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Heavy security quells scattered protests at Canada G7 summit

10 Jun 2018

QUEBEC CITY, Quebec A heavy police presence and an isolated summit site thwarted protesters at the Group of Seven meeting in Canada on Saturday, dousing all but a smattering of demonstrations against the powerful world leaders.

Heavy security quells scattered protests at Canada G7 summit

10 Jun 2018

QUEBEC CITY, Quebec A heavy police presence and an isolated summit site thwarted protesters at the Group of Seven meeting in Canada on Saturday, dousing all but a smattering of demonstrations against the powerful world leaders.

Heavy security quells scattered protests at Canada G7 summit

09 Jun 2018

QUEBEC CITY, Quebec A heavy police presence and an isolated summit site thwarted protesters at the Group of Seven meeting in Canada on Saturday, dousing all but a smattering of demonstrations against the powerful world leaders.

Tight security to keep protesters far from G7 summit

07 Jun 2018

QUEBEC CITY Quebec's forested Charlevoix region has begun to look more like a fortress than a resort as organizers of this week's G7 summit gear up to shield seven world leaders from outside disturbances.

Tight security to keep protesters far from G7 summit

06 Jun 2018

QUEBEC CITY Quebec's forested Charlevoix region has begun to look more like a fortress than a resort as organizers of this week's G7 summit gear up to shield seven world leaders from outside disturbances.

Tight security to keep protesters far from G7 summit

06 Jun 2018

QUEBEC CITY, June 6 Quebec's forested Charlevoix region has begun to look more like a fortress than a resort as organizers of this week's G7 summit gear up to shield seven world leaders from outside disturbances.

Canadian pleads guilty to killing six in 2017 mosque shooting

28 Mar 2018

QUEBEC CITY A former Canadian university student has pleaded guilty to killing six men who were praying in a Quebec City mosque in January 2017, a court said on Wednesday, averting a trial in one of the country’s rare mass shootings.

Canada's Quebec province to ban face coverings in public sector

18 Oct 2017

QUEBEC CITY, Quebec Quebec will ban face coverings for people giving or receiving provincial government services under a law passed on Wednesday that rights groups have criticised as marginalising Muslim women in the mainly French-speaking Canadian province.

Quebec reports annual budget surplus of C$4.5 billion

22 Jun 2017

QUEBEC CITY Quebec, Canada’s second-most populous province, said on Thursday its budget surplus for the year ended March 31 totaled C$4.5 billion ($3.4 billion), almost double its target, as it spent less and took in more taxes than it had forecast.

Bombardier should consider public anger over pay raises: minister

30 Mar 2017

MONTREAL/QUEBEC CITY Bombardier Inc should reflect on pay raises of up to 50 percent for its senior executives in light of a public backlash over company layoffs of thousands of employees, Quebec's economy minister said on Thursday.

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