Canada will establish and staff a field hospital in Iraq as a part of its contribution to the expected battle for Mosul, a report said.
“As part of our ongoing commitment, Canada will soon deploy up to 60 medical personnel w
Fire raged unchecked through the Canadian city of Fort McMurray overnight as authorities raced to complete the evacuation of its population of 80,000, fearful that hot, dry winds forecast for Wednesday would further fan the flames.
The Canadian government is eager to consider joining the pension fund Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec in investing in a new public transport light rail network in Montreal, the third-largest of its kind in the world, Prime Minister Justin
Iran plans to export seafood, including caviar and shrimp, to the US and Canada in the Iranian year to March 2017, a senior official said in a report.
There is no obstacle in the export of seafood products to the US, Hassan Salehi
Dubai WoodShow 2016, the Middle East’s Leading platform for wood and woodworking machinery, organised a networking event at The Armani hotel in Dubai.
The awards were presented by Dawood Al Shezawi, the chief executive of St
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has welcomed Fatma Al Mehairi as the new general manager for Canada.
Al Mehairi is the first female Emirati to be named general manager of a region at the airline. In total, more th
Top Canadian ministry officials recently hosted a business breakfast in Dubai, UAE to discuss the investment and trade opportunities between the Gulf and the Canadian province of Ontario.
The meeting was hosted by the Ontario Mini
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada would pull out six jets that have been bombing targets in Iraq and Syria, ending a controversial combat role in the fight against Islamic State.
Trudeau's Liberals won an elec
Canada confirmed for the first time on Tuesday that it plans to lift its sanctions on Tehran and said that if Airbus is allowed to sell to Iran, then its aircraft maker Bombardier Inc should be allowed to export there as well.
Five people were killed and two critically injured in a school shooting in a remote part of Saskatchewan on Friday and a suspect is in custody, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.
Trudeau did not give a motivation for the