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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a news conference at May’s Group of Seven summit in Hiroshima.
COMMENTARY / Japan
Nov 28, 2023
Canada's path to pragmatic Indo-Pacific engagement
As part of Canada’s Indo-Pacific pivot, we have already seen its relations and cooperation with Japan deepen.
A protest is held in Toronto on Sept. 25, a week after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised the prospect of New Delhi's involvement in the murder of Sikh separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia
COMMENTARY / World
Nov 27, 2023
India’s denials of Sikh separatist plots ring hollow
Now that the U.S. is also raising concerns about New Delhi-orchestrated plots against Sikh separatists, why are many Indians reacting with a shrug?
Bengals quarterback Jake Browning passes against the Ravens in the third quarter of their game at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium on Nov. 16.
MORE SPORTS / Football
Nov 23, 2023
Bengals and Steelers in transition heading into division showdown
Two teams undergoing significant midseason changes and turmoil will collide when when the Cincinnati Bengals host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
A vehicle burns at the Rainbow Bridge U.S. border crossing with Canada, in Niagara Falls, New York, on Wednesday.
WORLD / Crime & Legal
Nov 23, 2023
Fiery car crash at U.S.-Canada border kills two
Federal and state authorities said investigators had found no evidence of an act of terror.
Demonstrators protest outside an Indian consulate in Canada on Sept. 25 after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised the prospect of New Delhi's involvement in the murder of a Sikh separatist leader there. Now U.S. officials say they have thwarted a similar plot.
WORLD
Nov 23, 2023
U.S. thwarted plot to kill Sikh separatist in America
The U.S. is treating the plot with utmost seriousness and has raised the issue with the India "at the senior-most levels," the White House said.
Former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig
WORLD / Politics
Nov 21, 2023
Canadian claims he was used by Ottawa for gathering intel in China
Beijing's 2018 to 2021 detentions of Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig had plunged bilateral relations into a deep freeze.
A banner with the image of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar at the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara temple, in Surrey, British Columbia, on Sept. 20
ASIA PACIFIC / Politics / ANALYSIS
Nov 6, 2023
India-Canada diplomatic rift remains bitter despite some visa easing
Mutual recriminations over the murder of a Canadian Sikh separatist leader from Punjab state have strained ties between the two countries.
People stand next to a board promoting military service in Donetsk, Russian-controlled Ukraine, on Oct. 11. A Brooklyn man and a Montreal couple have been charged with attempting to smuggle tech to Russia to support the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine.
WORLD / Crime & Legal
Nov 1, 2023
U.S. and Canadian defendants charged for tech exports to Russia
Some of the electronics were later recovered from helicopters, missiles, tanks and other Russian equipment seized in Ukraine.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the House of Commons in Ottawa on Oct. 3
WORLD / Politics
Oct 24, 2023
China-linked 'spamouflage' targeted Canadian PM and lawmakers
The campaign, using networks of new and hijacked social media accounts to post bulk messages, took place in August and September.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Minister Melanie Joly during an event in Ottawa on Wednesday.
WORLD
Oct 21, 2023
Trudeau says many countries worried after India ousts Canada envoys
The diplomatic row is the latest escalation since Trudeau accused India of helping to orchestrate the killing of a Sikh separatist in Canada.
A Tesla Supercharger station in Concord, California.
BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 20, 2023
Toyota to adopt Tesla charger for North American EV models
The decision taken by Toyota could solidify Tesla's technology as a de facto standard for all-electric vehicles sold in the U.S.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at a news conference on the sidelines of the Group of 20 Leaders Summit in New Delhi in September.
ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Oct 20, 2023
Two-thirds of Canadian diplomats leave India over dispute
Canada relocated 41 staff from its embassy and consulates in the country, leaving only 21 behind.
A Chinese air force fighter jet is parked at the China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, or Airshow China, in Zhuhai, China, last November.
ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Oct 17, 2023
'Aggressive' Chinese fighter jets spook Canadian plane on U.N. mission
A Chinese air force fighter jet cut off a Canadian patrol plane, dropping flares in its path, according to military officials.
Japanese and Canadian government officials sign a memorandum of cooperation in Ottawa on Sept. 21 to strengthen electric vehicle batteries supply chains.
BUSINESS
Oct 15, 2023
Envoy urges Japan investment in EV battery project with Canada
Ottawa is calling on more Japanese companies to invest in the Canadian development of critical minerals used in electric vehicle batteries.
Volunteers work at a Salvation Army mobile health clinic in Montreal on Sept. 22. Canada, despite being a wealthy nation, is gripped by a surge in homelessness that has seen thousands of people living in the streets after being priced out of real estate and rental markets.
WORLD / Society
Oct 5, 2023
Homelessness explodes in Canada as rents and housing prices soar
Researchers warn government data is vastly underestimating the number of homeless across the country.
Yoshitake Kanda (second from right) and his family members are pictured with two officials from the Canadian Embassy in Japan at a memorial dedicated to Lt. Robert Hampton Gray in Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, in August.
JAPAN / History
Oct 5, 2023
Memorial forges bonds between WWII pilot's family and Tohoku town
Today, there is hope that a friendship forged between Japan and Canada, once enemies, will continue into future generations.
U.S. President Joe Biden (left), Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of Australia (center left), Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan (center right) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India (right) participate in a Quad Leaders' meeting on May 20 in Hiroshima.
ASIA PACIFIC
Oct 5, 2023
U.S. deepening intelligence links across Asia to counter China
Washington has developed a set of separate but overlapping partnerships including with the "Quad” grouping of the U.S., India, Japan and Australia.
The Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara temple where Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar was killed in June in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
WORLD / Politics / FOCUS
Oct 4, 2023
India's spies infiltrated West long before Canada's murder claim
Canada's recent allegations have thrust India's secretive Research and Analysis Wing into the global spotlight.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi address a joint meeting of Congress at the Capitol in Washington in June.
ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Oct 1, 2023
Modi’s Hindu nationalism stokes tension in Indian diaspora
Canadian and U.S. universities have become battlegrounds for critics and defenders of Hindu nationalism, punctuated by threats of violence and even death.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the crowd as he arrives at a Bhartiya Janta Party gathering in Ahmedabad on Tuesday.
WORLD
Sep 30, 2023
Murder claim in Canada is only helping India's Modi at home
India has gone on the offensive since Canadian leader Justin Trudeau accused Modi’s government of orchestrating the murder of a Sikh priest.

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