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NAFTA talks: Like Mexico, Canada may need 'insurance' against tariffs
Canada maintains that efforts to avoid American tariffs on steel and aluminum, and threatened car tariffs, are on a 'separate track' from the ongoing NAFTA talks. But that's never been the way U.S. President Donald Trump sees it, so negotiators have a tough call to make this week.
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B.C. calls on Ottawa to address concerns about legal weed and the border
B.C.'s solicitor general says the federal government needs to get to work with the U.S. government to ensure that Canadians who use cannabis, or who work or invest in the legal cannabis market here, don't face a lifetime ban from entering the United States.
Bernier team 'can't keep up' with offensive, off-message online content
From Facebook groups that suggest an affiliation that doesn't exist to a website that riffs off Bernier's party name, there's a lot of content circulating online that the leader of the People's Party of Canada and his team are anxious to put at a distance.
'There is a growing frustration': Top Republican slams Canada's NAFTA negotiating tactics
The third most senior Republican in Congress fired a shot across the bow of the government in Ottawa Tuesday urging Canadian negotiators to drop some of their hardball negotiating tactics or risk being left out of a new NAFTA entirely.
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Canada has seen more than 8,000 apparent opioid deaths since 2016
Bryan Adams to MPs: Give artists more control over their work
Judge agrees to delay hearing Abdelrazik lawsuit due to federal plea
In the time it took an MP to cross the floor, Trudeau's best-laid plans went sideways
Ottawa's corporate registry rife with faulty information
Libertarians considering a merger with Bernier's People's Party
Anatomy of a mutiny: How Leona Alleslev walked away from the Liberals
Halifax G7 meeting to promote ocean plastics charter, says environment minister
In English-language debate, CAQ's Legault gets a taste of the rough road ahead
Canadian air force short 275 pilots as attrition outpaces recruitment, training
Toronto-area Liberal MP Leona Alleslev crosses the floor to join Conservatives
Freeland to return to Washington this week to continue NAFTA talks
Switching horses: Alleslev isn't the first MP to cross the floor
They're back: Parliament returns after summer break ready to talk Asia-Pacific trade
Watch Power & Politics for September 17, 2018