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- Analysis Fighting in Kirkuk threatens U.S., Canadian efforts to defeat ISIS
- The fight against ISIS in Iraq could suffer as Kurds and Iraqis turn their weapons against each other, writes Derek Stoffel.
- OSFI sets new mortgage rules, including stress test for uninsured borrowers
- Canada's top banking regulator has published the final version of its new mortgage rules, which include a requirement to "stress test" borrowers with uninsured loans to ensure they could withstand higher interest rates.
- Bill Morneau asks to meet with ethics watchdog as controversy swirls video
- Finance Minister Bill Morneau has asked for a meeting with the conflict of interest commissioner in the wake of an escalating controversy about whether his personal wealth is being ethically managed given his cabinet role.
- What you need to know about Quebec's religious neutrality legislation
- A bill that requires people in Quebec who give or receive any public service to uncover their faces is expected to become law as early as Wednesday, but many important details still need to be crafted, and its implications may be decided by the courts.
- New Freeland calls U.S. NAFTA demands 'troubling' and 'unconventional'
- Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has accused the United States of trying to undermine the North American Free Trade Agreement, calling its list of unconventional proposals 'troubling.'