Trudeau kneels along with protestors demanding justice for George Floyd

Ottawa [Canada], June 6 (ANI) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday (local time) kneeled to show support to the thousands of peaceful protestors demanding...

City councillor joins growing call to defund police

Ottawa (Canada), June 6: An Ottawa city councillor is calling for a rethink of the police budget in the wake of widespread protests sparked by...

Racism is a serious public health issue, says Etches

Ottawa (Canada), June 6: Ottawa's medical officer of health made sure to speak with reporters earlier than usual on Friday so that she and others...

Man in violent Nunavut arrest video wants officer charged

Ottawa (Canada), June 6: The federal Indigenous Services minister said he's "outraged" and "pissed" by the continuing pattern of police violence against Indigenous people in...

Trudeau takes a knee at anti-racism rally

Ottawa (Canada), June 6: Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has taken part in an anti-racism demonstration amid worldwide protests over the death of a black...

Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale - the man who dishonoured the Sikh Faith

Amritsar [Punjab], June 5 (ANI): Human memory is short but falsehood factories continue to proliferate across the world today- 36 years after Indian Army launched...

Swimming at Ottawa beaches to resume in July

Ottawa (Canada), June 5: The City of Ottawa says swimmers should be allowed back in the water at its five beaches early next month, despite...

Journalist Andy Ngo files lawsuit against Antifa group in Oregon following 2019...

Oregon (USA) June 5: Journalist Andy Ngo has filed a lawsuit against Rose City Antifa following 2019 assaults carried out against him by the group...

Gatineau considers lifting ban on alcohol in parks

Ottawa (Canada), June 4: The City of Gatineau is considering making it legal to consume alcohol in public parks.

Virtual citizenship ceremonies coming for new Canadians whose dreams were crushed by...

Ottawa (Canada), June 4: Citizenship tests and ceremonies have been cancelled for more than two months because of the global pandemic - but newcomers could...

Trudeau government to spend more than $88M on COVID-19 ads

Ottawa (Canada), June 4: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is planning to spend more than $88 million to get its message out on everything from...

George Floyd death: Thousands join anti-racism march in London

London (UK) June 4: Thousands of people have taken to the streets of the British capital on Wednesday to protest the US police killing of...

Possible suspect identified in Madeleine McCann case

London (UK) June 4: Scotland Yard is looking into a 43-year-old German man in connection with the case of Madeleine McCann, who disappeared at age...

Ontario extends state of emergency until June 30 after it reports 446...

Toronto (Canada) June 3: The Ontario legislature voted on Tuesday to extend the state of emergency until June 30.

Spike in overdose deaths prompts medical officer to call for federal, provincial...

Toronto (Canada) June 3: Amid a spike in suspected opioid overdose deaths in April, Toronto's board of health is expected to call on the federal...

2 thunderstorms track across GTA, bringing lightning, rain, hail

Toronto (Canada) June 3: Two separate thunderstorms tracked across the Greater Toronto Area on Tuesday night, bringing lightning, lots of rain and some hail, Environment...

Over 7000 non Covid-19 patients assisted in Srinagar to avail free dialysis,...

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], June 3 (ANI): The District Administration in Srinagar has assisted over 7000 non-Covid health emergencies and ailment cases, with assistance...

Internal documents show CBSA scenarios to decide who gets across the border...

Ottawa (Canada) June 3: Internal documents obtained by CBC/Radio-Canada give insight into how Canadian border officials are deciding who to let into the country -...

Doctor linked to Campbellton COVID-19 cluster says he made 'an error in...

Ottawa (Canada) June 3: The doctor at the centre of a COVID-19 outbreak in the Campbellton, N.B., area says he's not sure whether he picked...

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to lowest number since public health...

British Columbia (Canada) June 3: A major COVID-19 outbreak that led to the infection of 10 health-care workers in an intensive care unit at Abbotsford...

Kelowna Mountie under investigation after video surfaces of violent arrest

British Columbia (Canada) June 3: Kelowna RCMP have launched an internal investigation into the actions of an officer seen during a brief video repeatedly punching...

Trump or no Trump, Canada's relationship with the U.S. isn't going back...

Ottawa (Canada) June 3: For 21 seconds on Tuesday morning, Justin Trudeau said nothing. Between the end of a reporter's question about Donald Trump and...

Doug Ford says Canada doesn't have same 'systemic, deep roots' of racism...

Ottawa (Canada) June 3: Ontario Premier Doug Ford says Canada doesn't have the "systemic, deep roots" of racism that the United States does.

Ottawa to become 1st Canadian city to make masks 'mandatory' on transit

Ottawa (Canada), June 2: Ottawa will become the first city in Canada to officially require passengers and staff on its public transit system to wear...

B.C. bans commercial landlords who forgo federal rent relief from evicting tenants

British Columbia (Canada), June 2: Landlords in B.C. who are eligible for emergency federal rent relief and choose not to apply will not be able...

Security footage retrieved from highrise where Toronto woman fell to her death

Toronto (Canada), June 2: Ontario's police watchdog says it has reviewed security camera footage and interviewed the officers who were at the Toronto highrise where...

Ex-ministers, ambassadors call on Trudeau to push back against Israeli annexation plan

Ottawa (Canada), June 2: Four Chretien-era cabinet ministers are among 58 former Canadian diplomats and politicians who added their names to a letter calling on...