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G7 ministers meet against backdrop of Russia stand-off

Toronto - The foreign ministers of the Group of Seven industrialized nations were gathered in Toronto on Sunday seeking a common front against what they see as provocation from Vladimir Putin's Russia.

Canada recall of diplomat families over mystery illness 'unjustified': Cuba

Havana - Cuba said Wednesday it saw no justification for Canada's decision to recall the families of its diplomatic staff on the island following a probe into an as-yet unexplained illness affecting US and Canadian envoys.

Google pledges major STEM investment

Kitchener - Google is to investment over $2 million into one of Canada’s emerging super-cluster technology areas. The focus will be on developing STEM projects and skills. Part of the funding is demarcated for youth projects.

Quebec wary of bitcoin gold rush

Saint-hyacinthe - At the site of a former cocoa factory in Canada's Quebec province, tiny holes punctured in the walls of a warehouse allow fresh air to cool thousands of whirring processors connected by a tangle of wires.

Elevate grows up — What's next for Canada’s tech week?

The Elevate Tech festival is only one year old, but after watching this week’s launch event at Shopify’s Toronto HQ, it appears that Canada’s largest tech festival has grown by leaps and bounds.

Macron, Trudeau deepen 'bromance' in Paris

Paris - French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed their common vision and the strength of their personal friendship as they met in Paris on Monday.

Trudeau: New legislation will 'make Trans Mountain happen'

Ottawa - The meeting is over and as expected, no one had a change of heart over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. So Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is taking a tough stance to ensure the pipeline will be built.

Canada's Trudeau defends controversial pipeline project

Paris - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday defended his government's backing of a controversial pipeline project, saying the world could not afford to choose between the environment and the economy.

Connection Silicon Valley: Putting Canada on the world stage

Joanne Fedeyko, CEO of Connection Silicon Valley, is serious about putting Canada on the map when it comes to innovation.

Canada rejects UN request to hasten Mali deployment

Ottawa - Canada is still "several months" away from deploying peacekeepers to Mali in support of a UN mission, an official said Thursday, rejecting a UN envoy's call to accelerate its plans.

NAFTA talks progressing but no hurry to finish, Trump says

Washington - President Donald Trump said Thursday that talks with Mexico and Canada on revamping the 24-year-old trade pact are progressing but there is no deadline for completion.

Lying eyes: Google engineer developing tool to spot fake video

Vancouver - In an era replete with fake news stories, you might expect video evidence to provide a clearer picture of the truth.

New charge in Canada serial killer probe, cold cases reopened

Ottawa - A Canadian landscape gardener accused of serial killings targeting Toronto's gay community was charged Wednesday with a seventh murder, as police reopened 15 cold homicide cases dating back decades in search of links.

Fuelled announces agreement with major energy companies

Calgary - Calgary-based Fuelled Inc announced on Tuesday agreements with Encana and Obsidian Energy to act as the primary sales agent for both companies' surplus oil and gas equipment. Fuelled also announced the launch of Fuelled Certified.

Coroner misidentifies Canada hockey crash victims

Humboldt - The coroner's office said Monday it misidentified two of the victims of a truck-bus crash that killed 15 hockey players and others and plunged Canada into shock and grief.

Humboldt comes together with prayers and donations after bus disaster

Humboldt - Rarely have the dozen Catholic and Protestant churches in the small Canadian town of Humboldt seen crowds as large as they did this Sunday.

Spread of fluted-point technology in Canada's Ice-Free Corridor

Careful examination of numerous fluted spear points found in Alaska and western Canada prove that the Ice Age peopling of the Americas was much more complex than previously believed, according to a study done by two Texas A&M University researchers.

Canada mourns 15 killed in hockey bus crash

Montr - A shocked Canada was in mourning Saturday after a bus carrying a junior ice hockey team collided with a semi-trailer truck in Saskatchewan province, killing 15 people.

Canada shaken as 14 killed in hockey bus crash

Montr - Hockey-mad Canada was in mourning on Saturday after a bus carrying a junior ice hockey team collided with a semi-trailer truck in Saskatchewan province, killing 14 people.

NAFTA talks making progress, Canada's Freeland says

Washington - Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said Friday officials were making progress in intensive talks to revamp the 24-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement with the United States and Mexico.

NAFTA talks making progress, Canada's Freeland says

Washington - Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said Friday officials were making progress in intensive talks to revamp the 24-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement with the United States and Mexico.

Shares of Canadian pot stocks skyrocket — raising bubble fears

As Canada moves closer to legalizing recreational marijuana later this year, licensed pot companies are experiencing a boom in the stock market. Critics say the pot industry is overvalued and the bubble may end up bursting.

Trudeau sees high chance of NAFTA deal with US, Mexico

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau signalled Thursday he saw a strong chance of reaching a deal with the US and Mexico to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement.

NATO does not want new arms race: secretary general

Ottawa - NATO does not want a new arms race with Russia, the alliance's secretary general said Wednesday amid heightened tensions following an ex-spy's poisoning in England.

Movies draw record $41bn at box office in 2017: MPAA

Los Angeles - The global box office took a record $40.6 billion last year, industry figures showed on Wednesday, as the Chinese market resumed growth and receipts in North America declined slightly.

Trump tightens screws to reach a NAFTA deal

Washington - President Donald Trump is ratcheting up pressure on Canada and Mexico to reach a new trade deal at time when uncertainties about cross-border commerce are weighing on Wall Street.

Canada should take in Rohingya refugees: special envoy

Ottawa - Canada should take in Rohingya refugees and press other nations to do the same, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's special envoy to Myanmar said Tuesday.

Canadian dollar, Mexican peso rally on hopes of early NAFTA deal

The White House wants to reveal a preliminary NAFTA framework by mid-April. The loonie was up 0.91% versus the dollar Tuesday morning, and the peso advanced 0.25%.

Canada to invest $15 million investment in top AI entrepreneurs

Toronto - Ontario's 2018 budget includes an investment of $15 million over three years in NextAI, a NEXT Canada program that brings together AI entrepreneurs.

Humans walked on a Pacific coast Canadian beach 13,000 years ago

Vancouver - In 2014, archaeologists digging in the sands of Calvert Island, British Columbia, made an unexpected discovery: a single footprint pressed into the clay below the surface. Subsequent excavations turned up 28 more footprints, the oldest in North America.
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