Thursday, September 16, 2021

Canada

Muslim Community dissents Conservative Party’s Islamophobic stance

The Conservative party led by Erin O'Toole is having a hard time campaigning in the Greater Toronto area, which has been hurt by the party's stances on vaccine and Islamophobia. The disapproval comes after a Nova Scotia Conservative Party candidate,...

Canada Elections: Trudeau limn rivals as weak during key leaders’ debate

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been forced to defend his government's plans to combat climate change, Canada's fractured relationship with indigenous people, and the country's growing affordability crisis, as he faced off against the rivals ahead of federal...

Canada’s major party leaders focus their campaigns on Ontario

Leaders of Canada's major parties focused on Greater Ontario as the campaign continues, with Monday marked Labor Day. Prime Minister and Liberal Party leader, Justin Trudeau, travelled to Welland, Ontario to participate in the campaign in the city of Toronto. Meanwhile,...

Poll: The Conservative Party ahead of the ruling Liberal Party in Canada

A new poll shows that if a federal election were held, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would lose his position. The poll was conducted by Leger between August 27-30 which showed that 34% of voters would vote for the Conservative Party. 30%...

Canada will push for sanctions against Taliban at G7 summit

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that Canada will push other G7 nations to consider imposing new sanctions on the Taliban when the group's meeting is held virtually on Tuesday. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who currently leads the Group...

Canada has “no plans” to recognize Taliban as legitimate gov’t of Afghanistan

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his government has "no plans" to recognize the Taliban as the legitimate government of Afghanistan, hours after the opposition Conservative Party issued a statement making the same announcement. Speaking to reporters on the third...

Canada will send special forces to evacuate embassy staff from Afghanistan

The Canadian authorities voted to send an unspecified number of special forces to Afghanistan before closing its embassy in the Afghan capital, Kabul. Sources, who requested anonymity, said  that Canada wants to evacuate all its employees at the Kabul-based embassy. The...

Ontario issued emergency order over forest fires

The Ontario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry has issued an emergency order for all of the northwestern part of the province due to increased forest fire activity. According to the statement from the province, the decree...

Bank of Canada sustains its key rate at 0.25%

The Bank of Canada dropped its forecast for this year's economic growth while preserving its key interest rate at 0.25%. The central bank now expects the economy to grow 6.0% in 2021, after previously targeting 6.5% growth. However, the bank now...

Canada: Heatwave swallows 486 lives in west coast

Canadian west coast witnessed harsh weather which resulted in 486 sudden deaths in British Columbia, weather analysts predicted that the heatwave may prolong. Canada British Columbia's chief coroner, Lisa Lapointe, said her office received reports of at least 486 “sudden...
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Ufone awarded 4G spectrum license

Pakistani Telecom Company, Ufone has been awarded Next Generation Mobile Services (NGMS) spectrum by Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) as...
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