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Canada introduces law to freeze handgun sales
Canada's government introduced legislation to implement a "national freeze" on the sale and purchase of handguns as part of a gun control package that would also limit magazine capacities and ban some toys that look like guns.
Russia bans more US, Canadian officials from entering
Russia said it had so far banned 963 Americans from entering the country – including previously announced moves against US President Joe Biden and other top officials – and would continue to retaliate against “hostile” US actions.
China condemns Canada's Huawei 5G ban over 'groundless' security risks
Beijing hit out at Canada for banning telecoms giants Huawei and ZTE from Canadian 5G networks on Friday, calling Ottawa's concerns for security risks "groundless" and warning of retribution.
Iran’s ‘Reset’ to participate in Canada’s Grand River Film Festival
Iranian filmmaker Mohammadreza Lotfi’s feature film ‘Reset’ will participate in the Competition Section of the 14th edition of the Grand River Film Festival (GRFF) in Canada from May 11 to 15.
Report calls out rising extremism in Canada military
The number of white supremacists and other violent extremists within Canada's military is growing at an "alarming rate" and commanders are not doing enough to root it out, a report said Monday.
Canada inflation surges to fresh 30-year high
Canada's annual inflation rate accelerated in February to hit a fresh 30-year high, with broad price gains hitting consumers at the gas pumps, in the grocery store and on housing, official data showed on Wednesday.
169 potential graves found at Canada Indigenous school site
Another First Nation community in Canada has uncovered potential graves at a former “residential school”, as the country continues to grapple with the scale of the “horror” that occurred at the assimilation institutions that Indigenous children were forced to attend for decades.
Canada lawmakers extend emergency powers for truck protests
Canadian lawmakers voted Monday night to extend the emergency powers that police can invoke to quell any potential restart of blockades by those opposed to COVID-19 restrictions.
Iran censures Canada’s suppression of peaceful protests
Kazem Gharibabadi, the Judiciary chief’s deputy for international affairs and secretary of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights denounced suppressing peaceful protests in Canada.
Canada’s protests settle down, but could echo in politics
Most of the streets around the Canadian Parliament are quiet now. The Ottawa protesters who vowed never to give up are largely gone, chased away by policemen in riot gear. The relentless blare of truckers’ horns has gone silent.
Canadian PM invokes emergency powers to quell trucker-led protests
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Monday invoked rarely-used emergency powers to bring an end to trucker-led protests against COVID health rules.
Police in Canada, France clash with COVID protesters
Canadian police on Saturday started clearing protesters blocking a bridge linking Canada and the United States and French police fired tear gas at demonstrators in Paris shortly after a "Freedom Convoy" protesting against COVID-19 restrictions made it into the capital.
PM warns blockade is causing ‘real harm to workers,’ as U.S. urges Canada to use federal powers
‘Freedom Convoy’ inspires protests in France
As protesters holed up in trucks continue to paralyze swaths of downtown Ottawa, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said late Thursday he had convened several meetings with cabinet ministers, local officials and opposition lawmakers in a bid to bring the blockade to an end and “denounce these illegal acts.”
Protests against vaccine mandates continue in Canada
Ex-U.S. envoy urges American groups to stop interfering in Canada affairs

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