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Política The Globe and Mail - Canadá Política Internacional Robert Fife

Trudeau vows to stand up to China’s ‘coercive diplomacy’

13/10 - 17:13 - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada intends to work with allies to challenge China’s “coercive diplomacy,” and warned that its use of arbitrary arrests, repression in Hong Kong and detention camps for Muslim minorities is “not a particularly productive path.”
Economía The Globe and Mail - Canadá Salud Daniel Leblanc

Ottawa predicts 4 million Canadians will need new relief program due to COVID-19

25/03 - 20:39 - Ottawa is bracing for an influx of four million applications under a new relief fund that will pay $2,000 a month to workers who have lost income because of the COVID-19 pandemic, even as the existing employment insurance program is struggling to cope with a recent surge of applications.
Política The Globe and Mail - Canadá Política Internacional Michelle Zilio

Canada announces $53-million in aid for Venezuela and refugees

04/02 - 16:05 - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced $53-million in new Canadian funding to support the needs of Venezuelans, including the three million refugees who fled the humanitarian crisis in the South American country.
Política The Globe and Mail - Canadá Política Internacional

Ottawa is right to be calling for change in Venezuela

04/02 - 18:56 - It would be hard to name a world leader who has done more damage to his own country than Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. And yet there remains some doubt about the wisdom of forcing his ouster, as the United States, Canada and a growing group of nations are actively calling for. Globe editorial
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Carr, Lighthizer take a pass on upcoming G20 trade ministers meeting in Argentina

13/09/18 - 18:52 - Canada’s new international trade minister is taking a pass on a meeting of his G20 counterparts in Argentina on Friday.
Política The Globe and Mail - Canadá Política Internacional David Mulroney

The Saudis deliver a sobering lesson: In diplomacy, words do matter

09/08/18 - Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is doing her best to sound undismayed in the wake of Saudi Arabia’s furious reaction to Canadian comments on Twitter about the Kingdom’s recent detention of women’s-rights activists. But the Saudi response, which included a plan to withdraw all state-funded Saudi students (as many as 20,000) from Canadian schools, the suspension of Saudi Arabian Airlines flights to and from Toronto and a freeze on new trade and investment, and a selloff of Canadian assets, is almost certainly far more than the minister bargained for.
Política The Globe and Mail - Canadá Economía Internacional Mike Blanchfield

NATO to reinforce Russia’s threat in talks with Trump, Trudeau says

10/07/18 - 18:54 - U.S. President Donald Trump’s NATO allies will have little time for his pro-Russian musings when he meets the alliance’s leaders at their annual summit in Brussels starting Wednesday, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Economía The Globe and Mail - Canadá Economía Internacional David Alire

Mexico studying billions in retaliatory tariffs on U.S. corn, soy imports

14/06/18 - 18:07 - Mexico could strike at $4 billion in annual imports of U.S. corn and soybeans if President Donald Trump escalates a trade spat with new tariffs, officials told Reuters this week, and it is studying how to reduce the pain of such a move.
Política The Globe and Mail - Canadá Política Internacional Molly Hayes

Nine people dead, at least 16 injured after van hits pedestrians in north Toronto

23/04/18 - 14:53 - Nine people are dead, and sixteen more are injured, after a rental van mowed down pedestrians for close to three kilometers in north Toronto Monday afternoon.
Cancillería The Globe and Mail - Canadá Politica Latinoamericana David Ljunggren

Canada mulling second round of sanctions against Venezuelan officials: Freeland

A regional Latin American grouping on Thursday agreed more steps may be needed to further isolate Venezuela, where President Nicolas Maduro has been accused of stamping on rights and democracy, said Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland.
Economía The Globe and Mail - Canadá Economía Internacional Barry McKenna

BoC puts rate hikes on hold amid weak inflation, threat of NAFTA collapse

18:00 - The Bank of Canada is suddenly in no hurry to push interest rates higher as it grapples with a raft of uncertainties, including the possible end of NAFTA, slowing growth and a puzzling lack of inflation. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino