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Corona spends close to $4 billion to boost stake in Canopy Growth

Corona beer maker Constellation Brands will invest a further $4 billion in Canada’s top cannabis producer Canopy Growth, giving the beer maker a 38 percent share in the cannabis company.

Nearly 600 wildfires burning across B.C. after lightning storms

There are nearly 600 fires burning across B.C. with the danger rating rated at ‘high’ or ‘extreme’ in virtually every part of the province. Of those fires, 47 are considered to be serious, and a potential threat to public safety.

NEXT Canada presents 12 early-stage startups on Demo Day

Toronto - NEXT Canada ran their 2018 Demo Day, which took place on Tuesday, August 14, with the focus of this year's event is on 12 early-stage startups, drawn from across a wide range of industries.

Canada moves to use 'emergency' measure to protect steel sector

Ottawa - Canada's finance minister warned Tuesday that US tariffs on steel have led to a spike in imports of cheap foreign steel that threaten the local industry.

German tourist wounded in Canada shooting returning home

Ottawa - A German tourist shot on a highway in western Canada while driving with his family is flying home Tuesday for treatment of his brain injury, a consular official said.

Canadian startup betting big on motion-gesture technology

Motion-gesture technology is set to take over where voice-recognition technology left off as the new frontier of human-machine interaction, and Canadian startup Motion Gestures says it wants to bring this tech into the consumer mainstream.

Trump threatens Canada again with auto tariffs if NAFTA fails

Donald Trump launched a fresh auto-tariff threat against Canada late Friday at a time when Ottawa finds itself in a holding pattern on NAFTA negotiations as it awaits the completion of one-on-one talks between the United States and Mexico.

Canada shooter charged with four counts of homicide

Montr - The man behind a fatal shooting in an eastern Canada city has been charged with four counts of first degree murder, police said Saturday.

US, Mexico NAFTA negotiators to resume talks next week: minister

Washington - US and Mexican negotiators will resume talks next week on the update of the North American Free Trade Agreement, Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said Friday.

US, Mexico NAFTA negotiators to resume talks next week: minister

Washington - US and Mexican negotiators will resume talks next week on the update of the North American Free Trade Agreement, Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said Friday.

Device for roadside drug testing set to be approved in Canada

Ottawa - Last month Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould published a notice of intention to approve the Dräger DrugTest 5000, and list it as “approved drug screening equipment” for law enforcement to use at the roadside to test for both THC and cocaine.

Four killed in shooting in Canada, including 2 police

Ottawa - Two police officers were among four people killed Friday in a shooting that sparked panic and a police lockdown in a sleepy eastern Canadian city, as the nation grapples with rising gun violence.

Combative Saudi foreign policy stirs international ire

Apo - Saudi Arabia has sought to tame critics with an aggressive foreign policy, but a deadly air raid in Yemen following an acrimonious spat with Canada will only amplify international pressure on the kingdom, analysts say.

Canada police probe death of deportee

Ottawa - Canadian police said Thursday they've launched an investigation into the death of a foreign national after an altercation with officials while he was being deported.

Canada asks for help in Saudi dispute

Ottawa - Canada is quietly working back channels to prod allies including Germany and Sweden to help resolve its row with Saudi Arabia, a government source confirmed Thursday.

Canada police probe death of deportee

Ottawa - Canadian police said Thursday they've launched an investigation into the death of a foreign national after an altercation with officials while he was being deported.

Mexico's economy minister upbeat on NAFTA progress

Washington - US and Mexican negotiators have made progress in narrowing differences on the update of the North American Free Trade Agreement, Mexico's Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said Thursday.

Saudi rules out mediation in Canada row, mulls new measures

Apo - Saudi Arabia on Wednesday ruled out any mediation in an escalating diplomatic row with Canada, adding that the kingdom was considering further punitive measures against Ottawa.

Saudi Arabia escalates dispute with Canada as U.S. stays mum

Riyadh - As the diplomatic crisis between Saudi Arabia and Canada escalates, the United States — Canada’s most important ally and largest trade partner — declined to come to the defense of the Canadian government.

Theresa May, Prince William commemorate 'Entente Cordiale' in Amiens

Paris - Britain's Prince William and Prime Minister Theresa May took part in commemorations Wednesday marking the centenary of the Battle of Amiens, which heralded the beginning of the end of World War I.

Theresa May, Prince William mark centenary of key WW1 battle

Paris - Britain's Prince William and Prime Minister Theresa May will join 2,000 guests at a service Wednesday marking the centenary of the Battle of Amiens, which rang in the beginning of the end of World War I.

Canadian UN peacekeepers return to Africa after 24 years

Gao - Soaring over the Niger river before entering the savannah in northern Mali, a Canadian twin-engined military helicopter is making one of its first forays into the country.

Saudi-Canada row leaves US in tight diplomatic spot

Washington - The sharp diplomatic row between Saudi Arabia and Canada has left Washington -- partners and allies of both -- in a bind, but the State Department on Tuesday nevertheless urged Riyadh to respect due process for detained activists.

Saudi seeks to silence foreign critics as Canada row erupts

Apo - Saudi Arabia's diplomatic rupture with Canada underscores the kingdom's newly combative foreign policy to tame international criticism after a crackdown on domestic critics, as it struggles to implement risky reforms, analysts say.

Canada — Saudi Arabia diplomatic spat turns very ugly

Saudi Arabian state media tweeted a disturbing infographic of an Air Canada airliner heading toward the Toronto skyline with the warning: "Sticking one's nose where it doesn't belong!" The message was clearly a reference to the 9/11 attacks.

Saudi Arabia, Canada row over jailed activists ramps up

Apo - Saudi Arabia and Canada on Monday showed no signs of backing down in an escalating row over human rights, after Riyadh abruptly cut ties over Ottawa's vigorous calls for the release of activists jailed in the kingdom.

Saudi Arabia to relocate students from Canada after cutting ties

Apo - Saudi Arabia has suspended scholarships to Canada and will relocate students already there, state media said Monday, after the kingdom abruptly cut ties with Ottawa over criticism of its jailing of rights activists.

Saudi expels Canadian envoy, recalls its own over 'interference'

Apo - Saudi Arabia said Monday it was expelling the Canadian ambassador and recalling its envoy while freezing all new trade, in retaliation for Ottawa's vigorous calls for the release of jailed activists.

Canada 'seriously concerned' after Saudis order ambassador's expulsion

Ottawa - Canada said Monday it is "seriously concerned" after Saudi Arabia announced it is expelling Ottawa's ambassador and recalling its own envoy in protest over "interference" in its internal affairs.

Saudi expels Canadian envoy, recalls its own over 'interference'

Apo - Saudi Arabia said Monday it was expelling the Canadian ambassador and had recalled its envoy while freezing all new trade, in protest at Ottawa's vigorous calls for the release of jailed activists.
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