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In response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments Wednesday that Canada has been difficult to deal with during NAFTA negotiations, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Ottawa will always defend Canadian interests.

Vice Media's Ben Makuch says police shouldn't be able to use journalists to further their investigations, and is at the Supreme Court fighting a lower court ruling that he must give background materials on an accused terrorist to the RCMP.

In response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments Wednesday that Canada has been difficult to deal with during NAFTA negotiations, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Ottawa will always defend Canadian interests.

Ontario’s Liberal and PC leaders took aim the province’s New Democrats over an NDP plan to start decommissioning the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station this year. PC Leader Doug Ford said the move would put thousands out of work.

A lawyer from a Winnipeg firm targeted with letter bombs in 2015 says the legal community is looking for closure after Guido Amsel was found guilty Thursday of attempting to murder his former wife and two lawyers.

Premier Rachel Notley says Alberta will pass a bill that grants it the power to intervene in the energy market, as Ottawa renews its commitment to Trans Mountain. The federal government said Wednesday it will backstop the pipeline expansion.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the U.S. business community is showing plenty of interest in investing in Canada despite doubts around NAFTA and the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Canada’s top court has thrown out the guilty verdicts for a couple whose toddler died of bacterial meningitis and ordered a new trial. David Stephan says he and his wife Collet are “extremely grateful” after Tuesday’s ruling.

A nanny convicted of brutally murdering two small children in her care has been sentenced in New York City to life without the possibilty of parole. Yoselyn Ortega will serve two consecutive life sentences. 

Conservative MP Candice Bergen is calling for more action from the government against a self-described terror recruit reportedly living in Toronto. The Canadian appeared on a recent New York Times podcast speaking about his actions as an ISIS militant.

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