Spokesman Nicolas Doire says the department is aware two Canadians have been prevented from leaving the country, adding that Canadian consular officials in Malaysia are in contact with authorities. A magnitude 5. Search efforts for six missing climbers continued Sunday, after rescuers recovered 13 dead from a strong earthquake that had trapped scores of trekkers.
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The federal government is taking the relatively rare step of revoking Canadian citizenship from a Chinese man because he allegedly got it through a bogus marriage. The government is asking the Federal Court of Canada for a declaration that Yan Yang He fraudulently secured citizenship nine years ago. A statement of claim filed by the citizenship minister accuses He of concealing that he entered into a marriage of convenience with his former spouse, Lisa Marie Mills, in after coming to Canada as a student.
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Eli Lilly claims the decisions striking its patent for the drug Strattera — decisions that sided with Canadian generic drug company Apotex Inc. The company says it has exhausted all its avenues in the Canadian courts after the Supreme Court of Canada declined to hear its appeal earlier this year, leaving it no choice but to resort to NAFTA.
The conference, which continues Thursday, is co-hosted by Canada and Britain. Last year, Hunt said, nearly journalists were killed — more than twice the annual toll just a decade ago. Amal Clooney, a lawyer and activist who defended two Reuters reporters recently freed from jail in Myanmar, noted that Washington-based Freedom House, which publishes an annual report on world press freedom, recorded its 13th consecutive year of decline in its global freedom index.
A podcast about money, business and power. A whistleblower complaint that has prompted a standoff between the U. GM wants to show Wall Street it is more assertive than the company that collapsed into bankruptcy a decade ago.
Toronto-based Naked News, "the program with nothing to hide," announced Thursday that it will expand its foreign-language coverage in an attempt to gain a worldwide audience. The program, which features nine female anchors reading the news in the nude or stripping as they present their news segments, will now be broadcast in Spanish, Italian and Korean, along with its already available Japanese broadcasts. Naked News President David Warga said the licensing agreements are confidential and could not divulge the names of the local affiliates that will be producing the shows in Milan, Mexico and South Korea.
Canadian legislators have voted unanimously to strip Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi of her honorary citizenship — granted over a decade ago — in response to alleged atrocities committed against the Rohingya minority in her country. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters on Wednesday that he was open to stripping Ms Suu Kyi of the honour, while noting that doing so would not end the crisis in Myanmar. Since last year, a reported number of at leastRohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar following a campaign of mass killings and other atrocities against the Rohingya people.
A SEXY news reporter certainly managed to spice up the headlines after inexplicably taking all her clothes off on air. It is hard to believe viewers were able to concentrate on the content of the stories — but they were certainly engaged in the reporting style. Eventually, she takes the whole thing down and bares all, just to really hammer home the important message of her final report.