Trudeau says U.S. tariffs on national security grounds are insulting

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it is “insulting” that President Donald Trump says Canada’s steel industry poses a national security…

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Sworn in as Spain’s leader, Sanchez faces Catalan conundrum

BARCELONA, Spain — New Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez had been barely sworn in Saturday before one of the country’s…

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Hundreds of scholars gather for country’s largest academic conference

On Saturday, hundreds of scholars and researchers from around the country gathered at the University of Regina for the 87th…

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OPP investigate after youth jumps from moving vehicle in Kingsville

A youth has sustained serious injuries after police say he jumped out of a moving vehicle in Kingsville. The OPP…

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City is ‘proud’ it appears to be cleaner, but still needs help

The snow is all gone but it’s left a few things behind: winter grime, dirt and garbage. They’re all visible…

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Korean summit provides unusual look at Kim Jong Un

Hyung-Jin Kim, The Associated Press Published Friday, April 27, 2018 10:45PM EDT Last Updated Friday, April 27, 2018 11:02PM EDT…

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Cameron Bailey named new co-head of Toronto International Film Festival

Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, April 19, 2018 12:27PM EDT TORONTO — Cameron Bailey has been promoted to…

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Leafs to face Bruins in first round of Stanley Cup playoffs

TORONTO — At long last, the Toronto Maple Leafs know who they will face in the first round of the…

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Atlantic Canada recovers from flooding, outages and evacuations after deluge

Some Atlantic Canadians are still dealing with the aftermath of a deluge that led to severe flooding, power outages and…

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