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Canada's Trudeau backs opposition leader kicked out of Parliament in racism rowCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday backed the leader of an opposition party who was ejected from the House of Commons for branding a member of another party a racist and refusing to..
Canada to present fiscal snapshot on July 8, too early for full update, PM Trudeau saysThe Canadian government will unveil a "fiscal and economic snapshot" on July 8 to help show much money it has spent combating the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday.
Canada to extend income support by eight weeks, U.S. border to remain closed, Trudeau saysCanada will extend by eight weeks federal income support for those who lost their jobs amid the COVID-19 outbreak, and the border with the United States will remain closed to non-essential travel, the..
Canada to extend income support for jobless during pandemic: TrudeauCanada will extend the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) income support that was brought in to help people get through temporary job losses caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, Prime Minister Justin..
Canada's Trudeau calls arrest video of indigenous leader 'shocking'Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday that newly released video showing a forceful arrest of a Canadian indigenous leader was "shocking," saying it raised serious questions.
Canada to mandate temperature checks for airline passengers, Trudeau saysCanada will make it a requirement to take airline passengers' temperatures before they fly and anyone with a fever will not be allowed to travel, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday.
Canada's Trudeau wants body cameras for police, cites lack of public trustCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday said he wanted police forces across the country to wear body cameras to help overcome what he said was public distrust in the forces of law and order.
'Stand up to Trump!' Canada protesters shout to Trudeau who kneels at anti-racism rallyCanadian protesters chanted "Stand up to Trump!" to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he joined thousands at an anti-racism rally on Friday and took a knee alongside protesters.
Trudeau says discrimination by Canada police must end, after indigenous woman killedDiscrimination by Canadian police against indigenous people and people of color "needs to end," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday, after police officers shot and killed an indigenous woman..
Canada's Trudeau, backed by rivals for now, has little chance to cash in on popularity boostCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is soaring in the polls amid widespread approval of his handling of the coronavirus pandemic but has little chance of cashing in soon on his popularity with..
Canada's Trudeau, opposition leaders vow to fight racism at homeCanadian Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his rivals in the opposition vowed on Monday to fight racism at home as violent protests continued in the United States following the death of a black..
Russia not welcome at G7, Canada's Trudeau saysCanada does not support Russia's return to the Group of Seven, proposed by U.S. President Donald Trump over the weekend, because Moscow continues to flout international law, Prime Minister Justin..
Canada says Russia should remain outside of the G7: PM TrudeauCanada does not support Russia's return to the Group of Seven, as U.S. President Donald Trump proposed over the weekend, because it continues to flout international law, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau..
Canada vows changes in senior care after military shines spotlight on shortfallsCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday vowed to help provincial authorities revamp the country's senior care system after soldiers helping in nursing homes in Ontario and Quebec reported..
Canada's Trudeau says 'significant' health questions remain about in-person G7 meetingCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday that there are still many health-related questions to be answered before he can say whether he will attend a face-to-face G7 meeting that..
Canadian soldiers witness 'deeply disturbing' scenes in seniors' residences: PMCanadian soldiers helping to manage the coronavirus outbreak in seniors' residences have witnessed some "deeply disturbing" scenes, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday, adding he was shocked..
Canada 'concerned' about the situation in Hong Kong, calls for dialogue: PM TrudeauCanada is concerned about China's proposal to impose national security laws on Hong Kong and called for real dialogue in order to de-escalate tensions, the prime minister said on Friday.
China does not seem to understand independence of Canada's judiciary: TrudeauChina does not appear to understand that Canada's judiciary is independent, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday, taking a rare public swipe at Beijing at a time when bilateral ties are poor.
Canada, U.S. to extend travel ban; Trump muses about cattle blockCanada and the United States have agreed to extend a ban on non-essential travel between the two nations by another 30 days as part of the fight against the coronavirus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau..
Canada, U.S. agree to 30-day extension of ban on non-essential travel: PM TrudeauCanada and the United States have agreed to extend a ban on non-essential travel between the two nations by another 30 days as part of the fight against the coronavirus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau..
Canada's Trudeau: world has changed even if pandemic ends, vaccine foundCanadians should accept the world will change even if a vaccine is found and the coronavirus pandemic ends, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday, urging people to adjust to a new..
Canada coronavirus death toll passes 5,000, Trudeau wants seniors' care reformThe Canadian coronavirus death toll passed the 5,000 mark on Tuesday and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said major reforms were needed to seniors' residences, where more than 80% of the victims lived.
Trudeau warns premature reopening could send Canada 'back into confinement'Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned that if provinces move too quickly to reopen their economies, a flare-up of the coronavirus pandemic could send Canada "back into confinement this summer."
'You deserve a raise': Canada to help fund pay hikes for essential workersCanada and the country's 10 provinces will boost pay for essential workers such as employees in seniors' residences, which are linked to 80% of coronavirus deaths, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on..
Canada, provinces agree to boost wages of essential workers, Trudeau saysCanada and the 10 provinces have agreed to boost the pay of essential workers such as those working in seniors' residences, where many coronavirus cases have occurred, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau..
Canadian province of Quebec starts gradually reopening, Trudeau maintains cautionThe major Canadian province of Quebec, among the worst hit by the coronavirus, started gradually restarting its economy on Monday while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau maintained his cautious stance.
Canada's coronavirus death toll edges up, Trudeau vows more funding for mental healthCanada's daily coronavirus death toll edged up by under 5% on Sunday in another sign the outbreak has peaked and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised additional funding for mental healthcare..
Canada bans assault-style weapons in aftermath of mass shootingCanada is banning the sale of military-grade assault weapons in the aftermath of the country's deadliest mass shooting two weeks ago, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday.
Canadian military helicopter crashes in sea off Greece; 1 dead, 5 missingOne body has been recovered and five people are missing after a Canadian military helicopter crashed in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Greece on Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on..
Canada province hit worst by coronavirus preps restart plans, Trudeau cautiousQuebec, the Canadian province hit hardest by the coronavirus outbreak, is set on Tuesday to announce plans for restarting its economy, paving the way for companies like Bombardier Inc to gradually..
Canada's top medical official says encouraged by slowing coronavirus tollCanada's top medical official said on Sunday she was encouraged the coronavirus death toll was slowing while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said isolation measures to fight the outbreak should remain..
Plans to restart Canadian economy do not hinge on coronavirus ‘immunity’ levels, Trudeau saysPlans underway to restart the economies of Canadian provinces do not depend on presuming people who become infected with coronavirus develop immunity to it, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said..
'We are failing our grandparents' Canada's Trudeau says as COVID-19 hammers nursing homesCanada is failing its seniors as officials struggle to contain fatal outbreaks of the novel coronavirus in long-term care homes across the country, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.
Death toll in Canada mass shooting rises to 18, Trudeau saysThe death toll from the worst mass shooting in Canadian history has risen to 18, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday, including a police officer and the gunman.
Canadian coronavirus data trending in right direction, shutdowns to continue: PMThe number of people with the new coronavirus in Canada is trending in the right direction but strict physical distancing will need to stay in place, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Sunday.
Canada, U.S. extend border restrictions 30 days to control coronavirus spreadCanada and the United States have agreed to extend border restrictions for another 30 days to help control the spread of coronavirus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Saturday.
Canada offers C$2.5 bln in aid for hard-hit energy sector; death toll hits 1,250Canada will invest C$2.5 billion ($1.8 billion) in measures to help the hard-hit oil and gas industry survive during the nation's coronavirus outbreak, which has killed 1,250 people, Prime Minister..
Canada to keep border restrictions with U.S. for a 'significant' time, Trudeau saysCanada's border restrictions with the United States will remain in place "for a significant amount of time" as the two countries fight the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on..
Trudeau says 'more normal' phase of Canada's coronavirus fight could come in summerCanadian life could soon return to a semblance of normality if people bear down now to stop the spread of the coronavirus, but the risk of resurgence will remain until a vaccine is developed, Prime..
Canada to press U.S. further on medical supplies, Trudeau saysCanada will keep up efforts to persuade the United States not to block the export of medical supplies to fight the coronavirus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday, while the energy-producing..
Canada needs to do more to ensure flow of U.S. medical supplies: TrudeauCanada needs to do more to persuade Washington not to block medical supplies from flowing across the border, even though U.S. officials have allowed the export of 500,000 masks, Prime Minister Justin..
Canada PM says will not retaliate against U.S. over block of mask exportsCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he would not retaliate for U.S. President Donald Trump blocking 3M Co's exports of N95 respirator masks that protect doctors and nurses from the spread of..