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    1. The World

      October 24, 2014

      Attacks expose Canada's surveillance problem

      The shooting spree inside Canada’s parliament building on Wednesday poses an important political test of the Edward Snowden...

    2. October 24, 2014

      Terror gives way to reflection in Canada

      A crime scene tent still covers the spot at Canada’s National War Memorial where on Wednesday morning a young Muslim man...

    1. October 23, 2014

      Canadian PM faces pressure over domestic extremists

      Canada on alert after shooting near Parliament Hill Canada’s prime minister on Thursday came under intense pressure over his...

    2. October 23, 2014

      Canada PM vows crackdown against terror after attacks

      Canada on alert after shooting near Parliament Hill Canada’s prime minister, Stephen Harper, vowed to “redouble” the...

    3. October 22, 2014

      Parliament attack leaves Canada on alert

      Canada on alert after shooting near Parliament Hill Canada’s capital was on alert and in shock on Wednesday after a gunman...

    4. September 5, 2014

      Newfoundland: where the Vikings came to visit

      It was a hazy summer’s evening in the fishing port of Trout River on Newfoundland’s west coast. The sea was a sheet of white...

    5. August 12, 2014

      BlackRock hires Canada’s deputy finance minister

      Canada’s deputy finance minister Jean Boivin is to join BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, as deputy chief...

    6. April 16, 2014

      BHP Billiton: potash patience

      Horizons on the vast, flat plains of Saskatchewan stretch out as far as the eye can travel. And the plains themselves are...

    7. FT Photo Diary

      March 27, 2014

      Testing testing

      Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper address a joint news...

    8. March 24, 2014

      FT’s former deputy editor is on Russia’s list of barred Canadians

      A former Moscow bureau chief and deputy editor of the Financial Times, Chrystia Freeland, is among 13 Canadians barred from...

    9. February 21, 2014

      Why the Commonwealth is force for good – by its secretary-general

      On this side is a Syrian, the uncle of Assad, and on my other side is a prince from Saudi Arabia, he was governor of...

    10. February 21, 2014

      Democrats enlist billionaires to give right a run for their money

      It was Al Gore who summed up the sentiment of the attendees at the A-List Democratic fundraiser in San Francisco on...

    11. February 20, 2014

      US, Canada and Mexico seek increased trade in Nafta summit

      When the leaders of the US, Canada and Mexico met for their annual summit, how to further trade integration, boost...

    12. beyondbrics

      February 20, 2014

      The Three Amigos stick to the script

      What happens when you put together three countries which account for nearly a quarter of the world economy, with trade...

    13. February 18, 2014

      Mexico and Nafta at 20. Why it went wrong for one of ‘Tres Amigos’

      Twenty years into Nafta, Mexico has too many criminals and not enough policemen; too many workers earning low wages and not...

    14. January 31, 2014

      Skating on thin ice

      The Canadian $5 bill of the past decade shows scenes of winter sports: children, mostly, sledging, skating and playing ice...

    15. January 13, 2014

      Canada Senate scandal threatens Harper’s re-election prospects

      When he said recently he would welcome a weaker Canadian dollar to help the country’s exports, Jim Flaherty, Canada’s...

    16. December 16, 2013

      Get Happy, The Pit, Barbican, London – review

      Chatting before the show, director Paul Hunter of the Told By An Idiot company enthused that their first show aimed at very...

    17. November 12, 2013

      Protesters flock to Commonwealth summit in Sri Lanka

      The controversy swirling around this week’s Commonwealth summit in Sri Lanka was on display at Colombo’s international...

    18. November 11, 2013

      Cameron reaffirms decision to attend Colombo summit

      David Cameron has defended his decision to travel to Sri Lanka for a Commonwealth summit this week, as he juggles concerns...

    19. November 8, 2013

      Cameron calls for inquiry into Sri Lanka civil war crimes

      David Cameron has told the Sri Lankan government he will join calls for an international inquiry into human rights abuses in...

    20. October 20, 2013

      Sealing the deal

      When it was announced on Friday that Canada had, bar a few final details, clinched a trade pact with the EU, Stephen Harper,...

    21. October 18, 2013

      EU and Canada agree on trade pact

      The EU and Canada have agreed in principle on a long-delayed trade and investment pact in a breakthrough that Brussels hopes...

    22. October 17, 2013

      EU and Canada clear hurdles to close in on trade deal

      The EU and Canada are on the verge of completing a long-stalled trade agreement that could serve as a template for a much...

    23. FT Photo Diary

      October 10, 2013

      Canada’s Senate restored

      Chris Wattie/Reuters Workers prepare the Senate chamber on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, on Thursday, ahead of Canada’s prime...

    24. October 2, 2013

      US, Canada and Mexico businesses push for further integration

      Chief executives from the US, Canada and Mexico are asking their governments to ratchet up the integration of North...

    25. FT Photo Diary

      September 23, 2013

      Walk of Honour

      Chris Wattie / Reuters Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper (right) walks through the Hall of Honour with the Italian...

    26. July 8, 2013

      Fears grow over North American oil trains

      The explosions on a derailed oil train that devastated the town of Lac-Mégantic in Quebec on Saturday morning have raised...

    27. June 21, 2013

      In good taste

      Whether it be neon light installations, bespoke chandeliers, leather ceilings or graffiti walls, the use of design in bars...

    28. FT Photo Diary

      June 18, 2013

      G8, a walk in the park for leaders

      Kerim Okten/EPA On day two of the G8 Summit at Lough Erne, leaders take a walk on Tuesday in the area around the two...

    29. June 14, 2013

      Government ‘can afford’ to uprate expat pensions

      The government has come under further pressure to end its policy of “freezing” state pension payments to hundreds of...

    30. June 13, 2013

      Hopes for G8 trade and tax deals dented

      Hopes of a deal to boost the world economy at next week’s Group of Eight summit were in the balance on Thursday night, as...

    31. May 19, 2013

      Canada’s government rocked by resignation of top aide

      OTTAWA, May 19 (Reuters) – The top aide to Stephen Harper, Canada’s prime minister, abruptly resigned on Sunday over his...

    32. December 28, 2012

      China’s global ambitions buoyant in 2012

      On the afternoon that Cnooc’s $18bn purchase of Nexen was approved by the Canadian government, Stephen Harper, the country’s...

    33. December 7, 2012

      Canada approves $18bn Nexen deal

      Canada has approved the $18bn acquisition of Nexen, the Calgary-based oil company, by Cnooc Limited of China, but promised...

    34. November 23, 2012

      FT appeal brings light to West Bengal

      For years, Sudipta Roy had to just accept that there was a limit to how many cataracts operations he could perform. Lack of...

    35. November 8, 2012

      Obama evaded shadow of crisis to win poll

      Those growing tired of Luxembourg prime minister Jean-Claude Juncker’s shop-worn aphorism about managing post-crisis...

    36. beyondbrics

      November 5, 2012

      India: Vodafone tax row hit bilateral investment treaty talks

      It looks like India’s controversial decision to retrospectively tax Vodafone to the tune of $2.2bn may result in more than...

    37. September 5, 2012

      Shooting mars Quebec separatists’ victory

      MONTREAL, September 5 – A masked gunman shot dead one person inside a Montreal theatre where the leader of Quebec’s...

    38. August 17, 2012

      It’s a flat world

      Manolo Blahnik recently returned from Moscow with news that would have been unthinkable even a year ago: Russian ladies –...

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