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Canada’s Ukraine refugee plan praised, but questions raised about other war...

By Laura Osman The Canadian Press Ottawa: Canada's decision to welcome an unlimited number of Ukrainians to Canada on a temporary basis marks a positive and...

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...

Strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza kills thousands of birds in...

Montreal: The carcasses of thousands of white gannets have been covering the shores of Quebec’s Iles-de-la-Madeleine for the last two weeks, victims of highly...

Leaders spar over climate, foreign policy in debate, but format leaves...

By Joan Bryden The Canadian Press Ottawa: Federal party leaders jousted over climate change, health care, foreign policy, the economy and Indigenous reconciliation during Thursday's English-language...

Attention passengers: police board plane, charge man with stealing megaphone

By CKOM, THE CANADIAN PRESS SASKATOON: A passenger on a WestJet flight says police boarded the plane looking for someone who had snatched the aircraft's...

MPs vote to approve retooled Liberal mission against Middle East militants

The Canadian Press OTTAWA: The House of Commons has voted to approve the Liberal government's retooled mission against the Islamic State of Iraq and the...

Canada bringing back mandatory random testing of travellers arriving at main...

Ottawa: The federal government announced plans on Thursday to start randomly testing travellers at Canada’s four main airports for COVID-19 again next week, but...

Scholz, Trudeau aim to drum up business as German leader visits...

Montreal: A busy day lies ahead for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz during the first full day of the German leader's...

Quantitative easing 'not on the table,' Finance Minister Joe Oliver says

The Canadian Press TORONTO: Finance Minister Joe Oliver says he doesn't see any need for quantitative easing, despite the recent economic downturn. Oliver says such a...

Former MP Grewal will not be a Conservative Candidate in Cloverdale-Langley...

Surrey: Former MP Gurmant Grewal will not be seeking the Conservative Party of Canada nomination in the electoral district of Cloverdale-Langley City. After receiving...

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