Wednesday, April 17, 2024


Canada to stop arms sales to Israel

The Canadian government will halt future arms exports to Israel, even though the motion approved by the House of Commons, is not legally binding, Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly has stated.

Canada to resume counsular operatoins in Kabul

Canada plans to dispatch a number of its diplomats to Kabul and resume its consular operations in the Afghan capital, according to a report.

China frees two Canadians following release of Huawei executive

China has freed two Canadian citizens after the U.S. struck a deal for the release of Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou.

Canada’s Trudeau wins third term, no majority

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a third term in the country’s snap election but fell short of regaining the majority he was seeking

Saudi Expulsion of Canadian Ambassador “Object Lesson” to Others

A former Iranian diplomat says the expulsion of the Canadian ambassador from Saudi Arabia was meant to be an object lesson for others.

Ottawa ‘Deeply Concerned’ about Riyadh’s Use of Canadian Equipment against Saudis

Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland’s department says she is “deeply concerned” about the reports that Saudi Arabia is deploying Canadian-made armoured vehicles in an escalating conflict with Saudi citizens.

Canadian Women Employees No Longer Forced to Wear High Heels

The Canadian province of British Columbia has banned companies from forcing female employees to wear high heels at work.

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