June 22, 2024 09:28 (IST)
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Toronto observes June as a Pride Month with a new heritage property plaque

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto is celebrating June as a Pride Month with a new plaque at St. Charles Clock Tower (1872) Yonge Street Fire Hall Heritage Property.

Indian-origin man from Ludhiana shot dead in Canada in suspected targeted killing

In a suspected targeted shooting incident, an Indian-origin man from Ludhiana was shot dead in Canada's Surrey on Friday (June 7, 2024).

Toronto university seeks court injunction to clear continuing pro-Palestinian encampment

Toronto/IBNS: The University of Toronto has sought court injection to remove protesters who refuse orders to leave a pro-Palestinian encampment set up on campus earlier this month.

Canada’s stance on hate speech: A cause for concern

In a recent Nagar Kirtan event in Calgary, disturbing images emerged on social media depicting floats with effigies of Indian High Commissioner Sanjay Verma and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi dressed as prisoners.

Canada MPs probe rise in antisemitism at major universities

Ottawa/IBNS: Facing a rise in antisemitism and fear for their safety, Jewish students across major Canada university campuses are being forced to hide their identity after school administrators are failing to protect them from, a group of students said Wednesday.

Canada: Toronto gets $104.34 million in federal funding to support hosting FIFA World Cup 26

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow has unveiled $104.34 million in federal funding in support of hosting six games in the FIFA World Cup 26.

Canada: Ontario Police arrest 64 suspects in child sexual exploitation investigation

Ontario/IBNS: The Ontario Provincial Police arrested 64 suspects facing a combined 348 charges in connection with a series of child sexual exploitation investigations across the province.

To combat antisemitism, Manitoba introduces mandatory holocaust education in its curriculum

Winnipeg/IBNS: The Manitoba government has announced that it would introduce holocaust education in its curriculum to combat antisemitism.

Canada: Indian couple, three-month-old grandchild die in road mishap during car chase in Toronto

An Indian couple visiting Canada and their three-month-old grandchild died in a road mishap during a police chase in Canada's Toronto city, media reports said.

British Columbia sets target date for Surrey police transition plan

Surrey/IBNS: British Columbia has set a target date for the Surrey police transition plan for the Surrey Police Service to assume policing and law enforcement in the city.

Canada Border Services Agency’s internal launch to remodel tax collection of import goods rescheduled

Ottawa/IBNS: The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has rescheduled its internal launch of phasing in Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) digital initiative plan to modernize tax collection of import goods.

Toronto endorses city-wide expansion of its alcohol in parks program

Toronto/IBNS: Following the success of the pilot project, the expansion of the alcohol in parks program has been endorsed by the Toronto City Council to permit residents and visitors of 19 years of age and older to consume personal alcohol at the 27 pilot park locations and additional parks across the city.

Canada: Police investigation link a vehicle used in armed carjackings in Greater Toronto Area

Toronto/IBNS: A vehicle used in armed carjackings across the Greater Toronto Area was linked by Investigators with the York Regional Police Hold-Up Unit and are seeking additional witnesses to come forward.

Canada: Tropical fish worth thousands of dollars stolen from Ottawa Valley restaurant

Ottawa/IBNS: The Ontario Provincial Police is investigating a theft worth "several thousand" dollars of tropical fish that was reported to be stolen from an Upper Ottawa Valley restaurant last week.

Indian student Chirag Antil shot dead in Vancouver

An Indian student has been shot dead inside his car in the Vancouver region of Canada, police said on Saturday (April 13, 2024).