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Harper Offers Obama 'Additional Help'

OTTAWA - Stephen Harper expressed strong support for U.S. airstrikes in Iraq during a telephone conversation Tuesday with President Barack Obama.The two leaders talked about the latest developments in...


The prime minister's personal plane was just one of the locales where elated hockey fans erupted with delight Thursday after the Canadian women's hockey team eked out a thrilling gold-medal win over t...

Obama: 'I Have To Like Canadians'

TOLUCA, MEXICO, Mexico - U.S. President Barack Obama used the podium of the Three Amigos summit on Wednesday to push Prime Minister Stephen Harper to work with him on reducing greenhouse gas emissions...

Harper To Be Cast As 'Villain' In U.S.

WASHINGTON - Prime Minister Stephen Harper will make a cameo appearance on an international stage Tuesday night — though it's hardly one he would have chosen.The prime minister will be cast in the vil...

Harper: I Won't Take No For An Answer

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Canada won't "take no for an answer" from the U.S. when it comes to the Keystone XL pipeline, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Thursday as he sharpened his sales pitch for the contr...

Strained Relationship To Get Worse?

The strained relationship between Canada and the United States over energy policy is likely to get worse before it gets better, with a decision on Keystone XL likely to politically strain relations be...

Why U.S. Envoy To Canada Is In Limbo

The fate of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which has become a thorny issue in Canada-U.S. relations, could be holding up U.S. President Barack Obama's decision for the next U.S. envoy to Cana...

Working Hard, Not Hardly Working

OTTAWA - A new poll indicates a majority of Canadians feel Canada is taking an effective approach to its relations with the U.S. and that Prime Minister Stephen Harper is working hard to make them bet...
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Obama-Harper Summit: Why Did it Take So Long?

Harper was invited to the White House today for a bilateral meeting this week to let the public know what officials have known for months -- the extent and scope of efficient border management. It shouldn't have taken so long to make this announcement of what will be, after all, a to-do list and not a litany of accomplishments.