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Canada's Huawei extradition ruling could unleash more Chinese backlash

29 May 2020

OTTAWA A Canadian court ruling that could permit the extradition of a senior Huawei Technologies Co Ltd executive to the United States leaves Canada vulnerable to further retaliation from Beijing, analysts said.

Canada's Huawei extradition ruling could unleash more Chinese backlash

28 May 2020

OTTAWA A Canadian court ruling that could permit the extradition of a senior Huawei Technologies Co Ltd executive to the United States leaves Canada vulnerable to further retaliation from Beijing, analysts said.

Canada province promises justice after nursing home patients left in dirty diapers

27 May 2020

TORONTO/OTTAWA Canada's most populous province on Tuesday promised justice after soldiers helping manage the coronavirus outbreak in nursing homes saw staff leaving people in soiled diapers and ignoring calls for help.

UPDATE 2-Canada province promises justice after nursing home patients left in dirty diapers

27 May 2020

TORONTO/OTTAWA, May 26 Canada's most populous province on Tuesday promised justice after soldiers helping manage the coronavirus outbreak in nursing homes saw staff leaving people in soiled diapers and ignoring calls for help.

Canadian soldiers witness 'deeply disturbing' scenes in seniors' residences - PM

26 May 2020

OTTAWA Canadian 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 and angry.

Bank of Canada head: inflation could return to target more slowly

25 May 2020

OTTAWA The Bank of Canada's policy framework is flexible enough to allow the inflation rate to climb back up to the bank's 2% target more slowly than on average, Governor Stephen Poloz said on Monday.

Canada's most populous province pleads with citizens to get tested for coronavirus

24 May 2020

OTTAWA, May 24 The premier of Ontario, Canada's most populous province, on Sunday pleaded with citizens who are worried they may have contracted the coronavirus to get tested, as officials try to prevent a surge in cases.

China does not seem to understand independence of Canada's judiciary - Trudeau

22 May 2020

OTTAWA China 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.

China doesn't seem to understand independence of Canada's judiciary - Trudeau

21 May 2020

OTTAWA, May 21 China 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.

Bank of Canada says downward pressure on inflation likely once shutdown ends

20 May 2020

OTTAWA The Bank of Canada thinks there is likely to be downward pressure on inflation once coronavirus-related shutdowns are lifted, a senior official said on Wednesday, a sign the Bank is in no rush to raise near-record low interest rates.

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