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Canada's Tariff Hangover

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The U.S. is lifting tariffs on Canadian and Mexican steel imports, nearly a year after imposing the duties. Here, a worker is seen at Bri-Steel Manufacturing, which makes seamless steel pipes, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Candace Elliott/Reuters hide caption

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Asia Bibi, pictured in 2010, traveled safely from Pakistan to Canada on Tuesday, according to her lawyer. She is reunited with her two daughters who have also been granted asylum there. AP hide caption

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"I want a boat prepared" to take tons of trash back to Canada, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said Tuesday. In this 2015 photo, Filipino activists wear shipping container costumes to call on Canada to remove the garbage from a port in Manila. Aaron Favila/AP hide caption

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Vanessa Rodel smiles during a media scrum after arriving with her daughter Keana to the Toronto airport on a flight from Hong Kong this week. She is one of several Hong Kong-based refugees who helped Edward Snowden hide in Hong Kong after his leaks exposed U.S. global surveillance programs. Cole Burston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kuang Yang burns a Chinese flag to protest human rights abuses, outside British Columbia Supreme Court in Vancouver on March 6, as Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou appears in court. Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Canada Gets Squeezed Between China And The U.S.

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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks to reporters at a news conference on March 7, in Ottawa, Canada. He was accused of interfering in a criminal investigation of SNC-Lavalin, a powerful engineering firm. Dave Chan/Getty Images hide caption

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, in Washington, D.C., in 2016. At home, Trudeau has faced a growing political scandal in recent weeks. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Some Canadian diplomats who became mysteriously ill while posted to Cuba are suing the Canadian government. The $28 million lawsuit alleges the government failed to protect them, hid crucial information and downplayed the seriousness of the risks. Desmond Boylan/AP hide caption

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Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun (center) is welcomed by Canadian Minister for Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland as she arrives at Pearson International Airport in Toronto, Ontario, on Saturday. The young Saudi woman who fled her family successfully harnessed the power of Twitter to secure asylum in Canada. Lars Hagberg /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun, arrives at Toronto Pearson International Airport, alongside Canadian minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland on Sunday. Alqunun fled her family, saying she feared for her life, and was granted asylum by Canada. Cole Burston/Getty Images hide caption

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The main cast of Kim's Convenience (from left): Simu Liu (Jung), Jean Yoon (Umma), Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (Appa), Andrea Bang (Janet), Andrew Phung (Kimchi), Nicole Power (Shannon Ross). Season 3 debuted on the CBC on Tuesday. Canadian Broadcasting Corp. hide caption

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'Kim's Convenience' Is A Sitcom About Asian Immigrants — With Depth

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Canada eliminated a number of obsolete and redundant laws last week — but not soon enough for an Ontario woman charged with fake witchcraft. The East Block of Canada's Parliament Buildings are seen here. Danielle Donders/Getty Images hide caption

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