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  • Canadian think tank says Pakistan behind Khalistan groups, Justin Trudeau’s government not acting due to domestic pressure Sep 11, 2020 09:27 AM IST

    Canadian think tank says Pakistan behind Khalistan groups, Justin Trudeau’s government not acting due to domestic pressure

    The think tank's report suggests that Sikh separatism does not enjoy support among Indian Sikhs and the sentiment is also limited to just a small section of the community overseas.

  • Canada researchers investigating acai berry to fight coronavirus Sep 01, 2020 05:04 PM IST

    Canada researchers investigating acai berry to fight coronavirus

    Canadian researchers said Monday they are investigating a popular superfood -- the acai berry -- as a treatment to prevent Covid-19's most severe symptoms.

  • Canada finance minister Bill Morneau resigns amid friction with Justin Trudeau and charity scandal Aug 18, 2020 12:29 PM IST

    Canada finance minister Bill Morneau resigns amid friction with Justin Trudeau and charity scandal

    Bill Morneau said he would not run for parliament again and would instead seek to become the next secretary general of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

  • Oracle in talks to buy TikTok's US operations: Report Aug 18, 2020 10:08 AM IST

    Oracle in talks to buy TikTok's US operations: Report

    US President Donald Trump recently ordered ByteDance to divest the US operations of the video app within 90 days

  • Canada refuses to release emails with US over Huawei executive's arrest Aug 18, 2020 08:51 AM IST

    Canada refuses to release emails with US over Huawei executive's arrest

    Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was arrested in December 2018 on a US warrant charging her with bank fraud for allegedly misleading HSBC about Huawei's business dealings in Iran.

  • Arctic warming: Canada's last fully intact ice shelf collapses Aug 07, 2020 05:18 PM IST

    Arctic warming: Canada's last fully intact ice shelf collapses

    Researchers at the Canadian Ice Service said on August 3 that a huge section of the Milne ice shelf collapsed into the Arctic Ocean, producing an 'ice island' with an area of roughly 79 sq km

  • UK, US, Canada accuse Russia of hacking coronavirus vaccine trials Jul 16, 2020 07:31 PM IST

    UK, US, Canada accuse Russia of hacking coronavirus vaccine trials

    The three nations alleged on Thursday that hacking group APT29, also known as Cozy Bear and said to be part of the Russian intelligence service, is attacking academic and pharmaceutical research institutions involved in coronavirus vaccine development.

  • US visa ban | Is Canada really the next destination for thousands of Indian techies after the US? Jul 12, 2020 02:09 PM IST

    US visa ban | Is Canada really the next destination for thousands of Indian techies after the US?

    For, though the interest in the country is increasing at present, lack of skilled jobs in tech and vibrant tech ecosystem the US are missing

  • India in talks with US, Canada, European and Gulf countries on establishing air travel bubbles, says AAI Jul 02, 2020 08:13 PM IST

    India in talks with US, Canada, European and Gulf countries on establishing air travel bubbles, says AAI

    Scheduled international passenger flights remain suspended in India since March 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Canadian provinces and their plans to reopen schools amid COVID-19 Jun 20, 2020 03:10 PM IST

    Canadian provinces and their plans to reopen schools amid COVID-19

    The majority of Canadian schools closed in March amid the coronavirus pandemic. Most provinces have said in-person classes will not return this school year and are working on screening and social distancing guidelines for next term.

  • Canada spy agency warned of 'shock waves' from arrest of Huawei founder's daughter Jun 13, 2020 01:35 PM IST

    Canada spy agency warned of 'shock waves' from arrest of Huawei founder's daughter

    Released on Friday, the documents show the involvement of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) in the December 2018 arrest of Meng Wanzhou, which soured diplomatic ties between Ottawa and Beijing.

  • Canada, US set to extend border closure to end-July: Sources Jun 10, 2020 08:05 AM IST

    Canada, US set to extend border closure to end-July: Sources

    Washington and Ottawa introduced month-long restrictions in March and renewed them in April and May. The ban, currently due to expire on June 21, does not affect trade.

  • Coronavirus impact: Bombardier to cut 2,500 aviation jobs as COVID-19 hurts sales Jun 05, 2020 04:00 PM IST

    Coronavirus impact: Bombardier to cut 2,500 aviation jobs as COVID-19 hurts sales

    "Now with business jet deliveries, industry-wide, forecasted to be down approximately 30 percent year-over-year due to the pandemic, Bombardier must adjust its operations and workforce to ensure that it emerges from the current crisis on solid footing," the company said in a statement.

  • Canada GDP in April fell a record 11% as COVID-19 shutters economy May 29, 2020 08:37 PM IST

    Canada GDP in April fell a record 11% as COVID-19 shutters economy

    Gross domestic product in March fell by 7.2 percent from February, the most severe month-on-month plunge ever, although the decline was less than the 9 percent predicted by analysts. Statscan said the March and April decreases were likely the largest-ever consecutive monthly declines.

  • China asks Western nations to stay out of its internal matters in Hong Kong May 29, 2020 07:30 PM IST

    China asks Western nations to stay out of its internal matters in Hong Kong

    China's parliament on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a new controversial security law for Hong Kong, a move that critics say threatens the fundamental political freedoms and civil liberties in the semi-autonomous territory, also a major global trading hub.

  • UK, US, Australia and Canada scold China over Hong Kong law May 28, 2020 08:25 PM IST

    UK, US, Australia and Canada scold China over Hong Kong law

    China's parliament approved a decision to go forward with national security legislation for Hong Kong that democracy activists in the city and Western countries fear could erode its freedoms and jeopardise its role as a global financial hub.

  • 'Significant' health questions remain about in-person G7 meeting: Canada PM Justin Trudeau May 27, 2020 10:10 PM IST

    'Significant' health questions remain about in-person G7 meeting: Canada PM Justin Trudeau

    Trump in March cancelled the Group of Seven leaders meeting scheduled for June 10 as the coronavirus outbreak was spreading around the world and international travel was curtailed.

  • US extends travel restrictions at Canada, Mexico land borders May 20, 2020 08:20 AM IST

    US extends travel restrictions at Canada, Mexico land borders

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said the land-border restrictions, first imposed in mid-March and previously set to expire on Wednesday, would now be extended until June 22 for both Canada and Mexico.

  • Johnson & Johnson to stop selling talc-based baby powder in US and Canada May 20, 2020 07:01 AM IST

    Johnson & Johnson to stop selling talc-based baby powder in US and Canada

    The U.S. healthcare conglomerate said it would wind down sales of the product, which makes up about 0.5% of its U.S. consumer health business, in the coming months, but that retailers will continue to sell existing inventory.

  • Canada, US agree to 30-day extension of ban on non-essential travel: PM Trudeau May 19, 2020 10:32 PM IST

    Canada, US agree to 30-day extension of ban on non-essential travel: PM Trudeau

    Trudeau made the announcement in remarks to reporters.

  • World has changed even if pandemic ends, vaccine found: Canada PM Justin Trudeau May 15, 2020 08:10 AM IST

    World has changed even if pandemic ends, vaccine found: Canada PM Justin Trudeau

    Trudeau unveiled new measures to support hard hit sectors, including C$470 million ($334 million) for fisheries, and the partial reopening of some national parks.

  • Chinese coronavirus vaccine could be tested, manufactured in Canada May 13, 2020 09:36 AM IST

    Chinese coronavirus vaccine could be tested, manufactured in Canada

    The NRC said it would scale up a production process for CanSino's vaccine at a government facility in Montreal, and that CanSino was preparing a trial application for drug regulator Health Canada.

  • World's biggest wealth fund blacklists 4 Canadian firms for greenhouse emissions May 13, 2020 08:22 AM IST

    World's biggest wealth fund blacklists 4 Canadian firms for greenhouse emissions

    The decision was based on recommendations from the Council on Ethics, the fund's ethics watchdog, because of the companies' carbon emissions from the production of oil to oil sands

  • Chinese coronavirus vaccine could be tested, manufactured in Canada May 12, 2020 09:48 PM IST

    Chinese coronavirus vaccine could be tested, manufactured in Canada

    The NRC said it would scale up a production process for CanSino's vaccine candidate at a government facility in Montreal, and that CanSino was preparing a clinical trial application for Health Canada, the country's drug regulator.

  • Canada loses 2 million jobs in April, unemployment rate surges to 13% May 08, 2020 11:05 PM IST

    Canada loses 2 million jobs in April, unemployment rate surges to 13%

    Canada lost a record-breaking 2 million jobs in April while the unemployment rate surged to a near-high 13 percent, official data showed on Friday, showing how much damage coronavirus-related shutdowns have done to the economy.

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