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On 6/16/2018 at 11:24 AM, jakeem said:

NEWS: Trudeau called Trump’s ambassador to Canada on Friday to offer support after she received a package containing a suspicious substance and an expletive-filled letter with death threats—against her and Trump.

Some prominent members of the Canadian media, including @InklessPW, have said they plan to boycott US ambassador’s Fourth of July party, and have suggested Canadian cabinet members do so, too.

Emotions still running high in Canada over Trump’s tariffs and criticism of Trudeau.

 Trudeau is a Patriotic Statesman and a Gentleman.

Three things that trump could never be and couldn't even understand the definitions of or the reasoning for..

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Three people in a polyamorous relationship recognized as legal parents of a child in Canada

A Canadian court has declared two men in a polyamorous relationship with a woman as legal parents of a child in the first such case in the country’s history.

The Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court came up with a ruling in April, but it was only publicly announced last week. Canadian law recognizes polyamorous relationships, but bars bigamy and polygamy, in which the same person is involved in several marriages.

“Society is continuously changing and family structures are changing along with it,” Justice Robert Fowler wrote in his decision. “This must be recognized as a reality and not as a detriment to the best interests of the child.”


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Canada 'will not back down' over US metals tariffs

Canada will "not back down" in the face of new US tariffs on steel and aluminium, according to the country's foreign minister.

Chrystia Freeland spoke as officials unveiled a C$2bn (US$1.5bn; £1.15bn) package to support the country's steel and aluminium industries.

Retaliatory tariffs on C$16.6bn worth of US products are due to come into effect on 1 July.

Ms Freeland said US tariffs left Canada "no choice" but to respond.

Canada's tariffs target US steel and aluminium products.

It also includes items such as yoghurt, ketchup and orange juice, which are made in key political battlegrounds such as Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Florida.

The list of products is intended to match "dollar for dollar" the US tariffs, which came into effect on 1 June, Ms Freeland said.

"Our approach is we will not escalate but equally we will not back down," she said.

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Companies that want out of new steel tariffs describe a nightmare

American companies looking for a way out of punishing steel tariffs say they're trapped in a bureaucratic nightmare.

As they seek exemptions from the tariffs, which have sharply raised costs, these companiesdescribe a lengthy, opaque review process. They say the uncertainty is already hurting their businesses and may cost them jobs.

Companies had filed more than 20,000 exemption requests through last week, arguing that they depend on imported steel and that domestic producers can't fill the gap. The Commerce Department had announced a final ruling on only 98 of them.
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Woman who accused Justin Trudeau of groping breaks her silence

The Prime Minister on Thursday said that he did apologize at the time. "I do not feel that I acted inappropriately in any way. But I respect the fact that someone else might have experienced that differently and this is part of the reflections that we have to go through."


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