Canadians support ban on handguns

More than half of Canadians support a ban on the sale of handguns to the general public, according to a poll by Nanos Survey on behalf of CTV News. The probe unveiled Monday shows that 48% of Canadians are in favor of banning the possession of guns, while 19% of respondents were rather in agreement […]

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Trump threatens to exclude Canada from NAFTA

Washington | Donald Trump repeated Saturday his threat to expel Canada from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), after the suspension of tough trade negotiations that largely stalled on his intransigence. “There is no political necessity to keep Canada in a new NAFTA agreement. If we do not reach a good deal after decades of abuse, […]

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Saudi Residents to Stay in Canada

A little more than a thousand Saudi resident doctors who are studying in Canada could finally stay in Canada, the Globe and Mail revealed Monday evening. According to the newspaper, the 1053 medical residents in university hospitals in the country have received a letter from the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education stating that they can […]

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Canada ends lottery for family reunification

Canada announced Monday the end of the lottery system for foreign parents or grandparents wishing to join their children who have immigrated to that country, returning to its previous policy of first come, first served. Ottawa had modified the operation of family reunification at the end of 2017, in favor of a draw system immediately […]

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Trump damaged Canada-US relations, believes Couillard

STOWE | Canada-US relations have been damaged by the attacks of President Donald Trump, said Philippe Couillard during a meeting with US governors in Vermont. “From our point of view, our relationship has become more fragile. We are allies, we fought together. Recently, our children fought terrorism together. We did not expect this kind of relationship from our neighbor, […]

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