Canada apologises for 'great injustice' to Indians in 1914

Former prime minister Stephen Harper did apologise for the incident at a public event in British Columbia in 2008, but the Sikh-Canadians were demanding a formal statement in the Parliament.

Economy, security woes dent popularity of Canadaian PM Justin Trudeau

Economy, security woes dent popularity of Canadaian PM Justin Trudeau

One hundred days after Justin Trudeau `s Liberal government was sworn in, the still-popular Canadian prime minister faces mounting criticism, against the backdrop of a floundering economy and terror fears.

Dr Subhash Chandra to receive Canada India Foundation (CIF) Chanchlani Global Indian Award

Dr Subhash Chandra to receive Canada India Foundation (CIF) Chanchlani Global Indian Award

Dr Subhash Chandra will receive the award in Toronto on April 22, 2016.

Canada to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by end of February

Canada's commitment reflects the change in government after last month's election.

Justin Trudeau wins Canada general elections in a landslide victory

Justin Trudeau wins Canada general elections in a landslide victory

Mr Trudeau was elected Liberal leader only two years ago, coming after two past leaders failed to unseat Harper in 2008 and 2011.

Canadian election could see Trudeau's son become PM

Canadian voters cast their ballots today to decide whether to extend Conservative leader Stephen Harper's near-decade in power or return Canada to its more liberal roots.

Canada PM Stephen Harper denies delaying Syrians resettlement

Canada PM Stephen Harper denies delaying Syrians resettlement

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper rejected Thursday a report accusing his office of holding up the resettlement of Syrian refugees, less than two weeks before legislative elections.

Canada`s Harper defends air strikes targeting Islamic State group

Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper in an election debate Monday defended Canadian air strikes against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria, while his political rivals called for a pullback.

Niqab ban is hot button issue in Canada election debate

Prime Minister Stephen Harper sought to win over the key French-Canadian vote in an election debate Thursday with a firm defense of a popular niqab ban that split his rivals.

Court rejects ban on Muslim veil at Canadian citizenship ceremonies

An appeals court rejected the Canadian government`s ban on face coverings worn by some Muslims during citizenship ceremonies, the Canadian Press reported on Tuesday.

Anti-ISIS coalition falling short, says Canada PM

Canada`s Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Monday the US-led coalition`s campaign against Islamic State was not doing as well as had been hoped in Syria and parts of Iraq.

Canada`s Harper a no-show at Montreal`s gay pride parade

Huge crowds attended Sunday`s gay pride parade in Montreal, including several candidates in the upcoming general elections, though Prime Minister Stephen Harper was conspicuously absent.

PM Harper admits Canada may be in recession in election debate

The leaders of Canada's four political parties have faced off in the first debate before a federal election in October, with Prime Minister Stephen Harper fending off attacks in the first three way race in Canadian history.

Canada set for election amid concern over economy and security

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Sunday called general elections for October 19, kicking off a campaign for a fourth straight term in power amid a sluggish economy.

 

Canada, Ukraine announce `milestone` free trade agreement

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper formally announced a "milestone" free trade agreement Tuesday with Ukraine, as its Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk visited Ottawa.

Canada PM`s former parliamentary secretary jailed

A former Canadian MP and parliamentary secretary to Prime Minister Stephen Harper was sentenced Thursday to a month in prison for election overspending and falsifying records to try to cover it up.

Senate sex scandal latest headache for Canada PM

Senate sex scandal latest headache for Canada PM

One lawmaker, a clergyman aged 50, allegedly had sex with a teenage girl. Another is on trial for fraud. Dozens are accused of padding their expense accounts.

Canadian PM Harper, Pope Francis discuss school abuse scandal

Prime Minister Stephen Harper during a meeting with Pope Francis today discussed decades of abuse suffered by aboriginal children at Catholic boarding schools in Canada, a government statement said.

Canada posts first budget surplus since Great Recession

Canada posted its first budget surplus since the global economic downturn on Tuesday, lifting the re-election hopes of Prime Minister Stephen Harper`s Tories in six months.

PM Modi's visit to Canada generated business worth 1.6 billion Canadian dollars

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Canada has generated business worth more than 1.6 billion Canadian dollars, according to official figures released by the Harper government here.