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(Trump-Tariffs)

Canadian officials remain on edge as word comes out that the Trump administration is planning to impose tariffs on European steel and aluminum imports.

According to two people familiar with the plans -- who spoke on condition of anonymity -- an announcement is expected before Friday's imposed deadline unless the two sides are able to reach a last-minute agreement.

There is no word yet on whether Canada will be granted an extention of the standing exemption. (19)

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(Trans-Mountain) (Audio:P12)

The Liberal government's move to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline project to ensure its completion is prompting opponents to ask why a project like Energy East was allowed to be shuttered -- a sentiment echoed by at least one Liberal backbencher.

New Brunswick M-P Wayne Long says while he is thrilled with the Trans Mountain decision, he'd like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take another look at Energy East.

That project would have converted a natural gas pipeline to oil and extended it to New Brunswick, but TransCanada cancelled it last fall when faced with new federal regulations and lower oil prices. (19)

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(Alta-Abortion-Bill)

A bill that creates no-protest zones around abortion clinics has been passed by the Alberta legislature.

The new bill makes it illegal for protesters to go within 50 metres of an abortion clinic, take video or pictures, or harass staff and patients.

The opposition United Conservatives refused to debate the bill, walking out of the house 14 times. (19)

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(Churchill-Rail-Line) (Audio:172)

An agreement in principle has been reached to restore rail service to Churchill and revive the northern Manitoba-community's port. …

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