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A look at trade growth in Canada, U.S. under North American Free Trade Agreement

OTTAWA — Some numbers reflecting average annual growth in trade flows in goods and services among Canada, the United States and Mexico between 1993 and 2016 under the North American Free Trade Agreement: - Canadian exports to the U.S.
Quebec byelection poster denouncing Canadian multiculturalism upsets some people

Quebec byelection poster denouncing Canadian multiculturalism upsets some people

MONTREAL — A candidate in a Quebec provincial byelection has triggered controversy with a campaign poster that criticizes Canadian multiculturalism and shows a photo of a woman wearing a niqab.

Video of fight with Syrian, Canadian students sparks protest at Alberta school

RED DEER, Alta. — Educators and RCMP are trying to keep the peace at a central Alberta school after someone posted a video on social media of a fight between a small group of Syrian and Canadian students.
Lobster fraud: Three facing charges in complex, $3-million international case

Lobster fraud: Three facing charges in complex, $3-million international case

BARRINGTON, N.S. — More than $3 million worth of lobster is at the centre of a complex, international case involving fraud and theft allegations against three men from southwestern Nova Scotia, RCMP said Tuesday.

Highlights from Ontario's Changing Workplaces Review

TORONTO — A long-awaited report on labour laws in Ontario was released Tuesday, recommending wide-ranging updates to workers' rights.

'Everyone makes mistakes:' Regina teen girl's killer apologizes in court

REGINA — A young man who was 16 when he killed his former girlfriend has told his sentencing hearing that "Everyone makes mistakes.

Roundup of Nova Scotia campaign news

HALIFAX — (NSElxn) The leaders of Nova Scotia's three main political parties were focused on the provincial capital Tuesday.
Toronto's landmark Honest Ed's sign to get a new lease on life at Mirvish theatre

Toronto's landmark Honest Ed's sign to get a new lease on life at Mirvish theatre

TORONTO — Theatregoers in Toronto will soon come face to face with a piece of local history that once represented a new beginning for generations of newcomers to the city.

Vote count grows closer as groups push for NDP-Green pact in legislature

VICTORIA — The latest ballot count shows the Liberal candidate taking the lead in a tightly contested British Columbia riding that could determine the outcome of the province's election.

Court set to OK deal in harassment class action by female RCMP employees

TORONTO — Approval of a settlement in a class action by sexually harassed Mounties is expected Wednesday, paving the way for tens of millions of dollars to start flowing to the women.