Canada bans Boeing 737 Max flights

Canada’s transport minister says the country is closing air space to the Boeing 737 Max 8 jet following the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner that killed 157 people. (March 13)

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Trudeau: I take lessons from Cabinet scandal

Justin Trudeau says he has taken many lessons from a Cabinet controversy that has shaken Canada’s government in an election year, but the prime minister isn’t apologizing. (March 7)

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Lawyer: Charges against Huawei exec are political

The lawyer for a senior executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei arrested in Canada said comments by U.S. President Trump suggest the case against her is politically motivated. (March 6)

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What Venezuelan Expats Think About The Country’s Political Crisis

More than 3.4 million people have fled Venezuela since 2014. Those who remain grapple with food and medicine shortages as President Nicolás Maduro refuses to give up his authoritarian regime and let humanitarian aid into the country.

In January, Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaidó challenged Maduro and declared himself interim president, as Venezuela’s constitution allows the head of National Assembly party to do. Once unknown, the 35-year-old has now gained the support of many Venezuelans and 65 foreign countries, including the U.S., Canada and U.K. He returned to Venezuela Monday after a trip abroad to rally support from the international community.

Venezuelans expats, however, appear split on how Guaidó should use his role as interim president — and whether he should support U.S. involvement in the conflict.

“What is happening in Venezuela is affecting all the region,” Alejandra Escobar, 38, said. ”U.S. needs to take a leading role in this, not just because it’s the strategic thing to do, but because it’s a moral issue.”

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Video game warriors battle it out in Poland

Canada’s NRG Zayt and American Ghost SAF take home $40,000 each after winning the ESL Fortnite tournament in Katowice, Poland, which saw competition between the 200 best players on the planet.

“Yellow vest” activists rally in pro-pipeline protest in Canada

“Yellow vest” activists rally in front of Canada’s parliament in protest at government curbs on a pipeline construction. They were joining a convoy of big trucks from Canada’s oil producing regions who rolled into Ottawa.

Venezuelan minister: EU support for Guaido ‘does not affect us’

Venezuelan government supporters hold a rally in front of the country’s foreign ministry, where a top diplomat dismisses EU support for opposition leader Juan Guaido. Guiado has received backing from France, Germany and the UK, as well as the US and Canada.