By Rod Nickel and David Ljunggren WINNIPEG, Manitoba/OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's agriculture minister said on Wednesday that her department officials have told her the Chinese government has suspended the export permits of two Canadian pork
WINNIPEG, Manitoba/OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's agriculture minister said on Wednesday that she has been told by her department officials the Chinese government has suspended the export permits of two Canadian pork exporters, both based in Quebec.
By Julie Gordon and Allison Lampert OTTAWA/MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canada's capital city of Ottawa readied on Friday for heavy flooding as rains were set to further engorge the swollen Ottawa River, while Montreal declared a state of emergency as it
By Julie Gordon and Chris Wattie OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's capital city of Ottawa readied on Friday for heavy flooding as rains were set to further engorge the Ottawa River, threatening hundreds of homes amid a disaster that has already led to
By Julie Gordon OTTAWA (Reuters) - Spring flooding has killed one person and forced more than 1,500 people from their homes in Canada's Quebec province, with waters expected to continue rising Monday due to rising temperatures and more rain forecast
By Nelson Wyatt MONTREAL (Reuters) - The biggest scandal of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's tenure is starting to hit his fortunes in the populous province of Quebec, where the ruling Liberals say they need to pick up seats in an October
Canada: Quebec proposes bill to ban religious symbols in public service despite PM Trudeau's protest
The important thing, she said, was that the process of making laws was secular, not that people divested themselves of religious attire and symbols. Teachers unions said they would not enforce the law, while pundits and the government's own lawyers,
Montreal: A priest was stabbed in front of his congregation live on television during morning mass on Friday at Canada's biggest church, police said.Footage broadcast on a Catholic television station and picked up by the top-rated CTV network
(Reuters) - Philip Morris International Inc on Friday said its Canadian unit, Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc (RBH), was granted creditor protection, following a tobacco class action ruling in Quebec earlier this month.
On Friday, a mass shooter stormed two mosques and killed at least 50 people in an unprecedented terrorist attack in New Zealand. The alleged shooter, identified as 28-year-old Brenton Harrison Tarrant, was charged with one count of murder in a court
By Allison Lampert and Martinne Geller MONTREAL/LONDON (Reuters) - The Court of Appeal of Quebec upheld on Friday the bulk of a 2015 decision that awarded around C$15 billion ($11.29 billion)to smokers in the Canadian province, dealing a blow to Big
Montreal: Vatican diplomat Luigi Ventura — who is already under investigation in France over alleged sexual assault — is now facing a similar complaint in Canada, the Holy See’s embassy in Ottawa said Thursday. Luigi Ventura, currently the Vatican’s