Ottawa: Key Canadian politician Erin O'Toole has asked for the relocation of the 2022 Winter Olympics out of Beijing, citing the treatment given by the country towards the Uighur Muslims. more
Canada extends ban on large cruise ships until February 2022 

Toronto/Sputnik: Canadian Transport Minister Omar Alghabra extended the ban on large cruise ships in Canadian waters until the end of February 2022, the Transport Ministry said in a state ...

Canada-based miner says China trying to steal Xinjiang gold mine

Vancouver: A Vancouver-based gold mining company has rejected claims that it used forced labour in its open-pit mine in China’s Xinjiang region.

Canada to lobby Biden administration at the highest level in a bid to save Keystone XL

Ottawa/Sputnik: The Canadian government will lobby the "highest levels" of the incoming Biden administration in a bid to salvage the Keystone XL oil pipeline extension, Prime Mi ...

State-sponsored hackers from China, Russia, Iran and North Korea are Canada's biggest cyber threats: Report

Ottawa: Canada's cyber security agency has warned that state-sponsored hackers from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea are the biggest cyber threats to the people of the country.

Justin Trudeau announces additional funding for food banks in Canada amid COVID-19 spikes

Ottawa/Xinhua: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has urged Canadians to stem the spread of the COVID-19 as the country is at a tipping point of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Charity Scandal: Canadian finance minister Morneau resigns 

Toronto/UNI: Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau is stepping down from his cabinet role and as MP for Toronto Centre after weeks of scrutiny for his role in a charity scandal that has ...

Canada expresses concern over Beijing's move of passing national security legislation for Hong Kong

Ottawa: The Canadian government has expressed its concern over China's move of passing national security legislation for Hong Kong.

US, three other allies target China over Hong Kong national security law

Washington: China's decision to impose the new national security law on Hong Kong has earned criticisms from the United States and its three major allies.

Release Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou to avoid harm to relations: China warns Canada

Vancouver: Days before a British Columbia judge is scheduled to give the verdict in the extradition case of Meng Wanzhou, China on Tuesday asked Canada to immediately release the Huawei e ...