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Record debts come due for struggling Canadian energy industry

The Canadian energy industry has borrowed heavily to survive a series of catastrophes and is facing $6 billion in refinancing in the next six months, the Bank of Canada said in May.

Two top Ubisoft execs leave during sexual harassment probe

Montr - Two top executives from one of the world's largest gaming companies have left the firm during an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and abuse.

Coronavirus complicates Quebec moving season

Montr - Moving house is a palaver at the best of times, but in the Canadian province of Quebec it is even more testing as the majority of leases end on the same day.

Ex-Canada PM Mulroney calls for revised relations with China

Montr - Canada must have an "urgent rethink" of its relationship with China, former prime minister Brian Mulroney said Wednesday as tensions build over the possible extradition to the United States of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

Canada warns citizens new HK law poses risk of 'arbitrary detention'

Ottawa - Canada warned its citizens in Hong Kong on Wednesday that they faced a higher risk of arbitrary detention and extradition to mainland China after Beijing imposed a new security law on the city.

Canadian detainee's wife 'disappointed' Trudeau rules out swap with China

Montr - The wife of one of two Canadians imprisoned in China said Sunday she is "disappointed" by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's refusal to consider a swap for a detained Huawei executive facing extradition to the United States.

Pandemic leads to rise in Canada fatal drug overdoses

Ottawa - A homeless Canadian with a drug addiction, Luc Laplante has lost three friends -- Dave, Emily and Pat -- to opioid overdoses in the last three months of the coronavirus pandemic.

White Canadian cop convicted of beating black teenager

Montr - A Canadian court convicted a white police officer Friday of beating a young black man in Toronto in 2016, in a highly anticipated judgment as Canada faces its own reckoning on systemic racism.

Halt extradition of Huawei exec says former Canada Supreme Court Justice

Montr - Canada's government has the authority to halt the extradition of a Huawei executive and should do so as part of efforts to secure the release of two Canadian citizens detained in China, a former Supreme Court Justice has said.

Trudeau slams 'political' detentions, after China spy charges

Ottawa - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday blasted China's detention of two Canadians for "political ends," following charges against them for spying.

US demands that China free two charged Canadians

Washington - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday demanded that China free two Canadians who were charged with spying following a row involving all three nations.

Trudeau 'disappointed' China has charged two Canadians

Ottawa - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday he was "disappointed" that China formally charged two Canadians with spying and renewed calls for their release.

China charges Canadians with spying, Ottawa 'disappointed'

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday he is "disappointed" that China has formally charged two Canadians with spying, more than 18 months after their arrest amid a row between Beijing and Ottawa.

China charges Canadians with spying, 18 months after arrest

Bejing - China has formally charged two Canadians with spying, officials said Friday, more than 18 months after they were arrested in a spat between Beijing and Ottawa.

Iran to send Ukraine jet black boxes to France 'soon': Trudeau

Ottawa - Iran has said it will "soon" send France the black boxes of a Ukrainian jetliner its forces mistakenly shot down in January, Canada's prime minister said Tuesday.

US, Canada, Mexico to keep borders shut until July 21

Ottawa - The United States has agreed to keep its borders with Mexico and Canada closed until July 21, officials said Tuesday, extending travel restrictions for a third time because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Canadians petition for removal of racist, colonial era monuments

Ottawa - Canadians have joined a global push to strip public spaces of racist and colonial symbols, calling this week for a statue of Canada's first prime minister to be taken down and the renaming of a Toronto street.

Canada border opens to foreign families of Canadians

Ottawa - Thousands of foreign nationals will be able to reunite with their families in Canada after the government in Ottawa moved Monday to exempt them from its travel ban.

Cirque du Soleil walks a tightrope through pandemic

Montr - Its shows canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an already heavily indebted Cirque du Soleil's fight for survival has invited an intense backstage battle to try to save the Canadian cultural icon.

Hong Kong protesters seek sanctuary overseas as noose tightens

Fpo - Hong Kong protester Crystal has yet to tell her parents she has fled overseas to seek asylum in Canada, one of a growing number of residents choosing self-exile as Beijing tightens control.

Bird may have caused Canada air force aerobatics plane to crash

Montr - A bird may have caused a plane from an elite Canadian air force aerobatics team to crash, resulting in the death of one team member and injury to another, the defence department said Monday.

Canada's Trudeau rejects inviting Russia to G7 summit

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday rejected Russia's participation in a coming summit of the G7 nations, despite host US President Donald Trump wanting to invite Moscow.

UN agency recommends health guidelines for airlines

Montr - Mask wearing, temperature controls, disinfection of aircraft: the International Civil Aviation Organization on Monday published a series of health recommendations for the pandemic-hit airline industry as it relaunches air travel.

Canada immigration sharply curtailed by virus: study

Montr - Canada had hoped to welcome a record wave of immigrants in 2020 but will likely take in approximately half the previously expected number of people due to the coronavirus pandemic, a study published Friday showed.

China slams 'senseless' US move at UN over Hong Kong

Bejing - China accused the US of taking the UN hostage on Friday over a controversial security law for Hong Kong and warned Western nations to stay out of its internal affairs.

Canadian court rules against Huawei exec fighting extradition

Vancouver - An executive for Chinese tech giant Huawei suffered a legal setback Wednesday when a Canadian judge ruled that proceedings to extradite her to the United States will go ahead.

Chinese in Canada a target of increased hate during pandemic

Vancouver - Vancouver resident Trixie Ling recalls her disgust and anger after a passing stranger taunted her with racial and sexual slurs in early May. Then he spat on her face.

Virus-hit Hertz declares bankruptcy in US and Canada

Washington - Global car rental company Hertz became the latest economic casualty of the coronavirus pandemic Friday, filing for bankruptcy in the US and Canada after more than a century in business.

Trudeau says China just doesn't get Canada's independent judiciary

Ottawa - Beijing's linking of its detention of two Canadians in China to the arrest of a Chinese executive in Vancouver shows it doesn't understand the meaning of an independent judiciary, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday.

Canada lays first ever terror charges in a murder linked to misogynist movement

Toronto - A 17-year-old accused of murdering a woman at a Toronto massage parlour has become the first person in Canada to be charged with terrorism over his suspected ties to the misogynist "incel" movement.
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Snow and ice forms in close proximity of the Matier Glacier above the Upper Joffre Lake, Pemberton, BC, Canada.
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Canadian striker Simeon Jackson (right) pushes the ball forward as Puerto Rican defenders close in on him
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Toronto Ontario, Canada - June 5, 2012. Located in a former Canadian Pacific Rail steam locomotive roundhouse, Steam Whistle brewery produces an average of 120,000 bottles of their Pilsner beer every day. During June and July their production will double to keep pace with demand. The company is in production 363 days of the year, only closed on Christmas and New Years day. The company produces one beer only - Pilsner - which was selected to fill a gap in the craft beer market.
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Employment in Canada as of January 2018.
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Former parliamentary secretary to Canadian prime minister and Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro was sentenced to one month in prison, followed by four months of house arrest, for breaking the law by failing to report a personal contribution of $21,000 to his campaign and knowingly submitting a falsified documents.
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Bikers near old Montreal during the Tour de l'Ile, June 2011.
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A tiger rests at the Calgary Zoo on a hot summer day.
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Bikes on show during The 2nd Vancouver Bike Show, VCC, Vancouver.
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The first bricks are laid for the multi-colored igloo.
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Wax figures of famous people populate Louis Tussaud's Waxworks in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
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Toronto Ontario, Canada - June 5, 2012. Greg Taylor, left and Cam Heaps, two of the three co-founders sit across from each other in the companies open concept office amonst their employees. The third co-founder Greg Cromwell lives in Australia. Located in a former Canadian Pacific Rail steam locomotive roundhouse, Steam Whistle brewery produces an average of 120,000 bottles of their Pilsner beer every day. During June and July their production will double to keep pace with demand.
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Weekend escape from busy city life, Stave Lake, BC, N-NW view from the lake.
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Endangered African penguin (Spheniscus demersus) at Toronto Zoo

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