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Prince Harry and Meghan now based in California: report

London - Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have permanently relocated to California amid the coronavirus pandemic, media reports said Friday.

Canada objects to US plan to post troops at border

Ottawa - Canada opposes a plan by the United States to send troops to its northern frontier to catch border jumpers who may be carrying COVID-19, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday.

Canada lawmakers pass coronavirus aid package after all-night session

Ottawa - Canadian lawmakers Wednesday morning approved a more than Can$100 billion aid package to help individuals and businesses through the pandemic, after all-night negotiations on what emergency powers to grant the minority government.

Canada-US border expected to be closed by Saturday: Trudeau

Ottawa - The Canada-US border is expected to close to non-essential travel by Saturday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.

Canada announces Can$82 bln coronavirus aid package

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Can$27 billion in direct aid Wednesday to help workers and businesses cope with the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

US to close Canada border to 'non-essential' traffic: Trump

Washington - President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced the closure of the US-Canada border to non-essential travelers as the coronavirus epidemic intensified in both countries -- but he said that trade would not be impacted.

Canada, US expected to close border to all but essential travelers: reports

Ottawa - Canada and the United States on Wednesday are expected to announce the closure of their common border to non-essential travelers, several Canadian media reported.

Canada closes border to most foreigners

Ottawa - Canada is closing its borders to most foreigners -- excluding Americans -- in a bid to stem the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday.

China allows detained Canadian ex-diplomat to call sick father

Bejing - China has allowed a former Canadian diplomat detained for allegedly gathering state secrets to speak on the phone to his ill father, the foreign ministry said Monday.

Western couple seized in Burkina Faso two years ago found in Mali

Bamako - A Canadian woman and her Italian partner kidnapped in Burkina Faso in 2018 have been found in good health in the northwest of Mali after fleeing their captors and were set to be repatriated, diplomatic and UN sources said on Saturday.

Western couple abducted in Burkina in 2018 found alive in Mali

Bamako - A Canadian woman and her Italian partner kidnapped in Burkina Faso in 2018 have been found alive in the northwest of Mali by UN peacekeepers, diplomatic and UN sources said on Saturday.

Trudeau, in quarantine, telegoverns Canada

Ottawa - His children play with Lego in their rooms, his wife spends a lot of time on the phone: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday offered a glimpse into the Canadian first family's COVID-19 quarantine while reassuring an anxious nation that he continues ...

Kate Linder's OpportuniTea for March of Dimes Canada is postponed

Kate Linder's seventh annual "OpportuniTea" event, which benefits March of Dimes Canada in Calgary has been postponed to October 4 amid Coronavirus concerns.

Canada intelligence committee warns of 'brazen' interference by China, Russia

Ottawa - A parliamentary committee on Thursday warned that China and Russia are threatening Canada's national security and democracy by stepping up "clandestine and coercive" efforts to influence politicians, students and the media.

Canada PM's wife positive for new coronavirus

Ottawa - Justin Trudeau's wife has tested positive for novel coronavirus, his office said late Thursday, while assuring the public the Canadian prime minister is fine.

Iran agrees to hand over downed jet's black boxes to Ukraine

Montr - Iran pledged Wednesday at a meeting of UN civil aviation agency to hand over black boxes from downed Flight 752 to Ukraine or France for analysis -- a move welcomed by Canada and Ukraine.

World skating championships canceled over coronavirus

Montr - The World Figure Skating Championships scheduled for Montreal next week have been canceled due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, a Quebec provincial official announced on Wednesday.

Canada introduces bill to ban gay 'conversion therapy'

Ottawa - The Canadian government on Monday announced a bill to ban so-called "conversion therapy," which tries to change the sexual orientation of young LGBT people.

Canada declares COVID-19 outbreak at a long-term care home

Canadian officials on Saturday declared an outbreak of the new coronavirus at a long-term care home in North Vancouver, British Columbia after health officials said two elderly residents were diagnosed with the illness.

Canada's Tim Hortons and The Second Cup halt use of reusable cups

Along with rival brands Starbucks and The Second Cup, Tim Hortons, Canada's leading restaurant brand has suspended the use of reusable cups over COVID-19 fears.

Canada urges Iran to give access to downed airliner's black boxes

Kiev - Iran must give access to the black boxes from a Ukrainian airliner shot down by an Iranian missile in early January, Canada's foreign minister said on Wednesday."We do expect and we demand...

Prime Minister Trudeau calls COVID-19 a 'very real' challenge

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is calling COVID-19 a "very real" challenge, adding that while the risk in Canada remains low, the federal government is monitoring the situation. Meanwhile, Ontario has updated the number of new cases of coronavirus.

Canada coronavirus update — Toronto prepares for 'local spread'

Toronto - Canada’s total number of coronavirus cases rose to at least 20 over the weekend as Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia added new cases.

Canada to no longer pay for Harry and Meghan security

Ottawa - Canada will no longer pick up the security tab for protecting Prince Harry and his wife Meghan starting in March, the office of Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said Thursday.

Indigenous protests escalate after Canada rail blockades cleared

Ottawa - Two days after police cleared an indigenous blockade of a key Canadian rail artery east of Toronto, protesters were back Wednesday lighting fires on tracks and throwing rocks at passing trains.

Freed from Pakistani jail, exiled Asia Bibi dreams of home

Paris - Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian who spent eight years on death row on blasphemy charges, spoke Tuesday of trying to make a new life in a strange country and her dreams of returning home.

Police move in to clear Canada rail blockade

Ottawa - Ontario police moved in Monday to clear indigenous protestors fighting a new pipeline who have caused major disruptions to the Canadian economy by blocking a key east-west rail artery for nearly three weeks.

Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi asks France for asylum

Paris - Asia Bibi, the Pakistani Christian woman who spent years on death row after a 2010 conviction of blasphemy, said Monday that she was seeking political asylum from the French government.

French mental health charity accuses founder of sexual abuse

Paris - An international mental health charity based in France accused its revered Canadian founder on Saturday of sexually abusing several women.

Lima Group seeks broader international support for Guaido

Ottawa - More than a dozen Latin American nations and Canada who form the Lima Group on Thursday called for broader international support for opposition leader Juan Guaido in crisis-wracked Venezuela.
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