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Latest news: Canada

Matildas smash Canada 4-0 to reach World Cup knockouts

The Matildas have sealed progression to the Women's World Cup round of 16 by thumping Canada 4-0, with Hayley Raso scoring a brace.

Canada blocks TikTok for ‘unacceptable’ security risks

Canada has blocked the Chinese-owned social media app TikTok from government-issued devices, saying it presents an "unacceptable" level of risk to privacy and security.

US fighter jets shoot down unidentified object near Canadian border

An "unidentified object" has been shot down with a missile by US fighter jets over Lake Huron, the fourth object brought down over North American airspace.

Canada cleans up after Storm Fiona hits coast

After powerful storm Fiona left a trail of destruction in Canada's east coast, the focus shifted to massive clean-up efforts, damage assessment and restoration of power and telecom services as officials warned of a long road to recovery.

Migrant bid boat sinks at US-Canada border

Six Indian citizens who tried to enter the United States illegally and did not know how to swim have been rescued from a sinking boat in northern New York, federal court documents state.

Sanctions for Putin, Russia as Ukraine anger grows

Allies from the US, Canada and Europe have announced sanctions against Russian President Vladimir Putin as anger grows over his country's invasion of Ukraine.

Canada approves Trudeau’s emergency powers

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insists emergency powers are still needed despite police stamping out protests by truckers angry about COVID-19 curbs.

Canada’s COVID restrictions protesters face ‘imminent’ action

Canadian authorities are urging the protesters camped in downtown Ottawa to leave now or face "imminent" action to remove them.

Emergency powers to tackle Canada protests

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has decided to invoke emergency powers to quell protests by demonstrators rallying against Canada's COVID-19 restrictions.

US-Canada bridge reopens after protest

Canadian police have cleared protesters from a key border bridge with the US, allowing the two nations' busiest trade link to reopen.

Stand-off continues at US-Canada border

Demonstrators opposing the Canadian government's strict pandemic restrictions have occupied a key bridge to the US for the fifth straight day.