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Canada teen murder suspects died by apparent suicide, police say
The Canadian men who evaded a country-wide manhunt for more than two weeks, and whose bodies were discovered last week, likely died from self-inflicted gunshot wounds, police said.
Capital One says information of over 100m in US, Canada hacked
Capital One Financial Corp. said that personal information including names and addresses of about 100 million individuals in the United States and six million people in Canada were obtained by a hacker who was arrested.
Mystery deepens over murder of tourist couple in Canada
Police investigating the murder of two young travelers in Canada said the case could be linked to the disappearance of two teenagers and the discovery of a third body 470km (290 miles) away.
Canada says it is close to deal with EU on possible fix to WTO deadlock
Canada and the European Union are close to agreeing on a possible temporary solution to a US block on appeals in disputes at the World Trade Organization (WTO), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.
China says Canadian citizen detained for drug offenses
Chinese police detained a Canadian citizen in relation with a drugs case involving students, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday, an incident that comes amid a deep chill in relations between the two countries.
Leaked govt. inquiry hints at 'genocide’ of Indigenous women in Canada
A landmark government report has concluded that the disproportionate number of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada amounts to "genocide."
Philippines ships dumped trash back to Canada
Tons of garbage sent to the Philippines years ago was shipped back to Canada on Friday after a festering diplomatic row, as Asian nations increasingly reject serving as dumping grounds for international trash.
Canada takes first step towards ratifying trade deal with US, Mexico
Canada took a first step toward ratifying a new North American trade agreement on Monday just three days ahead of US Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to Ottawa to discuss passage of the treaty.
Reuters poll: Bank of Canada done raising rates, 40% chance of cut by end-2020
The Bank of Canada (BoC) is done raising interest rates until at least the end of next year, with a serious risk of a cut by then as policymakers become more wary of slowing growth and global trade tensions, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.
Philippines' Duterte orders trash shipped back to Canada
Rodrigo Duterte has ordered his government to hire a private shipping company to send 69 containers of garbage back to Canada and leave them within its territorial waters if it refuses to accept the trash, his spokesman said on Wednesday.
Trump lifts steel, aluminum tariffs on Canada, Mexico
President Donald Trump on Friday announced a deal to lift US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico that had created friction between the neighbors and blocked a new North American free trade agreement.
British man rearrested after woman, baby bodies found in Canada
A British man was rearrested after the bodies of a woman and her one-year-old daughter were found in Canada.
EU, Canada vow to fight new US sanctions on Cuba
The European Union and Canada have warned of reprisals after the United States for the first time allowed lawsuits against foreign companies operating in Cuba, including EU and Canadian firms.
EU, Canada vow to fight new US sanctions on Cuba
The European Union and Canada have warned of reprisals after the United States for the first time allowed lawsuits against foreign companies operating in Cuba, including EU and Canadian firms.
Canada invests in energy efficiency and climate change
Canadians want to be ready to tackle the challenges of a changing climate, now and for future generations. This is why the government is investing in energy efficiency and climate adaptation while creating good jobs and growing the economy.

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