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Said Trudeau: "We have a prime minister that doesn't like Barack Obama."
The Conservatives have twinned security — keeping Canadians safe in an uncertain world — with the economy as core campaign themes.
Harper says the NDP leader's 2013 trip was downright historic.
"Mr. Obama has indicated to me he will make that decision based on what he believes are the best interests of the United States."
After almost a decade of Harper as prime minister, Canada has less influence in Washington, the Liberal leader said Monday
A Republican lawmaker predicted Wednesday that the pipeline will wind up tied to a future bill that Democrats overwhelmingly
Multiple groups contacted this week dismissed an idea often heard in Canada — that a more ambitious climate policy by the
Republicans have made it clear they'll try using their new power to force Barack Obama to approve the long-delayed project
Harper said he has just received a request from the U.S. government in the past several days for further Canadian involvement
WASHINGTON - The Keystone XL pipeline issue has created a tiff between a former U.S. president and the Canadian government