The new NAFTA comes into effect July 1: What it means for Canada

On July 1 the renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement comes into effect, three years after talks first began to rework the trilateral trade agreement between Canada, the United States, and Mexico. The new trade pact brings with it a series of changes to several sectors.
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'I love you forever,' Carpentier girls' grieving mother says
The mother of two young Quebec girls found dead following an Amber Alert last week delivered a tearful tribute to her “princesses of love” Monday as police continued to hunt for their father, who is suspected of abducting them.
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Still as feisty as ever, Lowry admits absence from basketball changed him for the better
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Edmonton dog lover commits to trimming down another ‘morbidly obese’ abandoned dog
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Susan Delacourt: Justin Trudeau says he's sorry for the WE scandal. Why won't he explain how it happened?
While the prime minister’s apology may have slightly cooled the ethics uproar that’s erupted in the midst of this pandemic, it won’t make the problem go away, Susan Delacourt writes. | Toronto Star | Canada's...
The Maple Leafs get down to serious business — before the hockey starts to get real
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‘He was larger than life.’ Billionaire philanthropist Ignat Kaneff remembered as hard worker who started with nothing
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MCCARTHY: Inside Canadian PGA Tour coach’s 50-day journey
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‘Costco Ken’ tries to defend himself and set record straight
A man who recently went viral after screaming at another customer during a row about face masks at a Florida Costco wants another chance. Daniel Maples was recorded yelling: “I feel threatened!” and “Back up! Threaten me again!” while walking toward a person recording the video on June 27 at the Gulf Coast Town Center […]
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‘They were given 20 years’ — TTC warns it will be hard to hit 2025 target to make the subway accessible
The transit agency in particular highlighted significant obstacles at Islington and Warden stations. | Toronto Star | Canada's...
Coronavirus still keeping many Nova Scotia sports competitions on the bench
Baseball Nova Scotia is waiting on approval for phase two of their return to play plan, which would allow for leagues to organize some games.
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Oshawa, Ont., homelessness activist pushes back against city’s private security hiring
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Toronto Star Virtual Subscriber Events: How do we create a fairer, more equitable society?
Our panel of journalists will answer subscriber questions about The Great Re|Vision topic through the lens of Justice. | Toronto Star | Canada's...
Ubisoft Montreal employees encouraged by sweeping management changes
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The science of denial
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TRAIKOS: Maple Leafs need Matthews at his post-COVID best
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Possible COVID-19 case shuts down Oliver town hall
The town's chief administrative officer said she made the decision to close first thing Monday morning after a staff member reported feeling unwell.
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The B.C. river where salmon are whisked to safety in a giant pressurized tube
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Is the electric car right for you? Everything you should know before switching gears
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In astounding test, scientists revive damaged lungs for transplant
Lungs deemed too far gone for transplant were revived by researchers at Columbia and Vanderbilt. They put each lung in a plastic box and attached it to a respirator so it could “breathe.” Then they connected each lung to a large vein in the neck of a live pig. | Toronto Star | Canada's...
Kenney says federal government told Apple, Google not to work with Alberta on contract tracing apps
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PGA Tour announces no fans for rest of season
The PGA Tour announced on Monday that there will be no fans at any tournaments for the rest of the 2019/20 season. This week’s Memorial Tournament was originally supposed to be the first event to welcome back spectators, but that plan went out the window as U.S. COVID-19 cases continued to surge. Tiger Woods makes […]
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What the Puck: Bergevin reveals little about COVID-19 impact on Habs
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What you can do in Stage 3
Stage 3 Permitted (Max. 50 people inside/100 outside) Dine in at restaurants, bars Bingo halls Real estate open houses Gyms, fitness centres Concerts, festivals, sporting, racing events Weddings, funerals Convention centres, meeting places Movie theatres All workplaces and public spaces not specifically exempted Not Permitted Drinking standing up in bars Dancing and singing in bars […]
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‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera found dead at California lake
The body was discovered five days after the 33-year-old Rivera disappeared on Lake Piru, where her son was found July 8 alone a few hours later on a boat the two had rented. | Toronto Star | Canada's...
Cause, damage estimate unknown in fire at vacant Richmond Street home: London fire officials
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‘Major step’ announced to increase broadband internet in Simcoe County
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Child killed in New York latest horror story of U.S. gun violence
A toddler was shot dead at a summer barbecue in Brooklyn on Sunday night. The 22-month-old boy, identified as Davell Gardner Jr., was in his stroller at the time. Three men fired more than 20 rounds into the gathering, shooting the child in the stomach where he sat and also wounding three adults who are […]
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Naya Rivera’s body found in California lake, police confirm
Naya Rivera's four-year-old son was found on a boat wearing a life-jacket late Wednesday, and the actor's identification was also found on the vessel.
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Trump distorts America’s constitution when he shamelessly pardons a friend
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Coronavirus: Sylvan Lake officials to meet with province after weekend of crowded beaches
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Despite request from Pride London, police will raise Pride flag at HQ
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Minnedosa woman hopes disaster financial relief program can help flood-affected neighbours
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Coronavirus: Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre role as emergency shelter ending soon
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Prince Edward Island man charged after fatal boat collision two years ago
Clarence Barry White is charged with two counts of criminal negligence causing death, and two counts of failing to keep lookout, under the Canada Shipping Act.
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Inclusive Literature initiative looks to provide more diversity in Calgary’s elementary schools
A new initiative spurred by the Black Lives Matter movement is looking to introduce reading materials that better represent people of colour to elementary students in Calgary.
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Should masks be mandatory in Atlantic Canada during COVID-19?
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Coronavirus: Air Canada passengers from Kelowna to Vancouver should monitor for symptoms
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Canadians with disabilities, chronic health conditions feel left behind by pandemic
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Rick Zamperin: Auston Matthews’ positive coronavirus test shows why NHL bubble is important
Keeping a lid on the number of coronavirus infections in Phase 3 of the NHL's return to play plan will be critical when the league moves to the hub cities of Toronto and Edmonton later this month.
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