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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will take part in the G20 summit expected to take place in Bali in November, even if Russian President Vladimir Putin goes too. Trudeau says he expects all G7 countries to take part even if Russia remains a full-fledged member of the G20.
Director Taika Waititi says it made sense "aesthetically and financially" to have Thor naked in the latest instalment. (July 1)
MONTREAL — A Quebec housing advocacy group says it's worried there will be a record number of households left without somewhere to live on the province’s July 1 moving day. “On the eve of July 1, in Quebec, we count 750 renter households that have not found housing,” said Véronique Laflamme, a spokeswoman for the Front d'action populaire en réaménagement urbain, in an interview. That estimate is based on requests for aid received by municipal housing offices in the province, Laflamme said, and c
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, writer-director Rian Johnson's follow-up to his whodunit hit Knives Out, will premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. The Canadian festival announced Wednesday that Glass Onion will make its world premiere at the 47th edition of TIFF, running Sept. 8-18. Knives Out also launched in Toronto, in 2019. While Knives Out was released by Lionsgate, Netflix last year bought two sequels for $450 million US. The streamer will release the film in lat
Two Moncton-area emergency departments will be affected by staff shortages this holiday weekend. Sackville Memorial Hospital's emergency department will be closed Thursday night until Saturday morning, due to a physician shortage, the Horizon Health Network announced. And the Vitalité Health Network is requesting the public to limit their visits to the emergency department of Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre in Moncton from Friday through Monday, except in cases of an emergency,
Ukraine says overnight strikes hit residential areas in Odesa region, killing 19, a day after Russian forces left Snake Island in what Moscow called a "goodwill gesture".View on euronews
On this day in weather history, the Battle of Gettysburg began on a sunny and warm day.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ended his meeting with NATO military alliance leaders in Madrid by announcing more military aid for Ukraine. Trudeau says Canada is in the final stages of talks to supply Ukraine with up to 39 armoured combat support vehicles to help it fight off Russia.
Delays at the Trudeau Airport propelled by labour shortages in the aviation industry have made travel for those relying on Quebec's regional airlines nearly impossible. Vanessa Schneider had planned to fly with her children to visit family in her hometown of Sept-Îles, Que., last Thursday, but gave up after her Air Canada flight was cancelled four nights in a row. She's just one of thousands of travellers over recent weeks at the airport who've encountered repeated cancellations and lost luggage
U.S. President Joe Biden says his administration will soon provide another $800 million in security assistance for Ukraine to fight Russia’s invasion. (June 30)
Canadian health officials are urging people to be sure to get their third or fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose, especially with an expected case surge in the summer or fall.
President Joe Biden says the Supreme Court's decision ending a constitutional right to abortion is “destabilizing” and that he supports changing Senate rules to codify nationwide abortion protections. (June 30)
Highlights of this day in history: Continental Congress votes to break away from Britain; Civil Rights Act signed; Amelia Earhart disappears; President James Garfield shot; Author Ernest Hemingway commits suicide; Actor Jimmy Stewart dies. (July 2)
Snow falls in Sydney for young Tasmanian Devils
9-1-1 dispatchers say they're facing forced overtime to meet minimum staffing levels this long weekend. Emergency Communications Professionals of BC President Donald Grant discusses the impact with Jennifer Palma.
Drone images capture the aftermath of deadly Russian missile strikes near Odesa. At least 19 people were killed after Russian airstrikes hit the residential area, Ukrainian authorities say.
Prohibitive property prices, spiralling rents, speculation and evictions. Lisbon once again finds itself in the midst of a housing crisis. Euronews' Julian Gomez investigates what it means for residents and asks what the authorities are doing to combat it. View on euronews
Summer travel is underway across the globe, but a full recovery from two years of coronavirus could last as long as the pandemic itself. (July 1)
The U.S. Justice Department has launched a probe of the New York Police Department's famed sex crimes investigators following years of complaints about the way they treat crime victims. (June 30)
This summer, visitors in southern Ontario have a new way to see the spectacular Niagara Falls. Niagara Parks Power Station has opened its new attraction, The Tunnel. Guests can ride a glass-panelled elevator 180 feet (54 metres) below the main generating hall and walk the 2,200-foot (670 metres) long tunnel that winds through the former hydro-electric station to an outdoor viewing platform where a breathtaking scene awaits. Take a look at the views of both the American Falls and the Canadian Hor