Toronto police say hijab-cutting incident didn’t happen

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Police are disputing an 11-year-old girl’s claim that her hijab was cut by a scissors-wielding man as she walked to school last week. Toronto Police spokesman Mark Pugash said Monday an extensive investigation was conducted and police concluded it did not happen. The sixth-grader, her mother and her younger brother held a news conference at Pauline Johnson Junior Public School on Friday to air the allegation. ALSO READ: Canada schoolgirl attacked with scissors over hijab The girl, Khawlah ...

Iranian-Canadians call for regime change in solidarity with brethren at home

Monday, 8 January 2018

In an emotionally-charged rally attended by a slew of Conservative and Liberal Canadian politicians, hundreds of Iranian Canadians on Sunday called for “regime change” in Iran. They also raised slogans, condemning Iran’s “brutal theocracy” and skewed policies in the region. The vociferous crowd filled a 389-seat conference room at the North York Civil Centre in northern Toronto, with many attendees proudly carrying the old Iranian flags, reflecting nostalgia for a ...

Got 24 hours in Toronto? Delight in fresh food and chilled out walks

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

While Toronto might draw a blank on some faces, as the capital of eastern province Ontario, for Canadian’s it’s a big deal

Canadian pilots face drink-related charges in Scotland

Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Canadian airline Air Transat had earlier said that Monday’s flight had been rescheduled and passengers put up in hotels

Toronto-based filmmaker freed from Iran jail: family

Sunday, 10 April 2016

Mostafa Azizi has been released in Tehran one year into a eight-year prison term

Canadian companies' profits hurt by oil price rout

Sunday, 24 January 2016

The oil price rout and related Canadian dollar slide that is ravaging the country’s economy is starting to take its toll on corporate profits

Aylan Kurdi’s relatives go to Canada to rebuild

Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Canadian media showed the boy's aunt Tima Kurdi, who now lives in Vancouver after emigrating to Canada in 1992, in tears

Canada’s marijuana industry lights up as legalization loo‎ms

Saturday, 26 December 2015

Using cannabis for medicinal purposes in Canada has been legal under certain conditions since 2001

Ex-Guantanamo inmate detained in Toronto

Thursday, 5 November 2015

Benchellali, who is now an anti-extremism activist, was set to attend a conference in Canada on preventing radicalization in prisons

Canada PM appeals for support as rival leads before vote

Monday, 19 October 2015

Fighting for a rare fourth term as prime minister, Harper used a rally in Newmarket-Aurora, just north of Toronto, to again tout his economic track record

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