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Stephen Harper has come out against Justin Trudeau's handling of NAFTA negotiations with the United States. (Jose Luis Magana/AP Photo/Files)

Harper: Canada 'napping on NAFTA'

Stephen Harper has expressed alarm over his successor’s handling of NAFTA negotiations with the United States, with the former prime minister declaring the negotiations in real peril in a memo titled, “Napping on NAFTA.”

Catalan riot police stands as anti-independence supporters march against the unilateral declaration of independence approved earlier by the Catalan parliament in downtown Barcelona Friday, Oct. 27, 2017. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)

Canada supports one united Spain: PM

Canada supports an undivided Spain, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday as he was asked about the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona passing a motion unilaterally establishing a new country.

A "Sold" sign stands outside an existing home for sale in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Monday, Nov. 30, 2009. (Norm Betts/Bloomberg)

2016 Census: Home ownership dream fading

Not everyone wants to own a home these days, Evan Siddall concedes — not even his own millennial-age son. For the head of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp., that's really saying something.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends an event at the United Nations on Thursday, April 6, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Peacekeeping hits new low despite pledge

The Trudeau Liberals may have promised to ramp up Canada’s involvement in peacekeeping, but new UN figures show that Canada had fewer peacekeepers deployed on missions in September than at any point in recent memory — including under the Harper Conservatives.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a press availability at the Canadian Embassy, October 11, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

'Not a dictatorship': Congress urged on NAFTA

Donald Trump needs to butt out as a hovering presence over the North American Free Trade Agreement talks and U.S. lawmakers must come clean about what they really think of the deal, says a veteran Liberal MP.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sports a Fleur de Lys on his check at a street party for the Fete National du Quebec, Saturday, June 24, 2017 in Montreal. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

Trudeau offers only veiled criticism of Bill 62

Justin Trudeau offered relatively mild criticism on Thursday of a new Quebec law that bans people from providing or receiving public services with their faces covered and asserted that it’s not up to the federal government to challenge its constitutionality.