In the news today, Dec. 7

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Six stories in the news for Thursday, Dec. 7 —— TRUDEAU DEPARTS CHINA WITHOUT TRADE DEAL Prime Minister Justin Trudeau departed China on Thursday without securing the start of free trade talks with the world’s second-largest economy, but said Canadians need to lower their expectations about just how quick that will happen. Trudeau said differences […]

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