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Could Canada be a safe haven for climate refugees?

Climate change is expected to raise sea levels by two metres by 2100, which could force millions from their homes. As the second-largest country in the world, Canada is in a far better position than many others when it comes to dealing with those effects. Does that mean these climate refugees could make Canada their home?

Trudeau touts successful Washington trip a year after Canada U.S. relations went off the rails

A year after Canada and the United States seemed poised to descend into an all out trade war Prime Minister Justin Trudeau boasted that he had completed a successful trip to the U.S. in which both countries agreed to work together in a number of key areas.

Personal data of 2.7 million people leaked from Desjardins

An employee with "ill-intention" at Desjardins Group collected information about nearly three million people and businesses and shared it with people outside the Quebec-based financial institution, officials revealed Thursday.

Why it's so tough for the 2 Conservatives vying to be British PM to fix Brexit

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are the only MPs left standing in the race to replace Theresa May as Britain's Conservative leader and prime minister, and they both face the same, seemingly insurmountable, challenge: delivering Brexit.
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Tourist overload: Some world destinations want more visitors - and some really, really don't

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: politicians are grappling with everything from the Trans Mountain Pipeline decision to the new NAFTA deal; new First Nations solar farm will be Manitoba's largest.

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