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2014/11/23 07:58
2014/11/23 07:58
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The Stephen Harper government is expected to announce Sunday that it will spend $200 million on improving mental health assistance to members of Canada’s military and its veterans, the Toronto Sun has...
2014/11/23 07:58
2014/11/23 07:58
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2014/11/22 13:29
2014/11/22 13:29
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For example, the OECD says increasing child-care spaces eases child poverty by enabling mothers to get a job (38.2 per cent of Ontario children cared for by single mothers are raised in a low-income...
2014/11/22 07:16
2014/11/22 07:16
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Greenspace won't help HUB grow In a time when all signs point to bolstering the population downtown as a revitalization tool, you have to wonder why a concept to make the property at Ninth Street and...
2014/11/22 02:57
2014/11/22 02:57
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As we near the close of the International Year of the Family Farm, it is worth reflecting on what has been learned. A host of groups, from the National Farmers Union and Food Secure Canada to the...
2014/11/21 21:39
2014/11/21 21:39
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Johanne Hébert, now 52, in a childhood photo: Her pregnant mother took a single thalidomide pill because she felt nauseous. Johanne Hébert survives an ordinary day at home through a series of...
2014/11/20 15:41
2014/11/20 15:41
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Canada has staked its future on the oil sands. In November, Report on Business magazine together with Thomson Reuters examine what that means both at home and abroad. Read more from the issue at...
2014/11/20 14:39
2014/11/20 14:39
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Veterans Affairs Canada has returned $1.13 billion to the federal treasury in unspent funds since the Conservatives came to power in 2006 — cash that critics say should have gone towards improved...
2014/11/20 13:28
2014/11/20 13:28
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Jim Ryan was raised by his grandmother and vowed he would look after her until the day she died. He, his wife Sharon and Grandma Edith Ryan, born in 1910, had lived happily under the same roof in...
2014/11/20 12:56
2014/11/20 12:56
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Overnight Media Digest * United States President Barack Obama will lay out sweeping changes to the immigration system in a speech, offering new protections to millions of people in the country...
2014/11/20 00:39
2014/11/20 00:39
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Monday was “a very good day for Australia,” Prime Minister Tony Abbott declared after reaching agreement on a free-trade deal with Beijing that, he said, “opens the doors to China” for his country’s...
2014/11/20 00:26
2014/11/20 00:26
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OTTAWA - The Harper government passed up conducting its own internal analysis on the job-creation potential of its $550-million small-business job credit, relying instead on numbers produced by an...
2014/11/19 15:28
2014/11/19 15:28
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Every time it gets unseasonably cold and someone says the chill is proof global warming isn’t happening, the climate alarmists shriek that one cold spell proves nothing. Of course the reverse is...
2014/11/18 22:26
2014/11/18 22:26
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OTTAWA - The Harper government is facing criticism for not spending enough money on family planning as it trumpets its twin aid priorities of improving maternal and child health and ending the forced...
2014/11/18 17:39
2014/11/18 17:39
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These are stories Report on Business is following Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014. Keystone vote could move dollarTo the oil patch, Keystone XL is a must. To environmentalists, it’s a filthy project. To...
2014/11/18 10:38
2014/11/18 10:38
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OTTAWA — Doubling the children's fitness tax credit. Check. Income splitting for couples with kids. Check. The Conservative government has been ticking off boxes recently beside its list of...
2014/11/18 04:26
2014/11/18 04:26
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OTTAWA - A pair of federal byelections today in what had been comfortable Conservative ridings offer challenges for both the Tories and the opposition parties. Voters in Whitby-Oshawa are looking to...
2014/11/18 00:26
2014/11/18 00:26
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OTTAWA - The Harper government is looking for ways to better use secret intelligence in court proceedings as a means of countering homegrown terrorism, says a senior federal official. The goal is to...
2014/11/17 13:15
2014/11/17 13:15
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A long-standing shell game at the federal Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Department has shifted scads of cash out of infrastructure spending to shore up budgets for First Nations social...
2014/11/16 22:26
2014/11/16 22:26
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, speaks as Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete, right, listens as they attend the Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Summit in Toronto on Wednesday, May 28, 2014....
2014/11/16 20:39
2014/11/16 20:39
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Gerald Caplan is an African scholar, former NDP national director and a regular panelist on CBC’s Power and Politics. There are lots of conservative groups in Canada that have been granted charitable...
2014/11/23 07:58
2014/11/23 07:58
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