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    Canadian Businessman Accused of Spying Is Tried in China

    The trial of Michael Spavor escalates China’s punitive campaign against Canada over the arrest of a top executive of Huawei.

    Why the Canadian Housing Market Is Soaring in the Pandemic

    The head of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation apologized for forecasting a big drop in housing prices last year.

    ‘Like Wartime’: Canadian Companies Unite to Start Mass Virus Testing

    A consortium of some of Canada’s largest companies, representing 350,000 employees nationwide, has launched a rapid testing program aimed at reopening their economy.

    Canadian Police Charge Man With Faking Terrorist Activity

    The man, Shehroze Chaudhry, created a political storm in Canada with his assertions that he participated in atrocities by ISIS in Syria.

    Canadian Court Says Asylum Treaty With U.S. Is Unconstitutional

    The treaty has long been criticized by human-rights advocates who said it tacitly encouraged asylum-seekers to circumvent Canada’s official land borders.
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