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Toronto city progress on road safety pla Toronto, Oct 31 (IBNS): The period between mid-November and mid-December, with days becoming shorter, is considered a dangerous season for traffic collision, said media reports. 31-Oct-2016
Barack Obama celebrates Diwali, lights f Washington, Oct 31 (IBNS): US President Barack Obama, who celebrated Diwali, the Indian festival of lights, on Sunday, became the first man to kindle a diya in the Oval Office. 31-Oct-2016
Canada-EU free trade deal gets signed Brussels, Oct 30 (IBNS): After seven long years of negotiations, Canada and EU Finally signed a free trade agreement, on Sunday. 30-Oct-2016
First Nations worry diesel spill may har Vancouver, Oct 30 (IBNS): First Nations worry that the diesel spilled from a sunken tug off British Columbia’s central coast is causing serious issues with their food supply and harming the other wildlife around. 30-Oct-2016
Man dies after fatal crash in Toronto Toronto, Oct 30 (IBNS): Toronto Police confirmed a man, probably in his 40s, is dead after his car crashed into a pole in Scarborough, Toronto’s east end, early Sunday. 30-Oct-2016
Alberta in economic doldrum Calgary, Oct 29 (IBNS): With $10.9 Billion budget deficit the NDP premier of Alberta Rachel Notley in a recent speech, addressed to Alberta Urban Municipalities Association's (AUMA) convention, held in Edmonton, warned municipal leaders of the province’s status, whereby not to expect any funding initiative from the cash strapped provincial government. 29-Oct-2016
Car and body of driver recovered from La Toronto, Oct 29 (IBNS): Both the car and the body of the female driver were recovered from Lake Ontario on Friday morning, media reports said. 29-Oct-2016
Toronto to observe Sardar Vallabhbhai Pa Toronto, Oct 29(IBNS): The Consulate General of India Toronto in association with Canada People’s Group and 24 Gam Patidar Samaj of Toronto would be celebrating the 141st birth anniversary of the ace leader Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on Monday, Oct 31. 29-Oct-2016
Canada PM Trudeau to travel to Brussels Ottawa, Oct 29 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to travel to Europe tonight to sign the iconic Canada-EU free trade deal, soon after it got finalized after loads of discrepancies. 29-Oct-2016
Brampton police station shooting inciden Toronto, Oct 29 (IBNS): Police kept investigating following a shooting incident at the Brampton police station, division 22, located at 7750 Hurontario Street, close to 9:30 pm on Friday night. 29-Oct-2016
Woman dies after being struck by Brampto Toronto, Oct 28 (IBNS): A 57-year-old woman was struck and killed by a Brampton transit bus on Thursday night, police reported 28-Oct-2016
Canada: Mutilated body of person found i Langley, Oct 28 (IBNS): A gruesome crime was being investigated by the B.C. Police after they found the human remains by the side of the road in Langley. 28-Oct-2016
Six missing Calgary kids found in Ontari Toronto, Oct 27 (IBNS): Six allegedly kidnapped children from Calgary have been found in Ontario's Bowmanville, police confirmed. 27-Oct-2016
Truck driver dies in crash in highway ne Milton, Oct. 27 (IBNS): A crash in the westbound lanes of a highway in Milton in southern Ontario, Canada, resulted in the death of a man on Wednesday, police reports said. 27-Oct-2016
Man dies in a multi-vehicle crash Toronto, Oct. 27 (IBNS): A multi-vehicle crash in Pickering, east of Toronto, Canada, resulted in the death of a man while two other people, with serious injuries, were transported to the hospital, Durham police reported. 27-Oct-2016
Ontario announces two new post-secondary Toronto, Oct 27(IBNS): Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa, announced plans for a new university facility in Brampton, recently after a meeting at the new city hall of Brampton. 27-Oct-2016
Ontario nurse charged for eight first de Toronto, Oct 26 (IBNS): A Woodstock-based nurse has been charged with eight counts of first degree murder in a series of death investigation at care homes, dating back nearly half a decade. 26-Oct-2016
Police identifies the victim of Saturday Mississauga, Oct. 24 (IBNS): The police have identified the victim of a recent overnight shooting incident in Mississauga near Toronto as 23-year-old Deshawn Brandon Nicholson. 24-Oct-2016
USA: Tour bus crash leaves 13 killed Los Angeles, Oct 24 (IBNS): At least 13 people were killed as the bus, in which they were travelling, crashed into the back of a tractor-trailer in US city of Palm Springs, media reports said on Monday. 24-Oct-2016
Canada: Daycare not afforded by vast maj Toronto, Oct 23 (IBNS): Three-quarters of Toronto families could not afford licensed child care, said reports. 23-Oct-2016
Canada: Truck-train collision kills two Saskatchewan, Oct 23 (IBSN): At least two people were killed as a truck was hit by a CN train at Tako, Sask in Canada, reports said on Sunday. 23-Oct-2016
Saskatchewan: Heavy fog conditions cause Saskatchewan, Oct 23 (IBNS): A 21-year-old man struck by a half-ton truck on Saturday two kilometres south of Prince Albert, Sask., police reports said. 23-Oct-2016
Toronto: One person killed due to shooti Toronto, Oct. 23 (IBNS): A shooting outside a venue in Mississauga early Saturday morning resulted in the death of one person, reports said. 23-Oct-2016
Woman throws pumpkin seeds at Canada Pri Hamilton, Oct. 23 (IBNS): A former Green Party candidate threw pumpkin seeds at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Hamilton, media reports said. 23-Oct-2016
One killed in overnight shootings near T Toronto, Oct. 23 (IBNS) Overnight shootings in Mississauga in Toronto's west end claimed one life and left two injured, including one critically, said police on Saturday. 23-Oct-2016
Toronto: Eight-year old boy killed due t Toronto, Oct 22 (IBNS): Five years after the death of their eight-year-old son Andrew Sheldrick, grieving parents were shocked to hear from the coroner that their son’s death was due to pharmacy’s error. 22-Oct-2016
18 pedestrians struck, one senior killed Toronto, Oct 21 (IBNS): At least 18 pedestrians were struck by vehicles in Toronto. 21-Oct-2016
Canada: Two separate shootings in Etobic Toronto, Oct 21 (IBNS): Following separate shootings in Canada's Etobicoke on Thursday night, two people, one with serious injuries, have been transported to hospital, reports said. 21-Oct-2016
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones banned in U Toronto, Oct 21 (IBNS): Passengers and flight crews had been issued emergency orders by Transport Canada and the U.S. Department of Transportation not to carry Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on airline flights or to ship these as air cargo, reports said. 21-Oct-2016
Woman fatally struck by vehicle in Leasi Toronto, Oct. 21 (IBNS): A woman believed to be in her 60s fatally struck by vehicle in Leaside Thursday evening, Toronto police reported. 21-Oct-2016
Canada's refugee mental health services Toronto, Oct 20 (IBNS): A study by the Mental Health Commission of Canada has found that immigrants generally arrived in Canada with better mental health than the Canadian-born population, reports said. 20-Oct-2016
Walk to support Leukaemia patients held Toronto, Oct 20 (IBNS): Over six thousand people gathered together at the Nathan Phillips Square to take part in the walk organised by The Leukaemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada. 20-Oct-2016
Presidential Debate: Trump refuses to sa Washington, Oct 20 (IBNS): in the last presidential debate on Wednesday against her opponent Hillary Clinton,Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump refused to say he will accept the poll result. 20-Oct-2016
1 dead, other severely injured after car Toronto, Oct 19 (IBNS): On Tuesday evening after gunmen in a car opened fire on another vehicle in North Etobicoke, one man has succumbed to his injuries and the other is still fighting for his life. 19-Oct-2016
Canadian Tire pulls down the clown déco Toronto, Oct 19 (IBNS): Following a recent creepy clown stories, where killers dressed in clown outfits have been attacking schools and students, the Canadian Tire has decided to pull down its Halloween clown decorations from all of its stores in Canada. 19-Oct-2016
Ontario nursing homes charge millions fr Toronto, Oct 19 (IBNS): An investigation by Star has highlighted that nursing homes had been charging fees from many pharmacies for dispensing of publicly funded drugs, reports said. 19-Oct-2016
Canada wide human trafficking books 32 p Toronto, Oct 19 (IBNS): In an attempt to stop human trafficking across Canada, a six day coordinated police investigation found 32 people guilty with 78 offences. 19-Oct-2016
World record at Toronto marathon set by Milton, Oct. 19 (IBNS): At the age of 85 Ed Whitlock set a world record on Sunday by finishing Toronto's Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon with time of three hours, 56 minutes, and 33.2 seconds. 19-Oct-2016
Suspected man arrested for shooting at c Toronto, Oct. 19 (IBNS): A man, reported to have shot at children in the west end, Toronto was arrested, reports said. 19-Oct-2016
Hillary most corrupt to ever run for US Washington, Oct 19 (IBNS): Republican nominee for the upcoming United States Presidential election, Donald Trump on Tuesday termed his fellow Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton as the most corrupt person ever to run for US Presidency. 19-Oct-2016
Toronto police in the lookout for suspec Toronto, Oct 18 (IBNS): Toronto police are seeking public assistance to identify a man accused of trying to gravely stab another man in the Jane Street and Lawrence Avenue West area earlier this month. 18-Oct-2016
Ontario senior booked of 14 child-porn c Sudbury, Oct 18(IBNS): A 71-year-old northern Ontario man has been booked with 14 charges on account of an international child pornographic investigation. 18-Oct-2016
Police issues warning after razor blades Toronto, Oct 18 (IBNS): Toronto police have issued a public safety alert following a reporting of razor blades being found at June Callwood Park. 18-Oct-2016
103-year-old dances with professional da Toronto, Oct 18 (IBNS): At 103 years old, Kitty Cohen danced with professional dance star Blake McGrath at the VIP Dance Events competition in Mississauga on Sunday, said reports. 18-Oct-2016
Ontario ban on Cleveland name, logo hear Toronto, Oct 17 (IBNS): A suit filed in the Toronto court, will be heard on Monday on account of an attempt to bar the Cleveland Indians from using their team name and logo in Ontario. 17-Oct-2016
Youth issues take centre stage in Toront Toronto, Oct 17 (IBNS): Toronto Mayor John Tory and his counterparts in big cities like Vancouver and Edmonton are holding roundtable discussions on housing affordability. 17-Oct-2016
Federal Mortgage rules take effect from Toronto, Oct 17 (IBNS): New federal rules that will limit down the purchasing power of some of the first-time home buyers in Canada will be in immediate effect starting from Monday. 17-Oct-2016
Health Ministers to discuss new health a Toronto, Oct 17 (IBNS): The provincial and federal health ministers planned to gather together before there scheduled meet on Tuesday with their federal counterpart Jane Philpott. 17-Oct-2016
Donald Trump accuses media to rigging US Washington, Oct 17 (IBNS): Republican nominee for the upcoming US Presidential election, Donald Trump on Sunday accused the media of distorting facts and rigging the polls. 17-Oct-2016
Kentucky: US sprinter Tyson Gay's daught New York, Oct 17 (IBNS): Daughter of former US sprinter Tyson Gay was killed during a shooting incident in US state of Kentucky, media reports said on Sunday. 17-Oct-2016
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