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Mexico rejects US demand for trade deal 'supervisors'

Mexico - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Tuesday he would not accept a US proposal for supervisors to oversee the implementation of Mexico's labor reforms under the countries' new trade deal.

Chinese ambassador visits Huawei exec under house arrest in Canada

Ottawa - China's ambassador to Canada on Friday called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to "correct its mistake" of detaining Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou last year on a US extradition warrant.

US, Mexico, Canada negotiators making final USMCA push

Washington - The top United States, Mexican and Canadian trade negotiators met on Wednesday in an effort to put the final touches on a regional free trade agreement that can pass muster in the US Congress.

US, Mexico, Canada negotiators making final USMCA push

Washington - US, Mexican and Canadian trade negotiators met on Wednesday in an effort to put the final touches on a regional free trade agreement that can pass muster in the American Congress.

Canadian consumers also warned to not eat romaine lettuce

The Public Health Agency of Canada is advising Canadians to follow the U.S. CDC’s public health advice and to not eat, and retailers and foodservice establishments to not sell or serve, any romaine lettuce harvested from Salinas, California.

Op-Ed: How safe are whistleblowers? A look at Canada and the U.S.

Canadian whistleblower laws are woefully inadequate to protect informants - exposing them to retribution and it's time to bolster protections before a crisis hits, says an expert who has helped defend more than 7,000 whistleblowers worldwide.

Benadryl's availability over-the-counter called into question

For decades, Benadryl has been the most popular over-the-counter allergy medication in Canada and the United States. Used according to instructions, the medication has helped relieve allergies, hives and hay fever.

Pelosi: USMCA passage could occur 'this year'

Washington - The US House of Representatives could approve a new North American trade pact before the end of 2019, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday.

Canada spy agencies split over proposed Huawei 5G ban: media

Ottawa - Canada's spy agencies are divided over whether or not to ban Chinese technology giant Huawei from fifth generation (5G) networks over security concerns, the Globe and Mail reported Wednesday.

High wire: Cirque du Soleil founder held for 'growing cannabis'

Papeete - The billionaire founder of global acrobatic troupe Cirque du Soleil, Guy Laliberte, has been detained in French Polynesia on suspicion of growing cannabis on his private island in the South Pacific, authorities said.

37 killed in Burkina Faso's deadliest attack in five years

Ouagadougou - An ambush on a convoy transporting employees of a Canadian mining company in Burkina Faso killed 37 people on Wednesday, the deadliest attack in nearly five years of jihadist violence in the West African country.

China to resume Canadian beef, pork imports: Trudeau

Ottawa - China has agreed to resume imports of Canadian beef and pork, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday, signalling a breakthrough in their tense relations.

Lead in some Canadian's drinking water worse than Flint

Montreal - Hundreds of thousands of Canadians have been unwittingly exposed to high levels of lead in their drinking water, with contamination in several cities consistently higher than they ever were in Flint, Michigan, according to a year-long investigation.

Trudeau rules out coalition as he forms new Canadian government

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday ruled out forming a coalition government despite an election victory that left his Liberals short of a majority.

Trudeau's Liberals win Canada vote, will form minority govt

Ottawa - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party held onto power in a nail-biter of a Canadian general election on Monday, but as a weakened minority government.

Trudeau's future on the line as Canadians vote

Ottawa - Canadians voted Monday in what pundits called one of the country's closest elections ever, leaving the future of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in doubt.

Liberals, Tories slug it out on last day of Canada election

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Conservative rival Andrew Scheer slugged it out Sunday on the last day of a rancorous election campaign.

Canada election puts spotlight on the oil-climate divide

Regina - On the eve of Canada's federal elections, Conservatives and Liberals are neck-and-neck in the polls. But in the prairie province of Saskatchewan support for the Tories is steadfast, centered around the fate of the oil and gas industry.

Tension mounts in Canada as election nears

Montr - With just three days left before Canada votes in a hotly contested election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative rival Andrew Scheer on Friday ratcheted up the mudslinging, as both seek to avoid ending up with a minority government.

Mexican president woos US Democrats to back trade deal

Mexico - Mexico's president vowed to increase workers' wages and amply fund a labor-reform package in a letter Thursday aimed at winning reluctant US Democrats' backing for the new US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement.

Giving the Game Away: What Canada’s game play says about people?

Video games may be popular, but there's always time for board games, especially when families come together. A new survey reveals 'The 10 Most Popular Board Games in Canada, and behind this some interesting differences across the country.

Upcoming national election is crucial for Canada’s energy sector

Ontario - Energy and the environment is arguably the key policy area that will decide the election—and most agree the outcome of the vote will, in turn, be crucial for Canada’s energy sector.

Canada vote pitches Trudeau into fight of his political life

Ottawa - The gloves have come off as Justin Trudeau struggles to hold onto his parliamentary majority heading into the last week of a tight campaign before Canada's October 21 general election.

Canada's Trudeau called 'compulsive liar' in last election debate

Gatineau - Justin Trudeau was labelled a "compulsive liar" by his main rival during the final leaders' debate before upcoming Canadian elections, in which the prime minister was forced to defend his environmental policies.

Canadian father sues Japan firm for paternity leave harassment

Apo - A Canadian father who alleges he was bullied and fired by his Japanese employer after he tried to claim paternity leave appeared in a Tokyo court Wednesday to pursue his lawsuit against the firm.

Mexico lobbies Pelosi on trade deal

Mexico - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Tuesday he plans to send a letter to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asking for her support to ratify the new US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement.

Voter says Canada party head should cut off turban to look Canadian

Montr - The head of a Canadian political party, who is Sikh, was interrupted at a Montreal market on Wednesday by a passerby who told him to take off his turban to "look like a Canadian," according to video seen on TV.

Greta Thunberg heads to US Midwest for Friday protest

New York - After protests in New York and Montreal, teen activist Greta Thunberg has said she will join demonstrators in Iowa in the US Midwest on Friday for the latest "climate strike.

UAW strike against GM now hitting both sides of the border

The continuing strike by General Motors union workers has now cost the automaker more than $1 billion during the third quarter, J.P. Morgan estimates - creating parts shortages for GM plants in Mexico and unrest in Canada.

Canada, US seek to reduce dependency on China for rare earth minerals

Montr - Canada is in talks with the United States to seek ways for both to reduce their dependance on China for rare earth elements, key minerals for high-tech products, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday.
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