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'Stand up to Trump!' Canada protesters shout to Justin Trudeau who kneels at anti-racism rally
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'Stand up to Trump!' Canada protesters shout to Justin Trudeau who kneels at anti-racism rally

Canadian protesters chanted "Stand up to Trump!" to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he joined thousands at an anti-racism rally on Friday and took a knee alongside protesters

Justin Trudeau kicks off re-election campaign in Canada, faces questions over showing undue favours to construction firm
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Justin Trudeau kicks off re-election campaign in Canada, faces questions over showing undue favours to construction firm

Polls strongly suggest that Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau may not win enough seats to govern by himself after a series of missteps that called into question his leadership while cutting into his once sky-high popularity

Canada suspends operations at embassy in Venezuela after Maduro regime refuses to accredit diplomats critical of president
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Canada suspends operations at embassy in Venezuela after Maduro regime refuses to accredit diplomats critical of president

Canada announced on Sunday it was temporarily shutting its embassy in Venezuela, blaming President Nicolas Maduro for refusing to accredit diplomats critical of his regime.

Canada floods: Over 6,500 people evacuated as deluge worsens in Montreal; Justin Trudeau calls for 'strong fight' against climate change
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Canada floods: Over 6,500 people evacuated as deluge worsens in Montreal; Justin Trudeau calls for 'strong fight' against climate change

Over 6,500 people were told to quickly leave their homes near Montreal late on Saturday and early Sunday after floodwaters breached a dike in rain-soaked eastern Canada.

Canadian diplomats sue Ottawa for $28 million over mysterious 'Havana syndrome' due to Cuba postings
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Canadian diplomats sue Ottawa for $28 million over mysterious 'Havana syndrome' due to Cuba postings

The diplomats have been back in Canada for a year but still suffer from what has become known as "Havana syndrome," a mystery illness with symptoms including strong migraines as well as visual and auditory disorders.

Canada Parliament officially revokes Aung San Suu Kyi's honorary citizenship over Rohingya crisis in Myanmar
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Canada Parliament officially revokes Aung San Suu Kyi's honorary citizenship over Rohingya crisis in Myanmar

Aung San Suu Kyi is the first person to have her honorary Canadian citizenship revoked.

Canada Hajj pilgrims, Saudi students face uncertainty due to diplomatic row; Ottawa's allies remain silent
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Canada Hajj pilgrims, Saudi students face uncertainty due to diplomatic row; Ottawa's allies remain silent

Riyadh abruptly severed diplomatic and trade ties earlier in August in response to Canada's demand the release of civil society activists in the kingdom.

Canada shooting: Two police officers among four killed in New Brunswick's Fredericton city; 48-yr-old suspect arrested
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Canada shooting: Two police officers among four killed in New Brunswick's Fredericton city; 48-yr-old suspect arrested

Two police officers were among four people killed Friday in a shooting that sparked panic and a police lockdown in the sleepy eastern city in Canada, Fredericton, as the nation grapples with rising gun violence.

Saudi Arabia-Canada dispute over activists' release escalates: As Ottawa issues defiant statement, a look at bilateral ties
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Saudi Arabia-Canada dispute over activists' release escalates: As Ottawa issues defiant statement, a look at bilateral ties

The Saudi government expelled Canada's ambassador, giving him 24 hours to leave the country, and recalled its own envoy to Ottawa, while freezing all new trade.

US-Canada trade war: In tit-for-tat measure, Ottawa imposes tariffs on 250 American goods, including orange juice, bourbon
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US-Canada trade war: In tit-for-tat measure, Ottawa imposes tariffs on 250 American goods, including orange juice, bourbon

Canada imposed retaliatory tariffs on various American goods in response to Donald Trump's decision to slap steel and aluminium tariffs early June

Nearly a week after Justin Trudeau's arrival, Modi tweets old photo with Canadian PM, sets tone for meeting today
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Nearly a week after Justin Trudeau's arrival, Modi tweets old photo with Canadian PM, sets tone for meeting today

With questions raised over his silence since Justin Trudeau's arrival, Narendra Modi welcomed him on his visit and said that he looked forward to meeting him.

Justin Trudeau's India visit could bolster ties, but Canadian PM's courting of Khalistani elements is causing bitterness
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Justin Trudeau's India visit could bolster ties, but Canadian PM's courting of Khalistani elements is causing bitterness

There is a lot to gain from bolstering ties between India and Canada, just that Justin Trudeau will need to keep in mind New Delhi’s sensitivities

Woman threatens to 'rip off' turban of Sikh man in Canada, club where incident occurred apologises
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Woman threatens to 'rip off' turban of Sikh man in Canada, club where incident occurred apologises

A Sikh man was asked to remove his turban by a woman in a Canadian club who threatened to "rip" off the head covering and heckled him with racist remarks, according to a media report

Canadian woman convicted of murder after police discovers murder weapon in Facebook selfie
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Canadian woman convicted of murder after police discovers murder weapon in Facebook selfie

A Canadian woman has been convicted of killing her friend after police discovered the murder weapon used in a picture of the pair on social media.

Canada to have allow gender-neutral passports, will have new option 'X'
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Canada to have allow gender-neutral passports, will have new option 'X'

anadians who do not identify as male or female will from 31 August be able to mark "X" on their passports, instead of "M" or "F", the government has announced.

IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017: Andre De Grasse withdraws his name after tearing hamstring during training
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IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017: Andre De Grasse withdraws his name after tearing hamstring during training

It was not revealed on which leg De Grasse suffered the torn hamstring, which happened in a Monday training run.

Canadian tech firms urge Ottawa to offer temporary visa following U.S. immigration ban
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Canadian tech firms urge Ottawa to offer temporary visa following U.S. immigration ban

A group of Canadian technology company founders, executives and investors on Sunday called in a letter for Ottawa to immediately give temporary residency to those displaced by a U.S. order banning the entry of people from seven Muslim-majority countries.

Canada offers temporary home to those stranded by Donald Trump's travel ban
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Canada offers temporary home to those stranded by Donald Trump's travel ban

Canada will offer temporary residence permits to people stranded in the country as a result of US President Donald Trump's travel ban, the immigration ministry has said.

Home-grown attacks: Canada faces jihadist threat after Ottawa shooting
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Home-grown attacks: Canada faces jihadist threat after Ottawa shooting

Lawmakers returned to the bullet-chipped halls of Canada's parliament today after two jihadist attacks in three days forced their nation to confront a deadly new home-grown threat

Ottawa shooting: Homeless Canada gunman wanted a passport to go to Syria
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Ottawa shooting: Homeless Canada gunman wanted a passport to go to Syria

He seemed lost, "did not fit in," had drug problems, and went more than five years without seeing his mother. In recent weeks, he had been living at a homeless shelter and had talked about wanting to go to Libya — or Syria — but became agitated when he couldn't get a passport.