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Fearing a worsening climate of xenophobia in the wake of a divisive presidential campaign, refugees in the United States are flocking to Canada in growing numbers.
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Hundreds of anti-free trade protesters took to the streets of Strasbourg on Wednesday as MEPs voted to back an EU-Canada free trade deal.
By Amira Elghawaby, National Council of Canadian Muslims It has been a difficult couple of weeks. Just as we have had to come to grips with the
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the day’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
US President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have pledged to strengthen economic ties between their countries following talks at the White…
US president Donald Trump and Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau have vowed to strengthen economic ties between both countries.
Billed as a delicate diplomatic mission, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Washington earlier on Monday for his first talks with President Donald…
The Belgian region of Wallonia garnered international attention last year.
A police officer in Ontario, Canada, responded to a call concerning a ‘fight’ on February 6, but it actually turned out to be a local dance crew recording a video.
A herd of bison are relocated to Canada’s Banff National Park in an effort to reintroduce the animals into the area.
There were emotional scenes in Algeria on Saturday as the bodies of two men killed in a shooting rampage at a Canadian mosque were repatriated.
Swiss plane heading to Los Angeles forced to divert after one engine shuts down
The man charged with shooting six worshippers dead in a Quebec City mosque has been named as Alexandre Bissonnette. Who is Bissonnette?
A French-Canadian student has appeared in court charged with murder. He is said to have developed far-right views.
The 27-year-old is also charged with 5 counts of attempted murder in relation to a shooting at a mosque in the city of Québec that killed at least six people and injured 17.
At least six people were killed when shots were fired at worshippers during Sunday night prayers in a mosque in Quebec. A man is being held in custody.
Six died and eight were wounded when gunmen opened fire on worshippers at a mosque in Canada's Quebec province.
On President Trump's protectionist rhetoric Canada's PM Justin Trudeau says he'll emphasise the strong trade ties between the two countries.
Canada has given a thumbs up to President Donald Trumps decision to advance the construction of two controversial oil pipelines.
Not one to shy away from a challenge, US President Donald Trump has signed executive orders to accelerate two controversial pipeline projects.