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Canada’s public sector pension board invested US$4.7 million last year in companies that operate immigrant detention centres.
The former president's second impeachment trial begins in the Senate on Tuesday.
A fear of retaliation against Canada previously restrained the process.
The actor, a dual citizen, did not mince words.
A new U.S. president is in the Oval Office but the same protectionist policies will likely remain.
He called for national unity as Donald Trump's rocky presidency came to an end.
The U.S. president granted clemency to 143 names just hours before his tenure in the White House ends.
First ladies have welcomed each other for more than a century.
The late Canadian "Jeopardy!" host is part of a wide-ranging list of figures.
The prime minister said “extremists will not succeed in overruling the will of the people.”