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Canada seeks tariff protections, assurances from U.S. as NAFTA talks resume
The window for Canada and the U.S. to land a NAFTA breakthrough this week is getting smaller, as officials sit down in Washington, D.C., today for what are expected to be the final high-level meetings this week.
Infrastructure Bank tapped Ottawa for millions in funding - with only one project on its plate
The Canada Infrastructure Bank has asked the federal government for millions of dollars in operational expenses over the past year — even though it has only announced one project so far.
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With Congressional deadline looming, Freeland pushes back against calls for swift NAFTA deal
With a U.S. Congressional deadline looming to wrap up NAFTA negotiations, Foreign Affairs Minister Chyrstia Freeland told reporters in Washington today that the only timeline she's working to is the one that will end up delivering the deal Canada wants.
Tories slam 'back door gun registry,' e-petition collects tens of thousands of signatures
Torstar signs agreement to purchase political website iPolitics
Hundreds of pipeline parts are faulty but 'not an immediate danger'
How Trump's trade war could see U.S. lobster industry use Canada as conduit to China
The hunt for online herb: Ottawa seeks clarity on hazy world of pot's cryptomarket
NAFTA talks: Like Mexico, Canada may need 'insurance' against tariffs
Midweek podcast: NAFTA pressure ramps up and does floor crossing pay off?
Ontario's highest court paves way to reduce size of Toronto city council
Power & Politics Sept. 19: Ont. Trade Minister on NAFTA talks and Toronto city councillors on Ford's big win
Scheer: Defector Alleslev is a symbol of 'misplaced trust' in Liberals
Canada, Latin American allies at odds over Venezuela intervention pledge
The Pollcast: The tide turns in Quebec
Floor-crossing MP praised Trudeau government in weeks before departure
Police violated people's right to protest during Quebec G7, human rights report says
Trudeau's India trip cost more than the government first disclosed
Doug Ford off to Washington as NAFTA talks hit critical stage
Why winning the most votes might not be enough for Brian Gallant's Liberals
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B.C. calls on Ottawa to address concerns about legal weed and the border
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