Air Canada jet skids off Halifax runway, at least 23 injured

An Air Canada jet came off the runway after landing at the Halifax airport in Nova Scotia on Sunday, sending at least 23 people to hospital, officials said.

Air Canada flight comes off runway in Halifax, 25 slightly hurt

 An Air Canada plane came off the runway after landing at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Nova Scotia early Sunday, the airline reported, as passengers and crew were checked for injuries. 

Make in India, job creation high on PM Modi's agenda
Make in India, job creation high on PM Modi's agenda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his tour to France, Germany and Canada from April 10-16 would be focused on supporting India's national economic agenda through programmes like Make in India in order to create jobs for the youth.

PM Narendra Modi to visit France, Germany, Canada in April

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday tweeted about his upcoming three-nation tour to Germany, France and Canada.

Canada orders two crew in cockpits always, after Alps crash

Canada ordered its airlines on Thursday to post two people at all times in cockpits of passenger planes after it emerged that the co-pilot on a Germanwings flight deliberately crashed after he was left alone.

World Figure Skating Championship: Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford clinch pairs gold
World Figure Skating Championship: Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford clinch pairs gold

Canada`s Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford won the world pairs title in Shanghai Thursday, after claiming bronze at the competition in the last two years.

Canada says it will bomb Islamic State "safe havens" in Syria
Canada says it will bomb Islamic State "safe havens" in Syria

Canada will expand its military mission against Islamic State by launching air strikes against the militants` safe havens in Syria as well as Iraq, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Tuesday.

Canada says it will launch air strikes against ISIS in Syria

The Canadian government on Tuesday said it would expand its military mission against Islamic State by launching air strikes against positions in Syria as well as Iraq.

Canada will expand anti-ISIS bombing campaign to Syria: Sources

Canada plans to expand its mission against Islamic State militants by sending fighter bombers to attack targets in Syria as well as Iraq, two well placed political sources said on Monday.

Canada-born Cruz eligible for US presidency: Experts

Republican White House hopeful Ted Cruz is eligible to run for the US presidency despite being born in Canada, US legal experts believe.

Topless protestor chased around Canada Parliament

A topless woman raged against a proposed anti-terror law in Canada`s Parliament on Monday, saying it will infringe on civil rights.

Anna Hazare gets death threats from Canada

Social activist Anna Hazare on Monday claimed to have received life threatening calls from an unknown caller from Canada.

Canada PM to talk to NATO head about expanding IS mission

Canada's prime minister will talk about his plan to extend and expand Canada's military mission against the Islamic State group at a meeting with NATO's secretary general.

Guilty verdicts for 2 suspects in Via train terror plot

Two men accused of plotting to attack a Via Rail passenger train travelling from New York to Toronto were found guilty Friday of terror-related charges.

Canada auditor general lost data: Report

The office of Canada`s auditor general lost 120 USB drives, or one in five entrusted to staff last year, possibly containing sensitive information, a local newspaper reported Thursday.

Canada denies asylum for ex-Tunisian president`s in-law

Canada denied asylum on Monday to the brother-in-law of deposed Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, saying he had likely used his position to commit "serious" crimes.

Canada denies asylum for ex-Tunisian president`s in-law

Canada denied asylum on Monday to the brother-in-law of deposed Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, saying he had likely used his position to commit "serious" crimes.

NASA's Earth mission set to map frozen soil

 NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission launched on January 31 to measure moisture on the top few inches of soil globally will begin monitoring the frozen or thawed landscape by April-end.

'India's emergence as a major player good for world'

Envoys of six leading world powers -- US, Japan, China, Britain, Germany and Canada – on Saturday hailed India's emergence as a major player at the "global high table" and complimented the new government for its efforts to stimulate economic growth.

Turkey says spy suspected of helping British school girls is Syrian

An alleged spy detained in Turkey for helping three British girls cross into Syria is a Syrian national working for a country in the US-led coalition against Islamic State, the Turkish foreign minister said on Friday.