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Justin Trudeau's 100-days as Canadian PM: Popularity of the man who stole everyone's heart is waning, here's why

Feb 07, 2016

Justin Trudeau's 100-days as Canadian PM: Popularity of the man who stole everyone's heart is waning, here's why

One hundred days after Justin Trudeau's Liberal government was sworn in, the still-popular Canadian prime minister faces mounting criticism, against the backdrop of a floundering economy and terror fears. #ConnectTheDots #terror #Canada #islamic-state #Justin Trudeau #Liberal Government
Canada's first Sikh Defence Minister faces 'racist' remarks in Parliament

Feb 04, 2016

Canada's first Sikh Defence Minister faces 'racist' remarks in Parliament

Canada's first Sikh Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has been heckled in Parliament with an opposition member shouting that MPs needed an "English-to-English" translation as he spoke. #NewsTracker #Canada #islamic-state #IS #Harjit Sajjan #Sikhs in Canada
Canadian anti-Islamic State fighter detained while trying to enter Australia

Feb 03, 2016

Canadian anti-Islamic State fighter detained while trying to enter Australia

A Canadian national who allegedly fought against the Islamic State (IS) terror group alongside Kurdish forces has reportedly been detained while trying to enter Australia on Wednesday and will be deported, the media reported. #Australia #NewsTracker #Immigration #Canada #Australian police #Anti Islamic State
As Zika virus spreads, United States reports sexually transmitted case from Texas

Feb 03, 2016

As Zika virus spreads, United States reports sexually transmitted case from Texas

Texas reported a case of the Zika virus being sexually transmitted Tuesday, fueling fears over the rapid spread of the disease blamed for a surge in the number of brain-damaged babies. #United States #NewsTracker #Europe #Latin America #Texas #Canada #sexually transmitted #Zika
Air India Kanishka bombing: Lone convict Inderjit Singh released from Canada prison after two decades

Jan 28, 2016

Air India Kanishka bombing: Lone convict Inderjit Singh released from Canada prison after two decades

Inderjit Singh Reyat, the lone person convicted for the 1985 Air India Kanishka bombing, which killed all 329 people on board, was on Wednesday released from prison in Canada after serving two decades behind bars. #World #India #Terrorism #NewsTracker #terror #Canada #Inderjit Singh Reyat #Kanishka Bomber
Australian Open: Raonic, too good for Monfils, sets up semi-final clash with Murray

Jan 27, 2016

Australian Open: Raonic, too good for Monfils, sets up semi-final clash with Murray

Milos Raonic proved too good for Frenchman Gael Monfils on Wednesday as he became the first Canadian to reach the Australian Open semi-finals and set up a clash with Andy Murray. #David Ferrer #Tennis #Andy Murray #Canada #Milos Raonic #Gaël Monfils #Stan Wawrinka #Men's singles #Australian Open 2016
Australian Open: Raonic dedicates third-round win to victims of Canada school shooting

Jan 23, 2016

Australian Open: Raonic dedicates third-round win to victims of Canada school shooting

Milos Raonic dedicated his third-round victory at the Australian Open on Saturday to victims of a shooting in Canada which left four people dead and at least two injured. #Tennis #Australian Open #Canada #Milos Raonic #Canada shooting #Australian Open 2016
Five dead and two injured in Canada school shooting, suspect arrested

Jan 23, 2016

Five dead and two injured in Canada school shooting, suspect arrested

Five people were killed and two critically injured in a school shooting in a remote part of Saskatchewan on Friday and a male suspect was in custody, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and police said. #NewsTracker #Shooting #Canada #School shooting #Justin Trudeau #La Loche
Canada PM Trudeau chooses US for first official state visit; will meet Obama in March

Dec 29, 2015

Canada PM Trudeau chooses US for first official state visit; will meet Obama in March

US President Barack Obama will welcome Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for talks on 10 March, 2016, the White House said Monday #Michelle Obama #White House #Barack Obama #US #NewsTracker #Canada #Stephen Harper #Justin Trudeau #Pierre Trudeau #Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau
PM Trudeau wants Pope Francis to formally apologise to Canada's natives

Dec 17, 2015

PM Trudeau wants Pope Francis to formally apologise to Canada's natives

PM Trudeau has said he would ask Pope Francis to formally apologise for more than a century of abuses at church-run boarding schools set up to assimilate Canada's indigenous peoples. #NewsTracker #Canada #Pope Francis #Justin Trudeau #The Church #Pope Francis apologises