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Nebraska's Keystone XL vote may not be a clear yes or no

Nebraska's Keystone XL vote may not be a clear yes or no

LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska regulators are set to decide Monday whether to approve or deny an in-state route for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. It's the last major regulatory hurdle facing project operator TransCanada Corp.
Ex-Mexican president Fox to PM Trudeau: Don't be 'Judas' and betray us on NAFTA

Ex-Mexican president Fox to PM Trudeau: Don't be 'Judas' and betray us on NAFTA

MEXICO CITY — A former Mexican president has a warning for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Don't abandon our country in NAFTA talks like some modern-day ''Judas.'' Vicente Fox warns that would be a mistake.

Members of Canada's Zimbabwean community disappointed with Mugabe speech

Members of Canada's Zimbabwean community have been waiting days for news the country's president for 37 years would resign, so when word finally came that Robert Mugabe would make the announcement in a live broadcast on Sunday, they made sure they tu
At NAFTA talks, Canada delivers a lecture on autos, not a counter-offer

At NAFTA talks, Canada delivers a lecture on autos, not a counter-offer

MEXICO CITY — Canadian negotiators intend to provide a briefing to their American peers on how their auto proposals would devastate their own domestic industry, in an effort to reset one of the most difficult conversations looming over the renegotiat

Disabled groups fight immigration law they say is 'demeaning'

TORONTO — A national advocacy group is pushing for the government to repeal immigration criteria that it calls discriminatory toward people with disabilities.
Trudeau mulling China trip in December, free trade talks possible

Trudeau mulling China trip in December, free trade talks possible

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is looking at a possible trade trip to China early next month but Canada isn't ready to launch formal free trade talks with China just yet.
Back-to-work legislation ends five-week Ontario college strike

Back-to-work legislation ends five-week Ontario college strike

TORONTO — Ontario legislated college faculty back to work on Sunday, ending a five-week strike and paving the way for students to return to class on Tuesday.
Grassy Narrows seeks treatment centre so residents don't die away from reserve

Grassy Narrows seeks treatment centre so residents don't die away from reserve

OTTAWA — Chief Simon Fobister doesn't have to imagine the grief and anguish and pain that decades of slow-motion mercury poisoning have wrought on the people of Grassy Narrows First Nation. After all, he's one of them.
Birthplace of Dionne quintuplets moved after yearlong grassroots campaign

Birthplace of Dionne quintuplets moved after yearlong grassroots campaign

NORTH BAY, Ont. — The birthplace of the Dionne quintuplets weathered a treacherous trek down the dark, snow-blanketed streets of a northeastern Ontario city on Sunday as it was once again uprooted and hauled to a new location.
Canada faces Russia-linked cyberthreats at home and abroad, NATO chief says

Canada faces Russia-linked cyberthreats at home and abroad, NATO chief says

HALIFAX — The head of NATO is urging Canada to be vigilant about the threat of Russian cyberwarfare both on the battlefield and at home.