Fifteen Iraq war resisters are living in Canada. They live like any Canadian, but with the constant fear of deportation. Years after arriving to the country, they are still undocumented.
Ugly. Pew Research Center polled more than 20,000 respondents in 16 nations. A median of 54 percent associated arrogance with Americans.
Donald Trump’s shadow loomed as leaders of Canada, Mexico and the US unveiled a plan to wean North America off dirty energy and defended globalization.
The world’s seven leading industrial countries pledged to “collectively tackle” major risks to global growth and cooperate on policies to stimulate their sluggish economies.
The Canadian government led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants to turn the page with Iran. And it is taking a very different approach than its friends in the United States.
As long as there has been America, Americans have been moving to Canada. They’re simply exercising their God-given right to head north when things get rough.