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First turn of NAFTA talks hang in Washington

Canada, a United States and Mexico wrapped adult their initial turn of talks Sunday to revamp a NAFTA trade pact, vowing to keep adult a peppery gait of negotiations that some concerned in a routine pronounced might be too discerning to overpass low differences. In a corner matter released during …

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Quebec-City protests: anti-fascist counter-protesters strife with police

A counter-protest to a designed far-right proof in Quebec City incited aroused Sunday afternoon, after protesters clashed with military officers. Shortly after 2 p.m., military announced a duelling protests illegal, citing acts of assault and vandalism. Québec military have only announced a criticism illegal. Antifa are sharpened fireworks and fume …

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Woman uninjured after car hydroplanes into stream from NS highway

Nova Scotia RCMP contend a 21-year-old lady was not harmed after her car left Highway 101 and plunged into a circuitously stream this weekend. Police perceived a call shortly after 9:30 a.m. Saturday that a car was submerged in H2O nearby Lequille, N.S. Officers contend a lady was travelling along …

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How to perspective a 2017 prejudiced solar obscure in Edmonton

For a initial time in some-more than a decade, a solar eclipse will be manifest in North America and people opposite a continent are gearing adult to locate a glance of a event. Several states in a U.S. will see a singular sum eclipse, definition a moon will totally cover …

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Thousands attend Clam Harbour Beach Sandcastle Competition

The 39th annual Clam Harbour Beach Sandcastle Competition took place Sunday during Clam Harbour Beach Provincial Beach. Despite a reduction than ideal continue along Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore, a eventuality was a success. “It might not be a best for spectators and throng though for competition-wise, this is perfect,” pronounced …

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Tall audience for high ships

Several thousand people are estimated to have attended a Port of Saint John’s Festival of Sail via a weekend, numbers organizers and a city are anxious about. READ MORE: Thousands group to Halifax, Dartmouth waterfronts for Tall Ships Regatta “This is outrageous for Saint John — it’s a reason to stay …

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Okanagan squirrel wears another squirrel as a stole

A Global Okanagan camera user held this bizarre steer on video on Sunday morning. Jim Douglas was on Cawston Avenue by Graham Street in Kelowna when he saw this squirrel using around, with what looks like another squirrel in it’s teeth. The darker squirrel’s tail is wrapped around a incomparable …

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