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News: Canada

Offenbach is back to play in the "Stadion am Bieberer Berg"

Monday  15:56,   01 march 2021

regional soccer team Kickers Offenbach is returning to its roots and is now playing again in the "Stadion am Bieberer Berg". The home ground of Hessen, which has been the scene of various football games and major events under different names over... >>>

Mission with consequences: Fortuna has to do without Klaus

Monday  15:56,   01 march 2021

After a good half an hour, the game in Heidenheim was over for Felix Klaus. The offensive man has injured his thigh - already slightly hit - and Fortuna Düsseldorf will be absent in the near future. © imago images Düsseldorf's Felix Klaus had to... >>>

For insulting the referee: Fine and suspension for Uerdingen's Albutat

Monday  15:33,   01 march 2021

The DFB sports court has imposed an additional suspension and a fine on Tim Ablutat from KFC Uerdingen. The 28-year-old had insulted the referees in the game against Wehen Wiesbaden. © imago images Uerdingen's Tim Albutat complained about the... >>>

Looting in Papua after the death of the "Father of the Nation"

Monday  15:23,   01 march 2021

© Provided by Le Point L The security forces of Papua New Guinea called for calm on Monday following riots and looting in the capital and the second city of the country after the announcement of the death of the former Prime Minister Peter Somare... >>>

Stricter entry rules for the French border region

Monday  14:42,   01 march 2021

In the fight against the spread of dangerous mutations of the coronavirus, the entry rules for the French border region Moselle are being tightened. As of Tuesday (March 2), the department bordering Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate with its... >>>

Mild spring with some wintry blasts predicted for most of Canada: Weather Network

Monday  14:30,   01 march 2021

Canadians across the country can look forward to a mild spring peppered with the odd winter flashback throughout the first part of the season, according to predictions from one prominent national forecaster. Chris Scott, chief meteorologist with The >>>

Vijay Sappani: A partnership with India is the key to solving Canada's vaccine woes

Monday  14:27,   01 march 2021

Though ties between Canada and India have been through several rocky patches in recent years, the phone call between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, can and should serve as the turning point in the... >>>

Burma: Aung San Suu Kyi still indicted the day after a murderous day

Monday  13:12,   01 march 2021

© Copyright 2021, L'Obs The former Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi, overthrown by a coup on February 1, was indicted on Monday March 1 for two new offenses, announced her team of lawyers. She is now being prosecuted for violating a... >>>

Okonjo-Iweala wants to bring a breath of fresh air to the WTO

Monday  12:42,   01 march 2021

Wherever the renowned development economist Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (66) appears, she cuts an impressive figure. The Nigerian has retained her style among suit and costume wearers despite decades in the USA. © WTO / XinHua / dpa Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala,... >>>

More corona cases: Regensburg against Werder threatens cancellation

Monday  12:25,   01 march 2021

The DFB Cup quarter-final game between SSV Jahn Regensburg and Werder Bremen on Tuesday (6.30 p.m.) threatens to be canceled. © Robert Michael / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa In addition to coach Mersad Selimbegovic, there are other corona cases at Jahn... >>>

'More pain:' Some Broncos families angry over request in court to delay lawsuit

Monday  11:57,   01 march 2021

A battle between lawsuits related to the Humboldt Broncos bus crash is to be heard in a Regina courtroom this week. Eleven lawsuits were filed after the crash on April 6, 2018. Sixteen people died and 13 were injured when the driver of a semi-truck... >>>

Churches in court to challenge British Columbia's COVID-19 health orders

Monday  11:52,   01 march 2021

VANCOUVER — A legal advocacy group challenging British Columbia's COVID-19 restrictions on worship services and public protests is scheduled to be in court today to argue its case. A petition filed by the Justice Centre for Constitutional... >>>

Trump's alleged interference to take centre stage as Meng Wanzhou's extradition hearings begin

Monday  11:44,   01 march 2021

Donald Trump's actions will take centre stage in a Vancouver courtroom this week as Meng Wanzhou's lawyers try to prove the former U.S. president poisoned extradition proceedings against the Huawei executive. The case should be tossed out... >>>

Feds hoping for AstraZeneca shots this week as Pfizer-BioNTech prepare next delivery

Monday  11:44,   01 march 2021

OTTAWA — The federal government hopes to start receiving doses of AstraZeneca’s recently approved COVID-19 vaccine this week as the flood of shots that flowed into Canada from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna last week partially subsides. Health Canada... >>>

Hurdles remain in Canada-U.S. relationship despite week of renewed commitments

Monday  11:44,   01 march 2021

Challenges still lie ahead for the Canada-U.S. relationship despite several days of bilateral meetings between the two countries on their shared priorities and close ties as longtime allies. During what Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland dubbed >>>