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TORONTO Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney says it s worth saving a key dispute settlement mechanism in NAFTA that the United States has said it wants eliminated. Mulroney says after...
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OTTAWA The Conservatives and NDP are coming out against the Trudeau government s , saying it falls short of Liberal promises to increase transparency. Opposition MPs are assailing the...
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HALIFAX Finance Minister Bill Morneau is in Halifax today for his listening tour over Ottawa s controversial tax proposals, drawing criticism from some small business owners and concerns from...
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Senior ministers from both provinces insisted on the importance of harmonizing the rules governing cannabis as they arrived at the convention centre in Quebec City for a seventh joint meeting...
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MONTREAL Officials from Ottawa and Quebec are getting ready to plead their case for keeping the World Anti Doping Agency headquarters in Montreal. Quebec International Relations Minister Christine St Pierre and...
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OTTAWA The Liberals speak constantly of strengthening the Canadian middle class, but any precise definition of that amorphous category of people getting all the attention has always been ambiguous...
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UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. Justin Trudeau avoided being drawn into the tit for tat threats between the leaders of the U.S. and North Korea, pointing instead to signs that diplomacy might prevail...
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeaus speech at the United Nations on Indigenous issues was misleading and attempted to historicize the source of problems facing First Nations rather than take responsibility for...
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BANFF, Alta. The top Canadian officer at the North American Aerospace Defence Command says the system needs to evolve to meet modern threats. Speaking at the Banff Global Business...
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OTTAWA The federal government is appealing a court decision that handed Canadian citizenship back to the Toronto born son of Russian spies after it was revoked by Ottawa. In asking...
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OTTAWA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau s Indigenous focused speech to the United Nations on Thursday was Canada waking up the rest of the world to the ongoing plight of Indigenous...
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OTTAWA Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has personally apologized to Environment Minister Catherine McKenna for a Tory MP s remark referring to her as climate Barbie. Scheer called McKenna first...
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OTTAWA A big Canadian player has quietly picked up his chips and is heading for the exit amid all the tumult over the Trudeau government s controversial tax proposals....
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OTTAWA The Liberal cabinet is expected to make a critical decision this fall on how to deal with the fact that its plans to legalize pot next year will...
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Speaking before other world leaders, Trudeau is expected to highlight Canadas past, current, and future challenges when it comes to the nations history and relationship with Indigenous peoples, according to...
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In his annual report tabled today, privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien found at least 11 breaches occurred and the personal information at issue included employee names and salary information. Therrien says...
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NEW YORK Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland hugged and thanked her European counterpart today as Canada and the European Union marked the entry into force today of a trade...
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Canada is moving to legalize recreational pot use by July 1. The NDP wants the Liberal government to reach an agreement with the U.S. that would ensure free travel over...
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Proposed changes to Canadas impaired driving laws could allow police to show up at your doorstep and demand a breath sample a full day after you arrive at home, according...
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Battalions of negotiators for Canada, Mexico and the United States have been working at a breakneck pace trying to reach agreement on a revamped North American free trade pact by...