Canada signs revised North American trade deal, clearing way for ratification
Canada has signed a new agreement updating the North American free trade agreement with Mexico and the United States, clearing the way for the contentious pact's long-awaited ratification.
Trudeau's minority Liberal government survives first confidence vote
Justin Trudeau's Liberals survived Tuesday their first test of confidence in the House of Commons but got a pointed reminder of how opposition parties can still make life complicated for a minority government.
B.C. woman loses fight to preserve sperm taken from dead husband
A B.C. woman has lost a desperate bid to preserve sperm taken from her late husband in the hours after his death in the hope she might still be able to bear his child.
'Our officers were under fire for hours': 6 people dead in New Jersey shootout
Six people, including a police officer and three bystanders, were killed in a furious gunbattle Tuesday that filled the streets of Jersey City with the sound of heavy gunfire for hours, authorities said.
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