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Canada's Trudeau clears first hurdle as opposition party offers support

06 Dec 2019

OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cleared a first hurdle on Thursday after the leader of the opposition Bloc Quebecois party said he would support the new minority government's priorities, at least initially.

RPT-A weakened Trudeau seen reaching out to Canada's opposition as parliament convenes

05 Dec 2019

OTTAWA, Dec 5 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will formally unveil the agenda of his weakened minority government on Thursday and looks set to reach out to the opposition for support on tax cuts, healthcare and fighting climate change.

A weakened Trudeau seen reaching out to Canada's opposition as parliament convenes

05 Dec 2019

OTTAWA, Dec 5 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will formally unveil the agenda of his weakened minority government on Thursday and looks set to reach out to the opposition for support on tax cuts, healthcare and fighting climate change.

Canada's use of Huawei 5G would hamper its access to U.S. intelligence - U.S. official

25 Nov 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia The U.S. national security adviser urged Canada on Saturday not to use Huawei 5G technology, saying that doing so would put in jeopardy intelligence sharing with the United States and expose Canadians to being profiled by the Chinese government.

U.S. Navy Secretary says he did not threaten to resign in dispute with Trump

24 Nov 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia The U.S. Navy Secretary said on Saturday he did not threaten to resign amid a disagreement with President Donald Trump over whether a Navy SEAL convicted of battlefield misconduct should face a board of peers who may oust him from the elite force. | Video

Still hope for U.S.-China deal this year - U.S. official

24 Nov 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia United States national security adviser Robert O'Brien said on Saturday that an initial trade agreement with China is still possible by the end of the year, but warned Washington would not turn a blind eye to what happens in Hong Kong.

Exclusive: U.S. Navy secretary backs SEAL's expulsion review, despite Trump objection

23 Nov 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia U.S. Navy Secretary Richard Spencer said on Friday a Navy SEAL convicted of battlefield misconduct should face a board of peers weighing whether to oust him from the elite force, despite President Donald Trump's assertion that he not be expelled.

Canada's Trudeau unveils new Cabinet, seeks to calm anger in energy-rich west

21 Nov 2019

OTTAWA Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday made major changes to his Cabinet, making several ministerial appointments in a hid to help stave off increasing unhappiness in the energy-producing west.

Canada minority party signals willingness to work with PM Trudeau

14 Nov 2019

OTTAWA The leader of Canada's opposition New Democratic Party (NDP), Jagmeet Singh, said on Thursday he hoped to work constructively with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's minority Liberal government on issues including a universal prescription drug plan.

UPDATE 1-Canadian party makes demands for backing Trudeau's minority government

14 Nov 2019

OTTAWA, Nov 13 The leader of Canada's opposition New Democratic Party (NDP), Jagmeet Singh, on Wednesday threatened not to back Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's minority government unless it commits to tackling some of his policy concerns.

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