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Canadian brewer apologizes for naming beer 'pubic hair' in Maori

Montr - A Canadian brewery has apologized for naming one of its beers after the Maori term for "pubic hair", and not "feather" as it had intended, CBC reported.

Canada hits back with $3.6B in countermeasures to Trump's tariffs

Canada's government will spend the next month consulting with Canadians about which U.S. metals products to target with retaliatory tariffs as a new trade dispute flares up, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said Friday.

Canada to slap Can$3.6 bln counter-tariffs on US aluminum

Ottawa - Ottawa will hit American aluminum products with Can$3.6 billion (US$2.7 billion) in counter-tariffs, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said Friday, in response to "absurd" US levies announced on Canadian goods.

China sentences another Canadian to death on drug charges

Bejing - China sentenced another Canadian to death on drugs charges Friday, the second in two days to be handed the punishment, as tensions soar between Beijing and Ottawa.

Trump reimposes 10% tariff on Canadian aluminum

Clyde - President Donald Trump on Thursday announced he had ordered a 10 percent tariff on Canadian aluminum be reimposed, saying America's key trading partner was flooding the US market with the metal.

China sentences Canadian to death over drug charge

Bejing - A Chinese court sentenced a Canadian national to death on Thursday in a ruling that could further inflame tensions between China and Canada.

Trump reimposes 10% tariff on Canadian aluminum

Clyde - President Donald Trump on Thursday announced he had ordered a 10 percent tariff on Canadian aluminum be reimposed, saying America's key trading partner was flooding the US market with the metal.

Dinosaurs got cancer too, say scientists

Ottawa - Dinosaurs loom in the imagination as forces of nature, but a new study that identifies the first known case of cancer in the creatures shows they suffered from the debilitating disease too.

Trudeau denies conflicts in ethics scandal

Ottawa - In highly-anticipated testimony to Parliament on Thursday Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denied any conflict of interest in awarding a lucrative government contract to an organization that had previously paid members of his family.

China halts HK extradition treaties with Canada, Australia, UK

Bejing - China announced the suspension Tuesday of Hong Kong's extradition treaties with Canada, Australia and Britain in a tit-for-tat move following similar decisions by those countries over a controversial new security law.

USA vs Huawei 'Princess': new phase in high-stakes court case

Shanghai - Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has accused Donald Trump of "poisoning" her chances of a fair trial, according to newly filed documents that outline her emerging strategy in fighting US fraud charges.

'Preliminary analysis' of Ukraine jetliner's black boxes complete

Montr - An international investigation team has completed a preliminary analysis of data from the black boxes of a Ukrainian passenger plane mistakenly shot down by Iran in January, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada said Thursday.

Canada beginning to see a surge in coronavirus cases

As Canadians prepare for a gradual reopening from the coronavirus lockdown, this past weekend has revealed some disturbing news - There has been an uptick in new coronavirus cases in several provinces, reminding us that another surge in cases is possible.

US announces borders with Mexico, Canada to stay shut to August 20

Washington - US Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad Wolf announced Thursday that borders with Mexico and Canada would remained shut to most travel to stem to spread of the coronavirus for another month to August 20.

Canada's Conservatives call on Trudeau to testify over charity

Montr - Canada's Conservative opposition party said Sunday it would call Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to testify before a parliamentary committee over a government contract awarded to a charity that had paid his family large sums of money.

Canada's Cliffs of Fundy, Bonavista Peninsula given UNESCO status

Two sites in Atlantic Canada, the Cliffs of Fundy, and Bonavista Peninsula, have been recognized as new UNESCO Global Geoparks, a designation that recognizes sites and landscapes of international geological significance.

Mexico asks Canada to arrest, extradite ex-investigator

Mexico - Mexico is to seek the arrest and extradition from Canada of the former chief investigator in the murky disappearance of 43 students in 2014, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said Friday.

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.
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