Torrential rains have caused historic flooding in various regions of Canada. Homes are underwater and more than a thousand people have been evacuated.
Donald Trump is not very popular in Canada nor in the country's French-speaking province Quebec. So with the US president there for the G7 meeting, why were there no large protests against him?
The Canadian province is suffering from its highest floodwaters in decades. Authorities in Montreal have declared a state of emergency.
Ride-hailing service Uber has threatened to stop services in the Canadian province of Quebec from next month, saying it's pulling out to avoid following new regulations aimed at leveling the playing field with taxis.
Canada has sent a hundred soldiers to the US border to build a temporary camp for asylum applicants. The Trump administration's targeting of displaced people has led to thousands of unofficial crossings.
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