James McCarten is a reporter with The Canadian Press
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Undo cross-border pipeline shutdown order, federal government's filing urges U.S. appeals court
Ottawa is urging a U.S. appeals court to reverse a Wisconsin judge's order that threatens to shut down the Line 5 cross-border pipeline by June 2026.
Cybersecurity chief urges closer collaboration between Canada, U.S. to fend off threats
The head of the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security says co-operation with the United States is a key part of Canada's overall defence against hacking.
Canada to seek judicial review of latest U.S. decision on softwood lumber duties
The federal government is pushing back against the latest U.S. decision to keep imposing duties on Canadian softwood lumber.
Enbridge asks U.S. judge to ensure Line 5 keeps running until reroute completed in 2026
The Calgary-based company that operates Line 5 is asking a U.S. judge for a measure of certainty that its controversial cross-border pipeline won't be shut down before it can be rerouted around an Indigenous band's territory in Wisconsin.
Chinese hackers targeted U.S. infrastructure, security agencies warn
The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security is warning of evidence that Chinese hackers have been targeting critical infrastructure networks in the U.S.
'Hissy fit' fallout: trade minister speaks with U.S. envoy over tax-credit comment
International Trade Minister Mary Ng exchanged words with the U.S. envoy to Ottawa on Thursday after he accused Canada of pitching a "hissy fit" over President Joe Biden's original plan to encourage the sale of electric vehicles.
Canada won Volkswagen plant despite offer of 'way, way more' money from U.S.: Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says a number of U.S. jurisdictions outbid Canada in the recent race to secure Volkswagen's new battery plant.
Security expected to be focus of talks as Biden makes 1st official visit to Canada since 2016
Joe Biden's last official visit to Canada came with a palpable sense of foreboding. Six years later, Biden is coming back — this time as president — and the world is very different. His message likely won't be.
Judge grants motion by state of Michigan to appeal key decision in Enbridge Line 5 dispute
The U.S. judge presiding over Michigan's bid to shut down the Line 5 pipeline has given her blessing to the state to appeal one of her key findings.
Poison pen: Quebec woman pleads guilty to sending Trump, others ricin-laced letters
Pascale Ferrier was arrested at a U.S. border crossing on Sept. 20, 2020 and charged with sending a letter to Trump containing the poison ricin, which was intercepted before it was delivered to the White House.