Canada's Trudeau 'sorry' over controversial charity contract
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Monday for not recusing himself from discussions about a government contract to a charity that had paid his family large sums of money for speaking appearances.
China warns Canada of 'consequences' over Hong Kong interference
China warned Canada on Monday that it would retaliate over Ottawa's response to a new national security law in Hong Kong, threatening to sink their troubled diplomatic relations
Defense alleges abuse of process in Canada arrest of Huawei exec
Lawyers for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on Monday accused Canadian police and border agents, in collusion with the FBI, of abuse of process in her arrest on a US warrant.
'Burn down racism': global protests spread over George Floyd's death
Taking a knee, banging drums and ignoring social distancing measures, outraged protesters from Sydney to London on Saturday kicked off a weekend of global rallies
Airboy's 'Dance' video challenge goes international, gets nod from DJ Waxxy in Canada
Airboy appears to be on top of his game for good. The Nigerian artiste who currently resides in South Africa released his Amapiano 'Dance' single just a week ago, which from every indication is being accepted internationally. One of the early embracers of Airboy's Amapiano 'Dance' song across the continent is Nigeria's veteran Disc Jockey,…
Trump puts G7 summit proposal to Putin
US President Donald Trump on Monday proposed his plan to include Russia in an expanded G7 summit in a phone call with President Vladimir Putin
Designer David Kollar sets up luxury clothing line
Young designer, David Kollar is the very embodiment of the phrase “pull yourself up by your bootstraps.” The prolific young entrepreneur started his journey into fashion with just $500 and an incredible drive. Kollar moved to Canada at the young age of seven alongside his sister and mother who sewed in their basement for clothing…
Canada court decision could end 'Huawei Princess' extradition saga
A Canadian judge will deliver a key decision Wednesday on the extradition of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou that could set her free and help repair Canada-China relations.
Canada cancels evacuation by Nigerian airline over safety concerns
The Nigeria High Commission in Canada has disclosed that the denial of landing rights to indigenous carrier, Air Peace, for the evacuation of stranded Nigerians in Canada was due to safety concerns.