Minnesotans Question, Praise Trump Drug Import PlanMinnesota residents are praising and questioning the Trump administration's plan to allow the importation of cheaper prescription drugs from Canada.
U.S. To Set Up Plan Allowing Prescription Meds From CanadaLong-available drugs like insulin have seen price serial increases that forced some people with diabetes to ration their own doses.
U.S., Canada Discuss Cooperation On Stopping Asian CarpU.S. states and Canadian provinces in the Great Lakes region are looking for ways to cooperate on preventing Asian carp from reaching Lake Michigan.
MN Lawmakers, Others Along Northern Border Want Grain Rules AddressedRepublican senators along the northern U.S. border are asking officials to address grain in the trade deal with Canada and Mexico.
Officials Say Relief On The Way From Smoke Due To WildfiresA smoky haze continues to hamper many areas in northwestern Minnesota and eastern North Dakota as a result of the wildfires in Canada.
'It's A Life Or Death Issue': Caravan Heads To Canada For Cheaper InsulinWhen they arrive Saturday, the passengers will head to a pharmacy where they can purchase insulin over the counter at a fraction of the U.S. price.
Facebook's CEO & COO Face Subpoena From Canadian ParliamentCanada is now the second country to which Zuckerberg cannot travel without expecting to be immediately summoned to appear before government officials.
New Petition: Give Northwest Angle Of Minnesota Back To Canada A new petition calls on Congress to give the Northwest Angle of Minnesota back to Canada. The initiative was submitted to the White House's petitions page on Sunday, but the issue has been debated over for decades.
New Radio Telescope Picks Up Mysterious Signal From SpaceA new radio telescope in Canada is picking up mysterious signals from deep space known as "fast radio bursts" (FRBs).
Man Changes Gender On Government ID To Get Cheaper Car InsuranceA man in Canada has found an inventive way to cut his car insurance by over $1,000 a year: he's officially become a woman.
O Canna-Bis! US Marijuana Companies Go Public In CanadaIn recent months, prominent U.S. pot companies have listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange, raising capital and drawing attention from wealthy investors in Asia, Europe and Australia who want to make a play in the cannabis industry but are spooked by the U.S. federal prohibition.