Storm Fiona causes blackouts in Canada

Source: Andrew Vaughan/Global Look Press Ottawa, September 24th. Powerful Storm Fiona hit eastern Canada with hurricane-force winds that swept away trees and power lines and left hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses without power. This is reported by local media. The storm, which was downgraded from a hurricane to a post-tropical cyclone, was centered … Read more

Parliament of Canada will increase the number of hearings on turbines for Nord Stream

Recall that the export of “blue fuel” through the Russian pipeline “Nord Stream” has been suspended since the end of August. The object was frozen as part of a scheduled repair, in which Siemens is to participate. However, restrictions do not allow Canadian specialists to join the work. .

The Russian Foreign Ministry announced a protest to Canadian Ambassador Leclerc after the incident with the Russian diplomatic department in Ottawa

We are talking about a situation where unknown people threw a Molotov cocktail into the building of the Russian Embassy in the capital of Canada. The Foreign Ministry noted that local law enforcement agencies did not understand this incident. .

High inflation in Canada provoked an increase in the interest rate in the country

Creative Touch Imaging Ltd/ZUMAPRESS.com/Globallookpress The Bank of Canada has decided to raise interest rates sharply in order to control inflation in the country, Reuters reported. According to journalists, a report on inflation acceleration for August will be published next Tuesday. Experts suggest that this figure will be 7.3%. The Central Bank of Canada sees the … Read more

Canada calls for abolition of monarchy after death of Queen Elizabeth II

Source: Justin Tang/Global Look Press Ottawa, September 15th. A growing number of Canadians do not want their country to be represented by a monarch, despite close historical ties to the UK. This is according to a survey by the Angus Reid Institute. According to the study, 51% of Canadians oppose the British monarch being considered … Read more