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Junior Hockey World Cup: India thwart minnows Canada 4-0 in opener

Junior Hockey World Cup: India thwart minnows Canada 4-0 in opener

Led through a 35th minute strike by Mandeep Singh, Indians dominated from the start pushing the visitors to the edge.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau to visit Cuba, Argentina

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau to visit Cuba, Argentina

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit Cuba and Argentina next week in a bid to strengthen ties and boost trade, the government announced Tuesday.

Canada sets 300,000 annual immigration target

The figure, which is in line with this year's unusually high intake number, however, falls far short of expectations after a report last week proposed a 50 per cent increase to 450,000 immigrants annually.

With CETA signed, Canada trade opponents shift focus to TPP

Unifor urged lawmakers to vote against ratifying the TPP deal between 12 Asia-Pacific countries.

Belgium drama over, EU and Canada to sign trade deal

The Canadian premier wrote back on Twitter: "Great news and I'm looking forward to being there".

Ontario to declare month of October as Hindu Heritage Month

Ontario to declare month of October as Hindu Heritage Month

Introducing the bill in the Ontario assembly here, Joe Dickson, who is a Member of the Provincial Parliament (MPP), said that by proclaiming the month of October as Hindu Heritage Month, Ontario will recognise the "important contributions that Hindu Canadians have made to Ontario`s social, economic, religious, political and cultural fabric."

Old blood as good as new for patient survival: Study

Old blood as good as new for patient survival: Study

Using the freshest blood for transfusion may not necessarily improve patients survival rates, Canadian researchers have found.

Belgium blocks key EU trade deal with Canada

Belgium blocks key EU trade deal with Canada

The deal has been suspended because of objections from one of its regions, Wallonia, BBC reported.

CBI seeks info on person from Canada who hired Indian hacker

The CBI has asked Canada to give details of a user of Hushmail, a Vancouver-based encrypted e-mail service provider, who had allegedly hired a Pune-based hacker to break into e-mail accounts.

Canada blasts 'incapable' EU as trade talks fail

Canada blasts 'incapable' EU as trade talks fail

The barb from an emotional Chrystia Freeland, the Canadian trade minister, fed into warnings by EU leaders that the 28-nation bloc may now never be able to land any other deals including one with the United States.

Air India bribe case: CBI seeks to examine Canadian national

Air India bribe case: CBI seeks to examine Canadian national

CBI sources said the agency has registered the case and dispatched Letters Rogatory, judicial requests to facilitate provision of information.

Canada set to ratify Paris climate accord

Canada was set to ratify the landmark Paris climate accord today despite significant domestic pushback over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's carbon price proposal for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Canadian photojournalist found dead in Mexico

A Canadian photojournalist was found dead on a highway in Mexico, police said.

Caffeine-based drugs may keep Parkinson's at bay

In another addition to the field of medicine, experts have developed novel caffeine-based chemical compounds that can be helpful in preventing Parkinson's disease.

More trouble for Arvind Kejriwal! Aam Aadmi Party candidate accused of stalking Pakistani woman in Canada

More trouble for Arvind Kejriwal! Aam Aadmi Party candidate accused of stalking Pakistani woman in Canada

Dev Mann, who is in the fray for AAP from Nabha, has rejected the allegations as bogus and said he was being defamed on the directions of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD).

MRI in early stages of pregnancy may not affect foetus

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) during the first trimester of woman's pregnancy does not increase the risk of baby's stillbirth, or death soon after the birth, or the baby being born with defects, says a study.

Rohan Bopanna-Gabriela Dabrowski lose in quarter-finals; Sania Mirza advances in women's doubles

Rohan Bopanna-Gabriela Dabrowski lose in quarter-finals; Sania Mirza advances in women's doubles

Seventh seeds Sania Mirza and her Czech partner Barbora Krejcikova defeated unseeded American-Japanese pair of Nicole Gibbs and Nao Hibino 6-4,7-5 in a third round match. 

Two dead in Canadian helicopter crash with power lines

Two people died and another was injured Sunday after a helicopter collided with power lines in eastern Canada, police said.

DNA: 100-year-old female Indian athlete registers world record in 100m race in Canada

Mann Kaur, a 100-year-old Indian athlete makes a world record in a 100m race in Canada. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

DNA: Elderly couple forced to live separately after 62 years; images go viral

Analyzing the agony and anguish felt by an old couple in Canada. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!