Liberal, Tory, NDP MPs pan protectionist talk by Trump, Sanders

‘Good politics, but it’s terrible policy,’ says Tory MP Ritz of Trump.

Tory MPs push Liberals on China’s canola crackdown

About one-third of Canadian canola exports go to China. 'This is not a small thing for us, it’s very big': China Institute chief.

China-focused think tank coming to Ottawa

MPs say they welcome the idea.

Guess who’s coming to dinner? A night in the Saudi embassy

Slammed in media over arms deal, Saudis look to change the channel, but can’t fully avoid the elephant in the room.

Le Pen’s presence spiked Bombardier meeting, says EU legislator

Aerospace giant lacked ‘capacity’ to meet entire delegation, says spokesperson.

We admire Meyer

Outgoing managing editor Carl Meyer has the rare ability to show a steel backbone without losing the smile on his face.

McKenna and Tootoo will have to dig deep to expand protected land and oceans 

Energy and miners show some anxiety while environment groups see 'a tall order.'

On a day marred by tragedy, EU politicians praise revised CETA

European trade committee chair happy about progress but concerned Canada hasn’t ratified labour convention.

Browder calls on Liberals to pass Magnitsky law

Sanctions would be ‘counterproductive,' says Russian Embassy.

Is there still a business case for pipelines?

Economists are split on the need for oil pipelines from Alberta to the oceans.

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