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Canadian pension fund Caisse aims to double Indian real estate investments

MONTREAL, Feb 21 (Reuters) - The real estate arm of Canada's second-largest pension fund manager wants to "more than double" the C$800 million ($631 million) it has already committed to investments in India in the short term, President Daniel Fournier told Reuters on Wednesday.

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Ice Hockey: Gold medal battle royal awaits U.S., Canadian women

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - For four years, the women's ice hockey world has been gearing up for one thing: The Olympic Rematch.

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RPT-Olympics-The brand Olympics: getting attention without getting in trouble

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea, Feb 20 (Reuters) - In packing for the Winter Olympics, Canadian entrepreneur Domenico Ciarallo stuffed his bags with hats and t-shirts bearing the logo of his company, which makes locker-room dryers.

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Canada's PM says India trip about broader ties not just political ones

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau downplayed talk of a snub by the Indian government on his first state visit to the country this week, and cast his trip as being focused on building business and cultural ties and not just political ones.

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The brand Olympics: getting attention without getting in trouble

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - In packing for the Winter Olympics, Canadian entrepreneur Domenico Ciarallo stuffed his bags with hats and t-shirts bearing the logo of his company, which makes locker-room dryers.

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Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Are Ice Dancing’s King and Queen

The Canadians modernized ice dancing and skated their way into the history books Tuesday at the Winter Games.

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Virtue, Moir win second ice dance gold with world record

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir claimed their second Olympic gold medal with a brilliant free dance on Tuesday, edging to the top of the podium by less than a point and breaking the world record into the bargain.

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REFILE-Oil markets mixed on lower Canadian flows, firmer dollar

* Overall markets well supported by ongoing OPEC production cuts

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Figure skating: Virtue, Moir win second ice dance gold with world record

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir claimed their second Olympic gold medal with a brilliant free dance on Tuesday, edging to the top of the podium by less than a point and breaking the world record.

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On Olympics: At Ice Dancing, Wardrobe Malfunction Overshadows a Clash of Styles

Skating through a wardrobe malfunction, the French ice dancers Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron offered an ethereal challenge to the Canadian leaders.

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Freestyle skiing: Sharpe sets pace in halfpipe qualifying

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - Cassie Sharpe laid down the two highest-scoring runs of the competition as the Canadian topped the qualifying standings for the ski halfpipe final on Monday.

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Not seen in Pyeongchang: NHL players or wooden sticks

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Twenty-four years ago, the last time the Olympic men's ice hockey tournament was played without NHL players, Peter Forsberg won gold for Sweden in dramatic fashion, beating Canadian goalie Corey Hirsch in the sudden-death round of a shoot out.

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Ice hockey: Canadian men beat South Korea 4-0 and get bye to quarters

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Canada's men's ice hockey team beat South Korea 4-0 on Sunday to secure a bye into the quarter-finals of the Olympic tournament.

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Far From the Games, a Canadian Skater Says Russia Cost Him a Spot

How doping in Russia and a protracted investigative process helped deny William Dutton a ticket to the Olympics.

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Royal flush: Fashion label Sentaler basks in 'Meghan effect'

LONDON (Reuters) - Canadian luxury outerwear brand Sentaler made its first foray into London Fashion Week on Friday, with a private showcase that aimed to capitalize on its recent association with Meghan Markle, the actress fiancée of Britain's Prince Harry.

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UPDATE 1-Foreign investment in Canada securities dips after long run

OTTAWA, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Foreign investment in Canadian securities slipped slightly in December after five strong months but international demand over the year was high enough to set an annual record, Statistics Canada said on Friday.

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UPDATE 1-Canada regulator allows more Kinder Morgan pipeline construction

VANCOUVER, Feb 15 (Reuters) - Canadian regulator National Energy Board (NEB) on Thursday issued rulings that allow Kinder Morgan Canada to do additional construction work on an oil pipeline expansion that is fiercely opposed by the province of British Columbia.

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Boeing stays in race to supply Canada with fighter jets: sources

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Boeing Co , locked in a trade dispute with the Canadian government, has applied to stay in the race to supply Canada with 88 new fighter jets, three well-placed sources said on Thursday.

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U.S. ITC details why it rejected CSeries duties, says Boeing not hurt

MONTREAL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An independent U.S. trade body on Wednesday said it rejected hefty U.S. duties on Bombardier's CSeries jets partly because Boeing lost no sales or revenue when Delta Air Lines ordered the aircraft in 2016 from the Canadian planemaker.

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Op-Ed Columnist: Death by Hanging in Tehran

The supposed “suicide” in prison of an Iranian-Canadian university professor is an outrage that reflects heightened tensions in Iran.

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Canada presses Iran for details on death of Iranian-Canadian in Tehran jail

(Reuters) - The Canadian government said on Tuesday it was "seriously concerned" with the circumstances surrounding the death of an Iranian-Canadian dual citizen in a Tehran prison, and that it was pressing Iran to provide details on what happened.

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Freestyle skiing: Canadian Kingsbury takes moguls gold

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury demolished the field to win Olympic gold in the men’s moguls at Phoenix Snow Park on Monday.

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Canadian, U.S. women open with wins

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - The only two teams ever to win Olympic gold medals in women's ice hockey opened their 2018 tournaments with wins on Sunday, with Canada grinding down the Russians 5-0 and the U.S. edging past Finland 3-1.

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Olympics: Canada makes point in win over OAR

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Canadian athletes have not hidden their feelings over the Russian doping scandal at the Pyeongchang Winter Games and the women's hockey team made their point on the ice on Sunday with a 5-0 win over the Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR).

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Iran says Canadian-Iranian committed suicide in jail; more arrests expected

ANKARA (Reuters) - Iran's judiciary said on Sunday an Iranian-Canadian activist had committed suicide in detention because of the weight of evidence against him in a spying case, an Iranian news agency reported.

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Iranian-Canadian environmental activist dies in prison, his son says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An Iranian-Canadian dual citizen and environmental activist imprisoned by Iranian authorities last month has died in prison, his son wrote on Twitter on Saturday.

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He Fought for Iran’s Environment and Was Arrested. Now, He’s Dead.

Authorities say a well-known Iranian-Canadian professor killed himself in a Tehran prison, after he and other environmentalists are arrested. His family is demanding answers.

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Justin Trudeau’s Motorcade Involved in Minor Crash in California

A police officer was injured, but Mr. Trudeau, the Canadian prime minister, was unhurt. The accident came after he gave a speech in Simi Valley, Calif.

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Police officer, two others injured in Trudeau motorcade crash

(Reuters) - A police officer riding on a motorcycle in Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's motorcade and two other people were injured in a crash in California on Friday, media reported.

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Canadian police arrest two at Kinder Morgan pipeline protest

VANCOUVER, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Canadian police arrested two people on Thursday at a protest over Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion after the protesters began blocking highway traffic and equipment.

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Salesforce investing $2 billion in Canada, as U.S. tech firms head north

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. business software developer Salesforce.com Inc will pump $2 billion into its Canadian business over the next five years, it said on Thursday, the latest major U.S. technology investment across the border since early 2017.

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UPDATE 2-Salesforce investing $2 bln in Canada, as U.S. tech firms head north

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 8 (Reuters) - U.S. business software developer Salesforce.com Inc will pump $2 billion into its Canadian business over the next five years, it said on Thursday, the latest major U.S. technology investment across the border since early 2017.

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Salesforce investing $2 billion in Canada, in northward U.S. tech growth

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. business software developer Salesforce.com Inc will pump $2 billion into its Canadian business over the next five years, it said on Thursday, the latest major U.S. high technology investment across the border since early 2017.

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Canada regulator repeats call for weed firms to disclose U.S. risks

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian regulators on Thursday reiterated their call for listed cannabis producers with U.S. businesses to clearly disclose risks of operating there, and warned of potential punishment if U.S. federal anti-marijuana laws are more strictly enforced.

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Russia Is Insulted at Winter Games. Canada Says Sorry (Even if It Didn’t Need To).

The apology was issued after claims of verbal abuse about Russian doping, despite no certainty that a Canadian had been involved.

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Russia says coach mistreated by Canadian, fears Games prejudice

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - A team of neutral athletes from Russia has complained of "negative treatment" at the Pyeongchang Olympics by a Canadian team member, eliciting a puzzled Canadian apology on Wednesday and underlining tensions surrounding Russia at these Games.

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Curling: Canadian mixed doubles pair suffer first Olympic loss

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Gold-medal winning Canadian curlers Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris tasted Olympic defeat for the first time on Thursday when they were upset by a pair of betrothed Norwegians.

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Trudeau: Canada is 'legitimately concerned' about NAFTA

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday night that he is "legitimately concerned" about the future of NAFTA, but he maintained that his nation will not be cowed into taking a disadvantageous deal for the sake of preserving the trade agreement.

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Justin Trudeau Regrets ‘Peoplekind’: ‘I Made a Dumb Joke’

After the Canadian prime minister was shown on video telling a woman not to say “mankind” at a town-hall-style meeting, people had many, many opinions.

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As cryptominers eye Quebec, forest companies see opportunity

MONTREAL (Reuters) - At least two Canadian forestry companies are reviewing offers by cryptocurrency miners who want to lease excess mill space in Quebec, a province where electricity prices are among the lowest in North America.

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Canada's Trudeau says he shouldn't make stupid jokes in public

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday admitted he should not be making stupid jokes in public after a quip last week prompted the scorn of conservative commentators in the United States and elsewhere.

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Canada's Trudeau to meet Amazon CEO Bezos during U.S. visit

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet Amazon.com Chief Executive Jeff Bezos on Thursday during a tour of three major U.S. cities this week to bolster support for the North American Free Trade Agreement, which is being renegotiated.

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Virtue and Moir eager for Olympic ice time at final Games

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have arrived in Pyeongchang for their third and final Winter Olympics more prepared than ever, having fine-tuned their programs after a stinging loss to arguably their biggest rivals.

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PRESS DIGEST- Canada - Feb 7

Feb 7 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

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Chan 'fell in love' with figure skating after Canada return

GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Patrick Chan's new coach has said that the Canadian figure skater had fallen in love with his sport again after relocating to his homeland to train for his third and final Olympic Games.

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Freestyle skiing: Cold weather brings joy for moguls favorite Kingsbury

PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - The biting cold in Pyeongchang may be bothering some in the build-up to the Winter Games, but for Canadian mogul skiing favorite Mikael Kingsbury the weather is a blessing in his bid to clinch his first Olympic gold.

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Engineering Marvel of the Winter Olympics: a Broom

Over beers and three-dimensional models, Canadian entrepreneurs built the SmartBroom to better train curlers. It may give athletes the edge they need.

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Freestyle: Kingsbury beatable, says Australia's Graham

PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - Skiing against Mikael Kingsbury has proved a fruitless "cat and mouse game" for his rivals in recent years but the Canadian moguls sensation will be "beatable" at the Winter Olympics, according to Australia's Matt Graham.

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Lululemon says CEO Potdevin has resigned, to pay him $5 million

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian athleisure wear maker Lululemon Athletica's Chief Executive Laurent Potdevin abruptly resigned on Monday effective immediately, with the company saying that he had fallen short of its "standards of conduct" without offering any details.

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Lululemon says CEO Potdevin has resigned

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian athletic apparel company Lululemon Athletica said on Monday that its Chief Executive Officer Laurent Potdevin had resigned, effective immediately.

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Canada talks to U.S. about illegal migration, unsure about surge

OTTAWA (Reuters) - A senior Canadian official held talks in Washington on Monday about immigrants illegally entering from the United States and indicated Ottawa was not sure it would see a surge in border crossings this year.

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Fairfax to buy some of Carillion's Canadian services business

Feb 5 (Reuters) - Insurer Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd said on Monday it would buy some Canadian assets of bankrupt UK-based construction and services company Carillion for an undisclosed amount.

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UPDATE 1-Amid unrest, Canada plans to overhaul energy project assessments

OTTAWA, Feb 4 (Reuters) - The Canadian government, which faces growing protests against major energy projects, this week will present plans to improve the way oil pipelines and mines are assessed, two well-placed sources said.

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Amid unrest, Canada plans to overhaul energy project assessments

OTTAWA, Feb 4 (Reuters) - The Canadian government, which faces growing protests against major energy projects, this week will present plans to improve the way oil pipelines and mines are assessed, two well-placed sources said.

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Canada's PM talks tough on NAFTA, repeats he could walk away

NANAIMO, British Columbia, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a tough line on NAFTA on Friday, repeating that he could walk away if he was not happy with talks to modernize a pact the United States contends needs major changes.

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More evidence links advanced maternal age to preterm births

(Reuters Health) - The higher risk of preterm births for women over 40 may not be completely explained by their greater use of reproductive technology or medical interventions like induced labor or planned cesarean deliveries, a Canadian study suggests.

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BRIEF-COPA discontinues weekly Canada oilseed crushing report

Feb 2 (Reuters) - Canadian Oilseed Processors Association said in a release on Friday:

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U.S. ruling boosts airline confidence in Bombardier's CSeries: Air Lease CEO

MONTREAL (Reuters) - A recent trade decision allowing Bombardier to sell its newest jets in the United States without hefty duties will boost airline confidence in the program, but the Canadian planemaker still faces challenges to win over lessors, Air Lease Corp Chief Executive John Plueger said on Wednesday.

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Couple gets parasitic worms from beach trip

A Canadian couple were found to have parasitic hookworms in their feet after returning from a beach vacation in the Dominican Republic.

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Canadian gymnastics coach charged with sexual assault

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian police said on Tuesday that they charged a Toronto-area gymnastics instructor with sexual assault and other offences against a teenage girl who he was coaching.

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Olympics: Burke, Brodeur now calling the shots not stopping pucks

TORONTO (Reuters) - In Martin Brodeur and Sean Burke the Canadian men's ice hockey team heads to the Pyeongchang Winter Games with one of the greatest goaltending combinations ever seen at the Olympics.

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They found worms in their feet after vacation

Dozens of parasitic worms were found burrowing in the feet of a young Canadian couple after a recent trip to the Dominican Republic.

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U.S. rejects proposals to unblock NAFTA, will seek 'breakthroughs'

MONTREAL (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's trade chief rejected Canadian proposals for unblocking NAFTA modernization talks on Monday but pledged to seek "breakthroughs" by late February, easing concerns that Washington would soon withdraw from the trilateral pact.

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U.S. rejects proposals to unblock NAFTA, but will stay in talks

MONTREAL (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's trade chief on Monday dismissed Canadian proposals for unblocking NAFTA modernization talks but pledged to stay at the table, easing concerns about a potentially imminent U.S. withdrawal from the trilateral pact.

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Canada PM: Opposition wants to give into U.S. demands on NAFTA

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday set aside the nation's nonpartisan efforts to defend NAFTA, accusing his main rivals in Parliament of wanting to give in to hard-line U.S. demands for revamping the treaty.

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Canada's Saskatchewan chooses Scott Moe as next premier

Jan 27 (Reuters) - The governing party of the western Canadian province of Saskatchewan on Saturday chose a new leader who is a staunch opponent of the federal government's plans to implement carbon taxes across the nation.

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Canadians Greet Bombardier Decision With Pride and a Little Snark

In Quebec, where aerospace company Bombardier is an inextricable part of economic and cultural identity, Canadians declare victory.

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Autos officials hopeful that industry can avoid a NAFTA disaster

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Auto industry officials fretting about hardline U.S. NAFTA demands with the potential to turn a globally integrated industry upside down now are hopeful that a Canadian compromise plan could avert disaster.

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Police: Slain billionaire couple targeted

Barry Sherman, a Canadian billionaire and philanthropist, and his wife, Honey Sherman, died in a double homicide, Toronto Police Detective Sgt. Susan Gomes said at a news conference. CNN's Paula Newton reports.

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UPDATE 4-U.S. trade body backs Canadian plane maker Bombardier against Boeing

MONTREAL/WASHINGTON Jan 26 (Reuters) - A U.S. trade commission on Friday handed an unexpected victory to Bombardier Inc against Boeing Co, in a ruling that allows the Canadian company to sell its newest jets to U.S. airlines without heavy duties, sending Bombardier's shares up 15 percent.

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CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL) -Canada illegally subsidized Bombardier - Embraer

RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Brazilian planemaker Embraer said on Friday that the U.S. Department of Commerce has shown that the Canadian government "heavily and illegally subsidized" Bombardier and its C Series aircraft, allowing the company to survive and distorting the aviation industry.

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U.S. trade body backs Canadian plane maker Bombardier against Boeing

MONTREAL, WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. trade commission on Friday handed an unexpected victory to Bombardier Inc against Boeing Co , in a ruling that allows the Canadian plane-and-train maker to sell its newest jets to U.S. airlines without heavy duties, sending the company's shares up 15 percent.

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U.S trade body backs Canadian plane maker Bombardier against Boeing

MONTREAL, WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. trade commission on Friday handed an unexpected victory to Bombardier Inc against Boeing Co , in a ruling that allows the Canadian plane-and-train maker to sell its newest jets to U.S. airlines without heavy duties, sending the company's shares up 15 percent.

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UPDATE 3-U.S trade body backs Canadian plane maker Bombardier against Boeing

MONTREAL, WASHINGTON Jan 26 (Reuters) - A U.S. trade commission on Friday handed an unexpected victory to Bombardier Inc against Boeing Co, in a ruling that allows the Canadian plane-and-train maker to sell its newest jets to U.S. airlines without heavy duties, sending the company's shares up 15 percent.

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UPDATE 3-At NAFTA talks, Canada hails jet case as victory for free trade

MONTREAL, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Canadian plane maker Bombardier Inc won a major U.S. case on Friday, which government officials said showed the importance of free trade at a time when talks to modernize the NAFTA pact are moving slowly.

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At NAFTA talks, Canada hails jet case as victory for free trade

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canadian plane maker Bombardier Inc won a major U.S. case on Friday, which government officials said showed the importance of free trade at a time when talks to modernize the NAFTA pact are moving slowly.

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Billionaire couple's deaths were homicides, police say

Barry Sherman, a Canadian billionaire and philanthropist, and his wife, Honey Sherman, died in a double homicide, Toronto Police Detective Sgt. Susan Gomes said Friday at a news conference.

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Husky to restart SeaRose operations after iceberg probe

Jan 26 (Reuters) - Canadian regulators on Friday lifted a suspension notice on Husky Energy's SeaRose floating production vessel off the coast of eastern Canada, allowing the company to resume operations on the 27,000-barrel-per-day project.

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Canadian pharmaceutical billionaire couple was murdered: police

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian pharmaceutical billionaire couple Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered in a targeted killing, Toronto police investigators said on Friday in their first detailed comments on the case since the couple's bodies were found on Dec. 15.

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Embraer supports Brazil's request for WTO probe of Bombardier

RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Brazilian planemaker Embraer said on Friday it supports Brazil's request that the World Trade Organization examine "billions of dollars of subsidies" for Canadian rival Bombardier Inc and its CSeries aircraft.

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U.S. Panel Halts Trump Administration’s Bid for Tariffs on Canadian Jets

The decision by the International Trade Commission ends a trade case filed by Boeing, which said its Canadian rival Bombardier unfairly subsidized and dumped its planes in the United States.

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Apotex CEO Jeremy Desai resigns

(Reuters) - Canadian generic drug maker Apotex Inc's Chief Executive Jeremy Desai has resigned, effective immediately, the company said on Friday.

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Canadian pharmaceutical billionaires were murdered: police

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian pharmaceutical billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered in a targeted killing, Toronto police said on Friday, but no one has been charged in their deaths.

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Freed Canadian hostage, facing assault charges, to get psychiatric assessment

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Former Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle, who faces a number of criminal charges including assault, sexual assault and forcible confinement, will spend up to 60 days in a psychiatric facility for evaluation, a court said on Friday.

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PRESS DIGEST- Canada - Jan 26

Jan 26 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

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Golf: Henderson rides wind to one shot lead at Paradise Island

(Reuters) - Canadian Brooke Henderson carded four birdies in a seven-hole stretch to charge one clear atop the leaderboard at the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic before first round play was halted due to darkness on Thursday.

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U.S. mulls Canada's proposals to unblock NAFTA, talks grind on

MONTREAL (Reuters) - U.S. officials on Thursday probed Canadian proposals for unblocking talks on NAFTA but there were few signs of progress, raising questions about whether any real movement is happening at the latest round of negotiations on the treaty.

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UPDATE 4-U.S. mulls Canada's proposals to unblock NAFTA, talks grind on

MONTREAL, Jan 25 (Reuters) - U.S. officials on Thursday probed Canadian proposals for unblocking talks on NAFTA but there were few signs of progress, raising questions about whether any real movement is happening at the latest round of negotiations on the treaty.

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Keystone XL pipeline route change is not major issue -TransCanada CEO

Jan 25 (Reuters) - TransCanada Corp CEO Russ Girling said on Thursday that he does not see a route change for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline through Nebraska as a major issue, and that the Canadian company was advancing the project by acquiring land.

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UPDATE 1-Bombardier expected to lose U.S. trade dispute -Canadian government source

MONTREAL, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Planemaker Bombardier Inc is expected to lose a hotly contested U.S. trade dispute this week, a Canadian government source told Reuters on Thursday, likely inflaming tensions between the two countries during talks to modernize NAFTA.

Cooking and Cookbooks nytimes.com

The Passions of the Butter Tart

Readers share their favorite recipes for the Canadian butter tart.

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Bombardier expected to lose U.S. trade dispute: Canadian government source

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Planemaker Bombardier Inc is expected to lose a hotly contested U.S. trade dispute this week, a Canadian government source told Reuters on Thursday, likely inflaming tensions between the two countries as they try to bridge differences in talks to modernize NAFTA.

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Bombardier expected to lose U.S. trade dispute -Canadian government source

MONTREAL, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Planemaker Bombardier Inc is expected to lose a hotly contested U.S. trade dispute this week, a Canadian government source told Reuters on Thursday, likely inflaming tensions between the two countries as they try to bridge differences in talks to modernize NAFTA.

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Canada's Trudeau says backed two-state solution in Netanyahu talks

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday he had reiterated his support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian question in talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Canadian politician denies misconduct allegations, staff resigns

TORONTO (Reuters) - The leader of the main opposition party in Canada's Ontario province denied allegations of sexual misconduct that broadcaster CTV News reported were made by two women, prompting several staff members to resign.

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UPDATE 2-Canada unveils ideas to save NAFTA, Trudeau lobbies U.S. firms

MONTREAL, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Canadian negotiators at the NAFTA talks on Wednesday unveiled ideas to address contentious American demands for revamping the 1994 pact while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged top U.S. executives to back free trade.

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U.S. ruling in Bombardier-Boeing trade dispute delayed to Friday

MONTREAL (Reuters) - The International Trade Commission (ITC) has postponed to Friday a decision on whether duties should be imposed on American sales of Canadian plane-and-trainmaker Bombardier Inc's largest jet, the U.S. agency said on Wednesday.

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Key U.S. ruling in Bombardier-Boeing trade dispute delayed to Friday

MONTREAL (Reuters) - The International Trade Commission (ITC) has postponed to Friday a key decision on whether duties should be slapped on American sales of Canadian plane-and-trainmaker Bombardier Inc's largest jet, the U.S. agency said on Wednesday.

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A Canadian hockey brat drives the women's game in Korea

NORTH HAVEN, Connecticut (Reuters) - As the daughter of a former NHL coach and a two-time U.S. collegiate champion in her own right, Sarah Murray knows a thing or two about ice hockey and its culture.

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Toys "R" Us says to shut about 180 U.S. stores

(Reuters) - The Canadian arm of Toys "R" Us Inc said on Tuesday that about 180 of its stores will be shut in the United States in the coming months, as the toy store chain tries to emerge from one of the largest ever bankruptcies by a specialty retailer.