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Alberta premier says sorry for breaking COVID 19 health rules with...

Edmonton: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, facing mounting criticism in cabinet and caucus, says he is sorry for breaking COVID-19 rules at a dinner party...

Canada announces two new permanent residency pathways for Hong Kong residents

Edmonton: Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino says Canada is offering two new paths to permanent residency for Hong Kong residents who work and/or are recent...

Two members of Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s cabinet criticize him on...

Edmonton: Two members of Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's cabinet are openly criticizing him for actions surrounding COVID-19. Rajan Sawhney and Leela Aheer are taking Kenney...

Air Canada says senior executives to voluntarily return 2020 bonuses

Montreal: Air Canada says its senior executives have chosen to return their 2020 bonuses in response to "public disappointment.'' The airline company says in a...

Statement by the Prime Minister on Italy’s 75th Republic Day

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on Italy’s 75th Republic Day: “Today, we join Italians in Canada and around the world...

Ontario passes bill to strengthen the fight against human trafficking

Toronto: The Ontario government passed new legislation, and amendments to existing legislation, to build upon the province’s $307-million Anti-Human Trafficking Strategy. The Combating Human...

Too early to set a date on loosening travel restrictions: Canada’s...

Ottawa: Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says he cannot yet commit to a date _ or COVID-19 vaccination rate benchmarks _ for when so-called vaccine...

Police hand out tickets to dozens leaving anti lockdown protest in...

MIRROR - RCMP ticketed protesters leaving an anti-lockdown rally outside a central Alberta cafe Saturday, after the establishment was closed by health officials earlier...

Federal government to send health care workers, rapid tests to COVID...

Montreal: The federal government announced it was mobilizing its own resources and co-ordinating with lesser-hit provinces to send health-care workers and other support to...

Sharifa Khan breaks glass ceiling as the country’s first multicultural marketer...

Toronto, ON – Visionary marketer, Sharifa Khan, founder and CEO of Canada’s largest, longest-running multicultural marketing agency, has broken many glass ceilings throughout her...

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