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Rwandan tribunal charges ex-military officer over genocide

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KIGALI A Rwandan military tribunal began hearings on Thursday against a former army officer deported from Canada last month to face charges over Rwanda's 1994 genocide.

Raonic parts ways with coach Moya after excellent year

Canada's world number three Milos Raonic has parted ways with coach Carlos Moya after the Spaniard guided the big-serving right-hander through his best season on the circuit.

Dec 01 2016

Canada stays with U.N. South Sudan mission despite concerns: memo

Canada has extended its small deployment of soldiers with the United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan this year despite concerns about its viability and soldiers' safety, an internal Canadian government memo showed.

World, United Nations Nov 28 2016

Canada, Mexico leaders to discuss NAFTA strategy this weekend: source

OTTAWA The leaders of Mexico and Canada will hold talks this weekend on the potential impact that a Donald Trump presidency could have on the NAFTA trade pact, a source close to the matter said on Thursday.

World, Mexico Nov 17 2016

Canada manufacturers put U.S. ahead of Mexico if Trump ends NAFTA

OTTAWA Canadian manufacturers want their access to the U.S. market protected at all costs if Canada renegotiates the NAFTA trade deal with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, even if that means losing the trilateral partnership with Mexico.

Nov 17 2016

Djokovic digs deep to repel Raonic onslaught

LONDON It has been missing for a while but Novak Djokovic rediscovered his warrior spirit to tame Canada's Milos Raonic 7-6(6) 7-6(5) in a riveting duel and guarantee progress from his group at the ATP World Tour Finals on Tuesday.

Sports, 2010 U.S. Open Nov 15 2016

Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries

ADDIS ABABA Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion on Friday urged all countries to remain firm about upholding sanctions against Russia for its actions toward Ukraine and said Canada will not ease them as long as Moscow keeps its current stance.

World, Russia Nov 11 2016

Israel's Delek Group wins exploration tender offshore Canada

JERUSALEM Israeli energy conglomerate Delek Group said on Thursday it won in a tender rights to explore a deep-water block offshore Newfoundland, Canada together with a small private Israeli operator, Navitas Petroleum.

Nov 10 2016

Some Americans look to Canada, NZ as Trump surges to victory

TORONTO/WELLINGTON Canada's main immigration website remained down on Wednesday and New Zealand reported increased traffic to its website for residency visas from U.S. nationals as Donald Trump surged to victory in the U.S. presidential election.

Politics, Election 2016, U.S. Nov 09 2016

Canada gives foreign visitors male, female, other option at border

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Some foreign visitors to Canada will be allowed to identify themselves as male, female or other in a border document being introduced this week, officials said on Monday, as Canada joins a handful of nations offering gender neutral options.

Nov 07 2016