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  1. Trudeau promotes 'progressive' NAFTA agenda before U.S. audience
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took his so-called progressive trade agenda to the United States on Tuesday, arguing that worker-friendly policies are key to saving public support for free trade.
  2. U.S. storm chasers fly above Maria to drop sensors into eye of hurricane
    While thousands are scrambling to avoid the powerful storm, a team of U.S. researchers is jetting into the middle of Maria to gather critical data to predict its movement. The storm is expected to directly hit Puerto Rico, an unincorporated U.S. territory, on Wednesday.
  3. Opposition parties grill Liberals over plans to legalize cannabis by July 2018
    Three Liberal cabinet ministers came under fire Tuesday by opposition parties concerned about sweeping implications of federal pot plans set to take effect next summer.
  4. 123 birds die at new oilsands mine; regulator investigating
    On Tuesday, the Alberta Energy Regulator announced it was dispatching an inspector to the nearly completed Fort Hills oilsands mine north of Fort McMurray after Suncor reported finding 123 waterfowl and songbirds near a tailings pond.
  5. 7.1 magnitude quake kills 139 as buildings crumble in Mexico
    A magnitude 7.1 earthquake stunned central Mexico on Tuesday, killing at least 139 people as buildings collapsed in plumes of dust. Thousands fled into the streets in panic, and many stayed to help rescue those trapped.
  6. Fiat Chrysler recalling 494,417 Ram trucks for safety issue
    Fiat Chrysler is recalling almost half a million Ram heavy-duty pickups and medium-duty trucks because their water pumps could be defective, about 46,000 of which are in Canada.
  7. Blunt, fiery POTUS speech to UN was 'signature Trump'
    U.S. President Donald Trump’s speech to the United Nations was colourful, blunt and uncharacteristic of most presidents, although very characteristic of this one, experts say.
  8. Number of people seeking asylum in Canada at levels not seen since 2009
    New figures released today show the number of asylum seekers arriving at the Canada-U.S.. border almost doubled last month.