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O'Hare Airport in Chicago, which is nearly devoid of travelers

Transparency and Testing Work Better Than Coercion in Coronavirus Battle

Headlines focus on restrictions, but the East Asian experience shows other methods are critical, too.

An editor looks at the Twitter account of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau showing a picture of him in self-isolation after his wife tested positive for the coronavirus on March 13. OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images

Canada Shows How Easy Virus Testing Can Be

Canadians’ well-funded system and careful planning has contained the coronavirus for now.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are making Canada their home—but support for the monarchy is looking shaky.

As Harry and Meghan Arrive, Canadians Wonder if They Should Dump the Queen

The celebrity couple abandons their royal duties and moves to Vancouver Island. For Canadians, that rekindles an old debate: Why is a British monarch still their head of state?

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The Age of the Airship May Be Dawning Again

Dirigibles ruled the skies once. Can they make a comeback?

Eldred Davis protests the New England Clean Energy Connect corridor

Canada’s Not-So-Green Green Energy

Hydropower may be the future of Canadian power, but it won’t bring the environmental benefits many proponents tout.

People wearing protective face masks in Bangkok

The Wuhan Virus Is Not a Lab-Made Bioweapon

Conspiracy theories are spreading faster than the coronavirus itself.

A BMW employee works at the new BMW car production plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, on June 6, 2019.

NAFTA’s Replacement Gives Labor Some Shelter From Globalization’s Storms

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement sets new standards for workers — but can’t stand alone.

Prince Harry chats with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Toronto Mayor John Tory

Canadians’ Royal Fever Doesn’t Run That Hot

Canada might welcome Prince Harry and Meghan—but the monarchy itself is looking shaky.

An altar with photographs of the victims who were killed in a plane crash in Iran is seen at a vigil in Ottawa, Ontario, on Jan. 9.

Canada’s Path to Justice from Iran Over Shot-Down Flight Will Be Hard

States have been historically reluctant to take responsibility for attacks on civilian planes.

Rescue teams near the site of a Ukrainian plane crash.

Western Officials Believe Iran Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner

Officials indicate the disaster might have been a mistake made at the height of tensions with the United States after Iran’s missile launch at Iraqi bases.

Top Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal,

Democrats Give Trump a Trade Victory—Even as They Impeach Him

Eager to be seen as doing more than taking down the president, Speaker Pelosi readies a “yes” vote on USMCA.

A man faces a member of the Canadian police as he carries baggage as he crosses the U.S.-Canada border on Feb. 26, 2017, in  Champlain, New York.

Is Canada Violating Its Constitution by Sending Refugees Back to the United States?

A federal court case could stop Ottawa from treating the United States as a safe third country due to the Trump administration’s harsh policies toward asylum-seekers.

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, back left, and White House advisor Jared Kushner, back right, stand with members of a Saudi delegation

Ilhan Omar and Jared Kushner’s Latest Accuser Has Shady Saudi Ties

Right-wing media has seized on the testimony of a Canadian businessman with a tangled history.

New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh (from left), Green Party leader Elizabeth May, and People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier take part in a French-language debate at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec, on Oct. 10.

The Cure for Populism Is Equal Opportunity

Maxime Bernier flopped in Canada because voters still believe everyone has a fair shot.

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks about the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement at an aerospace plant in Milwaukee on July 12.

Why Trump Still Can’t Get USMCA Through Congress

Ironically, the fight over impeachment could finally ease the way for NAFTA’s successor. But time is running out.

A campaign sign for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is posted in front of his campaign bus outside a polling station on election day in Montreal on Oct. 21.

Trudeau Scrapes Through

A tough election night leaves Canada with a fractured Parliament.

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