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'Deadpool 2' production resumes in Vancouver after stuntwoman's death

VANCOUVER — Production on the movie "Deadpool 2" appears to have resumed in Vancouver, two days after a stuntwoman was killed in a motorcycle accident on set.

Ace of spades remains elusive as $2M up for grabs in Newfoundland draw

GOULDS, N.L. — The chase for the elusive ace of spades will continue next week at a church on the outskirts of St. John's, N.L., with nine cards on the table. Thousands converged on St.
Ex-CFL player Arland Bruce III asks Supreme Court to allow concussion lawsuit

Ex-CFL player Arland Bruce III asks Supreme Court to allow concussion lawsuit

VANCOUVER — A former Canadian Football League star receiver who says he sustained "permanent and disabling" repetitive head trauma as a player has asked the Supreme Court of Canada to allow his lawsuit against the league to proceed.
U.S. doctor is identified as the man killed in crash involving Vancouver bus

U.S. doctor is identified as the man killed in crash involving Vancouver bus

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — A Massachusetts hospital group says one of its doctors was the man killed by a bus while on vacation with his family in Vancouver.

NAFTA: Early indications suggest autos will emerge as U.S. priority No. 1

WASHINGTON — Early indications are pointing to a potential No. 1 issue for the U.S. in a renegotiated NAFTA: automobiles. What's not clear yet is whether it will go from being important to being an irritant.
Constituency stands by beleaguered Alberta politician, decries 'mud-slinging'

Constituency stands by beleaguered Alberta politician, decries 'mud-slinging'

CALGARY — A constituency association in southern Alberta is standing behind the area's embattled member of the legislature who has resigned from his party's caucus following a bevy of negative headlines.
NAFTA, Round 1: U.S. opens talks by insisting on major changes to pact

NAFTA, Round 1: U.S. opens talks by insisting on major changes to pact

WASHINGTON — The United States opened the first round of negotiations for a new North American Free Trade Agreement on Wednesday with a muscular message that it will push for major changes, not just mere tweaks to the quarter-century-old agreement.

Some of what was said Wednesday as three-way NAFTA talks got underway

WASHINGTON — Some quotes from Day 1 of the NAFTA renegotiation talks: "Our approach stems from one essential insight, we pursue trade, free and fair, knowing it is not a zero-sum game." — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland.
How to avoid the wrong kind of shady when it comes to solar eclipse glasses

How to avoid the wrong kind of shady when it comes to solar eclipse glasses

As excitement on social media about the Aug. 21 solar eclipse heats up, experts are urging people to take good care of their eyes when they enjoy the spectacle in Canadian skies.

Agricultural leaders demand delicate touch to any potential NAFTA changes

OTTAWA — Major agricultural federations are urging NAFTA's negotiators to skip the continent's farms and ranches if they're looking for sectors in need of a makeover.