an election issue – but politicians won’t go there  The Globe and Mail

Asking drivers to assume the costs of a highway, road, bridge or tunnel is a step that Canadian politicians have come to regard as an extremely effective form of ...



Canada bars consulate staff from travelling outside Hong Kong - Al Jazeera EnglishCanada bars consulate staff from travelling outside Hong Kong  Al Jazeera English

The Canadian consulate in Hong Kong has barred local staff from leaving the city on official business following the detention of a British consulate worker in ...



At G-7, Trump optimistic on trade deals with Canada, Japan - Fox BusinessAt G-7, Trump optimistic on trade deals with Canada, Japan  Fox Business

The president in bilateral meetings with both leaders said he was hopeful trade talks would end well.



Attention, Budget-Watchers: 4 Canadian Alternatives to U.S. Hot Spots - The New York TimesAttention, Budget-Watchers: 4 Canadian Alternatives to U.S. Hot Spots  The New York Times

From Toronto to British Columbia: culture, beauty, great food and savings everywhere you look.



Canada Basketball finally gets good news with reinforcements on the way - CBC SportsCanada Basketball finally gets good news with reinforcements on the way  CBC Sports

Brady Heslip, Andrew Nembhard and Kaza Kajami-Keane participated in practice on Saturday -- good news for Canada's basketball team ahead of the FIBA ...



China accuses Canada and U.S. of ‘singing a duet’ to confuse world over Meng and Canadian detainees - The Globe and MailChina accuses Canada and U.S. of ‘singing a duet’ to confuse world over Meng and Canadian detainees  The Globe and Mail

The Chinese government has accused U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of collaborating with Canada to mislead the world about why Huawei executive ...



Canadians Will Have To Deal With More Insects Carrying Diseases Thanks To Climate Change - NarcityCanadians Will Have To Deal With More Insects Carrying Diseases Thanks To Climate Change  Narcity

Summer may be coming to a close, but that doesn't mean that Canadians are out of the woods when it comes to bug bites. In fact, the chance of being bitten by ...



Why You Need To Visit Canada’s Best Pocket-Sized Island Escape - ForbesWhy You Need To Visit Canada’s Best Pocket-Sized Island Escape  Forbes

While Salt Spring Island is the most well-known of Canada's Gulf Islands (a New York Times '52 Places To Go' in 2016), neighboring Pender Island is a star on ...



The Canadian-Market Land Cruiser Normal People Can't Buy - JalopnikThe Canadian-Market Land Cruiser Normal People Can't Buy  Jalopnik

Though it's far from confirmed, rumors abound that the current Toyota Land Cruiser could be the last one destined for the U.S. market. The robustly-built $90000 ...



Team Canada delivers 17-0 victory on first day of Olympic qualifier tournament - Cloverdale ReporterTeam Canada delivers 17-0 victory on first day of Olympic qualifier tournament  Cloverdale Reporter

Team Canada flexed its strength at the opening game of the 2019 Softball Americas Qualifier. Canada took an early lead against Cuba Sunday evening on the ...



Former top Canadian diplomat calls on Canada to impose sanctions on Hong Kong officials - CBC NewsFormer top Canadian diplomat calls on Canada to impose sanctions on Hong Kong officials  CBC News

A former Canadian diplomat said today it's time for Canada to consider sanctions as Hong Kong braces for a possible crackdown on pro-democracy protests by ...



Canada should support Taiwan’s accession to the CPTPP – but not as a full member - The Globe and MailCanada should support Taiwan’s accession to the CPTPP – but not as a full member  The Globe and Mail

Admitting the island nation is a separate customs territory would benefit the trade agreement and allow Ottawa to pursue sensible One-China policy.



The 'Ford factor' and battleground Ontario - CBC NewsThe 'Ford factor' and battleground Ontario  CBC News

In this week's Canada Votes newsletter: Will the "Ford Factor" sink the Conservatives in this election? Also: How is the latest SNC-Lavalin news affecting the ...



Run the gamut from Canada's roster to the CFL in the mailbag - Toronto StarRun the gamut from Canada's roster to the CFL in the mailbag  Toronto Star

Pretty solid week around these parts, folks. Thanks as always for your varied contributions to what we do here. Now, get this read before you settle into see how ...



Canadian Milos Raonic pulls out of U.S. Open with injury - CTV NewsCanadian Milos Raonic pulls out of U.S. Open with injury  CTV News

Canada's Milos Raonic has pulled out of the U.S. Open because of an injured glute muscle.



Great year for Canadian golf, and the future is bright - Toronto SunGreat year for Canadian golf, and the future is bright  Toronto Sun

AURORA, Ont. – There was no back-to-back win for Brooke Henderson at this year's CP Women's Open, but Canadian golf will exit the summer of 2019 with a ...



Canada must face it: Jihadi Jack is ours now - Toronto StarCanada must face it: Jihadi Jack is ours now  Toronto Star

Canada's failure to fix its terrorism law before now means that Jack Letts has the right to come here and probably won't be prosecuted if he does, writes Rosie ...



Tropical fish spotted thousands of miles away in northern Canada as climate crisis escalates - The IndependentTropical fish spotted thousands of miles away in northern Canada as climate crisis escalates  The Independent

Colourful tropical fish like butterfly fish and scrawled filefish are being spotted in northern Canadian waters as the climate crisis escalates. Scuba diver and ...



MALCOLM: Canada is losing the battle in dealing with illegal migrants - Toronto SunMALCOLM: Canada is losing the battle in dealing with illegal migrants  Toronto Sun

Canada's border cops are ringing the alarm bell about the record number of bogus asylum seekers who refuse to leave the country.Every year, for the past few ...



Hydrofest helps cement relationship between Canada and U.S. - CTV News WindsorHydrofest helps cement relationship between Canada and U.S.  CTV News Windsor

The Detroit River has again played host to the annual Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers Hydrofest.



‘Jihadi Jack’ is Canada’s problem child now - Toronto Star‘Jihadi Jack’ is Canada’s problem child now  Toronto Star

Have pity for the despairing parents of wannbe terrorist Jack Letts, a Canadian citizen who is sitting in a Kurdish jail after leaving his home in England to fight for ...



Why Environmental Groups' Attack on Elections Canada Is Wrong, and Dangerous - TheTyee.caWhy Environmental Groups' Attack on Elections Canada Is Wrong, and Dangerous  TheTyee.ca

Last week many people attacked Elections Canada for its explanations of what the Canada Elections Act says about third party “election advertising.” ...



Moffitt wins NASCAR Truck Series race in Canada - TSNMoffitt wins NASCAR Truck Series race in Canada  TSN

BOWMANVILLE, Ont. — Brett Moffitt led 45 of 64 laps of Sunday's Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on his way to a second straight win ...



Jin Young Ko plays bogey-free golf to prevent another Canadian party - Toronto StarJin Young Ko plays bogey-free golf to prevent another Canadian party  Toronto Star

AURORA—Jin Young Ko didn't flinch. Stuck at the bottom of a tree in a seemingly hopeless position on the ninth hole at Magna Golf Club in the final round of the ...



Ottawa athletes to compete in Canadian Olympic Committee's Talent Search final - OttawaMatters.comOttawa athletes to compete in Canadian Olympic Committee's Talent Search final  OttawaMatters.com

During training, athletes perform speed, strength, and endurance tests in front of coaches and talent scouts from sports organizations like Rugby Canada, ...



Weed it and reap: Lessons for SA from Canada’s cannabis legalisation - Daily MaverickWeed it and reap: Lessons for SA from Canada’s cannabis legalisation  Daily Maverick

Cannabis legalisation in my homeland of Canada has salient lessons for SA policymakers. Aside from being sensible social policy, it unlocks new markets and ...



Europe’s ban on Canadian fruit could deal a $7 million blow to the industry: data - Global NewsEurope’s ban on Canadian fruit could deal a $7 million blow to the industry: data  Global News

The halt on Canadian fruit imports could hit cherry producers especially hard.



The $30 Billion Exodus: Foreign Oil Firms Bail on Canada - BloombergThe $30 Billion Exodus: Foreign Oil Firms Bail on Canada  Bloomberg

Capital keeps marching out of Canada's oil industry, with Kinder Morgan Inc.'s sale of its remaining holdings in the country on Wednesday adding to more than ...



It's 'imperative' that Canada repatriate its detained ISIS fighters, says Pompeo - CBC NewsIt's 'imperative' that Canada repatriate its detained ISIS fighters, says Pompeo  CBC News

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said his administration has been clear with the Canadian government that the U.S. wants Canada to bring home its own ...



Companies push ahead on pot gummy plans despite hazy regulations - CBC NewsCompanies push ahead on pot gummy plans despite hazy regulations  CBC News

Chewy, colourful cannabis-infused gummies in bright colours and in the shape of animals or creatures are among the best-selling edible pot products on the ...



Canada Issues Travel Advisory for Brazil as Amazon Forest Fire Continues - inbrampton.comCanada Issues Travel Advisory for Brazil as Amazon Forest Fire Continues  inbrampton.com

Canadians planning to travel to Brazil may want to postpone their visit until further notice. The Canadian government has recently issued a travel advisory for ...



Close Call: A Boeing 747 Nearly Crash Landed At Canada's Halifax Airport - The National Interest OnlineClose Call: A Boeing 747 Nearly Crash Landed At Canada's Halifax Airport  The National Interest Online

The nose of the white aircraft showed moderate damage. The underside of the plane appeared to be cracked and heavily damaged. Taken on Nov. 7, 2018 the ...



PHL eyes labor deals with China, Canada - Samuel P. Medenilla - Business MirrorPHL eyes labor deals with China, Canada - Samuel P. Medenilla  Business Mirror

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) said it is targeting to secure better employment opportunities for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) during a ...



Largest Muslim convention in Western Canada focuses on working together - Global NewsLargest Muslim convention in Western Canada focuses on working together  Global News

The importance of interfaith collaboration was the focus as thousands of people went to the largest annual Muslim convention in Western Canada on Saturday.



Alouettes outlast Argonauts in latest instalment of Touchdown Atlantic - Canada.comAlouettes outlast Argonauts in latest instalment of Touchdown Atlantic  Canada.com

MONCTON, N.B. — The Alouettes weren't great Sunday afternoon, but they were good enough to beat a struggling team. Montreal outlasted the Toronto ...



Canada election: Charity confused against climate change ads - BBC NewsCanada election: Charity confused against climate change ads  BBC News

Canada's election watchdog has warned environmentalists that saying climate change is real could break the law. The issue arose because one party running in ...



Andrew Scheer, Canadian PM Candidate, Parrots Anti-Gay Marriage Rhetoric - PatheosAndrew Scheer, Canadian PM Candidate, Parrots Anti-Gay Marriage Rhetoric  Patheos

Canadian politics is heating up in advance of this autumn's election season, and Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer is feeling the heat.



Bank of Canada’s next update could affect federal election - Global NewsBank of Canada’s next update could affect federal election  Global News

Canadians last heard the Bank of Canada's take on the economy in the early days of summer — and the timing of its next update has the potential to tinge ...



A qualified success: Newfoundlander Heather Healey, Team Canada headed to World Cup - The TelegramA qualified success: Newfoundlander Heather Healey, Team Canada headed to World Cup  The Telegram

Canada, with a roster that includes Paradise native Heather Healey, extended its record of qualifying for the women's baseball World Cup over the weekend in ...



‘One of the least Canadian things I’ve seen’: anti-immigration billboard sparks anger in Halifax - Global News‘One of the least Canadian things I’ve seen’: anti-immigration billboard sparks anger in Halifax  Global News

The billboard along the Bedford Highway, featuring an image of People's Party Leader Maxime Bernier, was first seen by commuters Friday morning.



Canada's inflation rate held steady at 2% in July, higher than expected - CBC NewsCanada's inflation rate held steady at 2% in July, higher than expected  CBC News

Canada's inflation rate held steady at two per cent in July as the price of gasoline got cheaper but the price of airline tickets soared.



Canadian cannabis firms have developed a taste for edibles. Is the public hungry, too? - Toronto StarCanadian cannabis firms have developed a taste for edibles. Is the public hungry, too?  Toronto Star

Cannabis-infused edibles are coming in the second wave of Canadian legalization and despite a high cost of entry, strict federal regulations and modest sales ...



Former refugee Abdilahi Elmi won't be deported to Somalia Monday as scheduled - CBC NewsFormer refugee Abdilahi Elmi won't be deported to Somalia Monday as scheduled  CBC News

The United Nations is urging Canada to delay the deportation of a former refugee and foster child to Somalia while the Human Rights Committee considers his ...



Vancouver drags Canadian home prices to smallest yearly gain since 2009 - Yahoo News CanadaVancouver drags Canadian home prices to smallest yearly gain since 2009  Yahoo News Canada

Canadian home prices saw the smallest 12-month gain in almost a decade, according to the Teranet–National Bank National Composite House Price Index.



Canada 2019 fall outlook - AccuWeather.comCanada 2019 fall outlook  AccuWeather.com

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What 35,000 political ads on Facebook reveal about Canada's election-year message battle - CBC NewsWhat 35,000 political ads on Facebook reveal about Canada's election-year message battle  CBC News

We are still two months from the federal election, but industry groups, partisan advocates and unions have been busy spending big money on highly targeted ...



Is the federal carbon tax killing jobs? Experts say answer isn't 'black and white' - CBC NewsIs the federal carbon tax killing jobs? Experts say answer isn't 'black and white'  CBC News

Western premiers have argued a carbon tax costs jobs. But industry analysts say the cause-and-effect is not clear.



Ko, Broch Larsen Lead in Canada, Henderson Two Strokes Back - LPGAKo, Broch Larsen Lead in Canada, Henderson Two Strokes Back  LPGA

Rolex Rankings No. 1 Jin Young Ko and Nicole Broch Larsen are tied atop the leaderboard at -18 heading into Sunday's final round of the 2019 CP Women's ...



Canada's school fees undermine public education's commitment to equity - SalonCanada's school fees undermine public education's commitment to equity  Salon

I'm looking at $85 per child in school fees for the 2019-2020 school year at my sons' public high school. It breaks down like this: $35 to support clubs, teams, ...



Canada opposes Russia's return to G8: Freeland - ReutersCanada opposes Russia's return to G8: Freeland  Reuters

The Canadian government remains opposed to Russia rejoining the group of leading industrialized nations formerly known as the Group of Eight, a move U.S ...



Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week - Yahoo Canada FinanceFive things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week  Yahoo Canada Finance

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:G7 meeting wraps upThe meeting of G7 leaders in Biarritz, France, ...



2019 Parapan American Games on CBC: Men's Wheelchair Basketball - Canada vs Mexico - CBC.ca2019 Parapan American Games on CBC: Men's Wheelchair Basketball - Canada vs Mexico  CBC.ca

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After slow start, Canada's recreational marijuana sales reach new high - Marijuana Business DailyAfter slow start, Canada's recreational marijuana sales reach new high  Marijuana Business Daily

Sales of adult-use cannabis in Canada reached new highs in June after getting off to a slow start last October, according to new Statistics Canada data.



At Maine's sprawling border with Canada, there's a new sheriff in town - Press HeraldAt Maine's sprawling border with Canada, there's a new sheriff in town  Press Herald

HOULTON — Take a scroll through the official Twitter page for the new chief patrol agent for the U.S. Border Patrol in Maine and you'll find frequent references to ...



Could Toronto become the largest tech talent hub in North America? - Canada Immigration NewsCould Toronto become the largest tech talent hub in North America?  Canada Immigration News

Look at the careers webpage of almost any U.S. tech giant and you will find openings in Toronto. The Amazon careers page has posted approximately 20 job ...



EU will soon stop importing cherries, other fruits from Canada: CFIA - Global NewsEU will soon stop importing cherries, other fruits from Canada: CFIA  Global News

The European Union will halt imports of Canadian cherries and other *fresh* fruits starting Sept. 1 as it enforces new import requirements related to pests, ...



Canada’s climate change plan among worst in G7: report - Global NewsCanada’s climate change plan among worst in G7: report  Global News

The Climate Action Network, a global association of more than 1300 climate groups, issued a report card on the climate plans of the G7 nations ahead of the ...



Canada's PM Trudeau found guilty by ethics commissioner - Al Jazeera EnglishCanada's PM Trudeau found guilty by ethics commissioner  Al Jazeera English

Canada's ethics commissioner says Trudeau violated rules in his handling of the SNC-Lavalin corruption inquiry.



Forget Toronto. Buying in P.E.I. increasingly 'cutthroat' as home prices rise - CBC NewsForget Toronto. Buying in P.E.I. increasingly 'cutthroat' as home prices rise  CBC News

The cost of housing is climbing faster in Prince Edward Island than in much of Canada, with the average price of a home in Charlottetown jumping nearly 40 per ...



Canada's Carling Zeeman off to solid start at World Rowing Championships - CBC SportsCanada's Carling Zeeman off to solid start at World Rowing Championships  CBC Sports

Canada had a strong start at the 2019 World Rowing Championships on Sunday with seven crews, including Olympian Carling Zeeman, advancing directly to ...



Environmental groups can still talk climate change during election, says Canada's chief electoral officer - CBC NewsEnvironmental groups can still talk climate change during election, says Canada's chief electoral officer  CBC News

Canada's chief electoral officer issued a public statement today assuring environmental organizations that they're free to promote action to fight climate change ...



Forget Greenland — this politics prof thinks the U.S. should buy Canada instead - CBC.caForget Greenland — this politics prof thinks the U.S. should buy Canada instead  CBC.ca

U.S. President Donald Trump may be facing criticism for wanting to buy Greenland, but a politics professor is suggesting an even better target: Canada.



Calgary's Pride Festival, now 4th-largest in Canada, kicks off - CBC.caCalgary's Pride Festival, now 4th-largest in Canada, kicks off  CBC.ca

Calgary Pride Festival, which started nearly 30 years ago, is now one of the largest Pride festivals in the country, incorporating family fun, music and ...



How ‘Jihadi Jack’ became Canada’s problem - Maclean'sHow ‘Jihadi Jack’ became Canada’s problem  Maclean's

Audrey Macklin: The world is not made safer from terrorism when the U.K. disposes of their unwanted citizens in Canada.



What it means when an extremist group is added to Canada’s list of terrorist organizations - Global NewsWhat it means when an extremist group is added to Canada’s list of terrorist organizations  Global News

There have been calls for more right-wing extremist groups to be added to the federal terror list, but it is unclear exactly when or if that will happen.



Cannabis Canada: Jobs aplenty in Canadian pot industry - Article - BNN - BNNBloomberg.caCannabis Canada: Jobs aplenty in Canadian pot industry - Article - BNN  BNNBloomberg.ca

Canadian pot sector seeing hiring spree over past few years: StatsCan. Canada's cannabis sector is in the midst of a job boom. Employment in Canada's ...



RCMP probe of international CRA phone scam IDs Canadian suspects - CBC NewsRCMP probe of international CRA phone scam IDs Canadian suspects  CBC News

You've probably got the call: An automated message threatens you with arrest over unpaid taxes owed to Canada Revenue Agency. Now the RCMP says it is ...



Transat shareholders approve Air Canada takeover, deal now in regulators' hands - CBC NewsTransat shareholders approve Air Canada takeover, deal now in regulators' hands  CBC News

Transat shareholders have approved Air Canada's $720-million acquisition offer, a milestone on a twisting road toward a takeover.



Canada murders: teenage suspects died by apparent suicide, police say - The GuardianCanada murders: teenage suspects died by apparent suicide, police say  The Guardian

Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky were wanted over the killing of three people and were the subject of a police manhunt.



Billy Talent Accuses Ontario Minister Lisa MacLeod Of 'Misrepresenting' Meeting - HuffPost CanadaBilly Talent Accuses Ontario Minister Lisa MacLeod Of 'Misrepresenting' Meeting  HuffPost Canada

Canadian rock band Billy Talent is letting the world know they don't support the Ontario government, after the province's culture minister, Lisa MacLeod, posted ...



Canadian Antisemite Stopped In His Tracks | Sheldon Kirshner - The Times of IsraelCanadian Antisemite Stopped In His Tracks | Sheldon Kirshner  The Times of Israel

One summer day, three years ago, I found Your Ward News, a thin tabloid published quarterly in Toronto, stuffed into my mailbox. As I flipped through its pages, ...



Timing of Bank of Canada's next statement gives it potential to tinge election - paNOWTiming of Bank of Canada's next statement gives it potential to tinge election  paNOW

OTTAWA — Canadians last heard the Bank of Canada's take on the economy in the early days of summer — and the timing of its next update has the potential to ...



House Hunting in … Canada - The New York TimesHouse Hunting in … Canada  The New York Times

With a stable economy and little foreign demand, Manitoba's cottage country is an affordable haven for nature lovers.



Canada's Trudeau under pressure after Britain revokes citizenship of 'Jihadi Jack' - ReutersCanada's Trudeau under pressure after Britain revokes citizenship of 'Jihadi Jack'  Reuters

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came under pressure on Monday from the opposition Conservatives who warned against giving ...



French musician killed by bear in Canada - The GuardianFrench musician killed by bear in Canada  The Guardian

Julien Gauthier, 44, was on an expedition recording sounds of nature for his music.



Canadian Teenage Murder Suspects Found Dead in Manitoba, Police Say - The New York TimesCanadian Teenage Murder Suspects Found Dead in Manitoba, Police Say  The New York Times

The Canadian police have been searching for the suspects since mid-July, when the bodies of three people were found in British Columbia.



Canadian Elite Basketball League Championships on CBC: Final - CBC.caCanadian Elite Basketball League Championships on CBC: Final  CBC.ca

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Canada's Ice Roads Are Melting Too Soon - Atlas ObscuraCanada's Ice Roads Are Melting Too Soon  Atlas Obscura

It's March in Canada's Northwest Territories, almost 200 miles above the Arctic Circle, and the Mackenzie River Delta is frozen solid. Seen from above, its ...



CANADA: Misogyny is embedded in our social, political structures. The SNC-Lavalin affair proves it - NewmarketToday.caCANADA: Misogyny is embedded in our social, political structures. The SNC-Lavalin affair proves it  NewmarketToday.ca

A firm policy in the PMO on respecting the political independence of the attorney general might have served him better when Wilson-Raybould first cautioned ...



Canada must once again lead the world on ensuring no one goes hungry - Toronto StarCanada must once again lead the world on ensuring no one goes hungry  Toronto Star

The number of people going hungry has risen to 822 million — approximately one in nine people.



What it's like camping in Canada's newest national park Thaidene Nëné - CBC.caWhat it's like camping in Canada's newest national park Thaidene Nëné  CBC.ca

CBC North reporter Emily Blake travelled to Fort Resolution and Lutsël K'é, N.W.T., for celebrations and the signing of final agreements establishing Thaidene ...



Meng Wanzhou claims 'covert criminal investigation' by Canadian, U.S. authorities - CBC NewsMeng Wanzhou claims 'covert criminal investigation' by Canadian, U.S. authorities  CBC News

Lawyers for Meng Wanzhou claim she was the target of a "covert criminal investigation" designed by Canadian and U.S. authorities to illegally detain and search ...



Canada's Safe 3rd Country Agreement With The U.S. Draws Criticism - NPRCanada's Safe 3rd Country Agreement With The U.S. Draws Criticism  NPR

Canadians and rights groups have challenged the country's U.S. asylum accord, as migrants continue to head north over the border seeking refuge.



The Russian spy who posed as a Canadian for more than 20 years - The GuardianThe Russian spy who posed as a Canadian for more than 20 years  The Guardian

“A spy has to be an actor, but an actor that doesn't need a public or a stage, and doesn't require the approval of others,” says Elena Vavilova, as she sips a ...



Trudeau springs a nasty surprise on many Canadian employers - Financial PostTrudeau springs a nasty surprise on many Canadian employers  Financial Post

Opinion: Changes to labour standards touch on everything from job scheduling to breaks, vacations, holiday pay and leaves of absences, among other things.



Household Debt Soaring Among Canada’s Young Adults, And It’s Not Mortgages - HuffPost CanadaHousehold Debt Soaring Among Canada’s Young Adults, And It’s Not Mortgages  HuffPost Canada

High house prices and the mortgage stress test are making it as difficult as it's ever been to buy a house, but young Canadians are finding other reasons to ...