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Saudi Arabian medical residents can now stay in Canada: hospital organization

Hundreds of Saudi Arabian-based physicians who had been asked to leave Canada in a diplomatic conflict will be able to stay in the country to continue their education for the time being, medical organizations said on Tuesday, expressing their relief at the development. Saudi Arabia unleashed diplomatic relations, suspended future trade and recalled its students from Canadian schools earlier this …

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Canada PM says in diplomatic talks with Saudi Arabia

Nanaimo, British Columbia (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday that his government is diplomatically engaged with Saudi Arabia, but does not hesitate to reject its human rights concerns, two weeks after a dispute over Ottawa's demands Release of Saudi activists from custody. FILE PHOTO: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answers media questions on August 8, 2018 …

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Canada criticizes Saudi Arabia over another jailed female activist

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland's office is publicly voicing concern about another civil rights activist in Saudi Arabia, continuing the criticism of the kingdom's human rights record against political and economic retaliation Riyadh inflicted on Canada earlier this month. Human rights advocates this week are sounding the alarm about Israa al-Ghomgham and five other activists from Saudi Arabia's troubled Eastern …

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Why these patients, retailers and researchers say Canada should not drop medicinal cannabis after legalization

Some researchers, patient advocates and industry professionals say that Canada needs to maintain its own medical cannabis system after marijuana has been legalized for recreational purposes, even though the Canadian Medical Council should no longer serve as a goalkeeper. "It is simply a fact that cannabis is now part of the medical landscape," said James MacKillop, director of the Peter …

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Poor sentiment between Canada and Russia does not matter in space, says astronaut David Saint-Jacques

Space exploration may not be the last frontier of cooperation between Canada and Russia – but it's narrow. Despite successive economic and diplomatic sanctions – as a result of Russia's role in Ukraine and Syria – the task of blowing people into orbit is compounded by the bitter rift between Russia and its Western space partners, including Canada, Remarkably unimpressed. …

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The EU asks for details from Saudi Arabia on women's rights violations in Canada

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union has called on Saudi Arabia to clarify the arrests and charges of human rights defenders and to declare that prisoners should be given a fair process of self-defense. FILE PHOTO: EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini arrives on the second day of a NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium, July …

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Saudi Arabia's efforts to punish Canada appear to have little effect

TORONTO (AP) – When Saudi Arabia ordered its citizens to leave the country in Canada, they left behind institutions like Techno Canada, forcing Toronto's small business school to look for new students in the middle of the summer. But that does not mean that the director of the school wants his government to give up its advocacy of civil rights …

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