Canada - latest news (May 28, 2023)

Health Canada warns of 'unauthorized' antibiotics seized from Ottawa grocer

Health Canada is warning customers about unauthorized amoxicillin capsules it recently seized from the Green Fresh ... | 2 hours ago
Canada issues grim U.S. travel advisory amid mass shootings: 'Risk of being in the wrong place at the wrong time'

The rate of firearm possession in the United States is high,” notes the official travel advisory, last updated on May 19, ... | 11 hours ago
Sikh Woman, Planning Divorce, Stabbed To Death By Estranged Husband In Canada

A Sikh woman, Davinder Kaur, who was contemplating divorce from her estranged husband Nav Nishan Singh was tragically stabbed ... | 14 hours ago
Thinking the 'unthinkable': How China could change Canada's conversation about nuclear subs

Almost a decade ago, the notion of a conflict between the United States and its allies on one side and China on the other was ... | 15 hours ago
Morning News Call - Canada, May 23

To access a PDF version of this newsletter, please click here You can read Morning News Call Canada via TOPNEWS Canada page. If you would like to receive this newsletter through your email, please ... | 4 days ago
Canada, Saudi Arabia name new ambassadors in move to restore full diplomatic ties

Saudi Arabia recalled its ambassador and severely restricted trade between the nations after Canada’s embassy in Riyadh ... | 1 day ago
How Canada’s oil production rose and emissions fell - and what it means for climate policy

Greenhouse gas emissions from the oil and gas industry peaked eight years ago. They have since fallen 7 per cent. But ... | 16 hours ago
Canada expands OpenAI privacy probe

Federal and provincial authorities will look at whether OpenAI received consent for user data, if it had been transparent ... | 3 hours ago
Canada, Saudi Arabia rekindle diplomatic relations after 2018 human rights rift

The two countries severed relations in 2018, as Riyadh struck out against perceived “overt and blatant interference” in its ... | 2 days ago
A grandmother’s van life and where housing investors live: Canadian real estate news for May 27

Here are The Globe and Mail’s top housing and real estate stories this week, with the lowest mortgage rates available in ... | 13 hours ago
As formula shortage persists, a product from France is making its way to Canada

The shortage comes after Abbott, a major producer of formula, recalled several major brands and shut down its Sturgis, Mich., ... | 1 day ago
‘All I see are ghosts’: fear and fury as the last spotted owl in Canada fights for survival

Only one female remains in the Canadian wilderness, a symbol of the country’s inability to save a species on the verge of ... | 1 day ago
Australian firefighters arrive in Canada to assist with raging wildfires

Australian firefighters and emergency personnel have arrived in Canada to help local crews with devastating wildfires. The 57 ... | 23 hours ago
Canada and Saudi Arabia normalize diplomatic relations after 2018 split

Canada and Saudi Arabia have agreed to restore full diplomatic ties and appoint new ambassadors, both countries said on ... | 2 days ago
Canada: TotalEnergies to Sell Its 50% Stake in Surmont Oil Sands Asset to ConocoPhillips Following Exercise of Its Preemption Right

In connection with the sale by TotalEnergies (Paris:TTE) (LSE:TTE) (NYSE:TTE) to Suncor Energy Inc. of the entirety of the ... | 1 day ago
Alberta wildfires ease, and Canada natgas exports recover

Firefighters have made "significant progress" in tackling wildfires in Alberta thanks to rain and cooler temperatures, ... | 2 days ago
Australian firefighters join Canada teams to battle Alberta blazes

Australian firefighters join Canada teams to battle Alberta blazes ... | 16 hours ago
Xi more of a threat to democracies than Putin,says ex-Canada PM

Former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper believes that China’s paramount leader is more of a long-term threat to democracies around the world than Russian President Vladimir Putin. | 17 hours ago
Costco Shares Troubling News (And One Really Good Thing)

The warehouse club has seen some troubling trends but it's also trumpeting something positive that most retailers wouldn't ... | 2 hours ago
Canada, Saudi Arabia restore ties 5 years after spat over women's rights activists

TORONTO -- Canada and Saudi Arabia agreed Wednesday to restore full diplomatic relations and appoint new ambassadors, five years after a dispute over women’s rights activists damaged relations and ... | 3 days ago
Hawaii Tourism Authority is asked to explain U.S., Canada awards

The Hawaii Tourism Authority has received requests for debriefings—the first step in a possible procurement protest—on the awards that it made this week to manage the brands and market Hawaii to the ... | 1 hour ago
Germany beats US in OT, reaches hockey world final vs. Canada

Germany has upset the United States in overtime to set up a final against Canada at ice hockey world championship. Frederik ... | 3 hours ago
Making the Trans Canada Trail Safe and Accessible for People of All Abilities

"We have adopted a lived-experience approach to assess and communicate the current accessibility of the Trans Canada Trail so people can make informed decisions. Equally important, the program ... | 1 day ago
Government of Canada funds 256 projects in Alberta to empower seniors in their communities

CNW/ - Seniors have made and continue to make significant and valuable contributions to their families, communities, and workplaces. The Government of ... | 2 days ago
Saudi, Canada To Restore Full Diplomatic Ties

Saudi Arabia and Canada will restore full diplomatic relations, the kingdom said Wednesday, following a 2018 dispute over human rights that saw Riyadh expel Ottawa's ambassador and freeze new trade. | 3 days ago
No need for public inquiry into foreign interference in polls: Canada special rapporteur

The special rapporteur was appointed on March 6 after a series of reports in the outlets Globe and Mail and Global News that ... | 3 days ago
Detroit Red Wings' Moritz Seider's Germany stuns U.S. in World Championship semi finals

Moritz Seider's Germany rallied to defeat the U.S., meaning the Wings defenseman will claim either gold or silver at the ... | 4 hours ago
Michael Geller, champion waterskier at Louisiana-Lafayette who also competed for Canada, dead at 18

Michael "Micky" Geller "died suddenly" earlier this month at 18 years old. He was a waterskier for Team Canada and the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. | 5 days ago
Trudeau repeats pledge to establish Canada Water Agency in Winnipeg, speaks at U of W town hall

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday reannounced the new Canada Water Agency, which will protect the country's ... | 3 days ago
Canada, Saudi Arabia Restore Ties Broken Before Khashoggi Crisis

Canada and Saudi Arabia agreed to resume normal diplomatic relations, repairing ties that frayed nearly five years ago in a dispute over human rights. | 3 days ago
Canada can’t run away from the mess it made worse in Sudan

We may be spectators now, barely paying attention, but we were once in the thick of it in Sudan, profiting from an impoverished country’s oil boom, Martin Regg Cohn writes. | 1 day ago
Bay of Plenty firefighters deployed to help emergency services fight wildfires in Canada

Six Bay of Plenty firefighters have volunteered to help fight wildfires raging across western Canada. The firefighters were ... | 2 days ago
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