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By Rob Gillies, Associated Press
Hundreds of truckers clogging the streets of Canada's capital city in a protest against COVID-19 restrictions are bracing for what could be a possible police crackdown.
By Rob Gillies, Wilson Ring, Associated Press
The Canadians who have disrupted trade with the U.S. and occupied downtown Ottawa for nearly three weeks have been cheered and funded by American right-wing activists and conservative politicians who also oppose vaccine mandates and the country’s liberal leader.
By Richard Lardner, Michelle R. Smith, Ali Swenson, Associated Press
A Canadian official says the police chief in Ottawa has resigned amid criticism of inaction against COVID-19 protests that have paralyzed Canada’s capital.
By Rob Gillies, Ted Shaffrey, Associated Press
President Barack Obama makes his first foreign trip to Canada on Thursday. NewsHour correspondent Tom Bearden reports on what items top Canadians' agenda, including trade and the economy.
By PBS NewsHour
Canada will pull its 2,500 troops out of Afghanistan in early 2009 unless NATO adds soldiers in the dangerous southern region, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Monday, signaling Ottawa has lost patience with what it sees as allies' foot-dragging.
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