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Christinne Muschi

Haitian asylum seekers, fearing U.S. deportation, pour into Canada

Aug 04 2017

HEMMINGFORD, Quebec Hundreds of Haitians are streaming across the U.S. border into Canada, fearing deportation by U.S. President Donald Trump, according to aid workers and Quebec officials who have opened Montreal's Olympic Stadium to help process the influx. | Video

FBI says probing Michigan airport stabbing as 'act of terrorism'

Jun 22 2017

DETROIT/MONTREAL The Federal Bureau of Investigation said on Wednesday it was investigating as an act of terrorism the stabbing of a police officer inside the main terminal of a small airport in Flint, Michigan. | Video

'I need to be safe' - Crossing into Canada from the U.S.

Mar 22 2017

HEMMINGFORD, Quebec A Sudanese man hopped out of a taxi just before daybreak, a duffle bag slung over his shoulder as he headed for the U.S. - Canadian border.

Eight people flee U.S. border patrol to seek asylum in Canada

Feb 18 2017

(This version of the Feb. 17 story corrects the headline and first paragraph to eight people from nine) | Video

Nine people flee U.S. border patrol to seek asylum in Canada

Feb 17 2017

CHAMPLAIN, N.Y. Nine asylum-seekers, including four children, barely made it across the Canadian border on Friday as a U.S. border patrol officer tried to stop them and a Reuters photographer captured the scene.

The art of becoming Santa

Nov 18 2016

MIDLAND, MICHIGAN Randy Schneider has considered himself a professional Santa since 1999 when he found himself at a JCPenney store buying a beard and boots.

Montreal begins controversial sewage dump into St. Lawrence River

Nov 11 2015

MONTREAL Montreal, Canada's second-largest city, began dumping untreated sewage into the St. Lawrence River on Wednesday, angering environmentalists with a repair operation that could release as much as 8 billion liters (2.1 billion gallons) of wastewater into a major waterway. | Video

Montreal begins huge, controversial sewage dump into St. Lawrence River

Nov 11 2015

MONTREAL, Nov 11 The Canadian city of Montreal began a controversial dump of untreated sewage into the St. Lawrence River early on Wednesday, angering environmentalists with a repair operation that could release as much as 8 billion liters (2.1 billion gallons) of wastewater into a major waterway.

Funeral held for soldier killed in Quebec car attack

Nov 01 2014

LONGUEUIL Quebec Mourners including Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid respects in Quebec on Saturday at the second of two funerals for soldiers killed in attacks police said were carried out independently by radical recent converts to Islam.

Funeral held for soldier killed in Quebec car attack

Nov 01 2014

LONGUEUIL Quebec Mourners including Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid respects in Quebec on Saturday at the second of two funerals for soldiers killed in attacks police said were carried out independently by radical recent converts to Islam.

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