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Canada Mining Company is Suing Colombia for $700 Million

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The controversial Canadian gold mining company, Gran Colombia Gold, is suing Colombia for $700 million after various exploitation disputes arose. The company, which was registered formally on the Toronto Stock Exchange, is owned by Venezuelan and Colombian elites. It has been facing years of controversy largely, because of disagreements with…

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Canada Looks to Join Controversial China-led Infrastructure Bank after Approval

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Canada has won approval for getting membership of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, which is led by China. Canada was among 13 applicants, and won membership to the bank through its board of governors, while the bank says that Canada will become an official member after it fulfills its domestic…

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Canadian Woman Says Being Canadian Is a Curse When You Are Travelling

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Christelle Roques, a 29 year old woman from France had a too close unpleasant encounter with the new immigration policies. Roques was detained at the airport because she had Canadian citizenship, which she did not know about and was travelling without a Canadian passport. Her connect flight from Montreal to…

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Canadian Woman Says Being Canadian Is a Curse When You Are Travelling

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Christelle Roques, a 29 year old woman from France had a too close unpleasant encounter with the new immigration policies. Roques was detained at the airport because she had Canadian citizenship, which she did not know about and was travelling without a Canadian passport. Her connect flight from Montreal to…

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Fails His 1st Foreign Policy Test

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The Department of Global Affairs released information about PM Trudeau’s 1st foreign policy when the conservatives got hold of it through a request of Access to Information. The information revealed that Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had been lying about the details of Canada’s combat mission…

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Trudeau Announces $840 Million In Life-Saving Aid To Syrian Chemical Attack Victims 

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To hold those accountable for the chemical attack in Syria, Justin Trudeau announced in question period Canada will provide $840 million worth of life-saving humanitarian and development assistance, and in addition some investigations efforts reported by Global News.  Gruesome aftermath videos of the chemical bombing in Northern Syria started showing up…

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