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Canada requires incoming travellers to wear masks for two weeks

Toronto/IBNS: Canada's federal government has ordered masks to be worn by incoming travellers for two weeks, despite the lifting of most of the pandemic restrictions by provinces and territories.

Canada could be first country on Earth to pay international oil royalties: Reports

Ottawa/IBNS: Canada could be reportedly the first country on Earth to pay international oil royalties of millions of dollars due to the Bay du Nord megaproject in Newfoundland and Labrador (N.L.)'s offshore.

Canada's Ontario reports spurt in hospitalisations due to COVID-19

Ottawa/IBNS: Ontario recorded an increase in hospitalisation due to COVID-19 to 1,662 hospitalizations on Wednesday, the most reported during the sixth wave of the pandemic in the province.

Canada's annual inflation rate hits a new 31-year high of 6.7 pct in March

Ottawa/ IBNS: The rise in Canada's inflation rate to 6.7 per cent in March, exceeded economists' expectations with a full percentage point higher than February's already 30-year high, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday.

British Columbia runners set Canadian course records at Boston Marathon

Boston/IBNS: Canadian course records were set on Monday by two runners from British Columbia (B.C.) at the Boston Marathon.

Canada's Calgary students develop new way to run all-terrain vehicles on renewable energy

Calgary/IBNS: Conversion of all-terrain vehicles to solar power has reportedly been figured out by some engineering students in Calgary, who hoped it will benefit indigenous and remote communities in Canada’s North.

Canada's Peel Region explores vacant home tax to create more affordable housing

Brampton/IBNS: Vacant Home Tax as a possible new way to address the affordability crisis including rising home prices and limited availability of homes for sale or rent is reportedly being explored by the Peel Region of Canada's Ontario.

Indian-origin real estate tycoon Raman Dua talks on the pressure points of Canada's real estate industry

CEO and Co-Founder of Save Max Real Estate Inc in Canada, Raman Dua shares his insights on over the roof real-estate prices in the country, extent of Covid19's impact on the industry, and anecdotes of his entrepreneurial journey in the past decade with IBNS Canada head Suman Das

Canada's Toronto Mayor John Tory tests positive for COVID-19, isolates at home

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto Mayor John Tory has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolated at home, according to a statement from the mayor's office Thursday morning.

Bank of Canada raises key interest rate to 1 percent

Ottawa/IBNS: The Bank of Canada on Wednesday raised its key interest rate by half a percentage point to 1 percent, the highest zoom in more than 20 years, media reports said.

Police arrest suspect in New York's Brooklyn subway shooting

New York/IBNS: Police have arrested a man suspected of shooting ten commuters in an attack at New York's Brooklyn subway station, the New York Police Department said on Wednesday.

Canada: Major spring storm hits southern Manitoba, creates deteriorating travel conditions

Manitoba/IBNS: Canada's Southern Manitoba has been hit by a major spring storm that started across the border on Tuesday night, Environment Canada reported.

Canada: Toronto Public Health offers immunization program at local school clinics

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto school students have been offered additional opportunities by the Toronto Public Health (TPH) starting this week to initiate or catch up on their school immunization program vaccines at local school clinics.

New York City Police release image of "person of interest" involved in subway shooting incident

The New York  Police Department has released an image of a "person of interest" in connection with the  Brooklyn subway shooting incident that left over 20 people injured.

At least 13 injured in shooting at New York's Brooklyn subway station

New York/IBNS: At least 13 people were injured after a suspect unleashed gunfire on a subway train in New York's Brooklyn during Tuesday morning rush hour,  the New York Fire Department said.