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Does this hollywood actress humiliates his Canadian husband on instagram? [PHOTOS]

Blake Lively has starred in Gossip Girl, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, and The Shallows, but her greatest role may be that of Instagram troll. Lively has turned teasing her husband Ryan Reynolds into a bona fide art form. The two wed in 2012, and she has publicly announced that she loves him …

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Are China-U.S. fighting over Canadian soybean? [Find out here]

Canada’s soybean producers say China’s expanded list of tariffs to be applied on U.S. products will cause global disruptions and uncertainty. China retaliated Wednesday against the U.S.’ plans to apply tariffs on 106 imports by issuing a USD$50-billion list of U.S. goods including soybeans, whisky, beef, industrial chemicals and small aircraft for possible …

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Canada has large trade surplus in goods with U.S. But deficit with the rest of the world?

The gap between what Canada sells to the rest of the world and what it buys widened to $2.7 billion in February, as imports surged more than exports did. Statistics Canada reported Friday that the country’s trade deficit widened from $1.9 billion in the previous month, as the country imported $48.6 billion …

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Montreal’s Olympic Stadium will be used again to house asylum seekers.

Authorities not likely to use Olympic Stadium again, city councillor says. Montreal is taking stock of its housing options as it prepares for another possible increase in asylum seekers this summer. “We want to take action to ensure there is lodging,” Magda Popeanu, vice-chair of the city’s executive committee, said Wednesday. …

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This year’s Davie Street Party, one of the key events of Vancouver Pride Week, has been cancelled.

Vancouver Pride Society pulled the plug on the block party, which featured multiple stages, food vendors and a beer garden, as a cost-saving measure after the society posted a deficit of $136,000 in the 2017 fiscal year. “The Davie Street Party is our most expensive event to produce. The City …

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Canada; B.C. Ferries it’s lowering it’s fares on 22 routes beginning this week.

  Ticket prices for the 21 inter-island and northern routes as well as the Horseshoe Bay-Langdale route have been reduced by an average of 15 per cent, while fares on the three Metro Vancouver-Vancouver Island routes are being held at current rates. The weekday discount for B.C. seniors to travel …

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