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China Frees Canadians Michael Kovrig And Michael Spavor

OTTAWA — Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are on a return flight to Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday evening. The announcement comes shortly after Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou departed Vancouver for China after...
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Huawei Cfo Meng Set To Be Freed After Signing Deferred Prosecution Agreement With U.s.

OTTAWA — Senior Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has signed an agreement with U.S. prosecutors that opens the door for her to return to China in a development that will have major consequences beyond North America. The Chinese telecom giant’s chief...
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Mexico’s Amlo Just Made Washington And Ottawa An Offer They’ll Probably Refuse

AMLO's proposal: to build an alliance of states within Latin American and the Caribbean, and then pursue economic integration with the United States and Canada. 
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Canadian Conservative Leader Tested Leftward Shift Against Trudeau. Will The New Course Stick?

OTTAWA — Erin O’Toole’s upstart campaign against Justin Trudeau showed Canada’s Conservatives what it’s like to campaign to the left. The party’s faithful now have to decide if they liked it. The new, more “progressive” approach...
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Everything You Need To Know About The Canadian Election

OTTAWA — The fate of Justin Trudeau’s early election gambit now rests with voters. What Canada’s incumbent prime minister had expected would be an easy majority win risks returning him another minority government, inviting yet more questions...
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Ottawa 67’s Make Difficult Choice By Trading Moldenhauer

On Wednesday evening, the Ottawa 67’s pulled the trigger on a move that they have been thinking about since it was confirmed that Nicholas Moldenhauer would not be reporting to…
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Former Senators’ Zack Smith Calls It Quits

Former Ottawa Senator Zack Smith didn’t always know he would make it as a professional hockey player. But he became a fan favourite quickly when he did. Smith sat through…
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Trudeau Loses Luster As Bruising Campaign Ends

OTTAWA — If Canadians elect a minority government next week, Liberal or Conservative, Justin Trudeau loses. The Liberal prime minister gambled on an election he did not have to call. If the Conservatives win, he’ll suffer the worst kind of bad...
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Canada Burns And The Election Heats Up. Trudeau's Still Trying To Figure Out If He's A Climate...

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau unveiled his party’s climate plan to fast track a goal to reach net-zero emissions by 2050 at a campaign event Sunday, and he was nearly drowned out by a cacophony of screaming protesters and their air sirens. The...
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An “amazingly Bright” Future For The Ottawa Senators

from TSN, When Pierre McGuire was introduced as Ottawa Senators senior vice-president of player development last month, he said he was optimistic about the organization’s direction. McGuire reiterated those feelings of...
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Michigan Anti-masker Blows Up At County Meeting -- And Warns That Many 'good Guys' Are 'ready To Do...

During a Board of Commissioners meeting in Ottawa County, Michigan, an anti-mask protester took the podium and treated the room to a furious rant laced with vague threats. "You wear that diaper on your face, if he farted right now, could you smell...
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U.s. Extends Border Restrictions On Canadians. Trudeau Asked About Re-sealing Frontier To Americans.

OTTAWA, Ont. — The U.S. is extending its border restrictions on Canadians for at least another month. And now Justin Trudeau is being asked if he might re-shutter Canada's frontier to Americans. A Delta-driven surge in Covid-19 on both sides of...
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Abacus Data: Trudeau's Liberals In Majority Territory, But No Guarantee

OTTAWA — There has never been a better time to call a federal election in Canada, says Abacus Data CEO David Coletto, but for one wild card — the unpredictability of a fourth wave. Federal politicians and their door knockers have already hit the...
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Ottawa’s ‘connecting Families 2.0’ To Bring High-speed Internet To Low-income People

The Government of Canada is aiming to provide affordable internet connections to people in need with its Connecting Families initiative. François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, and Deb Schulte, Minister of...
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Trudeau Condemns Chinese Court's 11-year Jail Sentence Of Canadian Michael Spavor

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned a Chinese court decision Wednesday as "absolutely unacceptable and unjust" after it sentenced a Canadian entrepreneur to 11 years in prison for espionage. U.S. Secretary of State Antony...
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E-scooter Rental Company Bird Canada Reveals It’s Hit The 1 Million Rides Mark

Bird Canada has revealed that one million rides have taken place on its scooters across the company’s six Canadian locations, including Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Okotoks, Ottawa and Windsor. Further, the e-scooter rental company says...
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Canada Opens Border To Fully Vaxxed Americans, U.s. Is Not There Yet

OTTAWA — Canada opened to fully vaccinated Americans on Monday, increasing pressure on the Biden administration to respond in kind to its northern neighbor. “The Biden administration should reciprocate this policy decision — given the high...
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Canada-u.s. Border Reopening Threatened By 'dramatic' Disruption After Strike Vote

OTTAWA — An intensifying labor dispute is threatening to snarl Justin Trudeau’s plans to reopen the Canadian border to vaccinated Americans. Unions representing 8,500 staffers with the Canada Border Services Agency have voted...
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Ookla Speedtest Ranks 5g Download Speeds In Capital Cities, Ottawa Lands In The Middle

Ookla, the company behind the popular Speetest app for measuring internet performance, detailed which capital cities offer the best (and worst) 5G performance around the world. Ottawa ranks right in the middle. The results account for places with...
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Ottawa Senators: Revisiting The Zibanejad Trade

The Ottawa Senators have been known to mismanage their assets. One that stands out is the trade that involved Derick Brassard and Mika Zibanejad. On July 18, 2016, the Senators…
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