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Canada's Trudeau scraps Barbados trip to try to resolve anti-pipeline protests

Reuters Monday, 17 February 2020
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has canceled his planned trip to Barbados to help resolve widespread rail disruptions caused by indigenous rights activists opposing the construction of a natural gas pipeline, his office said on Sunday.
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