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Canadians see possible signal U.S. ready to accept NAFTA compromise

OTTAWA — American trade officials are showing newfound interest in a Canadian proposal for revamping NAFTA’s automotive provisions as the U.S. seeks to swiftly conclude renegotiations of the continental free trade pact. 846 more words

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Russian troll farm that meddled in U.S. election also targeted Trudeau and Canadian oil

WASHINGTON — The same Russian online troll farm that meddled in the American presidential election has also taken swipes at Canadian targets, including oil infrastructure and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. 996 more words


Kingsbury caps near-perfect World Cup season with dual moguls win

MEGEVE, France — Canadian freestyle ski star Mikael Kingsbury finished his near-perfect season with a win in Sunday’s season-ending World Cup dual moguls event.

Kingsbury finished on top of the podium in seven of 10 World Cup moguls and dual moguls events this season, and finished second in the other three. 183 more words

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The Supreme Court is set to decide whether long-term Canadian expats can vote

TORONTO — Canada’s top court is set to grapple with whether long-term expats should be allowed to vote, an issue that loomed large in the last federal election in which Justin Trudeau and his Liberals took office. 640 more words


Animal rights group says Canada should ban trade in elephant ivory, as 125K sign petition

OTTAWA — More than 125,000 people have signed a petition asking Canada to put a stop to the sale of all elephant ivory.

Tessa Vanderkop, director of strategic relations and advocacy for Vancouver-based Elephanatics, says when the petition was launched last year the hope was to get 1,000 signatures. 691 more words


Woman dies after Toronto shooting that left man dead

Toronto police say a woman died in hospital after a shooting on Saturday night that also left a man dead.

Investigators say two people were shot outside a north-end bowling alley at about 10 p.m. 63 more words

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Police search for suspect after man stabbed at downtown Halifax bar

HALIFAX — Police are searching for a suspect following a stabbing at a downtown Halifax bar.

Officers responded to a report of a man who was bleeding outside the Thoothy Moose on Argyle Street around 1 a.m. 70 more words

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