Ottawa

Beijing Hits Back After Trudeau Vows To Stand Up To China

Beijing on Thursday accused Ottawa of worsening bilateral relations after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to stand up to China amid deepening diplomatic and trade disputes. The two countries have been locked in a feud since last...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Canada

Read More →

Senators Extend Rfa White

The Ottawa Senators have re-signed restricted free agent (RFA) Colin White to a six-year, $28.5 million contract extension. It's official!!News Release: #Sens sign forward Colin White to a six-year contract:...
Related topics: Canada

Read More →

Watch: Unhinged Man Interrupts Drag Queen Story Hour — And Says ‘everyone Here Is Going To A...

An angry Christian man over the weekend interrupted a drag queen story hour in the Canadian capital Ottawa and told everyone in attendance that they were going to burn in hell. Pink News reports that the unidentified man this past Saturday barged...
Related topics: Canada

Read More →

Beijing Warns Ottawa Against Meddling In 'hong Kong, China's Internal Affairs' - Embassy

The Chinese Embassy in Canada has warned Ottawa against interfering in the nation's internal affairs following a joint statement by Canada and the European Union that appealed to the "fundamental right of assembly" for Hong Kong residents.
Related topics: China, Beijing, Canada, Hong Kong

Read More →

Liberals Unveil $3b Sole-source Deal For Armoured Vehicles Ahead Of Election

OTTAWA — The federal Liberal government says it plans to award a multibillion-dollar contract for hundreds of light armoured vehicles to General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada without holding a competition, while also giving the company in London,...
Related topics: Canada, General Dynamics, United Kingdom, London

Read More →

Brickbat: Big Money

Ottawa city treasurer Marian Simulik wired nearly $130,000 ($98,000 in U.S. dollars) to a fraudster after getting an email she thought was from the city manager. She later got another email asking for $200,000 ($150,000 U.S.), but this time the city...
Related topics: Canada

Read More →

Canadian Wage Growth Hits Fastest Pace Since 2009, But Economy Sheds Jobs

OTTAWA — Wage growth accelerated last month to its fastest clip in more than decade, according to numbers released Friday from Statistics Canada. The 4.5 per cent burst came in a month that also produced less-positive data: the...
Related topics: Canada, Unemployment

Read More →

Canada’s Chief Information Officer To Leave Role, Join Ottawa’s Mindbridge

Alex Benay, Canada’s Chief Information Officer, is leaving his role to become the chief client officer at Mindbridge Analytics, an Ottawa-based artificial intelligence (AI) company.The Globe and Mail reports that the company uses AI to help...
Related topics: Canada

Read More →

Lyft Expands Program To Support Ontario Non-profits With Free Or Discounted Rides

Lyft is expanding its ‘Wheels for All Grants’ charitable program to support more non-profits across Ontario.The program aims to support Toronto and Ottawa charity groups that help communities become stronger and more connected. Some of...
Related topics: Canada, Toronto, Charity

Read More →

Senators’ Captain Candidates For 2019-20

After going through their first season without a captain in some time, the Ottawa Senators will likely adopt a similar leadership strategy on the ice next season. Ottawa used an alternate captain model that saw five different players wear a letter...
Related topics: Canada

Read More →

Legal Challenge To Passenger Rights Bill Should Be Dismissed: Attorney General

OTTAWA — A legal challenge to Canada’s new passenger bill of rights from a group of airlines is “ill-founded” and should be dismissed, according to the country’s attorney general. In a pair of court filings, lawyers for...
Related topics: Canada

Read More →

Expert Warns Of Huawei Monopoly In North, Leaving Residents Vulnerable To China

Ottawa is creating conditions for the telecom giant Huawei to create a monopoly on high-speed internet in Canada’s Far North, leaving its residents vulnerable to Beijing’s will, says a leading analyst. Michael Byers, an Arctic-affairs...
Related topics: Huawei, China, Canada, Beijing, Arctic

Read More →

Bank Of Canada Lowers Qualifying Rate Used In Mortgage Stress Tests

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada has lowered the rate used by mortgage stress tests to determine whether would-be homeowners can qualify, marking the first drop in three years. The central bank’s five-year benchmark qualifying rate is now 5.19...
Related topics: Banking, Canada, Mortgages

Read More →

Senators’ Right-handed Defensemen Situation

It’s quite clear the Ottawa Senators’ weakest position is on the right side of the defense. Next year’s group should consist of Nikita Zaitsev, Dylan DeMelo and Ron Hainsey, barring any injuries or trades. At first glance, this does not...
Related topics: Canada

Read More →

Ottawa Hotel Association Says Airbnb Is A ‘virus,’ Must Pay More Taxes

Two Canadian hotel organizations are calling for the federal government to crack down on short-term online rental services like Airbnb.During a July 17th, 2019 news conference in Ottawa, Alana Baker, director of government relations for The Hotel...
Related topics: Canada, Taxes

Read More →

China Arrests Another Canadian National As Feud With Ottawa Intensifies

In the latest indication that President Trumo's 'truce' with President Xi jinping was merely a hallow stalling tactic developed to usher in a brief reprieve for global market - after all, it becalmed investors swiftly sent US markets to new high all...
Related topics: China, Canada

Read More →

Parliamentary Committee On Public Safety Takes Up Desjardins Data Breach

OTTAWA — A parliamentary committee is grappling with the consequences of a major data breach at Desjardins Group. The breach, revealed in June, affected roughly 2.7 million people and 173,000 businesses. Desjardins Group said names, addresses,...
Related topics: Canada

Read More →

Freeland Calls Ex-envoy’s Advice To China About Election ‘highly Inappropriate’

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is seeking to distance the Trudeau government from its former ambassador to China, a day after he said he has warned Chinese officials that further punishments against Canada could help the...
Related topics: China, Canada

Read More →

Genworth Mulls Sale Of Canadian Arm, Criticizes Ottawa For Delayed Merger Review

TORONTO — Genworth Financial Inc. said it has “no choice” but to consider the sale of its Canadian arm due to a “lack of transparent feedback or guidance” from regulators regarding Ottawa’s review of the U.S....
Related topics: Canada, Toronto

Read More →

Senators And Leafs Swap Ceci, Zaitsev

The Toronto Maple Leafs have traded Nikita Zaitsev, Connor Brown and Michael Carcone to the Ottawa Senators in exchange for Cody Ceci, Ben Harpur, Aaron Luchuk and a 2020 third-round pick. Full Leafs/Sens trade. https://t.co/lDDtNwWRPL—...
Related topics: Canada, Toronto

Read More →
What is noozilla?
Noozilla is an independent news aggregation service with a categorization engine that categorizes millions of news stories by subject.