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Trump’s trade war gobsmacks Mexico and Canada

“What we are doing is, prepare and keep a strategy of how to coexist with what is sometimes unpredictable. That’s our obligation,” Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said. | Andrew Harnik/AP Photo Trade Mexican and Canadian [...]

‘Why Are So Many of Our Girls Dying?’ Canada Grapples With Violence Against Indigenous Women

WINNIPEG — In the 24 hours before the disappearance of Tina Fontaine, a 15-year-old from the Sagkeeng First Nation in Canada, she was seen by provincial child welfare workers, police officers and health care professionals. Then she [...]

Canada Agrees to Take Back Trash Sent to Philippines Years Ago

MANILA — The Canadian government said on Wednesday that it would take back tons of garbage sent to the Philippines several years ago, after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered that it be returned immediately. In a statement, Catherine McKenna, [...]

What’s a Feminist Government? Canada, and Trudeau, Grapple With the Question

“I know some women who are wonderfully kind and generous and loving,” she added, “and I know some men who are — and I know some women and men who are tough and ruthless and cunning. The moment you start attributing any kind of [...]

Chinese Dissidents Feel Heat of Beijing’s Wrath. Even in Canada.

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Search for Sheng Xue on Google in English and you will find the story of an award-winning writer who left China for Canada after the Tiananmen Square uprising and became one of the world’s leading advocates [...]

Canada Gives Asylum to Refugee Who Sheltered Edward Snowden

HONG KONG — A Filipino woman who sheltered Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor, when he fled to Hong Kong has been granted asylum in Canada, where she arrived on Monday with her daughter. The woman, Vanessa [...]

Justin Trudeau Breaks Silence on Political Crisis Rattling Canada

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada on Thursday spoke directly about the political controversy that has consumed the country for the past month, saying that there had been a breakdown in trust and communication but that he [...]

What You Need to Know About the Huawei Court Case in Canada

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — When the Chinese tech executive Meng Wanzhou was arrested by the Canadian authorities in the Vancouver airport while changing flights, she suddenly became one of the world’s most famous detainees. Her [...]

U.S. and Canada Warn Against Travel to Haiti as Violent Protests Continue

The governments of the United States and Canada have warned people not to travel to Haiti as violent protests against President Jovenel Moïse continued on Friday in the capital and other cities in the Caribbean nation for the ninth straight [...]

Canada Dispatch: ‘The Nation Has Stood Up’: Indigenous Clans in Canada Battle Pipeline Project

Freda Huson, 54, the spokeswoman at the Unist’ot’en camp, raised her family on a reserve and worked hard to pay off a house and five vehicles. Still, she said she wasn’t happy, so she came to this wilderness area in 2010 where, [...]