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Madeleine Albright says she's anxious about Trump-Kim summit
Former U.S. secretary of state Madeleine Albright weighs in on the planned Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un summit and the fate of the Iran nuclear agreement, and discusses her new book, 'Fascism: A Warning.'
Judge to decide whether to reveal mystery player allegedly involved in bread price-fixing
An Ontario Superior Court judge has reserved judgment on whether to reveal the identity of a mystery player alleged to have been involved in an industry-wide scheme to raise the price of bread products.
National Gallery of Canada to pull Chagall painting off auction block
The National Gallery of Canada is reversing its controversial decision to sell a Marc Chagall painting.
McKenna pens open letter to B.C. proposing joint panel to study oil spills, response measures
Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna has written an open letter to B.C.’s environment minister proposing the creation of a joint scientific panel to study oil spills and response measures.
Canada, Britain formalize agreement on Franklin expedition wrecks
Commons committee calls on Liberals to tax e-commerce services like Netflix
Rush order for 31,000 smartphones signals return of 'March Madness' budget rush
SWAT teams and patent trolls: inside Ottawa's IP plan to promote Canadian innovators
B.C. looks to enact new rules for companies bringing more oil through province
Police chiefs studying decriminalizing drugs as possible solution to opioid crisis
Trudeau and Scheer debate free speech and summer jobs - and get nowhere
Pilot likely disoriented in crash that killed former Alberta premier, TSB says
Bono's anti-poverty group needles Trudeau for lacking gender equality plan
The Pollcast: The fight for the Franco-Ontarian vote
Terror without ideology: can authorities track the violent subculture linked to Monday's van attack?
U.K. commissioner accuses Canadian company of ducking questions about Brexit campaign
Expand LGBT record expungement bill to cover 'bawdy house' raids, senators say
Canada and U.S. clash over sunset clause in 'forceful' NAFTA talks
Independent senators struggle with how independent they should really be, memo reveals
Coal phase-out task force to consult workers, communities to soften blow
Federal program funds summer job to help 'stop Kinder Morgan pipeline'