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Canada to impose $2.7bn tariffs on US goods as countermeasure

Addressing reporters in Ottawa on Friday, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said that the countermeasure tariffs will take effect in 30 days after the government will spend a month in consultations with Canadians

Canada to provide $13bn for ‘safe restart’ of economy

The direct transfers are part of a comprehensive agreement to help those governments cover some of their budgetary costs over the next six to eight months as they reopen and prepare for a possible second wave of COVID-19

Canada commits to fight rising gun violence

Ottawa: The Canadian government on Wednesday committed to tackling an increase in gun violence and pushing forward in the fight against gangs. Public safety minister...

Khalistani cloud over Trudeau’s visit

India shares a complicated relationship with Canada because of deep concerns over the patronage that the Khalistani elements enjoy on Canadian soil. There is...

Amarinder Singh faces no threat, says Canada after Khalistan-angle probe

The Amarinder Singh government had, in April, cold-shouldered visiting Canadian Defence Minister of Indian-origin Harjit Singh Sajjan as he travelled to various places in Punjab.

Canada bans removing passengers from overbooked airplanes

In a letter issued on Thursday to the heads of all airlines that fly in and out of the country, Transport Minister Marc Garneau warned that an incident like the one injuring a passenger aboard a United Airlines flight earlier this week is not allowed to occur in Canada

Canadian government apologizes to citizens tortured in Syria

The government said it had settled civil suits with three Canadian nationals -- Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad Abou Elmaati and Muayyed Nureddin -- who were arrested and tortured in Syrian custody just after the 9/11 attacks and detained until 2004.

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