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Trump has conversation with Trudeau, discuss the economy and exports

Trump has conversation with Trudeau, discuss the economy and exports

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has congratulated U.S. President Trump on his inauguration. The Prime Minister's Office says the two men spoke by phone Saturday, but it was not immediately clear how long the conversation lasted.
Thousands across Canada rally in support of Washington women's march

Thousands across Canada rally in support of Washington women's march

Thousands of Canadians, many waving signs and wearing pointy-eared pink hats, gathered in cities and towns across the country Saturday to show solidarity with the massive Women's March in Washington. A day after Donald Trump's inauguration as U.S.

One dead, two presumed dead after going through the ice in Nunavut

WHALE COVE, Nunavut — RCMP in Nunavut say they believe three people died Saturday after a large snow machine went through the ice.

Brit and Canadian heading to Women's March turned away at US border

A U.K. national in Canada on a student visa says he and a friend were turned away at the U.S. border because they intended to go to Saturday's Women's March in Washington.
'Sisters of the north' join massive Women's March on Washington

'Sisters of the north' join massive Women's March on Washington

WASHINGTON — Hundreds of Canadian women who carted signs and flags to the U.S. capital for a massive rally for women's rights were greeted Saturday with cheers and shouts of gratitude by Americans supporting the march.

Free snowmobiling in northern New England, Canada this month

EAGLE LAKE, Maine — Maine is using a pair of weekends in January to open up snowmobiling opportunities with its neighbours, including New Brunswick. Maine and New Brunswick Free Trail Weekend began on Friday and continues Saturday and Sunday.
Canadian court rules in  Ecuadorian legal battle involving  oil giant Chevron

Canadian court rules in Ecuadorian legal battle involving oil giant Chevron

Both sides found positives in a Canadian court ruling issued Friday in a David and Goliath legal battle between oil giant Chevron and a group of Ecuadorian villagers. The villagers are using the Canadian courts to try to collect on a US$9.

Trade, trade-offs, and O'Leary: three ways politics touched Canadians this week

OTTAWA — The pageantry of the Donald Trump inauguration absorbed most of the political oxygen in Ottawa this week, mainly because the subtext was a growing realization that so many facets of Canadian politics have been turned on their head.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $50 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $50 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. However, one of the two Maxmillion prizes up for grabs was claimed by a ticket purchased somewhere in Quebec.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark no longer receiving stipend from party

B.C. Premier Christy Clark no longer receiving stipend from party

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's premier says she is no longer receiving an annual stipend from her political party because the payment has become a distraction. Christy Clark told media at an unrelated event Friday that she has asked the B.C.