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Our already scarce supply of industrial land continues to be rezoned in large parcels, while our agricultural lands are being used for monster houses.
It was a speech filled with shaky statistics.
Progress was made but he says Canadians need to lower their expectations.
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His anti-protectionist speech did not mention Donald Trump.
Experts say it's unlikely the leader will entertain Trudeau's progressive concerns.
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"This is going to be a big thing."
China plays by its own rules.
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Officials say the focus is just on deepening economic ties.
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The government believes gender chapters will become standard.
None of the hot-button issues have been settled.
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Fox was speaking to CTV News about the trilateral trade agreement.
Many of the positions have been deemed non-starters.
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100 containers have been left stranded for years.
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The president went "out on a limb" to secure PM an invite to summit.
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He is the first sitting prime minister to attend the East Asia Summit.
Several countries have expressed issues with the pact.
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"There is no agreement in principle."
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar since August.
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The PM believes the rules were followed.
A majority now back the 11-country trade deal.
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"I fear that the NAFTA re-negotiation is going very badly," Harper said.
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The current government is not happy with the ex-PM's letter.
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He's leading an all-party delegation to Mexico City, Washington.
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Does the United States protect its dairy producers too?
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"Frankly I am surprised and disappointed by the resistance to change."
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The Quebec government will still own 19 per cent.
The demand to end supply management shocked Canadian negotiators.
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The president has hinted at a new Canada-U.S. deal.
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The former PM took part in a panel discussion in Washington.
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"That order is starting to fracture."
"I wonder if they looked at (her) and thought, 'What is she doing giving us this enormous book?'"