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Oye! News from Canada
The Canadian soldier who allegedly mocked a 9-year-old girl from Winnipeg about her name, Isis, has apologized to her. The girl said she is feeling a lot better after the apology as she pleaded that her name has nothing to do with terrorism.
The incident took place during a school trip on Thursday,
MLA Andrew Younger has finally submitted the alleged secret recording of his conversation with the premier’s chief of staff, Kirby McVicar, which took place in February. Reports confirm that Mr. Younger made the submission of the relevant material at the clerk’s office at Province House on Monday
Canada’s newly appointed Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has entered Canada in the list of countries demanding Syrian President, Bashar Assad, to step down. Sajjan mentioned in his remarks that “I’m of the opinion that President Assad, he does need to go, given the complexity of the problem and
The failing economy has diminished all hopes and projections of a balanced budget in this fiscal year as the federal books show $3-billion deficit for 2015-16 even before the new Liberal government began to lay out its ambitious spending plans. During the first speech of the newly appointed Finance
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reaffirmed his plans to fast-track settlement of 25,000 Syrian refugees this year. Addressing an audience of international leaders at the G20 summit in Antalya, Trudeau highlighted that Canada is “stepping up” to help the millions of people fleeing the region.
Justin Trudeau’s newly elected Liberal government is moving fast on fulfilling its campaign promise of bringing in 25,000 Syrian refugees before Christmas. The new sworn in Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship, John McCallum, announced to have created an ad hoc committee on refugees
In her recent remarks, the new Interim Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, Rona Ambrose, mentioned that she is incredibly disappointed by the American government’s rejection of a major pipeline project last week. According to Ambrose, Canada’s energy sector was depending on the project
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