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Canada offers up to C$40b to compensate indigenous children
Canada has pledged up to C$40 billion ($31bn; £23.6bn) in compensation for indigenous children and families who suffered discrimination while in foster care.
Iran: Canada-drafted UN rights resolution lacks legal credibility
Iran condemned a United Nations resolution on the human rights situation in the country, urging Canada, which is among the co-sponsors of the motion, to end its genocide of indigenous people and complicity in the Israeli regime’s crimes against the Palestinians instead of focusing on human rights in other countries.
Canada remembers horrors inflicted on Indigenous peoples
Canada commemorated a century of injustices against its Indigenous populations in the first ever National Day of Truth and Reconciliation on Thursday, following shocking discoveries of hundreds of unmarked graves at former Indigenous residential schools.
China says Canada should 'draw a lesson' from Huawei executive case
The release of Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou shows China's strength and Canada “should not have done the dirty work for the US, and should instead draw a lesson from it and act in line with its own interest”, China's Foreign Ministry said on Monday.
China says accusations against Huawei's chief ‘fabricated’
Huawei CFO freed after deal with US prosecutors
Canada’s Trudeau vows cooperation with opponents after bid for majority fails
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday acknowledged he will need to work with other parties after he fell short of winning a majority in parliamentary elections, leaving him once more dependent on opposition legislators to govern.
Chinese court sentences Canadian to 11 years on spying charges
Trudeau condemns ‘unacceptable, unjust’ jailing
Iran-Canada film ‘Botox’ to participate in Amman festival
A co-production between Iran and Canada, ‘Botox,’ directed by Kaveh Mazaheri, is to take part in the competition section of Amman International Film Festival, in Jordan, from August 23 to 31.
Protesters demand probe into Canada indigenous schools
Hundreds of protesters in Canada's capital called on Saturday for a probe into a boarding school system for indigenous children, as outrage built after the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at several of the facilities.
Indigenous people: Over 160 unmarked graves found in Canada
Indigenous people in Canada belonging to Penelakut Tribe in British Columbia's Southern Gulf Islands said they have found more than 160 "undocumented and unmarked" graves in the area, which was also once home to the Kuper Island Residential School.
Woman shares adorable video of delivering ice to otters in Canada
A video of a woman delivering ice to a group of otters went viral this morning.
Queen Victoria, Elizabeth II statues toppled in Canada amid anger at deaths of indigenous children
Statues of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II have been toppled in Canada amid growing outrage over the discovery of unmarked graves belonging to indigenous children.
Scores dead as record-breaking heat wave grips Canada, US
Scores of deaths in Canada's Vancouver area are likely linked to a grueling heat wave, authorities said Tuesday, as the country recorded its highest ever temperature amid scorching conditions that extended to the US Pacific Northwest.

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