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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time — just days after he met in person with U.S. President Joe Biden.
Canada says wireless carriers in Canada won't be allowed to install Huawei equipment in their high-speed 5G networks. In announcing the decision Thursday joined the U.S. and other allies that previously banned the giant Chinese technology company.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has asked Canadians to imagine bombs landing in their communities as urged the nation to apply great economic and military pressure on Russia — including a no-fly zone over his country.
Lawmakers in Parliament will vote later Monday whether to allow police to continue to use emergency powers. Opposition New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh says his party will support it, ensuring Trudeau has enough votes.
Police aggressively pushed back protesters in Canada’s besieged capital on Saturday, seizing control of trucks and clearing the streets in front of Parliament, the heart of the protests. Scores of trucks left under the increasing pressure, raising authorities’ hopes for…
Some protesters surrendered and were taken into custody, police said. Some were led away in handcuffs. One person being taken away carried a sign that read “Mandate Freedom.”…
Hundreds of truckers clogging the streets of Canada's capital city in a protest against COVID-19 restrictions are bracing for what could be a possible police crackdown.
Police in Canada's capital are telling protesting truckers who have paralyzed the city for more than two weeks that it's time to leave.
A Canadian official says the police chief in Ottawa has resigned amid criticism of inaction against COVID-19 protests that have paralyzed Canada’s capital.
Trudeau invoked emergency powers Monday to quell the paralyzing protests by truckers and others angry over Canada's COVID-19 restrictions, outlining plans not only to tow away their rigs but to strike at their bank accounts and their livelihoods.
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