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Will send Covishield to Canada in less than a month: Adar Poonawalla

Covishield is the brand name for the AstraZeneca-Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine.

Canada extends ban on UK flights till January 6

"In addition to the significant measures we already have in place, we acted quickly on additional travel restrictions in response to the situation in the UK," Trudeau said at a press conference in Ottawa on Wednesday.

Canada to begin Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine roll-out

Trudeau has previously said the country will receive 249,000 initial doses of the vaccine this month, the first 30,000 doses of which are expected to have arrived by Monday.

Canada approves use of Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine

The Canadian government has said its target is to vaccinate majority of the citizens by September 2021.

Trudeau’s sermons

One must not lose sight of the fact that Canada, along with the US and EU, had questioned India’s food subsidies at WTO meetings

Canadian PM expresses concern about farmers’ protest in India

"I would be remiss if I didn't start also by recognising the news coming out of India about the protest by farmers. The situation is concerning and we're all very worried about family and friends," Trudeau said.

Trudeau slams China on human rights, ‘coercive diplomacy’

Canada's ambassador to China obtained "virtual consular access" to Spavor and Kovrig over the weekend, the Foreign Affairs Ministry said Saturday.

Trudeau fears ‘disruptions’ in event of tight US vote result

Trudeau, who has an often stormy relationship with Trump, generally refrains from commenting on political happenings in Canada's powerful neighbor.

Canada signs deal to secure 20mn more Covid-19 vaccine doses

Addressing the media here, Trudeau said the agreement was signed with AstraZeneca for access to a vaccine prospect now being developed at Oxford University, CBC News reported.

Facebook will junk Trump posts for violations: COO Sandberg

Facing opposition backlash - the proroguing of parliament shuts down all parliamentary committees' business - Trudeau said he is releasing all documentation requested earlier concerning the ongoing WE Charity scandal.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to testify in ethics probe

Trudeau, who is at the center of an ethics investigation into the controversy, will testify for an hour on Thursday at 3:00 pm (1900 GMT) before the House of Commons Finance Committee. This is an exceptional move for a head of government

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

Trudeau’s mother, brother paid to speak at charity events: Report

In a response to an inquiry from CBC News, WE Charity on Thursday provided details of the speaking fees paid to both individuals for their participation at events between 2016 and 2020.

Canada suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong

"Effective immediately, Canada will not permit the export of sensitive military items to Hong Kong," CBC News quoted Trudeau as saying in a news conference on Friday.

New North American free trade deal comes into effect

In terms of auto industry, all three countries technically win with revisions made to the "rules of origin" for vehicles where the percentage of North American-made material in cars has been increased from 62.5 percent to 75 percent.

Trudeau ‘disappointed’ after China charges Canadians with spying

Asked what his government would do to secure the release of Michael Kovrig, a former diplomat, and Michael Spavor, a businessman, Trudeau told the media on Friday that Canada would continue to work "behind the scenes in very direct and firm ways"

Trudeau joins anti-racism demonstration in Ottawa

Thousands of people on Friday took to the street in downtown Ottawa to protest against racism, chanting "Black Lives Matter," "Enough is Enough," "I can't breathe," and "No Justice, No Peace."

COVID-19 pandemic still threatening Canadians’ health: Trudeau

"I want to be very clear. We're not out of the woods. The pandemic is still threatening the health and safety of Canadians," Trudeau said at a press conference on Thursday.

Canada approves first clinical trial for potential COVID-19 vaccine

At his press conference in Ottawa on Saturday, Trudeau said the Canadian Center for Vaccinology at Dalhousie University has been given the green light by Health Canada

Air Canada to lay off half its workforce

Montreal: Air Canada announced on Friday that it will lay off at least half of its staff due to the collapse of its business during...

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