Black History Month

eAwaz Lifestyle

OTTAWA – Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development and Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship says the people in towns and communities across Canada will take a moment to recognize the life and legacy of Lincoln Alexander. A trailblazer in his own right, Lincoln MacCauley Alexander was born in Toronto. Years later, he would eventually become Canada’s …

Kishida Fumio Trudeau

Japanese PM Kishida Fumio to visit Ottawa on Jan 12

eAwaz Canada News

Ottawa – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that the Prime Minister of Japan, Kishida Fumio, will visit Ottawa on January 12, 2023. This will be Prime Minister Kishida’s first bilateral visit to Canada since he assumed office in October 2021. Prime Minister Trudeau will meet with Prime Minister Kishida to discuss Japan’s priorities for its upcoming G7 Presidency. They …

Foreign Minister Melanie Joly

Minister Joly to travel to South Korea and Japan

eAwaz Canada News

Ottawa – As a Pacific nation, Canada recognizes that the Indo-Pacific region is critically important for the long-term prosperity, health and security of Canadians. Decisions made in the region will impact Canadians for generations and it is imperative that Canada is at the table. As Canada continues to develop its Indo-Pacific strategy, Mélanie Joly, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today announced …

Trudeau at Global Fund

Canada announces a $1.21b to fight HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria 

eAwaz Canada News

New York City – The COVID-19 pandemic overwhelmed health systems, and lockdowns have disrupted health services worldwide. This has had a devastating impact on efforts to combat HIV/AIDS, TB, and malaria. TB and malaria deaths have increased and progress on reducing HIV-related deaths has stalled. We need to redouble our efforts in fighting for all those we have not reached, …


Developing Canada’s Arctic capabilities

eAwaz Canada News

Ottawa – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau along with Defence Minister Anita Anand, Minister of Foreign Affair Melanie Joly and Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg Canadian were at High Arctic Research Station. Joly said the Canadian Forces are doing essential work to further develop Canada’s Arctic capabilities, through fostering partnerships and improving the readiness of the Canadian Armed Forces and its partners. …

Jonathan Wilkinson

Deal to Enhance German Energy Security with Canadian Hydrogen

eAwaz Canada News

Stephenville – As Russia continues to weaponize energy in its illegal war with Ukraine, Canada is working with European partners to strengthen global energy security and accelerate the global clean energy transition. To these ends, Canada’s allies in Europe have initiated efforts to displace imports of Russian oil and gas in the short term while accelerating efforts to deploy renewable …

Pope Francis travelled to Quebec City

Pope Francis travelled to Quebec City before leaving

eAwaz Canada News

EDMONTON – Pope Francis left Edmonton yesterday and went to Quebec City for the next leg of his penitential journey in Canada. The pontiff is scheduled to have separate meetings with Gov. Gen. Mary Simon and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Citadelle of Quebec, then give a public address with Simon. The Pope is to next travel to the …

Foreign Minister Melanie Joly

Minister Joly announces additional sanctions against Russian propaganda agents

eAwaz Canada News

Bali, Indonesia – Mélanie Joly, Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced additional sanctions in relation to Russia’s illegal and unjustifiable invasion of Ukraine, while attending the G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Bali, Indonesia. Minister Joly reaffirmed Canada’s unwavering commitment to support Ukraine, a friend and ally, as it fights for freedom. Canada will not stand by as President Vladimir Putin wages …


Trudeau: Canada, Finland united against Russian invasion in Ukraine

eAwaz Canada News

Ottawa – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at the Nato summit that “Canada and Finland are united against Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine.” He talked to President Sauli Niinistö of Finland “about the war and reiterated Canada’s support for Finland’s Nato membership. We’ll keep working together as close friends and security partners.”

National Day of Remembrance for Terrorism Victims

Trudeau mourns on National Day of Remembrance for Terrorism Victims 

eAwaz Local News

Ottawa – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has issued the following statement on the National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism: “Today, I join all Canadians to pay tribute and remember those we have lost to terrorist attacks. I extend my deepest sympathies to the families and friends who are without their loved ones, and to everyone living with pain …