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Canada, Australia will not send athletes to Tokyo Olympics
Canada and Australia will not send athletes to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo because of the risks associated with the coronavirus outbreak, the Olympic committees for both countries said in separate statements.
US, Canada, European nations meet to discuss concern over Mexico energy policy
The United States, the European Union, Canada and six European nations have held joint talks on concerns over Mexico’s energy policy, sources told Reuters, as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pushes for a bigger role for the state in the sector.
First Nations in Canada are in the forefront of global resistance to neocolonialism and imperialism
The First Nations, which are the predominant indigenous peoples in Canada south of the Arctic Circle, have run out of patience with the intransigence of the Canadian powers following two centuries of oppression, exploitation, expropriation, and usurpation at the hands of the Canadian state.
UK to press for Canada-style trade deal with EU when talks start in March
Britain will underline its desire for a Canada-style trade deal with the EU when formal talks start next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Downing Street office said.
US health-care system costs four times more than Canada's single-payer system
Administering health care in the United States costs four times as much as it does in Canada, which has had a single-payer system for nearly 60 years, according to a new study.
Zarif, world leaders discuss ties, int’l issues in Munich
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Friday held talks with foreign officials, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne, on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference.
Indigenous groups lose court bid to block Canada pipeline
Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal dismissed legal objections to the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion that would nearly triple the flow of oil from the Alberta oil sands to the Pacific coast.
Survival of preterm babies improves by 25% in Canada
The rate of survival of very preterm babies in Canada increased 25 percent after the national Evidence-based Practice for Improving Quality (EPIQ) program was introduced in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) across the country, according to new research in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
Tehran decries US ‘harassment’ of Iranians at Canada border
Iran condemned as “unconstitutional and inhuman”, treatment of travelers of Iranian origin by US border guards, saying Washington should be held to account for ‘the harassment.’
Canada’s TSB says Iran has invited it to examine black boxes of Ukrainian plane
Canada’s Transportation Safety Board said it has been invited by Iran to participate in the download and analysis of the flight recorders from the downing of a Ukraine International Airlines jet “whenever and wherever” that takes place.
Canada asks Iran to send airliner's black boxes to Ukraine or France
Canada on Sunday repeated its request that Iran quickly hand over to France or Ukraine black boxes from the Ukrainian airliner which Iran accidentally shot down.
US detains dozens of Iranian-Americans returning from Canada
Dozens of Iranians and Iranian-Americans were held for hours at Washington State’s border with Canada over the weekend as the Department of Homeland Security ramped up security at border ports after Iran threatened to retaliate against the United States for the assassination of its top military commander.
300m-year-old fossil is early sign of creatures caring for their young
Fossil hunters say they have unearthed the earliest evidence yet of four-limbed vertebrates looking after their young, after discovering the entwined remains of two lizard-like creatures preserved in an ancient plant stump.
Nearly 14,000 people in Canada die from opioid overdoses in four years
Nearly 14,000 people in Canada died from opioid overdoses in the last four years and more than 17,000 have been hospitalized in what officials say is a mounting crisis that shows few signs of relief.

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