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  1. Canada's Prime Minister Counters Obama on Pipeline

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper contradicted on Friday U.S. President Barack Obama's dismissal of the job-creation potential of the proposed Keystone XL pipel...

  2. Latest on devastating train explosion in Canada

    Trace Gallagher reports on new details of massive derailment

  3. Exclusive: U.S. decision on Keystone XL pipeline seen dragging past summer

    The Obama administration is unlikely to make a decision on the Canada-to-Nebraska Keystone XL pipeline until late this year as it painstakingly weighs the project's ...

  4. EU-Canada trade talks stalled, overshadowed by U.S

    Talks to wrap up a multi-billion-dollar free trade deal between Canada and Europe have stalled, diplomats said, raising concerns the agreement could be put on hold a...

  5. Analysis: Canadians losing faith in economic "miracle"

    Factory worker Nelson Claros has little time for talk of the Canadian economic miracle.The 50-year-old was laid off last year from his job of 22 years at a bus-assem...

  6. Canada PM: Wants to Ensure Mortgages, Housing Market Remain "Stable"

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday his government wants to ensure mortgages and the housing market remain "stable," as he defended government move...

  7. Chinese owners give Nexen oil unit freedom to run operations

    CALGARY, Alberta, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Chinese oil company CNOOC Ltd, its takeover of Canada's Nexen Inc now complete, is giving the leader of the Canadian unit freedo...

  8. Former SNC-Lavalin CEO faces new corruption charges

    The former chief executive of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc , a Canadian construction and engineering company caught in a far-reaching misconduct scandal, faces six new frau...

  9. Canada Steps Backward on Climate Policy, Study Says

    Canada is the only country out of 33 developed and developing nations to have taken a step backward in terms of climate legislation over the past year, ending 2012 w...

  10. Canada PM cautious on big job gains, warns of "bumps" ahead

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper warned on Friday against too much enthusiasm over December's strong job figures and said Canadians should expect the economy t...

  11. Insight: Security fears dogged Canada debate on China energy bid

    In September, two months after China's state-owned CNOOC Ltd made an unexpected $15.1 billion bid for Canadian energy company Nexen Inc, Canada's spy agency told min...

  12. Canadian Minister Says Tougher Stance on Oil-Sands Investment Won't Damage Relations With China

    The Canadian government's decision to make it harder in future for state-owned enterprises to acquire the country's oil-sands assets won't damage relations with Chin...

  1. White House cautious over uncertain truce in Ukraine

    Power Play: Uncertain truce in Ukraine, Obama budget could be costly for Dems, and union fight ahead in 2014

  2. Special Report Online: 2/19/14

    Where do things stand with Syria?

  3. Dems struggle (again) to explain why less work is better

    Democrats' midterm plan means less work for Americans and a Cancer patient's ObamaCare heartbreak goes big in Senate ad. Plus - A look ahead to 2016

  4. RNC looks ready to roll the dice on 2016 plan

    Power Play 1/23/14: Left pushes income inequality, Clintons ramp up fundraising, and RNC looks ahead to 2016

  5. Canada loses patience on Keystone XL, tells U.S. to decide

    Canada bluntly told the United States on Thursday to settle the fate of TransCanada Corp's proposed Keystone XL pipeline, saying the drawn-out process on whether to ...

  6. Will US lose access to Canadian pipeline oil?

    Dan Springer reports from Seattle

  7. Obama Discusses Syria With Canada's Harper

    President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Tuesday discussed the Syrian government's reported use of chemical weapons, a White House spokes...

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