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NAFTA: U.S. seeks end to supply management

ARLINGTON, United States — The United States has lit the fuse on one of Canada's most politically explosive trade issues, asking in NAFTA talks for an end to the supply management system for dairy, chicken, eggs and turkey within the next decade.

With that demand, the U.S. has now adopted a highly aggressive posture on virtually...

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Chief seeks PM help to stop U.S. oil drilling

OTTAWA — A 40-year battle over oil drilling in an Arctic wildlife refuge in Alaska could become the latest political irritant in a growing list of disagreements between U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

U.S. plans to lift a decades-old ban on exploring and drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge...

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Innovation notebook: Treating leukemia to the effect of stress on preemies

Leukemia treatment discovery

Powering up fat cells in bone marrow could help acute myeloid leukemia patients, reveals a McMaster University study.

Boosting the fat cells with a drug commonly used to moderate diabetes suppressed cancerous leukemia cells, found researchers at the McMaster Stem Cell and Cancer Research Institute.

A surprise discovery was that it also induced the regeneration...

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