China may officially be a secular state, but a new law that cites national security as an overriding priority is worrying Christian and other religious groups who fear they may become targets for the government, the CBC’s Saša Petricic writes from Beijing. more »
Two public opinion and research associations are considering merging in a drive to improve the standards of disclosure in the industry. But while most pollsters applaud the move, some are concerned the new standards might cost them their competitive advantage. more »
Last-ditch efforts to salvage Canada's trade deal with the European Union appeared to collapse Friday, as International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland walked out of talks with the regional government of Wallonia. Belgium won't sign on to CETA without the support of its regions. more »
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