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But Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says it would be 'naive' to think US protectionism is no longer a threat
'Within 180 days...the Trade Representative shall update me on the outcome of the negotiations,' President Donald Trump says in a proclamation issued by the White House
(4th UPDATE) Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang says Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor were arrest 'recently,' but did not provide a date, and adds he had no information about where they were being held
'I think we are close to an understanding with Mexico and Canada,' says US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
(3rd UPDATE) The Philippines will 'maintain a diminished diplomatic presence' in Canada until its garbage is removed from the Philippines, says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr
New tariffs risk exploding already tense trade relations with Washington's major trading partners, who are angry about punitive duties on steel and aluminum imposed last year
In place of the traditional declaration, the Arctic Council releases a shorter 'ministerial statement,' which sets out future goals for the organization but conspicuously makes no mention of climate change
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte gives Canada until May 15 to start transporting the illegally-shipped garbage out of the Philippines
The Trans-Pacific Partnership removes trade barriers among 11 nations representing nearly 500 million consumers in the Asia-Pacific region in a bid to counter China's growing economic influence
Some say, 'shame on us,' others call the Philippine president a ‘boor'
Reelectionist senator Koko Pimentel says that President Duterte's threat of war against Canada is just ‘exaggeration’
(UPDATED) The Canadian embassy says their country 'is aware of the court decision ordering the importer to ship the material back to Canada'
The Philippine President advises Canada to 'prepare a grand reception' for their tons of trash
American Jess Roskelley and Austrians Hansjorg Auer and David Lama were killed by an avalanche
Warming weather over the Easter weekend brings spring floods due to heavy rains and snowmelt from Ontario to southern Quebec and New Brunswick
After the traumatizing experience of losing her 7 children, a Syrian refugee is set to be reunited with her siblings and other family members in Canada
A former Manileño reflects on the joy and loneliness of being an immigrant
A motive had not been established by Monday night, but the victims and the suspect all knew each other, local media report
In a statement, Venezuela's foreign ministry says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau 'has invalidated Canada as a reliable actor in dialogue'
A Canadian foreign ministry spokeswoman says: 'Our government is concerned by the deteriorating human rights situation and economic downturn in Nicaragua.'
The protest outside the Philippine Consulate in Toronto also calls for end to Canadian military aid to the Philippines
Ian Veneracion joins American R&B singer Patti Austin on her 'Soul and Heart Canada Tour' this April
The winning lotto ticket that had been forgotten in a book for months is found two days before the last day for claiming the jackpot
Average temperatures have risen by 1.7 degrees Celsius since 1948 – double the global average of 0.8 degrees Celsius, and 'will warm further in the future, driven by human influence,' says a report by Environment and Climate Change Canada
'Thank you, Canada, we owe you big time,' says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr after Canada gave asylum status to Filipina Vanessa Rodel
Get to know Vanessa Rodel, who obtained asylum status in Canada years after sheltering US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden in Hong Kong
(UPDATED) Vanessa Rodel is among a group who sheltered Edward Snowden, putting him up in her apartment in 2013 while he was in Hong Kong on the run from US authorities
The suspect is arrested at the Roman Catholic basilica shortly after the attack in front of 50 people and a television audience, while priest Claude Grou is taken to hospital
Since the Canadian government has not laid out the criteria for the new program, it has raised a lot of uncertainty about who will qualify for it
Competing against 9 Canadian teams, the Philippines records the third best race times over two heats
Russia also accuses United States and Canada of 'Russophobia'
'We still don’t have permanent resident status on arrival, which is needed to get at the cause of exploitation in our work,' says the Caregivers' Action Centre
Trudeau's government has been rocked by accusations of meddling in the criminal prosecution of engineering giant SNC-Lavalin
Facing calls to resign over the snowballing scandal, Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the allegations head-on, saying he had learned 'lessons' from the crisis, but denying any wrongdoing
Jane Philpott, who also served as Treasury Board president, says she no longer had confidence in Justin Trudeau's government over the allegations that senior officials attempted to head off the prosecution of engineering giant SNC-Lavalin
Another Canadian in Chinese detention – businessman Michael Spavor – is one of Michael Kovrig's main sources of intelligence, according to reports
The complaint is lodged on the same day Canadian justice launches Wanzhou's extradition process to the US
The tobacco companies have one month to launch an eventual appeal before Canada's Supreme Court
Here's what you need to know about the political crisis rocking Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government
After the arrest of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, Canada stresses that journalists should be 'free from harassment and intimidation'
Jody Wilson-Raybould's resignation follows a chorus of demands for the Canadian government to come clean about whether Justin Trudeau's office had pressured her
Mohammad Ali begins doubting his decision to join ISIS in late 2016, as the jihadists start losing territory and turning against foreigners
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says this will help the Filipino community 'continue to grow deep roots and make this province even greater'
Fourteen people, including current and former diplomats and their families, are seeking Can$28 million in damages from the federal government
The 29-year-old faces the prospect of life in prison if ordered to serve 25 years consecutively for each of the 6 murders for which he pleaded guilty
Canada is 'also taking action to resettle 100 refugees from Niger, rescued from Libyan migrant detention centers, including victims of human smuggling,' Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says
(UPDATED) Russia, one of the main allies of Maduro's regime, slams what it dubs European 'interference' in the oil-rich but impoverished Latin American country, saying it is an attempt 'to legitimize usurped power'
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asks for and accepts the resignation of Canada's Ambassador to China John McCallum
Embassy staff made a consular visit to Yang Jun in the afternoon, according to a brief statement released by the Australian department of foreign affairs
Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei's founder, is free on a $7.5 million bail and is awaiting a hearing on her extradition