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Ties between Trudeau, Trump tested at close of NATO summit

Ties between Trudeau, Trump tested at close of NATO summit

WATFORD, United Kingdom — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau escaped an international summit with his relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump apparently intact despite ill-timed comments that threatened to ignite tensions between the two leaders.
N.S. girl earns bravery award for saving family from van that plunged into river

N.S. girl earns bravery award for saving family from van that plunged into river

HALIFAX — Six-year-old Sophia Grace LeBlanc and two siblings were in a van driven by their mother in November 2018 when the vehicle left the highway near Little River, N.S., and plunged into a river, landing on its roof.
Scheer warns Liberals his Tories are watching as Parliament prepares to return

Scheer warns Liberals his Tories are watching as Parliament prepares to return

OTTAWA — Opposition Conservatives are looking ahead to the return of Parliament Thursday as an opportunity to change the channel after weeks of very public party in-fighting around the future of leader Andrew Scheer.

B.C. bans logging in sensitive border area after urging from Seattle mayor

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government has banned logging in an ecologically sensitive area along the United States border after Seattle's mayor and environmental groups called for protection of the watershed.
Trudeau-Trump trip-ups: A brief history of bumps in the leaders' relationship

Trudeau-Trump trip-ups: A brief history of bumps in the leaders' relationship

OTTAWA — The latest snafu in the relationship between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump played out on the public stage of an international summit on Wednesday.
Quebec chief justice postpones speech to Jewish law society over Bill 21 concerns

Quebec chief justice postpones speech to Jewish law society over Bill 21 concerns

MONTREAL — Quebec's chief justice, who is hearing a case seeking a suspension of the province's secularism law, will no longer be speaking to an association of Jewish lawyers in Montreal following allegations of bias.
Trudeau's plane damaged, now backup plane grounded in London, U.K.

Trudeau's plane damaged, now backup plane grounded in London, U.K.

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's bad luck with planes continues. He was forced to use a back-up aircraft Monday to ferry him to London for a NATO summit because the usual prime ministerial jet was damaged in a hangar accident last month.
Everyone wants a unicorn puppy; In-The-News gets magical on Dec. 4

Everyone wants a unicorn puppy; In-The-News gets magical on Dec. 4

In-The-News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Dec. 4. What we are watching in Canada ...
NATO chief says Canadian missions in Latvia, Iraq helping strengthen alliance

NATO chief says Canadian missions in Latvia, Iraq helping strengthen alliance

LONDON — NATO's secretary-general has come out swinging in defence of the military alliance, and says Canada is playing a key role in the helping strengthen the 70-year-old organization thanks in part to its contributions to different missions.

NATO chief says Canadian missions in Latvia, Iraq helping strengthen alliance

LONDON — NATO's secretary-general has come out swinging in defence of the military alliance, and says Canada is playing a key role in the helping strengthen the 70-year-old organization thanks in part to its contributions to different missions.