Prince Harry and Meghan clearly want to come to Canada — and senior members of the Royal Family have accepted their wish. But how do the Canadians feel about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spending part of their time here as they step back from their senior roles in the Royal Family is more […]Continue Reading
The year 2019 will be one of the milestones in Canadian history – but for all the wrong reasons. The Team IndiaTimes.Live looked at all the events that made it to the news for Canada and found that these were either shocks, sad or big apologies. Nothing has changed much it seems with everything standing […]Continue Reading
The year 2019 opened with the Pulwama attack where 40 Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistan-backed terrorists. The closing of the year could have been on the positive note with the Kartarpur corridor opening marking the 550th birth celebrations of Guru Nanak Devji, but for India the year is closing on a very sad note. Yes the Citizenship Amendment Bill, which has made India burn, everyone in scared, people are out on streets for their rights. So the IndiaTimes.Live team put together for you a quick look at a 10-point throwback of the year 2019 as it comes to a close.Continue Reading
A sports coach, an event planner and an organization run by and for persons with disabilities are the latest award winners at the City of Brampton’s 2nd annual Accessibility Awards. The nominations were evaluated based on their contributions to Brampton’s community, in areas such as championing accessibility initiatives, promoting accessibility awareness, providing accessible customer service, accommodating […]Continue Reading
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill passed Parliament today after being cleared by the Rajya Sabha, with 125 voting for it and 99 against, even as violent protests erupted in several parts of the Northeast. The controversial legislation was cleared by the Lok Sabha two days earlier with the support of as many as 334 MPs. Tabled in both the houses by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the bill has been slammed by rights groups as well as opposition parties on the grounds that it “discriminates” against Muslim migrants and violates Article 14 of the Constitution.Continue Reading
Anthony Rota, the very first speaker of the Italian decent, Ontario Liberals’, who represents Nipissing-Timiskaming has been elected the Speaker of Canada’s House of Commons. Anthony Rota who also served as assistant deputy Speaker in the last Parliament also was elected as the Speaker of the five nominations, Geoff Regan, Joël Godin, Carol Hughes and Bruce Stanton.Continue Reading
Premiers and territorial leaders met in the Greater Toronto Area on Monday to try to come to a consensus over key federal issues. Canada’s Premiers said they were united in their commitment to work together for the benefit of all Canadians. They came together today in unprecedented fashion to discuss challenges and opportunities facing the […]Continue Reading
The Conservatives in a note released to the media have stated that Trudeau’s latest cabinet picks show that he won’t abandon his reckless approach of dividing the country with failed policies.
The Conservatives said, Trudeau’s government gave Canada scandals, ethics violations, an affordability crisis, attacked resource sectors, and most recently cynically drove Canadians apart as a means to get Liberals elected.
Christina Alexandra “Chrystia” Freeland is Canada’s Deputy Prime Minster.
Yesterday when Chrystia Freeland was replaced by François-Philippe Champagne as Foreign Affairs Minister, critics came with comments of Trudeau with being gender bias. But announcing Chrystia Freeland as Deputy Prime Minster Trudeau has surprised the entire nation.
Trudeau’s new 36-member cabinet was sworn in today with many familiar faces, some new faces and loads of portfolio reshuffle. Just as per whispers in the corridors, the Quebec MP Pablo Rodriguez will also become the leader of the government in the House of Commons, a key role in the current minority scenario.Continue Reading