Title Description Posted Date
US conducts missile defence test Washington, July 31 (IBNS): The United States has said it successfully conducted a missile defence test in the Pacific Ocean on Sunday, media reports said. 31-Jul-2017
Canadian Tire worker throws out Indigeno Regina, July 31 (IBNS): A Canadian Tire worker who had reportedly thrown out a First Nation customer over suspected theft few days ago, is no longer an employee, CBC News said. 31-Jul-2017
North Korea: Donald Trump 'disappointed' Washington, July 30 (IBNS): In a strong message, US President Donald Trump on Sunday said he was upset with China for its not doing enough move to prevent North Korea's weapon programme. 30-Jul-2017
US President Donald Trump is 'emotionall Washington, July 30 (IBNS): Very successful entrepreneurs and CEO’s are often regarded as superstars in modern society because they generate jobs, introduce groundbreaking innovations, and thus change the world. 30-Jul-2017
Union of striking workers claims baggage Toronto, July 30 (IBNS): Union of 700 workers, Teamsters Local 419, claimed a significant baggage handling delay occurred on Friday evening at the Toronto Pearson Airport due to their ongoing strike, Global News said. 30-Jul-2017
High Ranking Officer faces charge over d Toronto, July 30 (IBNS): A high ranking officer was charged on Friday over the discovery of a video recording device from the women's washroom in Canadian Forces here, according to Global News. 30-Jul-2017
Ontario’s new Mentorship Programs help Toronto, July 29 (IBNS): A new mentorship program -- to build confidence and develop skills in Black children and youth in school and work -- is being launched by Ontario to support up to 25 locally developed mentorship initiatives in priority communities, including the Greater Toronto (Toronto and its adjoining cities) and Hamilton Area, Ottawa and Windsor, a news release said. 29-Jul-2017
No more unsafe water for Ontario's Neska Toronto, July 29 (IBNS): The Liberal government in Canada has decided to construct, upgrade and renovate the water plant in Neskantaga First Nation (aboriginal) community of Northern Ontario, bringing a huge relief to its people who are using unsafe tap water for last 22 years. 29-Jul-2017
Canadian economy gets big boost in last Ottawa, July 29 (IBNS): With a jump in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 4.6% in the last fiscal year till May 2017, Canada gets a big boost in the economic sector, media reports said on Friday. 29-Jul-2017
No reports of Canadians falling sick con Toronto, July 28 (IBNS): Countering the claims made by the U.S. State Department about travellers falling sick by consuming tainted alcohol in Mexico, Global Affairs Canada stated on Thursday that no report of Canadians suffering from tainted alcohol in Mexico has been confirmed, CTV News said. 28-Jul-2017
B.C. Wildfire continues, forces local pe Ottawa, July 28 (IBNS): A massive wildfire which struck the Central Interior of British Columbia early this month, continued to grow forcing local people to flee from their homes, Global News said on Thursday. 28-Jul-2017
Baggage handling staff at Toronto Intern Toronto, July 27 (IBNS): A large number of Swissport baggage handling staff who provide services to 30 out of 74 airlines at Toronto International Airport, might go on strike from Thursday over their union's perception of the contracts as "unfair", media reports said. 27-Jul-2017
Donald Trump bans transgender people fro Washington, July 26 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced that transgender people will no more be able to serve the country's defence forces. 26-Jul-2017
Community is an important part of Brampt Brampton, Ontario, July 26 (IBNS): Canadian Liberal politician Ruby Sahota, who is a member of Parliament from Brampton North on Monday said the community is an important part of Brampton's identity along with the announcement of investment to upgrade the facilities in the area. 26-Jul-2017
NewLeaf gets fresh name on one year anni Winnipeg/Kelowna, July 26 (IBNS): Low cost NewLeaf airline is now Flair Airlines. After completing its one year journey in the airlines venture, NewLeaf got its fresh name as the Kelowna-based company Flair Airlines acquired the former in June. 26-Jul-2017
'Intellectual disability' of 6-yr-old en Winnipeg, July 26 (IBNS): Parents of six years old Karalynn in a small community in Manitoba received a shock when they were denied permanent citizenship by the Immigration Canada just for their daughter's 'intellectual inability', according to Global News. 26-Jul-2017
Defacement of posters promoting gender d Toronto, July 25 (IBNS): Police said following the defacement of posters promoting gender diversity a positive change was noticed with no crime reported since the move, media reports said on Monday. 25-Jul-2017
Scarborough shooting: Two men die, one w Toronto, July 24 (IBNS): Two men died while a woman sustained serious injury in a shooting which took place at a birthday party in Scarborough in Toronto on Sunday, media reports said. 25-Jul-2017
Human trafficking: 9 found dead inside t San Antonio, Jul 24 (IBNS): At least nine people were found dead inside a trailer truck after police checked the parked vehicle outside a Walmart store in San Antonio, Texas, on Sunday, media reports said. 24-Jul-2017
Trump takes shot at party members, Washi Washington, Jul 24 (IBNS): Flustered by the actions of his party members, Donald Trump took a shot at them for failing to agree with his proposed healthcare bill. 24-Jul-2017
Man, woman charged with human traffickin Toronto, July 22 (IBNS): A man and a woman were charged with human trafficking after a teenaged girl escaped from their clutches and contacted the police, media reports said. 23-Jul-2017
Canada aims to facilitate electric car t Toronto, July 22 (IBNS): The Federal government in Canada has planned to install charging stations on road between Manitoba and Ontario with an aim to boost electric car travel, media reports said. 23-Jul-2017
LCBO approves four-year contract for cas Toronto, Jul 22 (IBNS): A new collective agreement that limited the percentage of casual workers was narrowly approved recently by Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) members at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO). 22-Jul-2017
Ontario residents paying double the nati Toronto, July 22 (IBNS): Ontario residents paid more than the country's average energy price during the 2008-2016 period, revealed a report by Fraser Institute recently. 22-Jul-2017
NAFTA: Donald Trump administration prefe Washington/Ottawa, July 21 (IBNS): Despite repeated attacks on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) for being the "worst deal" ever for the United States, American President Donald Trump preferred to wait before breaking up with the agreement, media reports said. 22-Jul-2017
Ontario Auto insurance premium increases Toronto, July 20 (IBNS): Approved rates posted by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario -- a regulatory agency of the Minister of Finance that regulates the automobile insurance of Ontario- has shown an average increase of 0.76 percent in the second quarter of 2017 while last quarter’s rates rose by an average of 1.24 percent, media reports said. 20-Jul-2017
US senator John McCain diagnosed with br Washington, Jul 20 (IBNS): Veteran US senator from Arizona John McCain has been diagnosed with brain cancer, his office said in a statement. 20-Jul-2017
Canadian airports to enforce strict secu Toronto, July 19 (IBNS): Starting from July 19, new enhanced security measures -- implemented by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), USA, which said terrorists are pursuing new attack methods targeting commercial aviation -- will be enforced on all airline passengers travelling from Canada to United States, media reports said. 20-Jul-2017
Sears Canada liquidation sales commences Toronto, July 20 (IBNS): Ontario Superior Court Judge Glenn Hainey last week gave the permission to Toronto-headquartered Canadian retail chain Sears Canada to start liquidation sales from July 21 next at 59 stores across the country it planned to close, media reports said. 20-Jul-2017
Poll suggest Torontonians want cyclists Toronto, July 18 (IBNS): A recent poll conducted suggested that majority of Torontonians are in favour of the license and insurance of cyclists, media reports said. 19-Jul-2017
Donald Trump likely to release his wish Washington/Ottawa, July 18 (IBNS): After repeated complaints, US President Donald Trump is expected to release his wish list on North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) soon, media reports said. 18-Jul-2017
B.C. wildfire: Commoners extend their he Ottawa, July 18 (IBNS): Around 37,000 people from British Columbia's Interior, who were forced to get evacuated owing to a wildfire around ten days ago, received help from commoners, media reports said. 18-Jul-2017
GTA home sale plunges, touches lowest po Ottawa, July 17 (IBNS): Following the plunge of the Greater Toronto market, the home sale in Canada touched its lowest point last month since 2010, media reports said. 17-Jul-2017
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau meets his na Toronto, July 17 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently met his little namesake. 17-Jul-2017
Skills for the Future of Work: WYSD’s Toronto, July 17 (IBNS): World Youth Skills Day (WYSD) was celebrated on July 15 throughout the world, with this year’s theme being “Skills for the Future of Work’, media reports said. 17-Jul-2017
Canada's new Governor General pledges he Ottawa, July 14 (IBNS): Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday announced that on his recommendation, Her Majesty the Queen, had approved the appointment of Julie Payette as the next Governor General of the country. 14-Jul-2017
Family of Canada's first nation woman de Ontario, July 14 (IBNS): The family of a first nation woman of Canada demanded justice for her death in the police custody, media reports said. 14-Jul-2017
Canada transfers Igloo Tag trademark to Ottawa, Jul 14 (IBNS): Igloo Tag, which earlier was being managed by the Government of Canada and by private art wholesalers, would for the first time be managed by an Inuit-led organization. 14-Jul-2017
Trump travel ban: Hawaiian judge says ca Honolulu, Jul 14 (IBNS): Weakening US President Donald Trump's travel ban, a Hawaiian judge said that it cannot be imposed on close relatives like grandfathers and grandchildren, reports said. 14-Jul-2017
Donald Trump to visit France Washington, Jul 13 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump will be visiting France to celebrate Bastille Day and 100 years of US' entry into World War I. 13-Jul-2017
Street art can enhance beautification: T Toronto, July 12 (IBNS): To commemorate Canada's 150th birthday and the "Year of Public Art" that is taking place in Chicago, the City of Toronto (Toronto and its adjoining cities) and the City of Chicago, New York are participating in a cultural exchange that will result in creating a piece of street art in both cities, media reports said. 12-Jul-2017
Tourism: 'Hurt' China looking to inflict Beijing/ Seoul, Jul 12 (IBNS): Seemingly 'hurt' by South Korea's 'indulgence' in allowing the US to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in their country, China has banned all its tour operators from selling packaged tours to the neighbouring nation, media reports said. 12-Jul-2017
Trump Jr. confirms meeting Russian lawye Washington, Jul 12 (IBNS): Things just got a bit hot for Donald Trump following his son's confirmation that the latter met a Russian lawyer but the son said that his father had no knowledge about the meeting. 12-Jul-2017
USA: At least 16 people killed after mil Jackson, Jul 11 (IBNS): At least 16 people were reported dead after a military plane crashed in the Mississippi delta on Monday, reports said. 11-Jul-2017
US President meets China's Xi Jinping Hamburg, July 9 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump has met Chinese President Xi Jinping. 09-Jul-2017
Hamburg G20 Summit: Trump meets Vladimi Hamburg, July 7 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump on Friday met his Russian counterpart on the sidelines of the ongoing G20 Summit here. 07-Jul-2017
Media poll finds majority of Canadians o Ottawa, Jul 6 (IBNS): A popular media poll has revealed that a majority of Canadians have opposed the government's plan to sell to China two domestic companies dealing with military technology even though they are in favour of bilateral free trade between the two countries according to media reports. 06-Jul-2017
Will use force if we must: US to N Korea Washington, Jul 6 (IBNS); The possibilities of a diplomatic solution between the US and North Korea is fast fading as the former has issued a stern warning for the latter, saying that they'll use 'considerable forces' if they must. 06-Jul-2017
Furious Trump slams North Korea followin Washington, Jul 4 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump, who had warned North Korea of a 'determined response' last week, lashed out at the latter following its latest missile launch on Tuesday morning. 04-Jul-2017
Families of 1985 Air India bombing victi Toronto, July 04 (IBNS): To the rest of the world June 23 is any other day. So when Sarah took her dog for a walk in the evening Toronto's quiet Humber Bay park, she was puzzled to see it buzzing with people. 04-Jul-2017
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