OTTAWA — U.S. President Donald Trump's administration agreed Friday to drop its punitive and controversial tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum, ending a bitter dispute between historic allies and removing a key obstacle to ratifying the new North American trade pact.
WINNIPEG — Friends and family of an Indigenous woman killed during a botched robbery in Winnipeg say they can finally start healing now that the last man convicted in her death has been sent to prison.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador's premier sounded a contrite and co-operative tone Friday, amid all signs that his Liberal government will survive despite being reduced to a minority in Thursday's election.
OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen is doing away with a policy implemented under the Harper government that aimed to tackle a large backlog of refugee claims by limiting rights for asylum-seekers from certain "safe" countries — a policy Hussen says created inequity in Canad