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Justin Trudeau’s tolerance trap: When protection breeds extremism

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent comments on Khalistani elements within Canada have sparked a new round of tension between Canada and India, highlighting a serious issue that extends beyond diplomatic spats and touches on the very fabric of Canadian society. Trudeau’s approach, which appears to tolerate and even protect extremist elements under the guise of political freedom and protection of minority rights, is a dangerous game that not only damages Canada’s international relations but also cultivates a climate of violence and criminality domestically.

Canada Federal Budget 2024 promises to make life fair for every generation

Toronto/IBNS: Canada's 2024 federal budget unveiled by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland proposes $52.9 billion in new spending over five years, including $8.5 billion in new spending for housing.

Canada's spy agency feels China 'clandestinely and deceptively' interfered in federal polls in 2019 and 2021 which were won by PM Trudeau

The Canadian spy agency has claimed that it believes the Chinese government "clandestinely and deceptively" interfered in 2019 and 2021 federal polls of the country.

Canadian Parliament members get pay hike from April 1

Toronto/IBNS: Canada has announced a pay hike for all Members of Parliament (MPs) effective Apr 1 helping them make over $200,000 per year.

Canada court rebukes Justin Trudeau for 'unjustified' emergency powers use to suppress 'freedom convoy' protests

The Federal Court of Canada has rebuked the Justin Trudeau government over the use of emergency powers to suppress the "freedom convoy" protests in 2022 and called it "unjustified and disproportionate".

Justin Trudeau's plane breaks down in Jamaica, second time since G20 in India

Ottawa/IBNS: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced a minor setback during his recent visit to the Caribbean owing to an aircraft glitch that prompted the country's armed forces to send a second plane with a repair team to address the snag.

Toronto receives $471 million funding from Canada to create 11,780 new homes

Toronto/IBNS: The Canadian government has allocated $471 million of funding to accelerate Toronto’s housing system and increase housing affordability for residents.

Shocking and saddening: Canadian PM Justin Trudeau mourns school friend Matthew Perry's death

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau remembered the days he spent in school with his friend Matthew Perry and said the news of his death left him shocked.

Justin Trudeau invokes Elon Musk's wrath as Canada threatens to toss free speech out the window

It seems there's no respite for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the moment! After riling administrators of a 1.4 billion-strong nation with allegations of murder, the lawmaker has now managed to anger billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, who lashed out at the politician on social media. But why is Trudeau on the Tesla CEO's radar?

Elon Musk accuses PM Justin Trudeau of trying to destroy free speech in Canada

US entrepreneur and billionaire Elon Musk has accused Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of trying to destroy freedom of speech in his country after the Canadian government introduced new regulations regarding online platforms providing streaming services.

Justin Trudeau’s isolation amidst India-Canada diplomatic row

In the hustle and bustle of New York’s United Nations General Assembly, where world leaders converge to discuss the globe’s most pressing issues, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau found himself standing alone, his once-dazzling smile now fading amidst the mounting pressures of international diplomacy.

Gangsters, terrorists, and radicals finding refuge in Canada

Canada of late appears to be gaining a dubious reputation as a hospitable country for terrorists, gangsters, and radicals.

The village that forgot Nijjar

In the village of Bhar Singh Pura, where wheat and padi fields frame everyday life, the name Hardeep Singh Nijjar is almost forgotten. Nijjar, the slain pro-Khalistan leader, hailed from this very village but today stands as a distant memory.

Canada’s differential response to tragedies sparks controversy: Baloch Human Rights Council criticizes Trudeau

In a strongly worded letter addressed to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada (BHRC-Canada) has raised questions about the government’s uneven approach to two distinct cases.

Justin Trudeau’s muted approach to Chinese interference

In a world where political games are played in the shadows and where the echelons of power are masked by veils of duplicity, the recent public announcement by Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau about allegations of Indian involvement in the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar has rattled many. But, one must ask, why is Canada so vociferous about India while seemingly turning a blind eye to China’s mischief?