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PM details defence spending plans during Biden's visit — but the timelines are largely the same
Canada plans to invest $7.3 billion to upgrade its fighter jet bases and Far North landing strips to accommodate the air force's new F-35s, the Prime Minister's Office announced Friday at the conclusion of a visit by U.S. President Joe Biden.
Biden gives Trudeau a chance to claw back control of the agenda
After several weeks of every available molecule of political oxygen being sucked up by a series of sensational claims about Chinese state interference in Canadian politics, Trudeau seemed to realize he needed to seize this moment himself.
International support force needed in Haiti, says UN human rights commissioner
The UN's top human rights official says some sort of support force is needed to help stabilize the situation in Haiti.
U.S. will counter foreign interference at home and among allies, one of its top diplomats says
Brian Nichols, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for western hemisphere affairs, says the U.S. has its own experience of foreign interference and will do "everything in our power" to safeguard North American democracies.
Stunned faces and heartbreak for migrants heading to Roxham as they learn Canada will likely send them back
Migrants arriving at Roxham Road on Saturday were heartbroken to learn they would not be able to follow in the footsteps of thousands of others who had sought new lives in Canada.
Calling for closer Canada-U.S. ties, Biden says 'our destinies are intertwined and they're inseparable'
U.S. President Joe Biden delivered an impassioned speech in the House of Commons Friday saying the Canada-U.S. relationship has never been stronger while calling for even closer ties to take on the mounting challenges of our times.
U.S. offers cash to Canadian critical minerals projects during Biden's visit
From Biden's gaffe to the 2 Michaels, China's presence was felt during president's visit
New deal with U.S. allows Canada to turn back migrants at the border
Liberal government announces $100M in aid to shore up police forces in Haiti
Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor highlight guest list for Trudeau-Biden gala dinner
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau introduces Jill Biden to curling during first lady's visit
Biden addresses Parliament during 1st trip to Canada as U.S. president
Alberta may have to return $130M in unspent federal funding for oil and gas well cleanup
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House passes motion calling for a public inquiry into foreign interference amid latest Han Dong allegations
After years of stalled talks, Canada and U.S. reach border deal on irregular migrants: sources
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U.S. President Joe Biden arrives in Ottawa for a 2-day working visit
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