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Donald Trump administration warns U.S. businesses against contributing...

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Washington: The U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are issuing a joint advisory urging U.S. companies to monitor their activities in China, particularly in the Xinjiang region, where the Chinese government is harshly repressing its own people and is committing human rights abuses.
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.
Alberta becomes Canada's top business destination due to its lowest national corporate tax...
Alberta/IBNS: Alberta's corporate tax rate has dropped to eight per cent, at least 30 per cent lower than any other Canadian provincial rate, making it Canada's top business destination, media reports said. 
Manitoba faces unexpected fiscal impacts, must restart our economy: Premier Brian Palliste...
Manitoba/IBNS: Manitoba government's release of its economic and fiscal update assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was announced June 30 by Manitoba's Premier Brian Pallister and Manitoba's Finance Minister Scott Fielding, media reports said.
Canada: Toronto city council approves indoor non-medical masks to be mandatory
Toronto/IBNS: Toronto's city council has approved to make non-medical masks and face coverings mandatory in indoor public spaces to limit COVID-19 spread.
US approved 4 COVID-19 vaccine candidates for clinical trials: FDA Head
Washington/Sputnik: The United States has approved four coronavirus vaccine candidates for clinical trials, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) head Stephen Hahn told reporters.
US Federal Communications Commission classifies Chinese companies ZTE, Huawei as security ...
Washington/IBNS: The US Federal Communications Commission has said Huawei and ZTE pose a national security threat to the integrity of the country's communications networks and communications supply chain.
Toronto to virtually celebrate Canada Day on July 1st
Toronto/IBNS: The City of Toronto would be celebrating Canada Day on July 1 starting at 9 a.m. virtually with livestream shows throughout the day, including music performances, culinary showcases, comedy, dance, recognition of frontline workers and more, media reports said.
US National Security Advisor slams China, calls Xi Jinping a successor of Joseph Stalin
Washington: US National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien recently launched an attack on China and likened the country's president Xi Jinping to dictator Joseph Stalin.
Virtual celebration of Toronto Pride Parade 2020
Toronto/IBNS: Toronto’s weekend 2020 Pride parade of June 28  was held online for the first time after several decades due to COVID-19 pandemic, media reports said.
European Union, US agree to launch dialogue on China, CCP threat: Pompeo
Washington: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said the United States and the European Union have agreed to launch a dialogue on China to address the threat of the Chinese Communist Party.
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