Russian MP seeks measures against Canada for sanctions

 Moscow should adopt measures against Canada in response to Ottawa`s latest move to expand sanctions against Russia, senior Russian lawmaker Alexei Pushkov said on Tuesday.

President Mukherjee greets Canada on its National Day

President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday greeted the government and people of Canada on the eve of its National Day.

Six injured in evacuation of diverted Canadian flight

Six passengers were injured on Monday during an emergency evacuation of their Canadian WestJet flight, which was diverted to Winnipeg following a "threat."

Tahir-ul-Qadri back in Pak, vows to seek justice for slain supporters

Anti-government protest leader and cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri on Monday returned to Pakistan from Canada after about eight months and vowed to seek justice for 14 of his supporters killed in a police raid last year.

England`s `Lionesses` showing their claws at Women`s World Cup
England`s `Lionesses` showing their claws at Women`s World Cup

England`s "Lionesses" bared their claws once again as they brutally ended the campaign of hosts Canada 2-1 to advance to their first semi-final at the Women`s World Cup where they meet champions Japan.

Canada helping French police after beheading attack

Canadian authorities are working with French police to help find the recipient of a gruesome selfie purportedly taken by an Islamist suspected of decapitating his boss in France, officials said.

England end Canada`s World Cup dream, meet Japan in semi-finals
England end Canada`s World Cup dream, meet Japan in semi-finals

England ended hosts` Canada`s dream at the Women`s World Cup with a 2-1 win on Saturday to advance to the semi-finals for the first time where they play defending champions Japan who beat Australia 1-0.

New York escaped convict shot dead by police: Reports
New York escaped convict shot dead by police: Reports

One of two convicts who escaped from a maximum-security New York prison was shot dead by police Friday after three weeks on the run, according to US media.  

Escaped New York convicts possibly headed for Canada: Police

Two dangerous convicted killers who escaped a maximum-security New York prison three weeks ago may be on their way towards Canada and border guards are on alert, police said Friday.

Women's World Cup: Japan face Aussies, Canada meet England
Women's World Cup: Japan face Aussies, Canada meet England

The Women`s World Cup heats up this weekend with Australia challenging holders Japan and hosts Canada up against England in the quarter-finals.

Canada: Quebec mayor threatened over English `ban`

Police were investigating Thursday after the mayor of a city in the mostly French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec received death threats for seeking to ban English at council meetings.

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.

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Britain to step up training of Ukrainian armed forces

Britain said on Wednesday it would step up its training programme for Ukraine`s armed forces as they battle pro-Russian separatist fighters in the east of the country.

Canada keen to set up horticulture varsity in Haryana

 Canada has shown interest in setting up Haryana`s first horticulture university and to explore possibilities of a joint venture with the state to develop smart cities, an official said on Wednesday.

India-born man appointed Vancouver police deputy chief

India-born Steve Rai has been appointed the new deputy chief of Canada`s Vancouver Police Department, according to a media report.

Indo-Canadian chairman of Toronto police board resigns

 Indo-Canadian chairman of Toronto Police Services Board has resigned from his post after completing 10 years in Canada's largest municipal police service.

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.

Romain Grosjean apologises to Will Stevens for Canada collision
Romain Grosjean apologises to Will Stevens for Canada collision

Lotus`s Romain Grosjean has apologised in person to Manor Marussia driver Will Stevens for colliding with the Formula One back marker while lapping him in Canada two weeks ago.

Hackers attack Canada government website: Minister

The Canadian government`s public website for applying for social services and downloading official forms was briefly shut down Wednesday in a cyberattack, a senior minister said.