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China accuses U.S., Canada of abusing extradition system in Huawei case
A Chinese official is accusing Canada and the U.S. of abusing the extradition system after the Globe and Mail published a report saying officials in the U.S. will soon proceed with a formal extradition request for detained Chinese executive Meng Wanzhou.
Trudeau, Freeland held 19 high-level international talks with allies on China dispute
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland have held 19 high-level discussions with foreign heads of government, ministers and diplomats in an effort to rally support for several Canadians now being held by China.
New food guide unveiled without food groups or recommended servings
Instead of eating food from four groups, Canadians are now encouraged to follow three guidelines on: what to eat regularly, what to avoid, and the importance of cooking and preparing meals at home.
140 international scholars, former diplomats urge China to release 2 Canadians
A group of 140 academics, former diplomats, and others from around the world are urging China to immediately release of two detained Canadians, warning the situation is causing a chill on China's relations around the world.
Liberals taking new approach for First Nations on-reserve education funding
Power & Politics Jan. 21: Ford's carbon tax recession warning
Luxurious trips, lavish overspending alleged in bombshell report on expenses of top B.C. Legislature officials
Gilles Duceppe's mother, 93, found dead of hypothermia outside Montreal seniors' residence
Andrew Scheer courts Quebec with immigration offer but avoids pipeline talk
Military looking to avoid a 'black eye' by stalling human rights complaint, lawyer says
Two men charged in Ivory Coast for trying to blackmail MP Tony Clement
Transport minister announces task force on school bus seatbelts
Remains of 2 Beothuk people to be transferred from Scotland to Canada
Jagmeet Singh says, despite missteps and criticism, he's ready to lead the country
Keep focus on helping Canadians at home, Trudeau tells Liberal MPs
Olympian Adam van Koeverden wins federal Liberal nomination amid controversy
From immigration, to making Conservatives 'hip': Andrew Scheer hosts town hall in Toronto
Abandon Trans Mountain if consultations fail to satisfy all Indigenous stakeholders, says Singh
Lawyer questions Jason Kenney's Alberta residency while claiming living expenses in Ottawa
The Liberal government wants to pin more medals on bureaucrats