Fredericton: At least four people were killed in a shooting in the eastern Canadian city of Fredericton, New Brunswick,  media reports said. more
Canada: Two dead, 14 injured in Toronto shooting

Toronto: At least one person died, while, 14 others sustained injuries as a shooter opened fire in Canada's Toronto city on Sunday.

Canada legalises use of recreational marijuana

Ottawa: After years of debate, the Canadian parliament has passed a nationwide law legalising the use of recreational marijuana or cannabis, reports said on Wednesday.

24 Chinese tourists injured in Canada bus mishap

Ottawa: A bus carrying 37 Chinese tourists crashed on a highway leading to the Canadian capital of Ottawa on Monday, leaving at least 24 people injured, media reports said.

Canada: 15 injured after suspects detonate bomb inside Mississauga restaurant

Mississauga: At least 15 people were injured in an explosion which took place at a restaurant in Mississauga, Ontario on Thursday night, media reports said.

US leaders condole loss of lives in Toronto van attack

New York/Washington/Toronto: The United States (US) on Tuesday stood beside people of Canada at a time the country witnessed a massacre as a white van mounted the kerb and struck several ...

Canada not ready for driverless cars yet, Senate report says

Ottawa: Senate Committee on Transportation and Communication reported last week that Canada was not prepared for the driverless cars, media reports said.

CMA wants Health Canada, not industry, to design marijuana labelling

Ottawa: Designing marijuana packaging and product labelling --  an important way to educate consumers, especially young people about the risks of using marijuana- should be left to f ...

Canada: Frozen body of woman found on Winnipeg street raises question about lack of services for addicts

Winnipeg, Jan 5 (JEN): A woman was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Canada's Manitoba province on Dec 28.

Joshua Boyle: Rescued from Taliban clutches, Canadian man faces multiple charges; Arrested

Toronto, Jan 3 (JEN): Rescued from Taliban captivity after five years, Canadian Joshua Boyle is facing several charges and has been arrested by local police, reports said.