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TORONTO (Reuters) - Members of Canada's left-leaning New Democratic Party voted on Sunday to oust their leader, Thomas Mulcair, six months after the party suffered a resounding defeat in a general election it had initially been favoured to win.
Ottawa: Canada's new Liberal government on Tuesday unveiled a stimulus budget to revive growth with infrastructure spending and said it would run a deficit nearly three times larger than promised during last year's election.
KUALA LUMPUR: A major liquefied natural gas export project in Canada ran into another delay when the federal environmental assessment agency was granted an extra three months to finish an impact study.
Sydney (AFP) - From Sydney's Opera House to New York's Empire State Building and Paris's Eiffel tower, landmarks worldwide dimmed their lights Saturday for the 10th edition of the Earth Hour campaign against climate change.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Canada will campaign for a seat on the United Nations Security Council in 2021-2022, new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday, seeking to repair battered relations with the world body.
TORONTO/OTTAWA (Reuters) - A Canadian man accused of stabbing two soldiers in a Toronto military recruitment office said he had received orders from Allah to kill people, but there is no evidence he was working with others, police said on Tuesday.
SYDNEY: Brexit cheerleaders are heading for a cold shoulder if they think the mother country can waltz into the warm embrace of her English-speaking siblings and win free trade deals with them.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Thursday turned the page on years of shaky ties with Canada by staging a lavish White House welcome for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, making clear the new leader is a man after his own heart.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday vowed to work with whomever replaces President Barack Obama when his term ends in January following the U.S. presidential election in November.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The ongoing U.S.-Canadian trade "irritant" over softwood lumber is expected to be resolved soon, both countries leaders said on Thursday regarding the years-long fight over pine and other such soft wood.