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Don’t go down ‘rabbit hole’ in Trade Committee’s study of new NAFTA implementation bill, warn trade experts

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NDP MP Daniel Blaikie says it's worth taking 'a little extra time' to understand the 'full implications' of the new NAFTA, as well as to look at how Canada can improve its internal international trade process.
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Plus, Tories have a mini critic shuffle after leadership candidates announce their runs, and Dominic LeBlanc is back in the House of Commons.
Bloc Québécois MP Stéphane Bergeron says he thinks motions put forward by the Conservatives show signs of a 'partisan temptation.'
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Plus, former NDP MP Nathan Cullen joins StrategyCorp, and Vincent Rigby named national security and intelligence adviser.
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Plus, Senator Mohamed-Iqbal Ravalia battles Newfoundland blizzard, and The Toronto Star's parliamentary bureau is moving to the Byward Market to join iPolitics.
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Iran's chief justice Ebrahim Raisi was part of a 'death commission' in 1988, during a period of political repression which saw thousands of dissidents executed.
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Some believe that Canada needs to engage globally including with countries that it doesn't agree with, but others say restoring diplomatic relations with Iran will be viewed as a reward.
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Plus, Marco Mendicino takes to the keys before a CBC interview, and former PMO spokesperson Justin Kingsley’s film Chaakapesh is coming to Ottawa.
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Plus, Lisa Raitt, Jane Philpott, and Megan Leslie to discuss modern leadership In Toronto on Jan. 20, and Jean Chrétien celebrates 86th birthday in the air.
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Trudeau's comments have underpinned Canada's interests-based foreign policy, says former diplomat Colin Robertson.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, former PC minister John Crosbie dies at 88, and Trudeau honours fallen Canadians at Parliament Hill vigil.
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Plus, Stephen Harper has been named to Order of Canada, and the feds have opened up online consultations for a new Afghanistan monument.
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There isn't much Canada can do to actively de-escalate the rising U.S.-Iran tensions with little leverage in the region, say experts.
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Chilean Trade Vice Minister Rodrigo Yañez says the World Economic Forum in Davos will be an 'important milestone' to measure the status of the WTO.
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Canada has yet to announce a pledged quick reaction force of 200. A spokesperson for Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says the 'appropriate mission' is in the process of being identified.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, NDP MP Charlie Angus pens a new tome, and Patrick Brazeau calls for the Senate to launch a suicide prevention study.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, the Burt Award for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Young Adult Literature shortlist announced, and Liberal MP Sean Fraser's newborn daughter dies.
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Conservative MP Erin O'Toole says his party hasn't decided if they will vote to implement the new NAFTA.
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Peter Kent says Canada's campaign for a seat on the UN Security Council is a 'possible, even, likely motivation' for a vote supporting a pro-Palestine, anti-Israel resolution last month in the UN General Assembly.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, former PM Stephen Harper was recently in Washington for an International Democrat Union forum, and a new book looks at the rise and fall of Newfoundland and Labrador's cod fishers.
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Plus, an orientation session for new MPs to meet Supreme Court chief justice, Privy Council clerk, and others, and Scott Brison named new Dalhousie chancellor.
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Long-term NATO mission will lead to greater chances of success stabilizing Iraqi security forces, says foreign policy experts.
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‘From a U.S. perspective, the relationship between the ambassador and the prime minister has to be extremely close,’ says Michael Kergin.
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Plus, Trudeau's plane in the repair shop, and Mark Carney named UN's envoy for climate finance.
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'Clear signals' will have to be given to the U.S. over who has jurisdiction for what, says former deputy prime minister John Manley.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Trudeau to mark 70 years of NATO, and controversial former MP and Nova Scotia premier Gerald Regan dies at 91.
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Plus, Tony Clement launches a podcast, and Trudeau shares fatherly advice in new book.
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Plus, Jean Chrétien makes rare West Block appearance, and CBC's Adrienne Arsenault to speak on The New Frontline.
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Former foreign affairs minister John Manley says Canada's global economic interests have taken a backseat to trumpeting Canadian values.
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Plus, CTV photojournalist Dave Ellis to retire after 34-year career, and an Abacus poll suggests only Stephen Harper is a more preferable Conservative leader than Andrew Scheer.
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'Anything is an improvement over what's going on right now,' says Liberal MP John McKay, who was parliamentary secretary to the defence minister from 2015 to 2017.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Maher's band Lowertown Riffraff dazzles crowd at South Block Whiskey Bar on Sparks Street, and former Hill scribe Dan Dugas to retire from public service.

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