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COMMENTARY: Strife in U.S. poses daunting process exam for Canada

Are black people protected in America? It’s a doubt many people are seeking following this weekend’s aroused rallies of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia. Nazis, Ku Klux Klan supporters and other loathing groups handling underneath a ‘alt-right’ powerful took to a streets to criticism a dismissal of a statue of …

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Here’s what Canada wants from a NAFTA negotiations

OTTAWA – Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is laying out Canada’s core objectives for a arriving renegotiation of a North American Free Trade Agreement. In a debate Monday, Freeland common a half-dozen NAFTA goals – including opening adult entrance to supervision buying rights, some-more veteran movement, fortifying Canadian rights to …

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