Sunday, 28th November 2021
Breaking News:


3 Jul
The Canadian military was on standby Saturday to help evacuate towns and fight more than 170 wildfires fueled by a record-smashing heat wave and tinder-dry conditions as the government in Ottawa warned of a "long and challenging summer" ahead.
2 Jul
Dozens of fires raged across western Canada and California on Friday with little relief expected from a deadly heat wave that has seen temperatures hit record highs.
30 Jun
Millions of people in western Canada and the northwestern United States were under heat alerts Wednesday as the region baked in record-breaking temperatures and police reported scores of deaths likely linked to the scorching conditions.
29 Jun
At least 34 people in the Vancouver area have died suddenly in a record-smashing heatwave engulfing western Canada and parts of the US Pacific Northwest, police said Tuesday.
29 Jun
All new cars and light-duty trucks in Canada will be required to be zero-emissions by 2035, Transport Minister Omar Alghabra announced Tuesday, moving up the timeline for eliminating vehicle pollution.
25 Jun
More than 750 unmarked graves have been found near a former Catholic boarding school for indigenous children in western Canada, a tribal leader said Thursday -- the second such shock discovery in less than a month.
24 Jun
The minority government of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau survived a parliamentary vote of no confidence Wednesday in a face-off over the proposed budget, eliminating the possibility of early elections this summer.
24 Jun
The Canadian government, yesterday, disclosed that it had approved the sum of $26.95 million in its new humanitarian assistance funding to help meet the basic needs of conflict-affected populations
13 Jun
Several hundred people gathered in London, Ontario on Saturday to pay homage to a Muslim family mowed down by the driver of a pick-up truck
2 Jun
Canada's indigenous services minister said Wednesday it is "shameful" that the Pope has never formally apologized for abuses at the country's Catholic-run indigenous residential schools
31 May
Two people died in an avalanche Sunday in the Canadian Rockies in Alberta province, police said.
13 May
The Lagos State Government has placed the United States, Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Togo, South Africa, Canada, France, Germany, Uganda, the Netherland, Cameroun, Angola and Rwanda on its watch list...


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