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Canadian, American officials optimistic on democracy despite 'concerning cocktail' of threats

Politicians on both sides of the border are expressing confidence that Canada and the United States can both continue to have a strong, friendly relationship and bolster the strength of their democracies, despite a series of threats arising from partisan division, frustration and economic unease.

CBC Radio's The House: ♫ We are family ♫

On this week’s show: U.S. Ambassador David Cohen kicks off a special episode on the Canada-U.S. relationship. Canadian senator Peter Boehm and the governor of New Jersey, Phil Murphy, discuss the state of democracy in both countries. Plus — Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland gives her take on the bilateral relationship and NORAD commander Gen. Glen VanHerck talks about efforts to modernize the continental air defence force.

Inside the chaos of the Assembly of First Nations national chief's office

The Assembly of First Nations is in unprecedented crisis with National Chief RoseAnne Archibald suspended and under external investigation. CBC News has reviewed documents and interviewed seven sources that paint the most detailed picture to date of the alleged dysfunction within the national chief's office.

NBA player calls out Trudeau for Canada's inaction on Uighur 'genocide'

NBA star and human rights campaigner Enes Kanter Freedom is frustrated with what he calls a lacklustre response from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to his calls for more action to help Uighur Muslims in China.


How a Canadian team solved a century-old mystery to lay WW I soldier to rest

Pte. John Lambert, a young soldier from Newfoundland who was killed during the First World War, has finally been laid to rest after a Canadian team uncovered his identity.

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