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Record Number Of U.S. Citizens Sought Asylum In Canada In 2017: Report
Americans were the third-largest group to seek refuge in Canada in 2017, behind Haitians and Nigerians.
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Refugee Children See Snow For First Time In This Heartwarming Video
Two Eritrean refugee children saw snow for the first time, and their delight was caught on video!
Justin Trudeau: Gender Diversity In Politics Is 'Fundamental To Governing Well'
"It’s not just the right thing to do. It’s the smart thing to do," the Canadian prime minister said.
Eritrean Refugees See First Snow In Canada – And It Will Melt Your Heart
Two children's joy as flurries fly draws the attention of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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Controversial Campaign Calls People With Down Syndrome 'Endangered Species'
As prenatal testing reduces their numbers at birth, an advocacy group argues they belong on the endangered list.
Canada Formally Apologizes For Rejecting Jewish Refugees Fleeing Nazi Germany
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized for Canada's decision to reject refugees on the MS St. Louis — about 250 of whom later died in the Holocaust.
Backbenchers Ep. 2: Prepare For Another Nasty Election Campaign
The Backbenchers break down the upcoming federal election campaign, talk to a fringe party leader, and give you the low down on how you can create your own federal political party
Canada Has Legalized Marijuana, And That Pisses Off Trevor Noah
"As someone who lives in New York City, this story pisses me off. All these places are getting legal weed before us."
Canada Just Legalized Weed
At midnight, Canadians were legally able to buy weed for the very first time.
Visiting Canada For Legal Weed? Don’t Expect Amsterdam North
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Canada has become the second country to legalize marijuana.
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White House Edits Trump Insult
Trump’s insult about a reporter was edited out of an official White House transcript.
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Trump's 'New' Canada-Mexico Trade Deal Has All Kinds Of Improvements? Thanks, Obama.
The so-called "new NAFTA" is mainly what Canada and Mexico agreed to in the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement -- which Trump threw out after taking office.
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Canada, U.S. Reach Deal To Update NAFTA
By David Ljunggren and Roberta Rampton, Reuters
The reworked trade deal will be named "The United States Mexico Canada Agreement, or USMCA," Trump tweeted Monday.
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Trump Didn’t Have A Meeting Scheduled With Trudeau — But He Canceled It Anyway
The U.S. president said he snubbed a meeting request from Canada's prime minister, but Canada said there was no such request.
Terrifying ‘Fire Tornado’ Sucks Firehose Into The Sky, Then Melts It In Midair
Rare 'fire devil' footage caught on video in Canada.
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Trump Has Hurt American Workers, Charges AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka
Come November, his members will "probably" back Democratic candidates.
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Trump Confirms His 'Insulting' Comments About NAFTA Talks With Canada
The president insisted that any new trade deal with America's neighbor would be "totally on our terms."
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U.S., Mexico Reportedly Reach Deal To Replace NAFTA
By Roberta Rampton and Jeff Mason, Reuters
“There are still issues with Canada but I think they could be resolved very quickly,” a senior U.S. trade official said.
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The New Saudi Arabia Is A Lot Like The Old Saudi Arabia When It Comes To Women
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
A dispute with Canada over jailed women activists pits Saudi feminists and allies around the world against the planet's most misogynistic government.
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Thanks To Trump, Saudi Arabia Won’t Accept Even Mild Criticism From Its Friends Now
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
That a standard statement on human rights now inspires drastic Saudi actions and troll attacks evoking 9/11 shows authoritarians are bolder and diplomacy is harder.
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State Department On Saudi Arabia-Canada Spat: We're Staying Out
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
The Trump administration gave HuffPost its first comment on the fight over Canadian criticism of Saudi repression -- nearly 24 hours after it began.
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Saudi Arabia Kicks Out Canadian Ambassador For Human Rights Criticism
Canada said it was "gravely concerned" about the arrests of women's rights activists last week.
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Toronto Votes For A Total Ban On Handgun Sales After Mass Shooting
“Why does anyone in this city need to have a gun at all?” Mayor John Tory asked at a city council meeting on Monday.
Canadian Brewers Experimenting With Beer That Will Get You High Instead Of Drunk
Canadian brewers are experimenting with cannabis beer, meaning you could soon be getting baked on bitter or stoned on stout.
Hudson's Bay Company In Canada Dumping Ivanka Trump Products
Stores carrying Trump family items have been a target of boycott campaign.
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Death Toll Hits 33 In Canadian Heat Wave
Temperatures in Montreal could feel as high as 113 degrees on Thursday, the seventh day of intense heat in the region.
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