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2014/10/30 00:41
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The Harper government will announce an income-splitting tax break for Canadian parents Thursday, sources say. Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Finance Minister Joe Oliver are scheduled to make the...
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2014/10/29 11:39
2014/10/29 11:39
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Everything about Alberta’s oil sands is huge–from the sheer scale of the 170-billion-barrel resource in the ground, to the two-storey trucks that haul bitumen ore in the mines, to the $30-billion per...
2014/10/28 22:21
2014/10/28 22:21
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OTTAWA — Canada's budget watchdog says the Harper government is $470 million short on its budget to build six Arctic patrol ships. The Harper government has set aside $2.8 billion to build the six...
2014/10/28 20:55
2014/10/28 20:55
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Is Jian Ghomeshi's BDSM scandal really about BDSM at all? [Editor's note: This piece first appeared on Sex Geek, and The Tyee republishes it here with permission.] There's a scandal breaking in...
2014/10/28 12:16
2014/10/28 12:16
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The two military deaths this past week demonstrate how vulnerable all of us are. Canadians support all of our men and women in uniform, both to protect as well as to keep the peace. Politics of fear...
2014/10/27 23:07
2014/10/27 23:07
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OTTAWA - The federal public safety minister is warning that it's time to stop "under-reacting" to the threat of terrorism. Steven Blaney's unusual caution in the House of Commons begins to hint at...
2014/10/27 15:40
2014/10/27 15:40
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A bill expanding the powers of Canada’s spy agency will be tabled Monday afternoon, the government says. The proposed law from Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney comes as Canada also considers...
2014/10/27 03:39
2014/10/27 03:39
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When Justin Bourque appears in court Monday, he faces the harshest sentence since the death penalty was abolished for fatally shooting three Mounties and wounding two others in Moncton in early...
2014/10/26 21:39
2014/10/26 21:39
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The father of Martin Couture-Rouleau says Ottawa needs to strengthen its security laws to deal with cases like his troubled son, a 25-year-old who fell under the influence of radical Islam and killed...
2014/10/26 20:16
2014/10/26 20:16
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Below this leading article in today's Daily News we carry a Point of View about the measures taken by the Stephen Harper government in Canada to combat terrorism after the attack on the Canadian...
2014/10/26 17:26
2014/10/26 17:26
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Somehow, for so many, Canada seemed beyond the reach, or even interest, of Islamic extremist terrorists. We sat secure and perhaps just a little smug behind our porous borders, and offered sympathy...
2014/10/25 09:55
2014/10/25 09:55
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Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was a homeless, mentally ill drug addict and not part of a well-resourced terrorist cell. Canada and the world were shocked this week by the brazen shooting of a Canadian soldier...
2014/10/25 06:17
2014/10/25 06:17
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Chrest taking reins at tumultuous time Well, nobody ever said it would be easy. As the dust settles from Wednesday’s municipal election, Rick Chrest will trade offices from his west-end business to...
2014/10/24 22:08
2014/10/24 22:08
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OTTAWA - This week's traumatic shootout on Parliament Hill has prompted the Harper government to put off debate on a controversial gun bill. Debate on Bill C-42 had been scheduled to take place in...
2014/10/24 03:53
2014/10/24 03:53
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The safest country in the world is no longer a safe place and many Canadians will be asking today whether this is because the Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper pushed Canada into joining the...
2014/10/23 23:55
2014/10/23 23:55
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Roland Paris, a professor at University of Ottawa, says the climate of fear following an attack is bad for deciding 'the balance between civil liberties and security.' A security expert says...
2014/10/23 23:25
2014/10/23 23:25
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Norfolk’s Police Services Board has weighed in on a court challenge to Canadian laws governing legal marijuana production. Peter Hellyer of Simcoe, chair of the Norfolk PSB, will write a letter to...
2014/10/23 20:39
2014/10/23 20:39
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The White House signalled its satisfaction Thursday with existing Canada-U.S counter-terrorism co-operation, brushing off suggestions that the terrorist attack in Ottawa should prompt tougher controls...
2014/10/23 20:24
2014/10/23 20:24
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By Bruce Cheadle THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA—The Harper government has launched a $4-million national ad campaign celebrating the fathers of Confederation and a country that has become “strong, proud,...
2014/10/23 19:40
2014/10/23 19:40
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... the story "Too soon: Should Torquil Campbell have criticized Stephen Harper during the shootings?" on Storify]Too soon: Should Torquil Campbell have criticized Stephen Harper during the...
2014/10/30 00:41
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