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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.
Canada lowering dependence on trade with US
Canada's trade deficit narrowed to Can$4.2 billion (US$3.1 billion) in January as commerce with countries other than the United States ramped up, the government statistical agency said Wednesday.
Boeing crisis grows as EU and Canada step up scrutiny of 737 MAX
The crisis for US aviation company Boeing is growing as the European Union and Canada said they would seek their own guarantees over the safety of the 737 MAX following the two deadly crashes of the company’s flagship aircraft.
US, Canada, EU announce new sanctions against Russia
The US, the EU and Canada have imposed fresh sanctions against Moscow in a coordinated move as people in Crimea celebrated the fifth anniversary of reintegration to Russia following a referendum.
Second Trudeau minister resigns as Canada’s political crisis swells
Another minister in the cabinet of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada quit in protest on Monday over accusations that he and his aides tried to influence a criminal case against a multinational Canadian company accused of bribing the Libyan government.
Canada opposition calls on PM Trudeau to quit over ethics allegations
Canada’s main opposition party has called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to step down following allegations of unethical conduct by his officials.
China slams UK, EU ‘dual standards’ on row with Canada
China has slammed the United Kingdom and the European Union for adopting a double-standard approach towards the issue of human rights, saying the Westerners voice concerns over Beijing's detention of Canadians while remaining silent on the case of a Chinese national arrested in the North American state.
Saudi Arabia gets armored vehicles despite Canada's pledge to halt deal
A consignment of armored vehicles has left Canada for Saudi Arabia despite Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's declaration that Ottawa was ready to halt a $13 billion arms deal with Riyadh.
'Transforming Traditions: The Arts of 19th Century Iran' at Canada's Aga Khan Museum
The Aga Khan Museum in Canada brings together a selection of masterpieces dating between 1785 and 1925 from the Qajar Dynasty, Iran in its exhibition 'Transforming Traditions: The Arts of 19th Century Iran'. The exhibition is on view on February 10, 2019.

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