Immigration Minister Marc Miller says he's happy to hear that Canadians can once again get electronic tourist visas to India after two months of diplomatic tensions (photo :The Canadian Press)
Immigration Minister Marc Miller says he's happy to hear that Canadians can once again get electronic tourist visas to India after two months of diplomatic tensions.
Word of the change came from an Indian foreign ministry official, who spoke to The Associated Press on the condition they not be named because they were not authorized to talk to reporters.
In September, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced there were "credible allegations" that India was involved in the killing of Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
The 45-year-old was shot by masked gunmen outside a Surrey, B.C., gurdwara in June. The Indian government had accused Nijjar of being linked to terrorism but it has also denied involvement in his death, calling the allegations absurd. Since then, the two countries have expelled one another's diplomats and India introduced a visa ban on Canadians, though it began easing those restrictions last month.
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