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2015/01/30 23:24
2015/01/30 23:24
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Untapped benefits await First Nations that forge ahead with economic partnerships, according to local MP Mark Strahl, speaking in Vancouver this week. "Canada's mining industry is an important...
2015/01/30 23:24
2015/01/30 23:24
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2015/01/30 18:39
2015/01/30 18:39
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People who encourage terrorism attacks, even if they don’t counsel a specific act, could face up to five years in prison under new legislation the federal government wants to pass into law. For...
2015/01/30 14:39
2015/01/30 14:39
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Parliament in 2008. (Chris Wattie/Reuters) Feb. 6 marks nine years since Stephen Harper was sworn in as Prime Minister. We'll be taking a look at his record and how...
2015/01/30 13:16
2015/01/30 13:16
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Edward Snowshoe was a 24-year-old prisoner at Edmonton’s maximum security prison when he hanged himself. He had been at Stony Mountain Institution first and was then transferred. His time behind bars...
2015/01/29 11:39
2015/01/29 11:39
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The Harper government spent more than $180,000 last year to run the office of a corporate social responsibility counsellor for the Canadian mining industry – even though there was no counsellor. The...
2015/01/29 00:39
2015/01/29 00:39
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A Montreal teenager facing two terrorism-related charges linked to a robbery will have a trial date set next month. The 15-year-old appeared Wednesday in youth court, where his lawyer was granted a...
2015/01/28 22:59
2015/01/28 22:59
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OTTAWA — Kurdish forces have asked Canada for weapons, including armoured vehicles, to battle ISIS terrorists, but the Harper government declined to say Wednesday whether it would grant the...
2015/01/26 20:27
2015/01/26 20:27
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By Murray Brewster THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA—International Trade minister Ed Fast arrived in Kyiv yesterday for two days of meetings as fighting intensifies between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian...
2015/01/26 00:58
2015/01/26 00:58
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It's the third period. The fourth quarter. The home stretch. Whatever cliche you prefer, federal politics has taken on the feel of a high-profile sporting event as MPs return to the House of Commons...
2015/01/24 18:55
2015/01/24 18:55
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Jo-Ann Roberts: 'Overarching all the issues in this election, I would think, is how we are going to approach the future of our climate and our environment.' Photo by Andrew MacLeod. The former host...
2015/01/24 10:15
2015/01/24 10:15
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CentreVenture review may have local implications As the land deal for a hotel near Winnipeg’s Convention Centre begins to unravel, some of the overarching implications of an impending CentreVenture...
2015/01/24 02:39
2015/01/24 02:39
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The Canadian government is making plans to welcome a high-ranking member of the Saudi Royal Family to Ottawa, the latest chapter in a complicated relationship that has seen Riyadh roil oil markets...
2015/01/23 19:40
2015/01/23 19:40
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Bruce Anderson is the chairman of polling firm Abacus Data, a regular member of CBC The National’s “At Issue” panel and a founding partner of i2 Ideas and Issues Advertising.He has done polls for...
2015/01/22 19:39
2015/01/22 19:39
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First, a thought on the Bank of Canada’s rate cut Wednesday. And then, straight into an argument about how the Stephen Harper government appears intent on making Stephen Poloz’s job more difficult...
2015/01/22 00:45
2015/01/22 00:45
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The latest plunge in the loonie is making cross-border shopping and travel to the U.S. even more expensive. The Canadian dollar dove from more than 83 cents U.S. to a low of 80.7 in trading Wednesday...
2015/01/21 23:29
2015/01/21 23:29
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In one case, the Harper government went all-out to sell made-in-London military vehicles to Saudi Arabia, ignoring rules that prohibit arms sales to human rights abusers (four years ago, the Saudis...
2015/01/21 20:49
2015/01/21 20:49
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Duluth, MN, December 18, 2014— Today the Superior Man Triathlon launched 2015 registration with a new VIP+ Package add-on giving athletes the ability to protect their investment along with a number of...
2015/01/21 13:16
2015/01/21 13:16
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Manitoba NDP leadership candidate Theresa Oswald has jumped on Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s pension bandwagon, arguing a provincial pension is needed to keep people from poverty in their old age....
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2015/01/21 10:39
2015/01/21 10:39
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The Canadian government is refusing to say whether it obtained assurances that light armoured vehicles being sold to Saudi Arabia in a massive $15-billion deal would not be used against the Saudi...
2015/01/21 04:39
2015/01/21 04:39
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Justin Trudeau is casting his refusal to be pinned down on economic policy as a sign he’s more prudent and fiscally responsible — and even more prime ministerial — than Stephen Harper, whom he accuses...
2015/01/30 23:24
2015/01/30 23:24
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