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# oh canada

Last year
Canada truckers block new US border crossing, as more copycat protests spring up
Copycat movements gathered steam as far afield as New Zealand – with a big protest expected to descend on Paris tomorrow.
All time
Trudeau denies interference in Canadian government contract awarded to charity with family ties
It is the third ethics probe the Canadian prime minister has faced.
Trudeau on the brink as Canada goes to the polls in tight election
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau risks losing his majority in what’s expected to be one of Canada’s closest elections ever.
Justin Trudeau announces general election for Canada this October
Parliament was dissolved today.
Irishman Peter Nelson makes international debut as Canada suffer defeat to US
The 26-year-old Dungannon native featured at out-half as Canada fell to a 47-19 defeat.
From Belfast to Vancouver: Nelson chases unexpected World Cup dream
The former Ulster back on how he ended up on Vancouver Island pushing for a place in the Canadian squad.
Fleming and Prince help Canada beat struggling New Zealand to reach World Cup second round
The result leaves the Kiwis on the brink of elimination from the 2019 Women’s World Cup.
Top Canadian minister quits Justin Trudeau's crisis-laden cabinet
The Canadian Prime Minister has been accused of pressuring his former Attorney General not to prosecute a major engineering firm.
11 realisations every Irish person goes through in Canada
The ability to spot other Irish people a mile off.
These lads went for a celebratory chest bump at the Olympics and it did not go well
Oh Canadaaa, no.
Toronto Raptors tear down Heat in game 7 to set up clash with LeBron James' Cavaliers
Kyle Lowry and co. will have to recuperate quickly, game one of the eastern finals will go ahead on Tuesday night.
11 things Irish people in Canada want you to know
So we can skip the questions at Christmas.
Hockey fan hits referee in groin with beer can from six rows back
But you really shouldn’t be throwing full cans of beer at referees.
This guy just set up Ireland's very first dedicated poutine place
Take us there.
Ireland's World Cup opponents came agonisingly close to a shock win over Samoa last night
Meanwhile, ex-Connacht wing Vainikolo provided one of Tonga’s tournament highlights, a try from 60 metres against USA.
16 snacks we need you to send back from Canada
Every flavour of Ruffles, please. Now.
This Irish emigrant captured his time in Canada by filming just a second a day
David Wogan has been living in Toronto for the past three years – this is his life.
This 1500m runner lost his footwear mid-race and still won
Justyn Knight has no need for your symmetry.
11 shocking realisations every Irish person goes through in Canada
It’s wonderful, but there are some things you should know.
Canada made a Twitter account and it's already mortifying everyone
Ohhh Caaanaaaadaaaa.
Leo Varadkar gets offered €250,000 "every couple of months" to go to Canada
The Health Minister would earn more in Alberta than in Leinster House.
Canadian news anchor brilliantly and thoughtfully addresses the Ottawa shooting
That’s how you do it.
G-Mac hit a glorious eagle 2 at the Canadian Open last night
He also packs a mean high five.
Scotland survive Canadian lumberjacking after controversial red card
Jebb Sinclair went through Ruaridh Jackson for a short-cut but it cost his team a potential match-winner.
Irish trade to Canada set for €1.2 billion boost
EU deal could be worth €26 billion overall.
Quebec says 'Non': Separatists who want to leave Canada handed crushing defeat
Quebec has had two referendums on sovereignty. The last such vote, in 1995, narrowly rejected independence.
3 grizzly Canadians that Ireland need to tame for victory in Toronto
Only four world ranking places separate the two sides.
Dick Cheney cancels trip to Canada because it's too dangerous
The former vice president of the United States said that the risk of violent protest during his visit was too high.