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Past articles by Adrian:

For Haitian migrants in limbo, calls to close Roxham Road clash with Canada’s friendly image

Many have reacted with bemusement to word that Canadian politicians want to make it harder for migrants to enter by shutting down the irregular border crossing south of Montreal → Read More

Virginia school board bans The Handmaid’s Tale, 20 other books for being ‘sexually explicit’

Despite protests, board members unanimously approved a policy that prohibits any book with ‘sexually explicit content’ from the school system → Read More

White House says flying objects shot down could be ‘tied to some commercial or benign purpose’

John Kirby, spokesman for the National Security Council, said Tuesday that there is so far no evidence the three aircraft downed over the Arctic Ocean, Yukon’s boreal forest and Lake Huron were connected to international espionage → Read More

UFOs over North America: What we know about the flying objects shot down

Canada and the U.S. have given little information about the unidentified flying objects shot down this past weekend, but here’s what we do know → Read More

U.S. says it only recently discovered that China has been using spy balloons

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defends how a U.S. fighter jet – rather than a Canadian warplane – took down a mysterious flying object over Yukon on Saturday → Read More

Canada not part of U.S. probe into Chinese spy balloon, Defence Minister Anand says

Defence Minister says Ottawa has no insight on whether Chinese aircraft gathered any Canadian information before the U.S. shot it down → Read More

In State of Union, Biden pledges tougher Buy America rules and urges bipartisan co-operation

Biden’s address is certain to renew worries among Canadian companies of being further disadvantaged in the massive U.S. procurement market → Read More

Biden and Trump are facing a classified-documents investigation. Here’s how the cases compare

Much will turn on whether Biden and Trump took classified papers home by accident or deliberately → Read More

Mexico’s planned changes to electoral authority raise fears that country will become less democratic

A series of reforms by Andres Manuel Lopez Obrado meant to reduce the power of the Instituto Nacional Electoral and loosen elections rules has met more opposition than previous actions that drew accusations of autocracy → Read More

Why the U.S. media made the near-universal decision to show the Tyre Nichols video

One television host says it was necessary to show the footage, because it was rare to get such a clear look at police violence on camera → Read More

Hazel McCallion, Mississauga’s ‘Hurricane,’ rode the winds of public opinion

As mayor for 36 years, she read the changing moods of her city and transformed it, distinguishing herself as a master of realpolitik → Read More

Canada donates four Leopard battle tanks to Kyiv – less than 5 per cent of its inventory

Defence Minister Anita Anand said the size of Ottawa’s donation takes into consideration the need to maintain Canada’s readiness: leaving enough tanks for Canadian troops to train at home and to meet NATO commitments for deployments → Read More

U.S., Germany to send more than 100 tanks to Ukraine; Canada not yet committed to plan

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suggested he would announce something about further military aid for Ukraine in the near future → Read More

Canadian tech company’s platform will play key role in U.S. push for private refugee sponsorship

The U.S. refugee sponsorship program is not only influenced by Canada’s but involves a Canadian company → Read More

Canadian tech company’s platform will play key role in U.S. push for private refugee sponsorship

The U.S. refugee sponsorship program is not only influenced by Canada’s but involves a Canadian company → Read More

Venezuelan migrants left in limbo at U.S.-Mexico border eye path to Canada

Tens of thousands of migrants desperate to cross the U.S.-Mexico border have no idea if or when they will be allowed in. Some are looking northward → Read More

Is Ron DeSantis just Trump 2.0, or something else entirely? Republicans are anxious to find out

Observers say DeSantis is not as clueless as the ex-president, but can be just as ruthless. And he’s building momentum to be the GOP’s candidate in 2024 → Read More

Canada, U.S. reach workaround deal on Nexus application backlog, agree to missile deal for Ukraine

Canada to buy U.S.-built surface-to-air missiles for Ukraine, Biden to visit Canada in March → Read More

Biden to use summit meeting with Trudeau to push for security force in Haiti

White House national security adviser says the U.S. president would talk to Justin Trudeau about leading an effort to shore up Haiti’s national police → Read More

Three Amigos summit set to start against backdrop of political crises in Mexico

This week’s North American Leaders’ Summit is taking place amid mounting accusations of autocracy against the Mexican President → Read More