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Shooter targets homeless people in Vancouver suburb, killing two
Canadian police confirmed that a lone suspect was shot dead on the scene.
Pope to beg forgiveness for 'evil' done to indigenous Canadians
The Pontiff will apologise to Indigenous leaders and residential school survivors. The visit marks a radical rethink of the Catholic Church’s missionary legacy, spurred on by the first pope from the Americas and the discovery of hundreds of probable graves at the school sites.
EU welcomes Canada's decision to return Russian turbine to Germany
Ukraine has criticised the move as a "dangerous" concession to Russia, which is under heavy Western sanctions.
This scientist wants you to send him dead mosquitoes in the post
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Several bottles of spirits have been buried on a barren rock in the Arctic. Here’s why.
Bringing your dog to work is good for business, this company says
One company boss said the COVID pandemic has increased tolerance for pets at work, although not everyone is convinced.
Canada joins Eurovision 2023 competition
Canada is not the first country outside of Europe to join the once specifically continental competition.
Pope apologises for 'deplorable' abuse of Canadian indigenous people
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Supersized goldfish are shocking locals in this region of Canada
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Spanish trawler sank due to engine failure, owner says
A Spanish trawler sank off the coast of Canada last week due to engine failure, the owner said. It left 21 sailors dead or missing.
Canadian police arrest two leaders of the so-called 'Freedom Convoy'
It comes as police threaten to break up the nearly three-week protest against the country’s COVID-19 restrictions.
Trudeau says protests must end, truckers brace for crackdown
Truckers have been protesting for three weeks against Canada's COVID-19 restrictions.
Search called off after Spanish trawler sinks off the coast of Canada
Rescue efforts were hampered by windy, rough seas and reduced visibility.
Canada's Trudeau invokes emergency powers to quell protests
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he has invoked emergency powers to try to quell the protests by truck drivers and others over COVID-19 restrictions.
Key US-Canada bridge reopens after police clear protesters
The crossing normally carries 25% of all trade between the two countries, and the blockade on the Canadian side had disrupted business in both countries, with automakers forced to shut down several assembly plants.
Hundreds at anti-virus rules protest in the Hague
Protesters demonstrating against COVID-19 rules marched through The Hague for a second day on Sunday, in solidarity with Canada's trucker demonstration.
Police peacefully disperses anti-covid protests at US-Canadian border
The protests at the Ambassador Bridge and elsewhere have been aimed at vaccine mandates and other coronavirus restrictions.
These five cities have the most eco-friendly hotels in the world
If you’re worried about the impact of your travelling, know that these hotels are the most sustainable in the world.
Kotsenburg impresses in Wyoming as snowboarding tour kicks off
The 2022 snowboarding Natural Selection Tour is underway at Jackson Hole, Wyoming the first days saw incredible talent on display, with US Olympic gold winner nabbing a win.
Do COVID vaccine mandates work? Early studies suggest they do
As Austria mandates COVID vaccines and Germany debates following suit, the early research suggests that announcing a vaccine mandate can boost the number of people getting the jabs.
As temperatures rise, so does anxiety, new research finds
Brand new research finds the immediate difference between people’s climate anxiety before and after experiencing the sudden heat wave in Canada last summer.
COVID-19: Quebec introduces new restrictions for the unvaccinated
From now on, liquor and cannabis stores are only accessible to people who are vaccinated against COVID-19.
Canadians take icy bath in Toronto lake
Two Canadians take a bath in the icy waters of Ontario Lake, in Toronto, with a morning temperature of -20°C.
Iran should pay victims over 2020 plane downing, says Canadian court
The court awarded more than €74 million in damages to the families of six of the victims, but it remains unclear how they will receive compensation from Tehran.
'Dallas Buyers Club' director Jean-Marc Vallée dead at 58
Vallée was well known for his improvisational style and giving the actors the space to play freely and improvise across scenes.
Uber now lets you order cannabis in Canada
Uber, which also delivers alcohol through its Eats app, has had its eyes for some time on Canada’ growing cannabis market.