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Police seized illegal marijuana plants from Health Canada licensed grow-op in Ontario

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Oct. 9 (IBNS): Police have seized more than 4,000 illicit marijuana plants worth more than an estimated four million dollars from a Health Canada approved grow-op on Oct 3.

Canada added 67,000 new jobs but unemployment rate still the same

Toronto, Oct 7(IBNS): The Canadian economy recently added 67,000 jobs in September.

Canada violates international law as migratory children gets jailed: Advocacy groups

Toronto, Oct 5 (IBNS): According to 46 medical and legal advocacy groups who are pressing the government to stop imprisoning hundreds of migrant children in Canada, believes it violates the Canadian and International laws.

Woman trapped inside her car for an hour

Toronto, Sept 30 (IBNS): Toronto emergency crews rushed to the scene of a crash at Dundas Street West and Sterling Road, around midnight, media reports said.

Canada’s national bird yet to be decided

Toronto, Sep 29 (IBNS): The 'official' national bird of Canada is yet to be decided by the administration, according to media reports.

Plans for more green energy cancelled by Ontario

Toronto, Sept. 29 (IBNS): In view of rising electrical rates, Ontario’s Liberal government decided to cancel plans to sign contracts for up to 1,000 megawatts of power from solar, wind and other renewable energy sources, media reports said.

Ontario prioritizes community water needs to bottled water firms

Toronto, Sept. 26 (IBNS): Nestle’s purchase of a well near Elora in Ontario, Canada to secure water supply for its own growing water bottling plant, forced Ontario to renew its government scrutiny of the bottling water industry, reported the media.

Canada's justice system expensive and inefficient says think tank

Toronto, Sep 24 (IBNS): While grading justice systems of Canada's provinces and territories, across five categories -- public safety, victims support, efficiency, fairness and access to justice, and costs and resources -- The Macdonald-Laurier Institute placed Atlantic Canada and Quebec at the top, while Manitoba and the three territories were placed at the bottom, according to media reports.

Canada-China resolve Canola dispute

Ottawa, Sept 23 (IBNS): The leaders of the two countries, Canada and China, on Thursday finally agreed on a long term solution to a trade dispute over $2 billion worth of annual canola sales, keeping their arguments aside over the crop as they try to broaden trade ties.

Road rage in Toronto ends in Highway crash

Toronto, Sept 23 (IBNS): A road rage between a group of motorcyclists and the occupants of a car had led to an assault and fiery crash in Mississauga area near Toronto. Ontario police are looking for the suspects.

Man stabbed at Toronto Eaton Center in broad daylight

Toronto, Sept 21 (IBNS): According to Police a man in his twenty’s has been admitted in the hospital following a stabbing incident at the Eaton Center mall in downtown Toronto.

Pride Toronto apologizes for racial discrimination

Toronto, Sept 20 (IBNS): According to a recent statement released by the organization, Pride Toronto, says it deeply apologizes to Black Lives Matter Toronto (BLMTO) for "deepening the divisions” in the LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer) community and for “a history of anti-blackness.”

Justin Trudeau to speak at UN assembly

Toronto, Sept 20 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined the world leaders for the annual gathering at the United Nations general assembly.

New focus on daycare welcomed by Ontario parents

Toronto, Sep 20 (IBNS): Ontario Lieutenant-Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell said on Monday that she plans to add 100,000 more licensed spots in schools, workplaces and community settings across Ontario by doubling the child care for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers over the next five years, according to media reports.

Top Canadian banks cancel business with marijuana industries

Toronto, Sept 15 (IBNS): Two Canadian top banks have declared they will not do business dealings with companies involved in the marijuana industry.