The acrobatic troupe performs in Riyadh to mark Saudi Arabia national day, more than a month after the kingdom expelled Canada's ambassador and froze all new trade
Canada's Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland tells reporters negotiations had been 'continuous' and 'constructive' but in contrast to previous encounters over the past month she refrained from saying the sides had made progress
Negotiators have been in talks nearly non-stop for a month as they try to overcome hurdles and agree on a NAFTA rewrite
A small group of like-minded trade ministers will gather in Ottawa October 24-25 'to discuss WTO reform,' a Canadian government source says, requesting anonymity given the sensitivity of the discussions
US President Donald Trump has raised pressure on Ottawa, threatening to impose duties on Canadian auto imports, which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says would be 'devastating' for the Canadian auto sector
Legislators and trade law experts have warned that Donald Trump does not have the authority to supplant the 3-nation NAFTA with a bilateral pact with Canada
Trump's tweet seems designed to greatly ramp up the pressure on Canadian negotiators
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland says that a 'win-win-win agreement is within reach' among the 3 countries
With the US deadline to get an agreement by Friday, there are reports the sides were struggling to find compromise on the NAFTA mechanism for resolving trade disputes and on Canada's managed dairy market
(UPDATED) 'There is a possibility of getting to a good deal for Canada by Friday,' says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
The ball is now in Canada's court after the United States and Mexico reached an agreement on Monday, August 27
His tweet follows a similarly optimistic message from Mexico's economy minister who said that Canada was set to rejoin talks as soon as they were called
Trudeau's running is seen as designed to give the Liberals a lift at a time when polls show their Conservative Party opponents are hard on their heels
Nine out of 10 Air France unions say it is 'inconceivable' that the company falls into the hands of a foreign executive
(3rd UPDATE) The circumstances of the shooting in the capital of New Brunswick province, home to about 60,000 people, are not immediately known
Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland is reportedly in backchannel talks with her counterparts in countries that were also targets of Saudi backlashes for calling out the kingdom for human rights abuses
Tensions have been high between the two countries since August 6, when Riyadh expelled Canada's ambassador, recalled its own envoy and froze all new trade and investments
The shock Saudi move, announced by the foreign ministry on Twitter, comes in response to Ottawa's vigorous demands that jailed human rights activists be released
(UPDATED) Saudi Arabia gives envoy Dennis Horak 24 hours to leave the country, in an abrupt rupture of relations over what it slammed as 'interference' in its internal affairs
Fredisminda Menorca is the mother of Lowell Menorca II who allegedly was abducted and detained as ordered by the leadership of the influential church
The Jordanian government accepts the Syrian White Helmets rescuers and their families from Israel and plans to transfer them to Britain, Germany, and Canada
The Blue Eagles absorb their second straight loss in the 2018 William Jones Cup
'I issue this statement reluctantly, in response to mounting media pressure to confirm that I was the reporter who was the subject of the Open Eyes editorial, published in the Creston Valley Advance in August of 2000,' Rose Knight says in a statement.
Investigators say a meticulous reconstruction of the event helped them determine the responsibility of the suspect whose truck slammed into the bus in April
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau does not respond directly when asked if he intends to open an investigation into the issue. He repeats several times that he does not believe he acted inappropriately.
The second-ranked youth basketball team blasts the Philippine squad by 40 points in the FIBA Under-17 World Cup
The tit-for-tat duties are a response to the punishing US steel and aluminum tariffs imposed at the start of June
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The Office of the Ombudsman also says it found probable cause to file graft charges against Environment Undersecretary Juan Miguel Cuna for 'gross inexcusable negligence' over the controversial shipment
Princess Ayako is the second Japanese princess in two years to announce marriage to a commoner. Under the law, she will lose her royal status upon marriage.
Under the new legislation, adults – either 18 or 19, depending on the province or territory – can legally buy, grow and consume cannabis in limited amounts
The football showpiece returns to the North American continent for the first time since 1994
Team Philippines ends its 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup stint on high note
'Fair Trade is now to be called Fool Trade if it is not Reciprocal,' Trump tweets, as he criticizes Canadian tariffs on imports of US milk
(UPDATED) Roger Pogoy's crucial 2-pointer in the last 1:23 minutes of the game tied the score at 16-16
The funds give 'young women in developing countries the opportunity to pursue careers instead of early marriage and child labor,' says activist Malala Yousafzai
(UPDATED) Asked how long it would take for him to work out if Kim was serious about striking some kind of peace deal, Trump replies: 'I think within the first minute I'll know'
(UPDATED) Trump is confronted with a litany of complaints over his decision to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum
Duterte says he will use the helicopters not for humanitarian operations only, but also for operations against insurgents and terrorists who happen to be Filipino citizens
The topics of the G7 summit and the Trump-Kim summit may be very different but the stakes are equally high
'Canada's position is, and always has been that the trilateral approach is actually better for Canada, for Mexico and for the United States,' says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
'He prefers bilateral negotiations and he is looking at two much different countries,' says Donald Trump's economic adviser Larry Kudlow on Fox News.
Brussels and Ottawa filed legal challenges at the WTO against Washington's decision. The EU, Canada and Mexico also threatened stiff retaliatory tariffs as they pushed back against Trump's moves.
Washington angers its major allies by slapping duties of 25 percent and 10 percent on imports of aluminium and steel
The announcement sparks immediate angry reactions from key allies
The long-range Tupelev Tu-95 bombers are 'intercepted and visually identified' Friday morning by a pair of F-22 Raptors as the Russian aircraft flies just north of Alaska's Aleutian islands
Lawmakers are seeking 'official papal apology for the role played by the Canadian Catholic Church in the development, operation and abuse of residential schools'
'Love for all, hatred for none,' is the message seen on large posters and blue T-shirts in the crowd, which included Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
(UPDATED) Britain's National Crime Agency says 'authorities in 5 countries including the Netherlands, Serbia, Croatia and Canada, with support from Police Scotland and Europol, targeted 6 members of the crime group behind webstresser.org'