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Quebec enlists Canadian Forces in fight against rising floodwaters

Unrelenting rain is worsening a flood crisis in Central Canada that has already forced Quebec to call in military aid.

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Ontario court says man born out of wedlock can’t inherit from grandma because will is from 1977

A man who was born out of wedlock has been denied a share of his grandmother’s estate after an Ontario court found the law at the time the woman’s will was made excluded children born outside a marriage.

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Trump administration: softwood threat from Trudeau government ‘inappropriate’

The Trump administration says it won’t be pressured by trade threats from the Canadian government, responding Saturday to a warning that the northern neighbour could start targeting American industries in the event of a protracted dispute over softwood lumber.

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Ontario man accused of human trafficking, exploiting Nova Scotia women

RCMP working on a yearlong cross-country investigation have arrested an Ontario man they accuse of trafficking and exploiting women from Nova Scotia.

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Canadian in custody in Belize as police investigate woman’s death

The Canadian government says a citizen is in police custody in Belize in connection with the deaths of a Toronto woman and her American boyfriend.

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Liberals removed lobbyists who signed up for Montreal fundraiser with Justin Trudeau

There were registered lobbyists who signed up and paid to attend a fundraiser featuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Montreal, but the Liberal party says they have since been removed from the guest list.

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Refugee advocates worry Canada will push U.S. for border crackdown

On the eve of the U.S. homeland security secretary’s visit to Canada, refugee advocates worry Ottawa could ask the Americans to beef up border enforcement to curb the flow of asylum-seekers coming into the country. The surge of illegal crossings in recent months is expected to be a key issue on the agenda between Public…

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Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on International Women’s Day

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the occasion of International Women’s Day:

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StatsCan on Canada’s gender pay gap: Women earn 87¢ to men’s $1

Canadian women earned 87 cents an hour for every dollar made by men in 2015, according to new Statistics Canada data released Wednesday to mark International Women’s Day.

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Trudeau tells EU: the world needs you

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau praised the European Union on Thursday as an unprecedented model for peaceful cooperation, in a speech to EU lawmakers that contrasted sharply with the critical stance of U.S. President Donald Trump.

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Refugees fleeing into Canada from the United States

Reuters photographer Christinne Muschi recently spent time at the end of a small country road in Hemmingford, Quebec, that dead-ends at the U.S.-Canada border, just across from another dead-end road near Champlain, New York.

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Canada will make new investments in defence, Sajjan says after NATO meeting

Canada expects to make significant new investments in defence following the forthcoming release of its defence policy review, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said Thursday as he met with NATO leaders in Brussels.

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