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B.C. premier suspects Ottawa holding back information about foreign interference

B.C. premier suspects Ottawa holding back information about foreign interference

VANCOUVER — British Columbia Premier David Eby said he "strongly" suspects that the federal government is holding back information that could help the province protect its residents who have connections to India from foreign interference.
'Bright side of history': Zelenskyy says Canada's help saved thousands of Ukrainians

'Bright side of history': Zelenskyy says Canada's help saved thousands of Ukrainians

OTTAWA — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanked Canada on Friday for promising more military and humanitarian aid to his country while standing with his people in a war against Russia that he says has just one possible conclusion.
Former diplomat criticizes how Ottawa went public with India allegations

Former diplomat criticizes how Ottawa went public with India allegations

BANFF, Alta. — A former high commissioner of India in Canada is criticizing the way Ottawa disclosed allegations the Indian government was involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen.
Jewish groups celebrate as Quebec man sentenced to 15 months for fomenting hatred

Jewish groups celebrate as Quebec man sentenced to 15 months for fomenting hatred

MONTREAL — A Quebec man convicted of promoting hatred against Jews has been sentenced to 15 months in jail and three years of probation, in what Jewish groups are calling a major victory in the battle against antisemitism and online hate.
Highlights from Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's speech in Canada's Parliament

Highlights from Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's speech in Canada's Parliament

OTTAWA — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was in Ottawa on Friday for an official visit that included a speech to Parliament. Here are some excerpts from his address.
How does India's visa office suspension affect Canadian travellers?

How does India's visa office suspension affect Canadian travellers?

TORONTO — The suspension of Indian visa services for Canadians this week has prompted uncertainty among many who had hoped to travel to India in the near future.
Police arrest two more people following killing of eight-year-old girl in Alberta

Police arrest two more people following killing of eight-year-old girl in Alberta

EDMONTON — Police in Edmonton have charged two more people following the killing of an eight-year-old girl whose remains were found on a First Nation south of the provincial capital.
Canada Post reviewing use of address data following criticism from privacy watchdog

Canada Post reviewing use of address data following criticism from privacy watchdog

OTTAWA — Canada Post said Friday it is reviewing how it uses data for tailored marketing campaigns after the federal privacy watchdog found the post office was breaking the law by gleaning information from the outsides of envelopes and packages.
Here's what Canada is pledging in multi-year support for Ukraine, updated trade deal

Here's what Canada is pledging in multi-year support for Ukraine, updated trade deal

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday that Canada is making a multi-year commitment to provide steady support to Ukraine, including hundreds of millions of dollars for new armoured vehicles.
White House rejects reports of tension with Canada over India interference allegation

White House rejects reports of tension with Canada over India interference allegation

WASHINGTON — The White House is pushing back against reports that Canada-U.S. relations are straining under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's seismic allegation that the government of India was involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen.