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Canada's Freeland says spoke to U.S. trade chief about tariffs

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said she had spoken to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Tuesday about American tariffs on...

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Indigenous energy summit includes session on pipeline ownership options

CALGARY — First Nations that produce oil and gas in Canada will hear presentations Wednesday at the Indigenous Energy Summit on how they might take ownership of major...

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Is Terrace prepared for a rail disaster?

The City of Terrace is reviewing its emergency response procedures to railway accidents after a resident voiced concern over the increased shipment of dangerous goods in the...

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Moncton's improved rail crossings 'kind of useless' in winter, wheelchair user says

Months after Moncton spent thousands to upgrade railway and sidewalk crossings to reduce the risk of wheelchairs getting stuck, winter snow clearing has essentially restored...

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Will the Doug Ford Government’s Upload of the TTC Impact Mississauga?

Coming in like a wrecking ball, the Doug Ford-led PCs have vowed to reevaluate regional governments across the province (whether this will lead to amalgamations between...

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Fighting over USMCA will mean ‘weaker for longer’ loonie: JPMorgan

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) anticipates a brawl between deeply divided U.S. lawmakers over the yet-to-be-ratified United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) that...

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Canadian Transportation Agency launches its first rail investigation

The Canadian Transportation Agency has launched its first ever investigation into freight rail operations at the behest of shippers in the Vancouver area. To read full...

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"Negotiations are done,’ says Canadian official, in face of U.S. Democrats looking to reopen USMCA

As United States Democrats question if they will approve the re-negotiated NAFTA, a Canadian official says the deal has been signed and negotiations are over. To read full...

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Theresa May faces non-confidence vote after MPs reject Brexit deal

Lawmakers in the U.K. have dealt a crushing defeat to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal, throwing Britain's exit from the European Union into renewed turmoil...

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GM reaffirms Oshawa closure after separate meetings with Doug Ford, Navdeep Bains

TORONTO — Ontario and federal politicians have walked away empty-handed from meetings with General Motors about the company’s plans to close the Oshawa Assembly...

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Agency to investigate possible freight rail problems in Vancouver

GATINEAU, Que. — The National Transportation Agency will investigate possible problems with freight train service issues in the Vancouver area including whether rail...

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Trudeau promotes two rookies to front bench, creates new post to tend to rural concerns

RIDEAU HALL—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday unveiled a few minor changes to his front bench, creating a new cabinet post to oversee the concerns of rural voters and...