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Canada granted consular access to Michael Spavor in China
Canada has been granted consular access to Michael Spavor, the second Canadian detained by China this week.
Trudeau rules out snap election, so vote will fall Oct. 21
Trudeau says he is happy to rule out the prospect of a snap ballot, meaning Canadians can expect to go to the polls Oct. 21.
Canada abetting Washington's 'new Cold War' with Huawei arrest, says economist
The arrest of a Chinese tech executive is yet another example that the U.S. is creating "a new Cold War" in international trade, says economist Jeffrey Sachs, who adds that Canada is abetting its southern neighbour.
Canada quietly concludes additional auto talks with Japan
Canada and Japan have agreed to additional trade rules on motor vehicle safety and environmental standards, according to a side letter tabled in the House of Commons Tuesday. The rules take effect with the rest of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal on Dec. 30.
Trudeau to make it harder for future PM to reverse Senate reforms
COP24 edging toward deal on how to report carbon emissions
The House: U.S.-China faceoff puts Canada in an awkward position
Peter MacKay, Scott Brison could be called as witnesses in Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's trial
Ontario court dismisses Mike Duffy's lawsuit against Senate
U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo says China's detention of 2 Canadians is 'unlawful'
As MMIWG inquiry wraps, Bennett defends decision to reject timeline extension
Power & Politics Dec. 14: China dispute and Parliament rises for 2018
Goodale dismisses report that Canada will ban Huawei from 5G as 'speculation'
Canada will 'shortly' see Spavor, second detained Canadian in China: Trudeau
Rash of bomb threats a learning opportunity for response capacity, says Goodale
Supreme Court quashes mandatory victims' surcharge for convicted criminals
Procurement official suspended days after his name went public, Vice-Admiral Norman's pre-trial hears
Months after launching his People's Party, Maxime Bernier still has a long way to go
Canada's relationship with Trump reaches a 'new level of frustration' over Huawei comments
Liberals' election reform bill becomes law on last day of parliamentary sitting
Bad acoustics delaying opening of new temporary Senate chamber
Why Trudeau is such a lightning rod in Alberta politics
Conservatives call for audit of immigration system after gangster twice released in Canada
Canada starts clock on ratifying new NAFTA text