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TPP talks could slow due to Canada's dairy hardball, says New Zealand envoy
Cracks in the Canadian government's position have begun to show as an agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership appears within reach, says a trade envoy for the New Zealand government at the talks in Hawaii.
Franklin expedition to Arctic included cannibalism, researchers say
Inuit have long shared tales of cannibalism on Sir John Franklin's last expedition to the Arctic, and now researchers say they have found evidence to back up those stories.
Arctic-bound ship leaves Portland after oil drilling protest
A Royal Dutch Shell icebreaker that was the target of environmental protesters left Portland, Ore., on Thursday bound for an Arctic drilling operation after a tense standoff ended with kayakers and activists who had dangled from a bridge to block its path.
Fentanyl overdoses: Alleged trafficking kingpin to appear in Vancouver court
Amidst growing alarm about a rapid increase in fentanyl-related overdoses, Walter James McCormick, a man accused of being a kingpin in the Lower Mainland distribution of the drug is set to be arraigned in Vancouver provincial court.
Blue moon, 2nd full moon in July, to arrive early tomorrow
For the second time in July, skywatchers will be able to look up to a full moon. Here are six things you need to know about the lunar event with a somewhat misleading name.

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