Canada, China to sign deal on return of fugitives'' seized assets

Canada is set to sign a deal with China to return ill-gotten assets seized from those suspected of economic crimes, the official China Daily reported on Monday, as Beijing works to track down corrupt officials who have fled overseas.

Sushma Swaraj meets Canada's foreign minister

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met her Canadian counterpart John Baird here on Tuesday for a discussion on Canada-India relations to strengthen bilateral economic ties between the two countries.

PM Modi pitches for closer cooperation with Canada in N-energy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday pitched for closer engagement between India and Canada in areas of trade and investment, nuclear energy, healthcare, infrastructure development and people-to-people contacts.

Canada announces further sanctions against Russia

Canada has imposed further economic sanctions and travel bans against Russia in support of Ukraine, Canadia's Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said Tuesday.

Canada urged to cut consular services for dual citizens

The government has been urged to limit consular services for dual citizens who travel on a foreign passport or who live outside of Canada for prolonged periods, a report said on Tuesday.

Putin orders military to boost Arctic presence

President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia`s military on Tuesday to step up its presence in the Arctic after Canada signalled its intention to claim the North Pole and surrounding waters.

Canada wants political solution to Syria crisis

Canada supports a political solution to Syria`s conflicts and destruction of its chemical weapons, Foreign Minister John Baird said.

Canada asks Egypt to release jailed nationals

Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird has asked Egypt to release two Canadians -- a filmmaker and a physician -- imprisoned in a Cairo jail for 25 days.

Canada breaks taboo on Israel East Jerusalem talks: Report

Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird met an Israeli minister in annexed Arab east Jerusalem this week, deliberately breaking a widely-observed diplomatic taboo.

Canada FM loses beer bet to Kerry on ice hockey

Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird on Thursday handed over a case of Canadian beer to his US counterpart John Kerry after losing a bet on a women`s ice hockey championships.

Canada breaks taboo on Israel East Jerusalem talks

Israel captured east Jerusalem during the 1967 Six Day War and later annexed it in a move never recognised by the international community.

Canada ready to sell nuclear reactors to India

Having said no for long, Canada has now expressed its desire to sell nuclear reactors to India.

India, Canada to fast-track nuclear deal

External Affairs Minister SM Krishna said India was looking at Canada "as an important source of oil and gas".

Canada cuts ties with Iran

Canada has frozen diplomatic relations with Iran and will expel Iranian diplomats from the country, Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird has said.

Canada to open embassy in Myanmar

No date was set yet, but Canada would work closely with Myanmar government in the coming weeks and months to open the diplomatic mission.