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Trudeau to meet key Pacific trade partners at APEC leaders' summit

Trudeau to meet key Pacific trade partners at APEC leaders' summitPrime Minister Justin Trudeau walks into this weekend's APEC leaders' summit with a chance to smooth over lingering sore feelings with some of Canada's key trading partners on the Pacific Rim. Trudeau will meet his counterparts from Australia and Japan, and have the opportunity to bump into leaders from the 21 countries in the hallways of the busy summit. Observers say Japan, Australia and the remainder of an 11-nation Pacific Rim trade pact are still upset over how Trudeau skipped a key meeting last year where the group was expected to agree on a final text.


Federal MPs denounce controversial Facebook post targeting Sajjan

Federal MPs denounce controversial Facebook post targeting SajjanFederal Conservatives rushed to defend Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan Thursday night after a Conservative group in British Columbia posted a harsh comment about him on its Facebook page. Conservative MP James Bezan tweeted that he is disgusted by such an intolerant comment. Bezan says Sajjan is a respected veteran who proudly served Canada and deserves nothing less than gratitude for his service as a soldier as well as defence minister, even if the two don't always agree on policy.


Scheer backs Brexit despite chaos, says it's giving Britain back control of itself

Scheer backs Brexit despite chaos, says it's giving Britain back control of itselfCanadian Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says his support for Britain's departure from the European Union is undiminished, despite the chaos Brexit has sown in British politics. The United Kingdom was plunged into uncertainty Thursday as Prime Minister Theresa May's new Brexit deal with Europe met a rash of criticism. All over a negotiated deal for Britain to leave the European Union that critics say will leave the country bound to rules made by the European Union but without a say in how those rules are made.


In the news today, Nov. 16

In the news today, Nov. 16The audit results come as the Liberal government studies options — including a possible ban on handguns and assault weapons — to deal with growing firearm-related violence. In September, a judge found Dellen Millard guilty of the first-degree murder of Wayne Millard, whose death was initially ruled a suicide. It was the third such conviction for Dellen Millard, who was previously found guilty of murdering his former lover Laura Babcock and Hamilton man Tim Bosma, a complete stranger.


One month after legalization, illicit cannabis shops doing brisk business

One month after legalization, illicit cannabis shops doing brisk businessThe three surveillance cameras and the steady flow of people in and out of the small, nondescript grey building are the only hint of the brisk business this downtown Toronto cannabis dispensary does behind closed doors. Once inside, two men behind a white desk under a vintage chandelier ask patrons to provide government identification and fill out a membership form. Among the many shoppers on Thursday, a fourth-year university student said he preferred to buy from this dispensary to avoid the delivery problems that bedevil the provincial cannabis store. Also, he didn't want the transaction to appear in his banking records.


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Trudeau to meet key Pacific trade partners at APEC leaders' summit

Trudeau to meet key Pacific trade partners at APEC leaders' summitPrime Minister Justin Trudeau walks into this weekend's APEC leaders' summit with a chance to smooth over lingering sore feelings with some of Canada's key trading partners on the Pacific Rim. Trudeau will meet his counterparts from Australia and Japan, and have the opportunity to bump into leaders from the 21 countries in the hallways of the busy summit. Observers say Japan, Australia and the remainder of an 11-nation Pacific Rim trade pact are still upset over how Trudeau skipped a key meeting last year where the group was expected to agree on a final text.


Federal MPs denounce controversial Facebook post targeting Sajjan

Federal MPs denounce controversial Facebook post targeting SajjanFederal Conservatives rushed to defend Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan Thursday night after a Conservative group in British Columbia posted a harsh comment about him on its Facebook page. Conservative MP James Bezan tweeted that he is disgusted by such an intolerant comment. Bezan says Sajjan is a respected veteran who proudly served Canada and deserves nothing less than gratitude for his service as a soldier as well as defence minister, even if the two don't always agree on policy.


Scheer backs Brexit despite chaos, says it's giving Britain back control of itself

Scheer backs Brexit despite chaos, says it's giving Britain back control of itselfCanadian Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says his support for Britain's departure from the European Union is undiminished, despite the chaos Brexit has sown in British politics. The United Kingdom was plunged into uncertainty Thursday as Prime Minister Theresa May's new Brexit deal with Europe met a rash of criticism. All over a negotiated deal for Britain to leave the European Union that critics say will leave the country bound to rules made by the European Union but without a say in how those rules are made.


In the news today, Nov. 16

In the news today, Nov. 16The audit results come as the Liberal government studies options — including a possible ban on handguns and assault weapons — to deal with growing firearm-related violence. In September, a judge found Dellen Millard guilty of the first-degree murder of Wayne Millard, whose death was initially ruled a suicide. It was the third such conviction for Dellen Millard, who was previously found guilty of murdering his former lover Laura Babcock and Hamilton man Tim Bosma, a complete stranger.


One month after legalization, illicit cannabis shops doing brisk business

One month after legalization, illicit cannabis shops doing brisk businessThe three surveillance cameras and the steady flow of people in and out of the small, nondescript grey building are the only hint of the brisk business this downtown Toronto cannabis dispensary does behind closed doors. Once inside, two men behind a white desk under a vintage chandelier ask patrons to provide government identification and fill out a membership form. Among the many shoppers on Thursday, a fourth-year university student said he preferred to buy from this dispensary to avoid the delivery problems that bedevil the provincial cannabis store. Also, he didn't want the transaction to appear in his banking records.


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