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Exclusive: Canada rushes to deport asylum seekers who walked from US - data
Canada is prioritizing the deportation of asylum seekers who walked across the border from the United States illegally, federal agency statistics show, as the Liberal government tries to tackle a politically sensitive issue ahead of an election year.
Cases of rare, polio-like paralysis targeting kids appear in Canada
Last week, the US Centers for Disease Control reported a small surge in cases of a mysterious disease in children. More than 60 cases of the polio-like illness have been confirmed in 22 US states in recent weeks. Now, doctors in Toronto say they're seeing cases appear in Canada.
Canada allocates $50m in aid to UN agency for Palestinians
Canada announced up to $50 million in aid to the United Nations (UN)’s relief agency for Palestinian refugees two months after the US cut its aid to that body.
Canada Parliament revokes Aung San Suu Kyi’s honorary citizenship
After the Canadian House of Commons passed a motion revoking the honorary Candian citizenship last week, it was ratified unanimously by Canada’s Senate on Tuesday and became a formal action.
Saudi Arabia uses intrusive Israeli spyware on Canada-based activist: Report
Saudi Arabia has used an intrusive Israeli-made spyware to monitor the online activities of prominent Saudi activist Omar Abdulaziz in Canada, according to internet watchdog Citizen Lab.
Trump touts new trade deal with Canada and Mexico as ‘historic’
US President Donald Trump has touted a new trade agreement made with Canada and Mexico that replaces NAFTA as "truly historic news," marking it as a victory in his push to reshape the lines of global commerce.
Canada strips Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi of honorary citizenship
Canada's Parliament voted unanimously on Thursday to effectively strip Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi of her honorary Canadian citizenship over the Rohingya crisis.
We're not 'a banana republic' Saudi says, demands Canada apologize
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister asked Canada to apologize for demanding the release of Saudi women’s rights activists and stop treating the kingdom as “a banana republic” if it wanted to resolve a diplomatic dispute between the two countries.
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.

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