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Opposition MPs call on China to respect the ‘one country, two systems’ agreement

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Conservative MP Erin O'Toole says the silence of the Trudeau government has been 'very, very disconcerting.'
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The British recruited Canada's current G20 sherpa and former ambassador to the WTO to be its chief trade negotiator, according to three sources.
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Plus, the People's Party leader is ruled out of debates by commission, for now; and former NDP leader Thomas Mulcair to write for Postmedia Sun newspapers.
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David MacNaughton 'made it a priority' to understand who the key U.S. influencers were and which Canadian would be best to deliver the message, says former PMO Canada-U.S. war room staffer Diamond Isinger.
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Plus, The Globe and Mail hires two to parliamentary bureau, and Mark Critch gets hitched to Melissa Royle.
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Rideau Potomac Strategy Group's Eric Miller says 'a number' of Canadians have been offered positions on the British team, but turned them down due to the inadequate salary being offered.
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Plus, Veteran Liberal MP Denis Paradis won't seek re-election, and Trudeau, Singh, May walk in the Vancouver Pride Parade, while Scheer is absent.
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Plus, new associate deputy ministers named for foreign affairs and public safety, and Canadians are split over if they think Trump will get re-elected, a new poll suggests.
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Plus, Grassy Narrows Chief Rudy Turtle to run on the NDP ticket, and Ottawa-area Tory candidate Mike Lalonde drops out of election citing health concerns.
The NDP’s defence critic says he ‘believes it’s possible' for the winning jets to be built at home, but one expert says the government risks picking a ‘sub-optimal’ plane if it goes for a cheaper, made-in-Canada option.
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Access to Canada's supply managed dairy sector remained a sticking point in exploratory trade talks between Canada and Britain, says Jason Langrish.
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U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order restricting foreign steel components in U.S. federal procurement projects will come into force in six months.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Jody Wilson-Raybould to publish memoir ahead of election, and former Ontario cabinet minister David Caplan dies at 54.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, The Canadian Press, APTN name new bosses, and comedian Tom Green to hold Château Laurier protest.
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Premiers' attack on carbon tax help entrench the Tory base support, but has yet to wield large support from swing voters.
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Plus, House Speaker Geoff Regan cycling to raise MS research funds, and Russell Mirasty sworn in as Saskatchewan's first Indigenous lieutenant-governor.
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Conservative and NDP MPs say chief of defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance was 'following orders' coming from the PMO and the defence minister.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, Rosemarie Falk welcomes a baby, and Amita Kuttner revealed as the Green Party's science and innovation critic.
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Global Affairs says Canada's priority in engagement with Iran is the case of Maryam Mombeini who has not been able to leave Iran since March of 2018 following the death of her imprisoned husband.
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Plus, Tories flip pancakes, don ten-gallon hats at Calgary Stampede; Conservative react with furor to professor's 'classist' tweet; and former NDP MP John Rafferty has died at 65.
Plus, former president George W. Bush's portraits are among the many exhibitions coming to the capital over the next few months.
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Plus, Kelly Craft is accused of being an ambassador in absentia, and CSIS wins the Information Commissioner’s Award.
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A spokesperson for the Romanian Ministry of Defence said the Romania won't start its Mali peacekeeping mission until Oct. 15.
Feature|By Neil Moss
Plus, another two rookie Liberal MPs will not run in October election, and a poll suggests Trudeau would make the best U.S. president among all foreign leaders.
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The Canadian government's commitment to peacekeeping weakened following the removal of Stéphane Dion as foreign affairs minister, says former adviser Jocelyn Coulon.
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The House of Commons International Trade Committee will have a pre-study on June 18 to hear from between 12 and 15 witnesses in preparation for the possibility that the committee will review Bill C-100 in the summer.
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Plus, a Tory candidate pours water on her head, and the 'free Willy' bill will end whale and dolphin captivity.
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Forum Research's interactive voice response telephone poll is based on 1,633 randomly selected responses from May 31 to June 2. It has a margin of error of three per cent 19 times out of 20.
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Plus, a Toronto-area Conservative candidate wants to move election date away from a Jewish holiday, and NDP MP Christine Moore will not run for re-election.
The Senate won’t ‘stand in the way’ of the ratification of the new NAFTA, says Conservative Senate Whip Don Plett.
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Plus, social media is fuming over the latest Chateau Laurier addition plans, and Pierre Poilievre turns 40 and gets thrown out of a plane.

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