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Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia halts all medical treatment for citizens in Canada

Riyadh's move comes after Ottawa denounced a crackdown on human rights activists in the kingdom.

Inside Story

What is behind the Saudi-Canadian row?

Saudi Arabia is accusing Canada of interference after Ottawa demanded the release of rights activists.

Opinion

Putting the spat between Saudi Arabia and Canada in context

The unexpected diplomatic feud between Canada and Saudi Arabia exposes the fragility of the latter's reform agenda.

Bill Law

by Bill Law

Bill Law

Saudi Arabia

Saudi group apologises after airliner post resembling 9/11

Tweet showing an aircraft heading towards Toronto's CN Tower with a warning deleted after social media backlash.

Saudi group apologises after airliner post resembling 9/11

Canada

Saudi state airline suspends Toronto flights

Riyadh also recalls its envoy and suspends trade deals after Canada's foreign ministry denounced jailing of activists.

Canada

Toronto gun violence: Politicians call for ban on all handguns

Some are beginning to describe a 'summer of the gun' in Toronto as murder and gun crime rates are double what they were the previous year.

Canada

Toronto gun violence: 'A product of what we didn't do right'

Activists say community-led initiatives and socioeconomic opportunities, not more police, key to ending gun violence.

Toronto gun violence: 'A product of what we didn't do right'

Canada

Two dead, 13 wounded after gunman opens fire in Toronto

Mass shooting hits Greektown neighbourhood of Canada's largest city; assailant among the dead after police shootout.

Canada: Two dead, 13 wounded in Toronto mass shooting

Opinion

Will Trump's tariffs push the EU and China closer together?

Both the EU and China have vowed to respond to Trump's protectionist policies.

J Berkshire Miller

by J Berkshire Miller

J Berkshire Miller

Opinion

The problem with male feminists

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a perfect example of the problem with men's self-proclaimed feminism.

Meghan Murphy

by Meghan Murphy

Meghan Murphy

Canada

Canadians call on Trudeau to follow through with support for Gaza

Canada's PM has expressed support in written statements but has failed to follow through with action, critics say.

Canadians call on Trudeau to follow through with support for Gaza

Business & Economy

Tariffs: What they are and how they will work

With the world's two largest economies slapping tariffs on each other, it looks as if a trade war has arrived.

Inside Story

What do Trump's tariffs mean for global institutions?

US imposes $34bn worth of tariffs on Chinese imports, while China responds with its own tariffs of equal value.

US & Canada

Canada strikes back with tariffs on US imports

Ottawa's duties came in response to Washington's tariffs on steel and aluminium, sparking fears of an escalating trade war.

Canada

Quebec court extends suspension of law banning face veils

Implementing Bill 62, passed last year, would cause 'irreparable harm to Muslim women', judge rules.

Quebec court extends suspension of law banning face veils