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- Analysis Mexico and Canada 'in this together' on NAFTA, amid Trump confusion
- Over the last two weeks, Canada has joined Mexico as a "bad neighbour" of the Trump White House. As both countries look over the fence and see confusion, they're co-ordinating some of their moves. But Mexico's facing other unique challenges.
- Opinion Look beyond the jesters, and you'll find real, live progressive conservatives in the CPC race: Neil Macdonald
- Rick Peterson is, for example, someone who wants to govern, not entertain, and whose focus is on the economy. Which is why you've probably never heard of him.
- Iconic Dad's chocolate chip cookies discontinued, customers bitter
- For months, some Canadians have been searching in vain for their beloved Dad's chocolate chip cookies. CBC News has learned that the company quietly discontinued the cookie late last year.
- Genetic analysis reveals origins of dog breeds
- New research from the National Institutes of Health published in the journal Cell has drawn a comprehensive lineage of 161 dog breeds, forming the largest ancestral tree of Canis familiaris yet.
- Analysis What Harjit Sajjan really did while serving in Afghanistan
- Truth being the first casualty of war has taken a decidedly different turn with growing outrage in both the political and military community about Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan's characterization of himself as the architect of Operation Medusa.