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John McCallum had embarrassed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government by saying Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou could make a strong argument against being sent to the United States.Here's The Full Story…

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“There is a delicate domestic context that we respect which is why I don’t want to say any more about that, but I will remind people Canada is a welcoming country,” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau added. Here's The Full Story…

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Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: “We continue to be engaged with our allies on the investigation into accountability for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and we are in discussions with our like-minded allies as to the next steps with regard Saudi Arabia.”Here's The Full Story…

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa is ready to halt a $13 billion arms deal with Riyadh if it concludes the weapons have been misused.

“We strongly demand and expect that Canadian exports are used in a way that fully respects human rights. We have frozen export permits before when we had concerns about their potential misuse and we will not hesitate to do so again,” he added.Here's The Full Story…

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday his government will consider, after the recreational use of cannabis is legalized on October 17, pardoning persons convicted in the past of simple pot possession. Trudeau said: “Well, as we have said, we’ll look at that once the law has been changed. So from October 17, we will start looking at the best way to do it.”Here's The Full Story…

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Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s chief NAFTA negotiator says negotiators are racing against the clock because of a US-set deadline. US President Donald Trump has been pushing for a complete overhaul of the 25-year-old continental trade deal, which he says has been a “rip-off” for the United States. Tempers flared this week on both sides as the end-of-month deadline approached.

“We’re not getting along with their negotiators,” US President Trump said. Canada PM Justin Trudeau fired back: “We won’t sign a bad deal for Canada.”Here's The Full Story…

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday he wanted a good NAFTA deal as soon as possible, but did not answer directly when asked if he agreed with Washington that the end of September was the final deadline for talks. “We have seen various deadlines put forward as markers to work for,” Trudeau told reporters when asked whether he felt that the end of September was the final deadline. Here's The Full Story…

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As crunch talks between the U.S. and Canada on a new NAFTA deal restart, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has said no to demands from American lawmakers to weaken cultural protections for local media assets prized by Hollywood and Wall Street investors.

“It is inconceivable to Canadians that an American network might buy Canadian media affiliates, whether it’s newspapers or TV stations or TV networks,” Trudeau said during a press conference.Here's The Full Story…