Liberal's Justin Trudeau has again been crowned as Canada's Prime Minister but misses the majority on September 21. Meanwhile, Trudeau said, "Thank you, Canda -- for casting your vote, for putting your trust in the liberal team.'' Reportedly, a party needs 170 seats out of 338 to win the majority in the house of commons but Trudeau's rival and conservative leader Erin O'Toole conceded defeat.
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During a political campaign on September 6, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau was attacked with stones by some protestors in Ontario in connection with his upcoming elections. Besides, several protests are being organized against him after he announced the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination. However, many journalists were also injured in the attack but no serious injuries have been reported.
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Justice Mahmud Jamal, the first official SC's Judge who belongs to a minority background in the history of Canada. However, Jamal was appointed on June 15 by the PM Justin Trudeau. Earlier, the PM had said, "We know people are facing systemic discrimination, unconscious bias and anti-black racism every single day," Besides, the 54-year-old has served as a judge at Ontario's Court of Appeal since 2019.
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A "premeditated" truck attack killed three and gravely injured one from a Muslim family in Ontario, Canada. Reportedly, the 20-year-old suspect was arrested from a nearby mall on the day of the incident, crashed the family with a pickup truck, killing three generations of the same family. Suspected to be an anti-Muslim hate crime, the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also tweeted to be horrified.
Canada has decided to ban the entry of all international students to Ontario as the province has been hit by the third wave of COVID-19. However, Ontario is the only province to request this measure. Initially students were permitted to enter the country with special passes to attend universities. Notably, in 2020, there were 5,30,540 foreign students in Canada, according to the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE).
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The Canada government on April 27 announced that it would provide a financial aid of Rs 60 crore to India as a part of COVID assistance. The donation will be transferred from Canadian Red Cross to the Indian Red Cross Society. Besides, oxygen concentrators, ventilators, and pharma products are also on the assistance list. "We are there to support in any way we can," said Canadian PM Justin Trudeau.
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A group of former Indian diplomats on December 14 wrote an open letter condemning Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's comments on farmers' protest. They highlighted that Canada had criticized India at WTO for its MSP system but now it was otherwise. The letter stated that PM Justin's comments were made for "vote bank politics in Canada". The ex-diplomats also criticised Justin Trudeau for taking no actions against the Khalistani elements present in… read-more
After Canadian PM Justin Trudeau had commented the ongoing Farmers' Protest, India has expressed its agitations. Reportedly, the Canadian High Commissioner has been informed by the External Affairs Ministry that the comments made by the Canadian diplomats was an "unacceptable interference" in India's internal affairs. Moreover, EAM has warned the High Commissioner that a recurrence would spoil the bilateral relations. Earlier, a few Canadian… read-more
Worrying over Indian Farmer's Protest, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau said that Canada will always defend the rights of peaceful protests. "Canada believes in a dialogue process and has always sorted to Indian authorities over Punjab and Sikh issues," he added. Having significant Sikh population, several other Sikh Canadian parliamentarians including the Defence Minister Harjit Singh showed their concern over the ongoing farmers agitation.
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Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, said on July 8, that the country has handled coronavirus outbreak better than many of its allies, including US. So far, Canada has recorded 106,167 cases and 8,711 deaths, while the US has crossed 3 million cases with 131,000 deaths. “We were able to control the virus better than many of our allies, particularly including our neighbor,” he said.
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