La Malbaie: US President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have discussed speeding up of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) talks at the G7 Summit here on Saturday. more
Donald Trump feels Russia should have been part of G7 Summit

Washington: US President Donald Trump has aid he feels that the Russia should attend the G7 summit.

Trump, Trudeau-Macron engage in Twitter spat ahead of G7 Summit

Washington/Ottawa: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron have got themselves engaged into a Twitter spat with US President Donald Trump just ahead of ...

Skripal poisoning: Australia, Canada join 20 other nations in expelling Russian diplomats

Moscow/Canberra/Ottawa: A day after the United States of America declared that it was going to expel at least 60 Russian diplomats in connection with the spy poisoning in United Kingdom&# ...

US reeling under 800 billion USD tax deficit; Trump to introduce reciprocal taxes

Washington: US President Donald Trump announced on Friday that he will introduce reciprocal taxes to bridge the 800 billion USD trade deficit that is biting America.

Atwal visit leaves India seething, Canada looking for answers following diplomatic gaffe

New Delhi/Ottawa: Ever since the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau set foot in India with his entourage, a certain section in India has constantly chastised the Narendra Modi-led gov ...

Diplomat crisis: Brazil, Canada expel Venezuela's diplomat in retaliation

Brasilia, Dec 27 (JEN): In a major development, Brazil has declared Venezuela's diplomat in the country, Gerardo Delgado, as a persona non grata.

Canada PM Trudeau says his country's Israeli embassy will remain in Tel Aviv

Ottawa: Though US President Donald Trump has triggered a firestorm by announcing that American embassy in Israel will be shifted to Jerusalem to recognize it as the capital of the Jewish ...

Legalisation of marijuana not a good step: York Police Chief

IBNS Canada's Suman Das and Asha Bajaj interact with York Regional Police Chief Eric Jolliffe. Excerpts:

Quebec municipal elections: Low pay, difficult working hours sees a drop in candidature

Montreal, Oct 19 (JEN): Low wages and difficult working hours are forcing candidates to drop off their names from the upcoming municipal elections in Quebec, said a report by The Canadian Pr ...