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Canada recognizes First Nations leadership in conservation with $600,000 fund for IGPP

Ottawa/IBNS: A sum of $600,000 was announced by the government of Canada on Thursday to fund 10 new indigenous projects across the country for the period 2020–2021 in the First Nations tier 1 stream under the Indigenous Guardians Pilot Program ( IGPP), media reports said.

Canada: Complaints raised against Gov Gen Payette over harassment, verbal abuse at Rideau Hall

Ottawa/IBNS:  Multiple sources have complained to CBC News about a toxic atmosphere of harassment and verbal abuse created by Canada's Governor General Julie Payette at Rideau Hall, Payette's official residence, media reports said.

Canada ill-prepared for second wave of COVID-19, says Senate Committee

Ottawa/IBNS: The Liberal Party of Canada had been asked by Canada's Senate Committee to deliver by Labour Day a contingency plan to contain the potential second wave of COVID-19, for which Canada is ill-prepared, media reports said.

Canada: RCMP arrest an armed man who gained access to Rideau Hall grounds in Ottawa

Ottawa/IBNS: Police on Thursday morning arrested an armed man who had gained access to the grounds at Rideau Hall, the Governor General's official residence in Canada's Ottawa, media reports said.

COVID-19: High Commissioner of India in Ottawa plans return of stranded Indians

Toronto/IBNS: The phased return of nearly three lakh Indians, mainly students stranded in Canada due to COVID-19 pandemic, is being planned by the office of the High Commissioner of India in Ottawa (Canada), media reports said.

Two wounded in shooting in Ottawa

Ottawa (Xinhua/UNI) Two men were wounded in a shooting in the western part of Canadian capital city of Ottawa Sunday morning, according to Ottawa Police.

Canada: Ottawa bus crash kills three, injures 23

Ottawa, Jan 12 (IBNS): A bus crash in Canada's capital city Ottawa, which is located in Ontario province, killed three people and left 23 others injured on Friday.

Canada: Planes collide in mid-air over Ottawa; one dies

Ottawa, Nov 5 (IBNS): A plane collision in the mid-air over Ottawa led to the death of one person on Sunday morning, media reports said.

Monitoring the situation and thinking of affected people: Canada PM Trudeau on Tornado in Ottawa

Ottawa, Sept 22 (IBNS): Following the tornado that ripped apart Ottawa, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said his government is monitoring the situation and thinking of the affected people.

Canada: Tornado rips apart Ottawa, several people without power

Ottawa, Sept 22 (IBNS): A Tornado has left several people without power after ripping apart Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, on Friday afternoon, media reports said.

Canada PM Justin Trudeau meets Malala Yousafzai in Ottawa

Ottawa, Sept 8 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday met activist and Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai in Ottawa, the capital of the country.

Canada: 'Suspicious' fire engulfs home in Ottawa's south end

Ottawa, Aug 6 (IBNS): A "suspicious" fire has engulfed a house in Ottawa's south end on Monday early morning, media reports said.

Canada: Former soldiers camp out in Ottawa, to protest with demand for better services

Ottawa, Feb 12 (IBNS): Former Canadian soldiers have camped out in Ottawa and is also scheduled to stage a protest against the federal government's ill-treatment of the veterans, media reports said.

Ottawa: Firefighters called to tackle 3-alarm fire in Napean

Ottawa, Jan 6 (IBNS): Firefighters have been called in Ottawa to tackle 3-alarm fire in Napean part of Ontario district, media reports said.

Canadian men held and tortured in Syria receives $31.3 million from Ottawa

Ottawa, Oct 26 (IBNS): Three Canadian men, who were held and tortured in Syria over the accusation of having links to a terrorist organisation, have received a settlement amount of $31.3 million by Ottawa, media reports said.