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Canadian farmers caught in the middle of U.S.-China disputes

by Emma Jacobs Sep 30, 2019
Since Canada detained Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou late last year, Chinese imports of several agricultural crops have slowed or stopped altogether.
Soybeans growing on a farm in Canada.
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Trade policy

Canada's Prime Minister in DC to discuss USMCA... or is it CUSMA?

by Kimberly Adams Jun 20, 2019
Canada's Prime Minister is in DC Thursday talking trade and the "new NAFTA".
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on a visit to China last year. Next week, Trudeau is meeting with President Donald Trump.
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Canada legalized marijuana, but still less than half of sales are from legal sources

by Ben Bradford Jun 19, 2019
Canada legalized production, sale and consumption of recreational cannabis last fall, the second nation in the world to do so after Uruguay.
A Canadian flag with a weed leaf on it is waved at a celebration of National Marijuana Day on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada.
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Trade showdown

VP Pence is off to Canada to push for "new NAFTA" deal

by Renata Sago May 29, 2019
The Trump administration hopes Ottawa lawmakers will approve the deal before their summer break — and an election that could unseat PM Justin Trudeau.
Steel coils lay in a yard at ArcelorMittal Dofasco steel plant on June 4, 2018 in Hamilton, Canada..
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A company that encourages bartering finds it needs ... currency

by Emma Jacobs May 21, 2019
One Canadian company made a transition from the oldest system of commerce ... to one of the newest.
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Canadians in the pot business need to be careful crossing U.S. border

by Quinn Klinefelter Dec 18, 2018
Crossing to even discuss the U.S. cannabis industry can be considered trafficking.
A woman waves a flag with a marijuana leaf on it next to a group gathered to celebrate National Marijuana Day on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada.
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GM Canada's company town has learned from past layoffs

by Emma Jacobs Dec 6, 2018
As the automaker's Oshawa, Ontario, plant has shed jobs, the local economy has been forced to diversify.
Image of the General Motors plant and headquarters in the 1940s.
Courtesy of the Archival Collection at the Oshawa Museum

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China demands Canada release Huawei executive

by Associated Press Dec 6, 2018
Huawei’s chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, faces possible extradition to the U.S.
Huawei’s chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, faces possible extradition to the United States.
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What's new about the new NAFTA

by , and Nov 30, 2018
Signed but not yet delivered: The new NAFTA isn't very different from the old one.
(L to R) Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, US President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leave after delivering a statement on the signing of a new free trade agreement in Buenos Aires, on November 30, 2018, on the sidelines of the G20 Leaders' Summit.
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Canada grapples with refugee influx from U.S.

by Emma Jacobs Nov 28, 2018
Refugees seeking asylum are leaving the U.S. for Canada, where authorities scramble to house them.
Beds in an emergency respite opened in Toronto in mid-November to relieve pressure on its stressed shelter system.
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