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Two-year ban on foreign homebuyers takes effect in Canada

A two-year ban on some foreigners buying homes in Canada has come into effect.

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Canada: Quebec separatist party calls for split with British monarchy

With the upcoming coronation of King Charles III, the Canadian province of Quebec is resurfacing a debate on the country's ties to the British monarchy.

Fiona 'extremely strong and dangerous' as hurricane watch issued for P.E.I., N.S., N.L.

Hurricane will track northward and into Maritimes late Friday and Saturday

Canada stabbings suspect Myles Sanderson dies after arrest

The suspect in a stabbing spree in Canada which left 10 people dead and 19 injured has died after being captured by police.

Canada stabbings: Town 'shattered' amid stabbings manhunt

Two days after a deadly stabbing spree in Saskatchewan, the surviving suspect's whereabouts remain unknown.

Manhunt continues for 2 suspects after Sask. stabbings leave 10 dead, 15 hospitalized

RCMP alert says to watch for black SUV with Sask. licence plate 119 MPI in Manitoba, Alberta also

Ten killed in Canada stabbing spree

Two suspects are at large after stabbing at least 25 people in 13 locations

A language ‘revival’? Quebec moves to protect French amid Canada’s shift towards English

New figures show that French language use continues to decline in Canada, including in Quebec, the historically Francophone province, where the number of people whose first spoken language is English now exceeds 1 million. This unprecedented situation comes at a time when efforts to protect French in Quebec are intensifying.

Pope Francis apologizes for forced assimilation of Indigenous children at residential schools

'I humbly beg forgiveness for the evil committed by so many Christians against the Indigenous peoples'

Pope Francis: The pontiff's 'pilgrimage of penance' to Canada

The Pope is making a historic visit to offer a formal apology on Canadian soil for the harms done by Catholic-run residential schools across the country.

Man acquitted of bombing 1985 Air India flight shot dead in Canada

A man acquitted over the bombing of a 1985 Air India flight has been killed in a suspected targeted shooting in Canada, police say.

Rogers outage: Millions to get credits over internet and mobile blackout

Canadian mobile and internet giant Rogers says it will give credits to millions of its customers after a nationwide outage last week.

Canada hit by massive mobile and internet outage

Canada's largest mobile and internet provider has suffered a major outage, with bank ATMs and emergency service hotlines affected.

What's the monkeypox vaccine and who should get it?

Targeted immunization based on risk — not a mass vaccination campaign — is the way to go, experts say

'No regrets': A Canadian volunteer wounded in Ukraine is coming home

'You cannot go into a fight like this thinking that you're going to remain safe'

Canada reports 77 confirmed cases of monkeypox

Most cases reported so far have been among gay and bisexual men, but everyone is susceptible: Tam

Handguns: Canada proposes complete freeze on ownership

Canada should introduce a total ban on the buying and selling of all handguns, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said.

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