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Trudeau is Striking Right Balance with U.S., China, Says Former Liberal PM Paul Martin

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Canada should work to strengthen its ties with China and other countries while ensuring it maintains a good relationship with the United States, former prime minister Paul Martin said Tuesday. While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has sought to deepen Canada’s ties to China, he’s also building a relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump who has taken an anti-China stance in …

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Michelle Englot Swaps Provincial Allegiance, Skips new Manitoba rink to Spotless Start at Scotties

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ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Michelle Englot’s rink is keeping up with the Joneses just fine so far. Englot’s first-year Manitoba rink is 3-0 after two days of round-robin play at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, reminiscent of the kind of supreme success Jennifer Jones and her Winnipeg-St. Vital rink routinely experienced at the nationals. But Jones isn’t here. Three weeks …

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With IPO, Canada Goose Banks on all-weather Migration: Jennifer Wells

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One was cherry red and one was Pacific blue and then hubby Henry wore a black one. Regular devotees of Madam Secretary could not have missed Tea Leoni’s occasional habit of sporting a Canada Goose parka, even when it looked as though her more-Gucci-than-Goose character might expire wrapped in all that down. The Canadian maker of extreme winter wear isn’t …

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