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Kirk Woodman: Canadian mine worker killed in Burkina Faso

 22:34 17/01/2019

A Canadian mining worker kidnapped earlier this week in the West African nation of Burkina Faso has been killed, Canadian officials confirm.

REUTERS / Ms Mohammed was met at Toronto's airport by Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland

Rahaf Mohammed: Saudi teen says women 'treated like slaves'

 22:14 15/01/2019

A Saudi teenager given asylum in Canada after fleeing her family has said the journey was "worth the risk" so she could live a more independent life.

Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, an 18-year old Saudi woman who fled alleged abuse from her family to seek asylum, is headed to Canada. (Sakchai Lalit/Associated Press)

Canada will grant asylum to Saudi woman fleeing alleged abuse: Trudeau

 10:44 12/01/2019

'We have accepted the UN's request that we grant her asylum,' prime minister says

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Justin Trudeau: Three challenges facing him in 2019

 05:19 04/01/2019

A lot has changed for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau since he swept to power almost four years ago. What hurdles does he face as he heads into another election year?

Thomas Peter, Reuters | A paramilitary police officer cycles past the Canadian embassy in Beijing on December 12.

'A geopolitical bonfire': Canada feels heat of US-China trade war after Huawei arrest

 23:29 14/12/2018

In the two weeks since a Huawei tech executive was arrested in Canada at the request of the United States, two other Canadians have been detained in China. Are Ottawa’s fears of becoming a proxy in the trade war between the US and China bearing out?

Reuters / Aly Song (file photo) | People walk past a Huawei sign at the Consumer Electronics Show in Shanghai, China on June 14, 2018.

Canada arrests chief financial officer of China's Huawei

 08:10 06/12/2018

Canadian authorities said Wednesday that they have arrested the chief financial officer of China's Huawei Technologies for possible extradition to the United States.

Netflix says the higher prices are effective immediately for new subscribers, while existing users will be notified by email before their bills rise in the coming weeks. (Matt Rourke/Associated Press)

Basic plan rises a dollar to $9.99 a month

 03:15 30/11/2018

Netflix's standard plan will now cost $3 more

AFP / Khashoggi had gone to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain a marriage document

Jamal Khashoggi: Canada levels sanctions on 17 Saudi nationals

 03:13 30/11/2018

Canada has imposed sanctions on 17 Saudi nationals allegedly linked to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Police close off William Mooney Road And McGee Side Road in Carp, Ont., after plane crash involving two aircraft. (Krystalle Ramlakhan/CBC)

Small plane crashes after mid-air collision near Kanata

 00:33 05/11/2018

Two aircraft were involved in the incident Sunday morning, police say

The newly legalised drug is proving very popular. Picture: AFPSource:AFP

Canada has already run out of weed

 21:07 19/10/2018

T’S only day two of legal recreational cannabis in Canada, but an overwhelming demand has already created major shortages in parts of the country

The top three provinces where residents 15 and above tried cannabis in the third quarter were Nova Scotia, B.C. and Manitoba. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Nova Scotians lead the country in cannabis consumption, says StatsCan

 06:32 12/10/2018

23 per cent of Nova Scotia residents 15 and over used cannabis in third quarter of this year

The Trudeau government appears to have given up on former governor-general Michaëlle Jean's bid for a second term as secretary-general of the Francophonie. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

Canada 'won't go to the wall' on Michaëlle Jean's bid for second term at Francophonie

 03:05 10/10/2018

Former governor general faces strong challenge from Rwandan minister

Canadian military says doubling of sex assault reports a sign of progress

Canadian military says doubling of sex assault reports a sign of progress

 05:29 09/10/2018

'It's a positive indication that people feel free to come forward,' commodore says

Myanmar’s de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi addresses participants during the opening session of the World Economic Forum on ASEAN, in Hanoi, Vietnam, on Sept. 12, 2018.  BULLIT MARQUEZ/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

House of Commons unanimously passes motion to strip Aung San Suu Kyi’s honourary citizenship

 04:29 28/09/2018

Thursday’s Bloc motion reasserted that position, and then stated: “...that the House revokes the honorary Canadian citizenship granted to Aung San Suu Kyi in 2007.”

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured at the United Nations headquarters in New York City last year. Trudeau has said Canada and the world benefits when the country has a seat at the UN Security Council. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press

Canada faces steep odds in battle to join UN Security Council

 02:14 25/09/2018

Rivals Ireland, Norway may have the inside track in the race to reach diplomatic prize

REUTERS / Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended his comments against a heckler on Monday

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has defended himself after accusing a woman at a political event of "racism".

 04:22 21/08/2018

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has defended himself after accusing a woman at a political event of "racism".

Police and RCMP officers survey the area of a shooting in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Picture: APSource:AP

Canadian shooting leaves four dead

 01:32 11/08/2018

POLICE say four people, including two of their own officers, are dead after a shooting in Canada with one person now in custody.

AFP / Mourners leave flowers at a memorial for the victims of a mass shooting on Danforth Avenue in Toronto

After Toronto rampage, does Canada have a gun problem?

 00:43 29/07/2018

After a deadly summer of gun violence, many Canadians are wondering if their country is not as immune to the gun crime plaguing the US as they thought.

A laboratory technician examines blood samples for HIV and Aids. Photograph: Eliseo Fernandez/Reuters/Corbi

Mutated HIV strains in Canada may cause quicker illness, study finds

 20:55 27/07/2018

Strains circulating in Saskatchewan, where nearly 80% of infected are indigenous, may lead to faster development of related viruses

Police were processing several scenes Monday morning.

Toronto gunman kills woman, injures 13, police say

 17:00 23/07/2018

Police have confirmed that the shooter is also dead

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