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Boeing crisis grows as EU and Canada step up scrutiny of 737 MAX
The crisis for US aviation company Boeing is growing as the European Union and Canada said they would seek their own guarantees over the safety of the 737 MAX following the two deadly crashes of the company’s flagship aircraft.
US, Canada, EU announce new sanctions against Russia
The US, the EU and Canada have imposed fresh sanctions against Moscow in a coordinated move as people in Crimea celebrated the fifth anniversary of reintegration to Russia following a referendum.
Second Trudeau minister resigns as Canada’s political crisis swells
Another minister in the cabinet of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada quit in protest on Monday over accusations that he and his aides tried to influence a criminal case against a multinational Canadian company accused of bribing the Libyan government.
Canada opposition calls on PM Trudeau to quit over ethics allegations
Canada’s main opposition party has called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to step down following allegations of unethical conduct by his officials.
China slams UK, EU ‘dual standards’ on row with Canada
China has slammed the United Kingdom and the European Union for adopting a double-standard approach towards the issue of human rights, saying the Westerners voice concerns over Beijing's detention of Canadians while remaining silent on the case of a Chinese national arrested in the North American state.
Saudi Arabia gets armored vehicles despite Canada's pledge to halt deal
A consignment of armored vehicles has left Canada for Saudi Arabia despite Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's declaration that Ottawa was ready to halt a $13 billion arms deal with Riyadh.
'Transforming Traditions: The Arts of 19th Century Iran' at Canada's Aga Khan Museum
The Aga Khan Museum in Canada brings together a selection of masterpieces dating between 1785 and 1925 from the Qajar Dynasty, Iran in its exhibition 'Transforming Traditions: The Arts of 19th Century Iran'. The exhibition is on view on February 10, 2019.
Canada claims 3rd citizen arrested in China
Canada says a third Canadian citizen has been detained in China, following the arrest of a Chinese telecom executive in Vancouver on December 1.
Canada court frees China’s Huawei CFO on bail
A court in Canada has granted bail to a senior executive of China-based Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, 10 days after she was detained in Vancouver on a US arrest warrant, triggering a major diplomatic row.
China warns against bullying of citizens amid row with Canada
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has warned against the “bullying” of its citizens amid a diplomatic row with Canada over the detention of a Huawei Telecom executive on a United States arrest warrant.
China urges Canada to release Huawei exec or face consequences
China’s Foreign Ministry has called on Canada to immediately release Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the global telecom giant Huawei Meng Wanzhou or face consequences.
Canada economic growth slows in third-quarter, December rate hike seen off cards
Canada’s economic growth slowed in the third quarter on declines in motor vehicle purchases and housing investment, underpinning market expectations that the Bank of Canada will not hike interest rates next week.
Exclusive: Canada rushes to deport asylum seekers who walked from US - data
Canada is prioritizing the deportation of asylum seekers who walked across the border from the United States illegally, federal agency statistics show, as the Liberal government tries to tackle a politically sensitive issue ahead of an election year.
Cases of rare, polio-like paralysis targeting kids appear in Canada
Last week, the US Centers for Disease Control reported a small surge in cases of a mysterious disease in children. More than 60 cases of the polio-like illness have been confirmed in 22 US states in recent weeks. Now, doctors in Toronto say they're seeing cases appear in Canada.

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