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Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar state counselor, left, speaks with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa last year. David Kawai/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland speaks during negotiations for a new North American Free Trade Agreement in October. "We know that a win-win-win agreement is within reach and that is what we are working toward," she said Friday. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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The United States, Canada and Mexico have been in lengthy talks over changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement since President Trump threatened to scrap the historic treaty. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A demonstrator holds a flag with an image of Earth during a protest against the Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on June 2. On Thursday a Federal Court of Appeal ruled to stop the expansion projects indefinitely. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Last year, the Trump administration unveiled its goals for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, a deal that reshaped trade between Canada, Mexico and the United States. Lars Hagberg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. And Mexico Reach Trade Deal; Trump Wants To Drop NAFTA Name

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Alberta Aurora Chasers captured STEVE in April in British Columbia, Canada. STEVE is the narrow ribbon of white-purple hues overhead, and the vibrant green light on the right is an aurora located further north. Ryan Sault hide caption

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Canopy Growth Corp., the parent company of Corona beer and other alcoholic drinks, is expanding its partnership with a Canadian pot producer, betting on the continued growth in the medical and recreational cannabis markets. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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The Toronto skyline, seen in silhouette in 2015. The same skyline was used in an image posted by an account reportedly linked with the Saudi Arabian government, which featured an airliner headed toward the needle-shaped CN Tower. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cows stand in a pen at the Skyline Dairy farm near Grunthal, Manitoba, Canada, in March. Trevor Hagan/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Why President Trump Hates Canadian Dairy — And Canada Insists On Protecting It

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, photographed in May, told reporters on Thursday, "I do not feel that I acted inappropriately in any way but I respect the fact that someone else might have experienced that differently," amid an allegation of groping 18 years ago. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Don Woodbridge (left) and son Alan Woodbridge hold jars of pickles at their company in Harrow, Ontario. Orders are up in anticipation of retaliatory Canadian tariffs on U.S. gherkins. Jackie Northam/NPR hide caption

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Canadians Rally Around Retaliatory Tariffs Aimed At The U.S.

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President Trump meets with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G-7 summit in Charlevoix, Canada. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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'Canadians Are Livid' About Trump And Are Hitting Back By Boycotting U.S. Goods

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The Toronto Police Service released this image of the Banksy print Trolley Hunters, apparently stolen from an exhibit Sunday. Banksy/Toronto Police Service hide caption

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Larry Kudlow, director of the United States National Economic Council, speaks to reporters in the White House Press Briefing room. He justified President Trump's decision to drop out of a joint statement made by G-7 countries this weekend. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford campaigns in Northern Ontario last April. He has been elected premier of Ontario. Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images hide caption

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (seen here with President Trump in October) on Thursday called the argument that U.S. steel import tariffs were necessary for national security reasons an "affront" to Canada. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A police officer walks in front of Bombay Bhel restaurant early Friday, where two unidentified men set off a bomb Thursday night in Mississauga, Ontario. Mark Blinch/Reuters hide caption

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