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Oye! News from Canada
The family members of the five victims stabbed to death in one of the worst mass killings in Calgary’s history have allegedly come together to support one another in this time of great grief after Tuesday’s inexplicable tragedy.
According to a joint statement released by the victims’ families
Air Canada has apologized for an apparent baggage-handling incident that came to light from a YouTube video being circulated on social media. The video, titled “Air Canada baggage fail 20 ft bag toss in Toronto,” was posted on April 18 on YouTube by user TheDStewart. The video was viewed by
Nearly eight years after the Supreme Court of Canada allowed Sikhs to wear kirpan, a ceremonial dagger worn by those believing in the Sikh faith, safely bring them into schools under certain conditions, it has finally been done so in all Canadian embassies and missions abroad. However, internal
Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has alleged to have had raised the case of a Canadian journalist on trial in Egypt, Mohamed Fahmy, in a recent meeting with his counterpart in Cairo. According to the sources, Baird raised concerns about fulfilling Mohamed Fahmy’s medical necessities
The father of Rehteah Parsons, a Halifax teen who committed suicide after leaving a video note last April, has affirmed that he was victimized by online death threats from one of the men charged in connection with his daughter’s case. According to a statement issued by Halifax police on
Several inside sources have confirmed that former Hells Angels leader, Maurice "Mom" Boucher, has been booted from his leadership position of the notorious biker gang and is hence not associated with it anymore. Once the 60-year-old was known as one of Canada's most infamous criminals, but now he
The Obama administration made a surprise announcement on Friday to unexpectedly extend the review period on the Keystone XL pipeline, possibly delaying a final decision on the controversial project until after the Nov. 4 congressional elections. The announcement made by The State Department has
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