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Canada Immigration Minister to answer wo Toronto/New Delhi, Nov 7(IBNS): The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister of Canada, John McCallum is in India in his official trip, along with Nova Scotia’s Minister of Immigration, Lena Diab and Ontario’s Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Laura Albanese. 08-Nov-2016
Regimental Remembrance Day celebration f Toronto, Nov 7 (IBNS): The Indo-Canadian diaspora people for the first time in Canadian history gathered together at a Sikh Gurudwara in Toronto’s Scarborough area to commemorate the Remembrance Day celebrations. 08-Nov-2016
Man found dead near Toronto’s roadside Toronto, Nov 7, (IBNS): Homicide detectives are called over to investigate after York Regional Police found a lifeless body of a 50-year-old man near the roadside in Markham, early morning. 07-Nov-2016
Dead bodies of man and woman found in a Quebec, Nov. 7 (IBNS): Quebec provincial police on Saturday found the dead bodies of a man and a woman in a garage at the back of an apartment building in Becancour, Centre-du-Quebec region of Canada, halfway between the cities of Montreal and Quebec. 07-Nov-2016
Donald Trump peeved at FBI clean chit to New Delhi/New York, Nov 7 (IBNS): The FBI has said that there is no case against Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton regarding the new batch of emails linked to her private email server, the media reported on Monday. 07-Nov-2016
US Presidential elections: Trump,Clinton Washington, Nov 7 (IBNS): The fight to capture the highest seat in US political structure is gaining momentum as nearly 120 million Americans are expected to cast their votes on Nov 8 to decide the fates of Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump who are contesting the high -profile Presidential polls. 07-Nov-2016
Indian Canadian Neel Nanda conferred awa Toronto, Nov 7 (IBNS) India-born Canadian Neel Nanda, who is the president of non-profit cultural body Heritage Beyond Borders, was on Friday conferred an award by the National Ethnic Press Council of Canada at its Annual Awards function. 07-Nov-2016
Peaceful demonstration in thousands in T Toronto, Nov 6 (IBNS) Thousands in downtown Toronto in Canada demonstrated peacefully on Saturday to show harmony with protesters against the much debated Dakota Access Pipeline project in the U.S., media reports said. 07-Nov-2016
Canada: Deadly hit and run in Calgary Calgary, Nov 6 (IBNS): Calgary police reported a severe hit and run case on a Saturday night in the city around 11 p.m., killing a man on the spot. 06-Nov-2016
Polls indicate more Canadians support mo Toronto, Nov 6 (IBNS): A vast majority of respondents, in a study commissioned by Historica Canada, desired building national monuments to soldiers who died in modern times, apart from just commemorating a Remembrance Day. 06-Nov-2016
New ad campaign targets anti-racism in T Toronto, Nov 5(IBNS): The City of Toronto and the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) launched a new campaign as part of curbing racism that happens in various employment sectors. 05-Nov-2016
Menthol ban in Tobacco products: Health Toronto, Nov 5(IBNS): A new proposal has come up from the Health Canada to amend the Tobacco Act to prohibit “the use of menthol in cigarettes, blunt wraps and most cigars sold on the Canadian market”, to curb the smoking rates among the youth. 05-Nov-2016
Man dies after confrontation with Toront Toronto, Nov. 05 (IBNS): Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) had been examining the circumstances surrounding the death of a 31-year-old man during his confrontation with Toronto Police officers. 05-Nov-2016
Shooting at Toronto downtown core: 1 cri Toronto, Nov 5(IBNS): One man was critically wounded following a gun shot in Toronto’s downtown core, early morning, police confirmed. 05-Nov-2016
Man dies in Toronto after street fight Toronto, Nov 5(IBNS): A young man probably in his 20’s was pronounced dead in hospital after he was assaulted in a fight early Saturday near College and Bathurst Streets, Toronto police confirmed. 05-Nov-2016
Woman drops alleged rape lawsuit against Washington, Nov 5 (IBNS): A woman, who accused US Presidential candidate Donald Trump of raping her when she was 13, dropped her lawsuit against the Republican nominee on Friday, media reports said. 05-Nov-2016
Top Al-Qaeda leader dies in US drone str Washington/Kabul, Nov 5 (IBNS): The United States has confirmed the death of a top Al-Qaeda leader in a drone strike it carried out in Afghanistan last month, reports said. 05-Nov-2016
Canada adds 44,000 new jobs in October b Ottawa, Nov. 04 (IBNS): Statistics Canada released a report on Friday confirming that to counterbalance the loss in full-time positions, 44,000 new part-time jobs had been created, yet the employment rate remained steady at 7 percent. 05-Nov-2016
Bruce Carson, ex Harper aide fined $50,0 Ottawa, Nov 4 (IBNS): Bruce Carson, confidant of Stephen Harper, the earlier Prime Minister of Canada, just before Justin Trudeau was charged by an Ontario court for illegal lobbying, accounting to $50,000 fine.  04-Nov-2016
Man arrested in murder of mother of thre Toronto, Nov 4 (IBNS): A 29-year-old man has been arrested and charged in relation to the vicious sexual assault and murder of a mother of three inside Toronto’s Rexdale apartment tower in last January. 04-Nov-2016
Indian pensioners to get life certificat Toronto, Nov 3 (IBNS): The consulate of India, Toronto will be organizing a few consular camps to hand over the Life certificates to pensioners who are Indian citizens residing in Canada. 04-Nov-2016
Canada: Pedestrian fatally struck by VIA Oshawa, Nov 3 (IBNS): GO train service was temporarily suspended on a portion of the Lakeshore East line after a male pedestrian was fatally struck by a VIA train in Canada's Oshawa city on Wednesday night, media reports said. 04-Nov-2016
Ontario bill to ban some door-to-door sa Toronto, Nov 3 (IBNS): A new legislation introduced on Thursday in Ontario aims to control some home inspectors, banning certain door-to-door sales and enhance the payday loan rules. 03-Nov-2016
School buses running in Toronto after de Toronto, Nov 3 (IBNS): After a last minute deal between a private bus contractor and its workers, thousands of Greater Toronto Area (GTA) based children can avail their regular school bus ride from this morning. 03-Nov-2016
Japan: Lockdown at US naval base over po Tokyo, Nov 3 (IBNS): The lockdown of a U.S. naval base in western Japan has been lifted as no evidence of an active shooter was found, officials said. 03-Nov-2016
Student killed in Canada school stabbing Abbotsford, British Columbia, Nov 2 (IBNS): A stabbing incident Tuesday afternoon at a school in Abbotsford in British Columbia killed a girl student while another was injured, police said. 03-Nov-2016
Indian consulate remembers Sardar Valabh Toronto, Nov 2 (IBNS): The Consulate General of India Toronto in association with Canada People’s Group and 24 Gam Patidar Samaj of Toronto celebrated the 141st birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on Monday, Oct 31. 02-Nov-2016
Patients, treated in unsterile condition Toronto, Nov 1 (IBNS): A disciplinary committee of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) described Dr. Stephen James’ antiseptic technique at the time as “extremely poor” and said he had displayed a lack of “self-scrutiny” in his practice. 01-Nov-2016
Mississippi: Halloween hayride meets acc Jackson, Mississippi, Nov 1 (IBNS): Amid the fun filled Halloween Day celebrations, two children and an adult person died while several other got injured when a trailer pulling revellers was struck by a vehicle in eastern Mississippi in the United States. 01-Nov-2016
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