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Scandal on all sides as Canada heads for ‘election of discontent’
Melissa Mollen Dupuis watched from the sidelines as Greta Thunberg, the teenage Swedish climate activist, led hundreds of thousands of protesters in a climate strike through central Montreal last month.
Canada's Trudeau ‘deeply sorry’ for 2001 ‘racist’ make-up
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has unreservedly apologized for wearing dark make-up 18 years ago, something that has been described as a “racist” act by his political opponents less than five weeks before national elections.
Iran condemns Canada’s sale of assets, warns of consequences
Iran said the sale of its properties in Canada as per a court ruling to compensate a group of so-called “terror victims” is an unlawful move that will have consequences for the Ottawa government if not revoked.
Canada sells Iran’s properties, gives money away to ‘terror victims’
Canada has gifted some $30 million worth of Iranian assets to the victims of terrorist attacks in which Iran says has not been involved, Canadian media reported.
Trade war uncertainty hanging over Canada's economy, Bank of Canada deputy governor says
The Canadian economy has shaken off the weakness seen at the start of the year, however escalating trade conflicts and the related uncertainty are taking a toll, a senior Bank of Canada official said.
Australia slays Canada in Basketball World Cup 'Group of Death'
Australia drew first blood in the so-called "Group of Death" at the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup with a nail-biting 108-92 victory over Canada in China on Sunday.
What profits at Canada's big banks are saying about the odds of a recession
If a recession is headed our way, the canaries in the economic coal mine that are most likely to sing its arrival will be Canada's big banks.
Anti-immigration billboards across Canada taken down after backlash
Anti-immigrant ads on billboards across Canada are being taken down after a public outcry and multiple petitions against them, the company that owns the billboards said.
Canadian schoolchildren eating better than they used to: Study
Schoolchildren in Canada ate higher quality foods but still not enough dark greens in 2015 compared to those in 2004, according to a new University of British Columbia study.
Canada teen murder suspects died by apparent suicide, police say
The Canadian men who evaded a country-wide manhunt for more than two weeks, and whose bodies were discovered last week, likely died from self-inflicted gunshot wounds, police said.
Capital One says information of over 100m in US, Canada hacked
Capital One Financial Corp. said that personal information including names and addresses of about 100 million individuals in the United States and six million people in Canada were obtained by a hacker who was arrested.
Mystery deepens over murder of tourist couple in Canada
Police investigating the murder of two young travelers in Canada said the case could be linked to the disappearance of two teenagers and the discovery of a third body 470km (290 miles) away.
Canada says it is close to deal with EU on possible fix to WTO deadlock
Canada and the European Union are close to agreeing on a possible temporary solution to a US block on appeals in disputes at the World Trade Organization (WTO), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.
China says Canadian citizen detained for drug offenses
Chinese police detained a Canadian citizen in relation with a drugs case involving students, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday, an incident that comes amid a deep chill in relations between the two countries.

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