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Canada takes part in Quad naval exercise in Pacific Ocean

Toronto, Jan. 26 -- For the first time, Canada is participating in a joint exercise in the Pacific Ocean with the nations that comprise the Quad: the US, India, Japan and Australia. The fortnight-lon... Read More


In phone call with Biden, Trudeau expresses disappointment over US stance on Keystone XL pipeline

India, Jan. 23 -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has expressed his disappointment to US President Joe Biden in a telephonic conversation between the two over Washington's decision to cancel pe... Read More


Canada's governor general Julie Payette quits over workplace mistreatment scandal

India, Jan. 22 -- Canada's head of state, governor general Julie Payette, has resigned after a scathing independent review found that workplace mistreatment at her official quarters of Rideau Hall in ... Read More


US-Canada relations on slippery ground over Keystone XL oil pipeline issue

India, Jan. 20 -- Canada and the United States may be headed for a clash over the contentious Keystone XL pipeline in the early days of the Joe Biden administration. The new administration has alread... Read More


Trudeau to shuffle cabinet after Punjab-origin minister quits

Toronto, Jan. 13 -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has scheduled an unexpected cabinet reshuffle following the sudden resignation of Indo-Canadian minister Navdeep Bains. No reason has been a... Read More


Covid-19: Negative coronavirus test required for air travel to Canada

India, Jan. 7 -- As the winter surge of the pandemic continues in Canada, the government has made it mandatory for all Canada-bound international travellers to produce a negative Covid-19 test result ... Read More


Justin Trudeau slams US Capitol chaos, calls it 'an attack on democracy'

India, Jan. 7 -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has described the violence unleashed by supporters of outgoing US President Donald Trump in Washington on Wednesday as "an attack on democracy".... Read More


Pak-linked groups in Canada seek probe into Baloch activist's mysterious death in Toronto

India, Dec. 23 -- Several Canadian civil society groups with roots in Pakistan have sought a "thorough investigation" into what they have described as the "murder" of 37-year-old Karima Baloch, whose ... Read More


Canadian think tank MLI slams SFJ for filing defamation case

Toronto, Dec. 23 -- The Ottawa-based think tank Macdonald-Laurier Institute (MLI) has said that a civil defamation lawsuit filed against it by the separatist group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) is a "meritl... Read More


Canadian think tank MLI slams Sikhs for Justice for filing defamation case

India, Dec. 22 -- The Ottawa-based think tank Macdonald-Laurier Institute (MLI) has said that a civil defamation lawsuit filed against it by the separatist group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) is a "meritles... Read More