Police charge man in Canada shooting
12 August 2018 | 2:00 pm
Police charged 48-year-old Matthew Vincent Raymond with four counts of first degree murder in the deaths of four people, including two police officers, and identified the civilians killed in a shooting on Friday in the eastern Canadian city of Fredericton.
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Two tourists charged with vandalism for spray painting graffiti on a wall in northern Thailand face up to 10 years in prison if found guilty, police said on Thursday.
31 Oct 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday received the Governor General Of Canada, Julie Payette. Ms Payette was received at the courtyard of the Presidential Villa in Abuja, alongside officials in her entourage.
23 Nov 2018
Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau unveiled the most fiscal support for Canadian businesses Wednesday since taking power, as his country grapples with trade uncertainty, plunging oil prices and U.S. tax cuts.
12 Dec 2018
Huawei Technologies Co. Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou was granted bail by a Canadian court, allowing the executive to stay in her Vancouver home as she awaits a possible extradition to the U.S. over fraud charges
23 Dec 2018
China's foreign ministry said on Wednesday that detained NGO worker Michael Kovrig could have broken the law since his employer, the International Crisis Group (ICG) is not legally registered in China.
13 Dec 2018
Canada's Foreign Ministry says another Canadian has gone missing in China, signaling the latest in growing tensions between the two nations since the arrest of a Chinese executive in Vancouver.
13 Jan 2019
The village of Roddickton-Bide Arm is grappling with dozens of stranded seals who are blocking roads and businesses. Canadian law bars citizens from approaching marine mammals.
10 Mar 2019
Frances Donald, head of macroeconomic strategy at Manulife Asset Management, discusses the Canadian economy and job growth over the past two months. She speaks on BNN Bloomberg.
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China has stopped accepting shipments of meat from Canada after food inspections revealed residue of a restricted feed additive. Canadian authorities are investigating the case, which coincides with a diplomatic dispute.
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A high-ranking RCMP officer has been arrested for attempting to disclose classified information to a foreign entity. The man's arrest is connected to a major Russian corruption case.
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