WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump boasted in a fundraising speech yesterday that he made up details about trade in a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, according to a recording of the comments.
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WASHINGTON—The Russia investigation struck its first blows against Donald Trump's presidency in a one-two punch yesterday.
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau yesterday used the brightest stage in international politics to shine a light on the darkest corners of Canada's story—devoting a speech at the United Nations General Assembly to the plight of Canada's indigenous peoples.
He spoke of forced migration, broken treaty promises, and family separations via residential schools.
NEW YORK—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau intends to use his speech to the United Nations General Assembly today to tell a painful story about Canada's past, the struggles of its indigenous peoples, and the long road ahead in addressing them.
WASHINGTON—North American countries concluded their first round of negotiations toward a new continental trade agreement yesterday with a statement that suggested major issues needed to be sorted out in the talks ahead.
WASHINGTON—The federal payout to Omar Khadr was a big story in some conservative U.S. media outlets yesterday, after nearly two weeks in which it had garnered barely a whisper south of the border.
WASHINGTON—Canada's premiers have left a series of meetings in Washington expressing hope the upcoming renegotiation of NAFTA will be quick and relatively pain-free, rather than a drawn-out bargaining slugfest.
WASHINGTON—It's now been revealed that the FBI had two political bombshells ready to drop during the last U.S. election.
One, it unloaded on Democrats two weeks before election day.
The other it held onto—until two months into Donald Trump's presidency.
It dropped yesterday.
WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump will receive Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House on Monday—their first official meeting after weeks of back-and-forth about setting a tangible agenda beyond pleasantries and first-encounter photo ops.
WASHINGTON—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet the new U.S. president within the next several weeks, as the incoming American administration talks to its northern and southern neighbours about a revised North American Free Trade Agreement.