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Canada Pursues Possible Trade Deal with China As Softwood Lumber Dispute with U.S. Heats...

  China an important market, but unlikely to replace U.S. as Canada's biggest trading partner, says expert. Exploratory free trade talks are underway this week as Canadian...

Canada Slaps New Round of Sanctions on Syria

  17 high-ranking individuals in the Assad regime and 5 entities linked chemical weapons targeted. Canada is imposing additional sanctions on Syria, mounting more pressure on...

‘Catastrophic Consequences’: Montreal SPCA Concerned About Quebec Dangerous Dog Bill

  The Montreal SPCA says it is “deeply concerned” about Quebec government’s dangerous dog bill, saying there will be “catastrophic consequences.” Quebec Public Security Minister Martin...

Federal Legislation on Legalizing Marijuana Unveiled

  Adults 18 and older will be able to legally buy and cultivate small amounts of marijuana for personal use, while selling the drug to...

Justin Trudeau Would Win Another Federal Election Tomorrow: Ipsos Poll

  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s approval rating has dropped somewhat over the past year and a half, but it remains the envy of most world leaders, according...

Trump’s Homeland Security Chief Says He Wants Less Restrictive Canadian Border

  John Kelly’s praise comes amid concerns about what might happen to the border under the Trump administration. They tried. Two senators, one Republican and one...

Steve Bannon: Removed from National Security Council

  Donald Trump’s controversial, right-wing advisor Steve Bannon has reportedly been stripped of his position within the National Security Council in a shake-up ordered by...

Don Meredith Faces Ethics Hearing As Senate Blocks Media Access

  Committee chair says 'everything is under consideration,' including outright expulsion from Red Chamber Senator Don Meredith appeared before the Senate's ethics committee for the first...

RCMP, CSIS Launch Investigations Into Phone Spying on Parliament Hill After CBC Story

  Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the RCMP and CSIS have launched investigations in response to a CBC News/Radio-Canada report, which revealed that someone is using...

Liberals Say No to Mandatory and Online Voting

  Special committee on electoral reform had recommended against government pursuing such reforms The Liberal government says it will not pursue mandatory or online voting for...

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