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Moohem in Quebec: How out of control cows are wreaking havoc on this Canadian town
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Moohem in Quebec: How out of control cows are wreaking havoc on this Canadian town

Cows have destroyed crops worth $20,000 in Quebec’s Saint-Severe municipality since escaping a Saint-Barnabe dairy farm in July. In October, authorities set out cowboys to capture them but they broke free and escaped into a corn field

FIFA World Cup, Group F analysis: Belgium’s ‘Golden Generation’ fall short; Morocco punch above their weight
Football

FIFA World Cup, Group F analysis: Belgium’s ‘Golden Generation’ fall short; Morocco punch above their weight

Belgium's ageing stars failed to fire in Qatar four years after reaching the semi-finals in Russia, scoring just one goal across three matches and finishing third behind Morocco and Croatia.

China rigged Canadian elections in 2019, says country’s top cop
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China rigged Canadian elections in 2019, says country’s top cop

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in the House of Commons that Canada's 'intelligence services have highlighted many times that interference in Canadian affairs by foreign powers is an ongoing thing.'

Trudeau-Xi showdown at G20 meet: How Canada can tackle Chinese interference
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Trudeau-Xi showdown at G20 meet: How Canada can tackle Chinese interference

Reports have emerged that China’s Toronto consulate interfered in the 2019 election by providing $250,000 in funding via a Communist party proxy group to an alleged election interference network. This group has allegedly targeted at least 11 candidates in both the Liberal and Conservative parties

Canada's Prime Minister Trudeau to defend to inquiry use of emergency powers against trucker protests
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Canada's Prime Minister Trudeau to defend to inquiry use of emergency powers against trucker protests

The Public Order Emergency Commission will hear Trudeau's statement about the rarely used powers, which were invoked in February after weeks of trucker-led protests that brought Ottawa to a standstill and disrupted trade

Explained: The 'lake-effect snow' that caused six feet of snow to fall in one storm in Buffalo
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Explained: The 'lake-effect snow' that caused six feet of snow to fall in one storm in Buffalo

Lake-effect snow starts with cold, dry air from Canada. As the bitter cold air sweeps across the relatively warmer Great Lakes, it sucks up more and more moisture that falls as snow. Residents in places like Buffalo are keenly aware of this phenomenon

WATCH: China's Xi Jinping 'scolds' Canada PM Justin Trudeau at G20 Summit
Politics

WATCH: China's Xi Jinping 'scolds' Canada PM Justin Trudeau at G20 Summit

China is fuming after the details of the conversation between Canada's PM Justin Trudeau and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia appeared in the media. The Chinese government has termed the incident as as a 'leak'

China playing 'aggressive games' with Canada democracy: Justin Trudeau
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China playing 'aggressive games' with Canada democracy: Justin Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's comments came following a report of foreign interference in its elections

India urges Canada to intervene, prevent extremists from holding pro-Khalistan ‘referendum’
India

India urges Canada to intervene, prevent extremists from holding pro-Khalistan ‘referendum’

The Canadian government, on its part has informed that it respects India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and will not recognise the so-called referendum by pro-Khalistan elements. The referendum, it is believed will take place in two parts in Canada

Canada cracks whip on Chinese companies to save its critical mineral resources
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Canada cracks whip on Chinese companies to save its critical mineral resources

The companies ordered to divest their holdings are Sinomine (Hong Kong) Rare Metals Resources Co Ltd, Chengze Lithium International Limited and Zangge Mining Investment (Chengdu) Co Ltd, a statement said

Who is Navjit Kaur Brar, first turban-wearing Sikh woman elected councillor in Canada’s Brampton?
Explainers

Who is Navjit Kaur Brar, first turban-wearing Sikh woman elected councillor in Canada’s Brampton?

Born and raised in Brampton, Brar served as a frontline health worker during the pandemic and has little political experience. During the campaign, she vowed to build new infrastructure, reduce crime, and improve road safety

Canada loves Khalistanis: High Commissioner in India says ‘we love people of all faiths…all are welcome’
India

Canada loves Khalistanis: High Commissioner in India says ‘we love people of all faiths…all are welcome’

Meanwhile, the MEA had said earlier that the government's position on the so-called referendum by anti-India elements in Canada is well-known and has been conveyed to the Canadian Government

US, Canada send armored vehicles, other supplies to help Haiti's police
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US, Canada send armored vehicles, other supplies to help Haiti's police

The equipment arrived more than a month after one of Haiti's most powerful gangs surrounded a fuel terminal and demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry

India tells Canada to stop Khalistan referendum, take action against banned groups
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India tells Canada to stop Khalistan referendum, take action against banned groups

India asked Canada's Justin Trudeau government to stop the so-called 'Khalistan referendum' and ensure that no Canadian government property is used to spread hatred or calls for violence against the Indian people

FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup: Canada hold France to 1-1 draw; China beat Mexico 2-1
Football

FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup: Canada hold France to 1-1 draw; China beat Mexico 2-1

Anabelle Chukwu gave Canada the lead in the 67th minute but Lucie Calba equalised within six minutes.

Shri Bhagavad Gita park 'vandalised': Is Canada seeing a rise in crimes against Indians?
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Shri Bhagavad Gita park 'vandalised': Is Canada seeing a rise in crimes against Indians?

The Shri Bhagavad Gita park sign was ‘vandalised’ in Canada’s Brampton city, which the Indian mission termed a ‘hate crime’. From defacing of BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir to racist attacks, a look at when Indians were attacked by locals

India launches 5G services in country: Which other countries provide high-speed internet and at what cost?
Explainers

India launches 5G services in country: Which other countries provide high-speed internet and at what cost?

India joined the elite club of countries which provide 5G services when Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the high-speed internet at an event in New Delhi. The service was first rolled out in 2019 and since then around 70 countries have 5G networks

A 'tit for tat' move? Canada’s travel advisory for India explained
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A 'tit for tat' move? Canada’s travel advisory for India explained

The Canadian government has asked its nationals to avoid travelling to Gujarat, Rajasthan and Punjab. The advisory comes a week after India cautioned its citizens flying to Canada citing a 'sharp increase in incidents of hate crime, sectarian violence, and anti-India activities'

Canada: Receding ice leaves polar bears at rising risk
World

Canada: Receding ice leaves polar bears at rising risk

Climate warming is affecting the Arctic three times as fast as other parts of the world, and sea ice, the habitat of the polar bear, is gradually disappearing

Uprooted trees, damaged homes and no power: Hurricane Fiona's trail of destruction in Canada
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Uprooted trees, damaged homes and no power: Hurricane Fiona's trail of destruction in Canada

Authorities sent to clean up the debris left by Hurricane Fiona witnessed nothing but destruction caused by the very powerful and dangerous storm', as it is described by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau