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Caribbean countries issue tropical storm warnings as Dorian strengthens, moves west

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A tropical storm warning is in effect for Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines as forecasters say tropical storm Dorian is maintaining its strength and moves toward the Windward Islands.

Bernier kicks off People's Party national campaign

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Maxime Bernier launched his party's campaign from his home riding of Beauce on Sunday. The People's Party of Canada leader says he's prepared for the election, adding he will have to balance his national tour with being present in his riding. 

Is the federal carbon tax killing jobs? Experts say answer isn't 'black and white'

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Western premiers have argued a carbon tax costs jobs. But industry analysts say the cause-and-effect is not clear.

After outcry, company to remove pro-Bernier billboards that criticize 'mass immigration'

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The owner of billboards currently showcasing ads that seek to promote the People's Party of Canada's controversial stance on immigration reversed course on Sunday, saying the company would take the material down in response to "overwhelming" criticism.

Olympic champion Sylvie Fréchette to run as Conservative candidate


Sylvie Fréchette, an Olympic medalist in synchronized swimming, will be running for the Conservative Party of Canada in the riding of Rivière-du-Nord in this fall's election, Radio-Canada has learned.

G7 leaders fail to persuade Trump to reissue waivers on Iran oil sanctions


Iran's foreign minister flew in for side talks at the G7 summit on Sunday as host France ramped up efforts to ease tensions between Tehran and Washington, a dramatic diplomatic move that the White House said had surprised U.S. President Donald Trump.

Canadian lobster exports boom amid U.S. trade tensions with China

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America's lobster exports to China have fallen off a cliff this year, as new retaliatory tariffs shift seafood business to Canada. In places like Halifax and Moncton, cargo planes are coming to handle a growing bump in exports.

The 'Ford factor' and battleground Ontario

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In this week’s Canada Votes newsletter: Will the "Ford Factor" sink the Conservatives in this election? Also: How is the latest SNC-Lavalin news affecting the polls - and how much money can parties spend in the election?

Trump regrets not raising tariffs on China higher, White House says

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U.S. President Donald Trump wishes he had raised tariffs on Beijing even higher, the White House said on Sunday, seeking to clarify earlier remarks that suggested Trump regretted his decision on Friday to escalate his trade war with China.

Hong Kong police draw guns, roll out water cannons in latest protest violence


Police in Hong Kong used tear gas Sunday to clear pro-democracy demonstrators who had taken over a street and brought out water cannon trucks for the first time in the summer-long protests.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News