Erdogan presses Trudeau on free trade

Ankara's full-court press included prime minister, foreign and economic ministers and ambassador.

Taiwan's election was important, but not a game changer

Canada supports Taiwan’s democratic institutions, but this was not the first peaceful transition of power and Canada does not need to pick sides.

Emerson report on transportation to be tabled by spring

Garneau mandate includes 'full review of the Canadian grain transportation system' as response to report.

Legislative lookahead: What to expect in 2016

The Trudeau government is set to tackle a range of international issues during this spring's parliamentary debates, from complex trade deals to immigration and refugees, terrorism, citizenship, border security, foreign aid and more.

EU turns the screws on Canada over visas

Planning a European vacation next year? You may need a visa.

Walking the talk on human rights in 2016

Our positions and declarations do matter, but they will be most convincing and effective when accompanied by specific action.

Dairy, auto parts groups see risk, opportunity in China trade talks

Labour lobby warns against a one-way deal.

Liberals may explore registration system for extra copyright protection in TPP

Copyright lawyers split over potential to provoke an investor challenge.

Consider yet another trade deal—this one in services

While the TPP, CETA and other deals already include services chapters, with TISA it's the name of the game.

Lametti on CETA: 'We'll get this deal to work'

China, softwood lumber also among government’s top trade priorities for 2016.

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