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Canada regulator to reconsider Trans Mountain pipeline to Pacific
The Canadian government on Friday ordered a new review of the Trans Mountain pipeline to the Pacific taking into account the impact of increased tanker traffic on endangered killer whales along the coast.
Canada has new drug shortages
It's not just the EpiPen. Drug shortages have quietly become a chronic problem for Canada's health-care system. Last week alone, 25 new drugs were listed on Canada's drug shortage website.
Canada's children have high rates of suicide, abuse, infant mortality
Canada's global reputation as a healthy place to raise children is belied by statistics showing strikingly high rates of suicide, child abuse and struggles with mental health, a new report suggested on Tuesday.
US, Mexico strike trade deal, discuss bringing in Canada
US President Donald Trump said Monday the United States and Mexico have reached a new trade deal, paving the way for the possible revision of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
US, Canadian nurses to train Iranians
According to the negotiations with the International Council of Nurses (ICN) at Geneva meeting, it was decided that American and Canadian nurses come to Iran to train Iranian ones, said the head of Iran's Nursing Organization on Thursday.
Saudi foreign minister says no room for mediation in Canada row
Saudi Arabia says there is no room for mediation in the kingdom's escalating diplomatic dispute with Canada, days after Riyadh abruptly cut ties with Ottawa over its criticism of the Saudi crackdown on dissent.
Canada to ask allies to help cool Saudi dispute; US offers no aid
Row sheds light on scores of rights activists’ arrest
Canada plans to seek help from the United Arab Emirates and Britain to defuse an escalating dispute with Saudi Arabia, sources said, but close ally, the United States, made clear it would not get involved.
Canadian telescope picks up mysterious, low-frequency fast radio burst
Canada's newest radio telescope has recorded the first fast radio burst featuring low-frequency waves.
Saudi expels Canadian envoy, recalls its own over 'interference'
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.
Canada using DNA, ancestry websites to investigate migrants
Canadian immigration officials are using DNA testing and ancestry websites to try to establish the nationality of migrants, the Canada Border Services Agency said on Friday.
Death toll from Canada heatwave hits 70
A heat wave in Quebec in eastern Canada has now been blamed for 70 deaths, officials have said.
Canada heat wave death toll hits 54
The death toll in a week-long eastern Canadian heat wave reached 54, officials said on Friday.
Canada hits back at US on tariffs, says it will not back down
Canada struck back at the Trump administration over US steel and aluminum tariffs on Friday, vowing to impose punitive measures on C$16.6 billion ($12.63 billion) worth of American goods until Washington relents.
Trump urges Canada to up defense spending
Ahead of next month's NATO summit, US President Donald Trump has once again called upon Canada and other members of the North Atlantic alliance to increase their defense spending.
Canada’s Trudeau slams US family separations
The US practice of separating migrant children from parents caught crossing the US-Mexico border illegally is "wrong," Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.

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