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Van Jones criticizes Trump in Toronto speech, warns Canada of Trump's presidency

Toronto, Nov 23 (IBNS): Van Jones, an eminent American political commentator, said that it was difficult to foretell what the actions of the president-elect would be once he's sworn in, reported CBCNews.

Canadian kids least active, says ParticipAction report

Toronto, Nov 19 (IBNS): A new study has come up with figures stating that there is a possibility that the Canadian kids will soon be dubbed as the least active kids in the world.

Canadians do not favour relaxed rules for Americans’ entry to Canada

Toronto, Nov. 11 (IBNS): According to a new Mainstreet Research poll conducted last weekend 5,066 Canadians said they were not in favour of relaxing the rules for U.S. citizens to move to Canada after Donald Trumps is elected president.

US poll Season Finale grabs Canadians

Toronto, Nov 8 (IBNS): The US presidential elections are in its final stage and soon the new era of Hillary or Trump will take over the entire world. Being neighbours, Canada is all up like US, keeping its fingers crossed to look out for the right president of America. IBNS approached a few Canadians around and sought their reactions.

Toronto city progress on road safety plan

Toronto, Oct 31 (IBNS): The period between mid-November and mid-December, with days becoming shorter, is considered a dangerous season for traffic collision, said media reports.

Canada PM Trudeau to travel to Brussels for inking Canada-EU trade deal

Ottawa, Oct 29 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to travel to Europe tonight to sign the iconic Canada-EU free trade deal, soon after it got finalized after loads of discrepancies.

Woman dies after being struck by Brampton transit bus

Toronto, Oct 28 (IBNS): A 57-year-old woman was struck and killed by a Brampton transit bus on Thursday night, police reported

Canada soaks in the festive spirit of Durga Puja

Toronto, Oct 11 (IBNS): Statistics Canada says more than 15,000 people in Toronto are Bengalis, coming from either Bangladesh or Indian state of West Bengal. Together they celebrate the auspicious festival of Durga Puja in different parts of the country as well as in Toronto.

Canada to impose regulations on vaping products

Ottawa, Oct 9(IBNS): The liberal government of Canada says it has plans to introduce new legislation to regulate vaping products, once it comes back after the fall.

Canada's population soars with immigrant and refugee arrivals

Toronto, Oct 9 (IBNS): Statistic Canada says record number of immigrants and refugees arriving on Canadian shores have helped push Canada’s official population over 36 million as of July 1.

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.